The privately-owned Aquila Game Reserve and Spa has been honoured with the world’s most prestigious International Sustainable Tourism Award for a Major Tourist Attraction.
The Bo-Kaap Community Garden, located in Leeuwen Street, Cape Town is an initiative started by residents.
We’ll soon be able to rent an electric scooter and zip around Cape Town.
Drive a car with no equal: the status-quo-destroying, hypercar fast, emission-free all-electric Porsche Taycan.
For every bamboo plant that is cut down to make a bike, Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative plants 10 more.
The fashion industry is the world’s second biggest contributor to pollution and climate change.
It’s so much easier than you might think.
Waste not, want not: This forward-thinking plan for the country’s first official “plastic road” could lead the way for the rest of South Africa.
A compiled list of environmentally-friendly alternatives to wean you off your old, single-use products.
Thanks to James Delaney and other volunteers, The Wilds has become a restorative space for residents of the inner city and suburbs in Johannesburg.
Wow! A 2.7% increase in the last three days. That is some going, even by the high standards of the recovering Cape Town dams.
Only one of seven ‘alternative water sources’ developments is set to be completed on time
With Cape Town and the Western Cape in the grip of the drought of the century and hurtling towards another parched summer, it’s a good idea to save what you can – and quickly.
This lighthearted water saving video is doing the rounds again, but we’re viewing it in a more serious light during the Western Cape drought.
That’s right, a new power plant that converts solid waste into energy is opening in Athlone and it’s the first of its kind on the continent.
You can save big and still have a life!
Powerfully simple, socially relevant and glamorously trendy, this South African product was brought into existence when rolling blackouts became a regular occurrence in 2008.
Rogz Urban Farm creates sustainable food for their workers and the neighbouring community by growing vegetables on the pavements that surround the factory in Montague Gardens.
The Scandinavian country’s clean energy generation capacity is so efficient; they were able to export electricity to Germany, Norway and Sweden as they exceeded their own need.