The extreme heatwaves that recently swept across Europe, the US and Japan are a reminder that climate change is upon us.

The chronic flooding events in KwaZulu-Natal in April and May, and the drought in the Eastern Cape, following so recently after the Western Cape drought between 2015-17, are indications that SA is also experiencing the destructive force of climate change...

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