The government is confident it will be able to secure more funding from developed countries to support its R1.5-trillion climate-change linked development plans.

Environment, forestry & fisheries minister Barbara Creecy briefed the media on Tuesday on some of the important outcomes for SA and other African countries at the UN’s COP27 climate conference that concluded over the weekend in Egypt...

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