SA should start planning for additional nuclear capacity now, says Gwede Mantashe

The mineral resources and energy minister insists SA will acquire nuclear at 'a price, pace and scale that it can afford'

Scientists call for global action on air pollution

SA’s science academy joins international peers in push for moves to limit life-threatening emissions

Elephants are under threat, but managing them is still a handful

An elephant summit, that may look at allowing elephant hunting, hopes to establish a common pachyderm policy in Southern Africa

Local researchers are gaming government’s subsidy system

Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology says if left unfettered, these practices threaten the integrity of SA research

Western Cape schools in solar energy push

Blockchain company Sun Exchange is in talks with provincial education department to supply renewable power to eight schools

Cleaning up the Cape: mayor gives extra R115m to Keep Cape Town Clean campaign

SPONSORED | City of Cape Town launches renewed city-wide clean-up campaign

New committee to review policy on rhino horn, including legal trade

The advisory committee will look into existing policies and practices related to the management of elephant, lion, leopard and rhinoceros 

WATCH: Why agriculture could be the next Eskom

FNB Agri-Business senior agricultural economist Paul Makube talks to Business Day TV about the threats facing the agricultural sector

Threatened Lesser Flamingos at death’s door as Kamfers Dam dries up

‘It’s really a miracle that of the first 900 chicks relocated, only one of them died. These chicks have a zest for life and they are fighting to survive,’ says ...

SA scientists say pollution links Greenpeace made about Mpumalanga are incorrect

But Greenpeace Africa’s Melita Steele says regardless of whether SA is the worst or the tenth worst NO2 polluter, it is clear there is a serious problem

SA joins International Energy Agency fold

As an association member, SA can participate in various IEA activities in a nonbinding manner, while member countries are required, for example, to comply with ...

Extra allocation from Treasury a boost for iThemba LABS

An extra R167.9m in new money will help overhaul its infrastructure

Villagers win landmark case against mining company

A small group of 38 villagers challenge a mining company, of which they are also part, against mining platinum on their land, and win this battle in the ...

How a lost African city was recreated with laser technology

The builders of the stone-walled structures occupied this area from the 15th century ACE until the second half of the 1800s

Lack of funding holds back plans for cattle vaccine

The economy would lose about R6bn a year if SA loses its foot and mouth disease-free status

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