Keeping river catchments clear of alien vegetation is vital in water-stressed South Africa, and can deliver real human benefits along the way, writes Andrea Weiss of WWF South Africa.
Even though Cape Town has pushed back Day Zero, Busani Moyo says there are still many reasons to be concerned about the future.
What will it take for South Africa to become an R&D and manufacturing leader in the world of renewable energy? By James Francis.
Hasmita Amtha discovers how to get off the grid and be more energy-efficient at home.
As of January next year, South African businesses will be subject to a carbon tax on emissions generated. Adam Oxford talks to Candice Gibson to find out what that means.
When it comes to sustainable environmental initiatives, partnership is the name of the game, writes Mandy Collins.
Smart homes aren’t just useful – they have technology that helps your wallet and the planet. Megan Ellis looks at a selection of green smart devices.
The mayors of Cape Town, Durban, Tshwane and Johannesburg have committed to ensuring that all new buildings are “zero net carbon” designs. Georgina Guedes investigates what that means.
The REIPPP programme could provide a much-needed boost to the economy, writes Delia du Toit.
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Is the current preoccupation with load-shedding keeping South Africans in the dark about our next looming crisis? Asks Gillian Klawansky.
White kidney beans are among the best foods for helping you lose weight due to their low fat, high fibre content, which leaves you feeling full for longer and keeps food cravings at bay.