Readers write in about the black middle class, and food parcels.
The large crowd sang songs in praise of Zuma as he arrived to speak in Port Elizabeth about the Operation Phakisa economy project.
South Africa remains on track to meet the energy efficiency targets set under our 2005 strategy.
Public opinion is against lion hunting, says the president of SA's Hunters' Association, and changes must be made for a more acceptable policy.
Despite more resources provided to curb the soaring number of rhino poaching, South Africa has seen an increase this year compared to last year.
The M&G should not allow itself to be used ... to fight narrow factional battles, with information drip-fed to journalists.
Misappropriation in a fund meant to hold proceeds of ivory sale could stymie plans to legally sell rhino horn, writes Sipho Kings.
Environmental NGOs write an open letter to the Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.
The government’s climate policy is on track, contrary to the critics who misunderstand the realities of governance, writes Minister Edna Molewa.
The environment minister has cut funds to monitor climate change and contraventions, showing her tendency to collaborate with corporate power.
Over R600-billion is needed over the next decade to fix poor infrastructure and extend coverage – but less than half of this is available.
Approximately 70% of the gross domestic product of South Africa is supported by water from the Limpopo, Inkomati, Pongola and Orange Rivers.
Three people have died after a stand-off between police and demonstrators in Mothutlung. But residents say cops opened fire on them without warning.
The water and environmental affairs minister has vowed to return running water to residents of Mothotlung by the end of the week.
Sylvia Lucas, Edna Molewa and Thulas Nxesi are on a shopping spree. They clearly didn't get the memo from Pravin about trimming the fat.
Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa is under fire for pushing cronies, including radio and TV celebs, into key posts.
Experts say that proposed changes to policy require extensive discussions about competing demands.