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Chris Gilili

Climate crisis drives extreme heat in North America

The chance of temperatures in the Pacific Northwest region coming close to 50°C has increased at least 150-fold since the end of the 19th century

FoodForward SA to resume operations on Friday after R8m worth of losses from looting and vandalism

The organisation serves 1 250 registered organisations around South Africa, including old age homes, homeless people shelters, centres for abused women, orphanages and healthcare facilities, providing food for 650 000 people daily

Looting, vandalism: ‘I don’t know how I am going to survive,’ says Diepkloof street vendor

People plundering shops and malls has spread, leaving a trail of devastation and loss of income and jobs

Soweto businesses vandalised, robbed as looting and violence spreads

The pillaging and destruction, which started in KwaZulu-Natal in reaction to former president Jacob Zuma’s incarceration, has been hijacked by residents and non-ANC members

Looting, burning spreads from KZN into Johannesburg as pro-Zuma protests turn violent

The violence comes in the wake of protests last Friday when Zuma’s supporters went on the streets in KZN

Alexandra residents’ basic human rights were violated, says the Human Rights Commission

An investigation found that the City of Johannesburg had not provided sufficient municipal services

Sanctuary for sister tigers saved from circus

The tigers were airlifted from Guatemala and placed in a wildlife sanctuary in the Free State

Covid-19 pandemic hurts African farmers’ production, income and food security

Forum urges African governments to enable fair policies that create room for agribusiness to thrive and to consult the sector when formulating these

Zuma will not get any special treatment while in prison, says Lamola

The former president’s prison security will be handled by correctional services and there will not be given bodyguards or special security

Infectious avian flu strain hits the Western Cape

CapeNature might have to close affected bird reserves if the outbreak becomes too severe

Palm oil: Useful but destructive

Palm oil contributes to deforestation, biodiversity loss, peatland destruction and climate change, and the biofuel is more polluting than fossil-based diesel

Using ‘rubbish’ instead of stone makes concrete greener

The University of the Free State’s green project aims to curb environmental impact of concrete by using industrial waste and by-products

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