Sheree Bega
Sheree Bega is an environment reporter at the Mail & Guardian.
Insect decline threatens migratory bird
/ 21 May 2024

Insect decline threatens migratory bird

There are early signs that fewer lesser kestrels and Amur falcons are visiting South Africa this year

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Work to save SA’s most threatened endemic bird species takes flight
/ 21 May 2024

Work to save SA’s most threatened endemic bird species takes flight

There are only about 340 individual Botha’s Larks left in the wild

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Creecy’s Sasol decision ‘makes a mockery’ of air pollution laws
/ 19 May 2024

Creecy’s Sasol decision ‘makes a mockery’ of air pollution laws

Life After Coal slams the environment minister’s decision to allow the company further leniency

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Beautiful seventy-four fish is a story of hope for marine conservation in South Africa
/ 16 May 2024

Beautiful seventy-four fish is a story of hope for marine conservation in South Africa

Our survival depends on the ocean and it is crucial to take steps to save it, conservationist Judy Mann said this week

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Electric transport ‘promising’ in Africa, says new report
/ 14 May 2024

Electric transport ‘promising’ in Africa, says new report

The continent could emerge as a leader in decarbonising its transport sector

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Struggle for clean water continues as 14-year crisis in Mpumalanga township worsens
/ 9 May 2024

Struggle for clean water continues as 14-year crisis in Mpumalanga township worsens

In 2012 the municipality was ordered to fix Carolina’s water problems, but has still not done so

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