Sheree Bega
Sheree Bega is an environment reporter at the Mail & Guardian.
Tiny ants are big indicators of climate change
/ 7 May 2024

Tiny ants are big indicators of climate change

How climate change affects ant populations and the wider effects this will have on the ecosystem is not well understood

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Powerful insect army reduces water hyacinth on Hartbeespoort Dam to 2.5%
/ 1 May 2024

Powerful insect army reduces water hyacinth on Hartbeespoort Dam to 2.5%

The tiny planthoppers are biological control agents and natural enemies of the world’s worst aquatic weed

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‘When you destroy the ocean you destroy us,’ says SA Goldman environmental prize winner Nonhle Mbuthuma
/ 30 April 2024

‘When you destroy the ocean you destroy us,’ says SA Goldman environmental prize winner Nonhle Mbuthuma

She and Sinegugu Zukulu successfully took on Shell in landmark court victory to stop seismic testing on the Wild Coast

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Lead poisoning claimants win permission to appeal class action certification against Anglo American
/ 29 April 2024

Lead poisoning claimants win permission to appeal class action certification against Anglo American

The Zambian class action was filed in South Africa as it would not have been possible in that country

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Toxic acid mine water continues to rise underground on East Rand
/ 25 April 2024

Toxic acid mine water continues to rise underground on East Rand

The situation is frightening, says an anonymous source who used to work at the department of water and sanitation

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Battle continues over coal mining in the Mabola Protected Environment
/ 25 April 2024

Battle continues over coal mining in the Mabola Protected Environment

A coalition of environmental justice organisations says the proposed coal mine will have an adverse effect on the functioning of downstream ecosystems

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