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Tunicia Phillips

COP26 touted to resolve long standing issues on climate debt

Only 16% of losses in South Africa from weather-related disasters in the past four decades were covered by insurers, leaving governments and communities unable to build back

Eyewitness in Nathaniel Julies murder trial fails to identify shooter

‘He was eating something. Then we heard a gunshot go off.’ This is what Tahira Kaldine testified in court on Wednesday at the Nathaniel Julies murder trial

Nathaniel Julies trial: New evidence against senior in command, ‘Scorpion’

State witness Mandla Sithole’s testimony has again unveiled the scant regard for protocol or the rule of law by police officers

Having fun while saving the oceans

Activists have pointed out interesting ways that people can learn something new and have an adventure while doing their bit to save the ocean.

High court admits damning recording of alleged police cover-up in Julies murder case

Brutality trend emerges in trial against Eldorado Park police trio facing charges relating to the murder of Nathaniel Julies

Recording of police accused in Julies’ murder reveals booze, cover-up

‘I need something stronger’: secret recording played in court reveals police may have consumed alcohol after killing Nathaniel Julies

Criminal probe recommended against multinational UPL for chemical spill

In a statement, United Phosphorus Ltd said that it was co-operating with authorities and the government. 

One state witness is a no-show as Julies killer cops’ trial resumes

Nathaniel Julies’ murder accused Caylene Whiteboy was a junior reservist who graduated from college less than a year before the incident

South Africa’s young climate strikers hit back at critics

Critics have accused the young climate activists of being divisive and unrepresentative; they say this simply isn’t true

Climate change Bill to be tabled in parliament

The Bill, which will facilitate South Africa’s transition to a greener economy, compels businesses to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that accelerate climate change

Climate envoys visit South Africa to plan for the end of coal ahead of COP26

Climate envoys from the UK, US, and the EU are in South Africa to discuss a possible coal retirement plan

Earth’s last ‘dragons’ under threat from climate change

The world’s largest monitor lizard has moved up the red list for threatened species, with fewer than 4 000 of the species left

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