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Tunicia Phillips

Honey laundering: Transcontinental scheme puts fake honey into our supermarkets

South African beekeepers compete with cheap honey imports while still using ethical, bee-friendly practices

Parties divided on carbon trading system as UN climate talks end

One country pays for greenhouse gas emissions in another country and uses that credit for its own emission reduction targets — but accounting irregularities increased carbon emissions

Over-exploitation has degraded billions of hectares of land

The well-being of about 3.2-billion people, 40% of the world’s population, has been harmed

Trial of police up for Nathaniel Julies’ murder delayed yet again

The judge ordered a 30-minute break for one of the accused to consult his lawyer

Pressure on rich G7 countries to show climate leadership

The ongoing three-week talks ahead of COP26 are proving tricky in a world of virtual climate diplomacy

Critical climate change talks raise the pressure for COP26

The stage has been set for one of the most anticipated climate conferences to address global warming – and targets for the biggest emitters

France to join South Africa’s bid to increase support for Trips waivers at G7 meeting

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that South Africa could count on him to fix the inequalities associated with combating the virus

Study on rats finds buchu can help with obesity, diabetes and other ailments

Stellenbosch researcher believes clinical trials on humans will show promising results

Eldos building mafia: Community anger amid extortion and ex-cons

Victims of extortion and intimidation at building project sites in Eldorado Park speak up in an exclusive Mail & Guardian investigation

Activists protest outside Standard Bank over its financing of fossil fuel initiatives

Shareholders at the banks annual general meeting put its East African oil investments on the table

Landmark ruling orders Shell to comply with Paris Agreement targets

Hague court orders oil giant to cut its carbon emissions including those of its suppliers and users by 45% by 2030

Covid may stop SA presence at COP

The United Kingdom, this year’s climate change conference host, wants an in-person event, but Covid factors such as travel restrictions and vaccinations may stop people from attending

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