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Remember, corporations are adept at deflection campaigns

In this moment where those corporations are “stepping up” to the Covid-19 challenge, let’s not forget their true character and where and how they have made their money

Hundreds of Amazon employees criticise firm’s climate stance

Hundreds of Amazon employees Sunday openly criticised the online retail giant's environmental record, in violation of the company's communications policy. More than 300 signed a...

The good, the bad and the vegan

There’s a global push for people to become vegans, or at least eat less meat, to reduce their carbon footprint

Joburg scoops prestigious National Arbour City Award

The benefits of planting just one tree are far-reaching

SA is blowing its carbon budget

The numbers don’t add up as emissions from coal-fired power stations are allowed to grow

Cutting out meat and dairy and slashes your carbon footprint

New research from the University of Oxford says there’s little point in doing all the good things if you continue to consume dairy and meat products

Talking game-changers

Vodacom is the winner of the Energy Efficiency and Carbon Management Award, sponsored by ABB.

SA needs to tighten its energy belt

Leading economists have predicted energy efficiency will be the make-or-break tactic if South Africa is to cut its emissions.

What’s the carbon footprint of SA’s fruit and wine?

South African fruit and wine farmers have launched an initiative to determine the environmental impact of their industries.

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Mpumalanga premier fined for attending Mthembu funeral without a mask

Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane goes into isolation and pledges to buy 1000 masks to show her ‘remorse’

R2.3bn VBS trial expected to only begin in 2022

The state is expected to request a 16 week-long trial, as delays stymie progress in the saga.

Eastern Cape citizens don’t have to visit the labour department for UIF

This measure, aimed at slowing the spread of Covid-19, may shortly be introduced in other regions.

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