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Cyclone Idai: After the floods, the famine. And then more of the same
Cyclone Idai: After the floods, the famine. And then more of the same
Overnight, Mozambique’s second-largest city disappeared. All the lights in Beira went off. Its buildings vanished under six metres of water. Its...
Job losses threaten the CSIR’s reputation
Job losses threaten the CSIR’s reputation
Close to 100 jobs at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) are on the line as the continent’s leading research centre...
Bedrock of food security destroyed
Bedrock of food security destroyed
Continue destroying plants, animals and insects at this rate and we will put “the future of our food system under severe threat”. This stark...
Unembargoed: March 1 — 7
Unembargoed: March 1 — 7
For 20 years he transported passengers without a licence, until a mid-air ‘incident’
Climate change claims its first mammal extinction
Climate change claims its first mammal extinction
The Bramble Cay mosaic-tailed rat’s first recorded encounter with humans was violent. Sailors on the HMS Bramble, on discovering the...
Looking the Brulpadda in the mouth
Looking the Brulpadda in the mouth
Total has broadcast an immense gas-condensate discovery at its offshore Brulpadda 1AX prospect rig operation in the Outeniqua Basin, due south of...
The triumph of Trumponomics
The triumph of Trumponomics
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government was meant to sweep out corruption but Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is financing ever more of it, at the...
These climate activists want you to give up hope
These climate activists want you to give up hope
The Extinction Rebellion, a network of climate activists who use civil disobedience to spotlight inaction on global warming, is rooted in the...
Editorial: Our moment of reckoning is now
Editorial: Our moment of reckoning is now
There’s a universally accepted joy in being a child. Or at least, there should be. Perhaps the only aspect that can compete with the wonder that...
Colonisation drove Little Ice Age
Colonisation drove Little Ice Age
Something strange happened in Europe from the early 1600s. For months at a time, major rivers such as the Thames in London would freeze over. This...

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