Green Scorpions

 
No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices
No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices
It takes more than eight hours of constant heating at 1 000°C to turn coal into the coke that’s mixed with iron ore to make steel.
Dirty listed companies hide the truth
Dirty listed companies hide the truth
Some of South Africa's biggest listed companies are perennial breakers of environmental legislation, according to a comprehensive study by the...
Firm fed toxic waste to pigs, claims government
Firm fed toxic waste to pigs, claims government
The directors of Crimetech Laboratories, a supplier of vital chemicals to the police forensic division, have been charged with illegally dumping...
Too few staff to stop environmental crimes
Too few staff to stop environmental crimes
The departments of water and environmental affairs are running with minimal staff levels in their compliance, monitoring and enforcement units....
Farmer gets R1m fine, 8 years in jail for rhino poaching
Farmer gets R1m fine, 8 years in jail for rhino poaching
A Limpopo game farmer has been given an eight-year sentence for his involvement in rhino poaching, according to a report on Wednesday.
Green Scorpions go after Eskom
Green Scorpions go after Eskom
Eskom appears to have started building at its Safari sub-station without an approved environmental management plan (EMP), the environmental affairs...

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