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Light at the end of Eskom tunnel?
Light at the end of Eskom tunnel?
Chef extraordinaire and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni put down his cooking spoons long enough this week to issue a spring surprise, a 77-page...
Air pollution death toll rises by 170
Air pollution death toll rises by 170
The department of environment, forestry and fisheries is trying to, once again, double the allowable concentration of sulphur dioxide that...
The hopeful continent
The hopeful continent
Last week, the Mail & Guardian put out a call on Twitter for inspiring, uplifting and positive stories from around the African...
Calls made for wrongdoing at SSA to be punished
Calls made for wrongdoing at SSA to be punished
Civil society groups that were outspoken against the Jacob Zuma-led administration appear not surprised that they were allegedly spied on by the...
Eskom: Pollution kills 333 people a year
Eskom: Pollution kills 333 people a year
To get the wheels of government moving, it seems one needs to be alarmist. Greenpeace Africa did this in an email to journalists in late October....
Greenpeace hits back at unions
Greenpeace hits back at unions
Greenpeace has called on the National Union of Mineworkers and other unions to engage with them on renewable energy strategies, after the union...
Mpumalanga tops world nitrogen dioxide air pollution charts
Mpumalanga tops world nitrogen dioxide air pollution charts
Mpumalanga province has the highest levels of air pollution in the world, topping nitrogen dioxide levels across six continents, according to a new...

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