Invasive plants

 
Letters to the Editor: November 16 to 22
Letters to the Editor: November 16 to 22
After several years of weak growth and rising unemployment, news that the private sector has pledged to invest nearly R290-billion in the South...
R6.5-billion lost to alien invaders
R6.5-billion lost to alien invaders
South Africa is a semi-arid country. The plants and animals that have evolved to live here grow slowly, taking just enough to get through the good...
Invasive alien plants in South Africa pose huge risks, but they can be stopped
Invasive alien plants in South Africa pose huge risks, but they can be stopped
There is a massive army marching across South Africa. It’s silent and looks harmless, but it’s growing by the day. It’s depleting the...
Blooming pest for home owners - new regulations on invasive plants
Blooming pest for home owners - new regulations on invasive plants
New regulations could be a thorn in the side for property sellers, who may find themselves paying thousands, if not millions, of rands in fines for...

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