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Pollution kills nine million a year
Pollution kills nine million a year
A staggering nine million people are killed a year by pollution, making it the single biggest killer in the world, according to a new report by the...
Carbon tax gets a muted welcome
Carbon tax gets a muted welcome
A carbon tax from June  1 this year will add 9c a litre to the petrol price and 10c to diesel. This comes on top of the recent hike of 74c a...
Enviro action plan for South Africa
Enviro action plan for South Africa
Last year came with myriad environmental disasters, including raw sewage flowing into our rivers. The intense heat and flooding of this festive...
Sasol creates economic opportunities for its neighbours
Sasol creates economic opportunities for its neighbours
The Sasol Envirobox Programme: Environmental Education and Training for Sustainable Development provides environmental education and training for...
Safa awards Banyana Banyana R2.4m bonus
Safa awards Banyana Banyana R2.4m bonus
Banyana Banyana has been awarded a R2.4 million bonus by the South African Football Association (Safa) for the team's performance at the 2018...
Wild swings in Sasol’s fortunes
Wild swings in Sasol’s fortunes
Petrochemical company Sasol was touted as a good investment for 2018 at the end of last year, but a strengthening rand and cheaper oil prices are...
Failing Eskom cripples one and all
Failing Eskom cripples one and all
Large energy users have flagged the risk of production disruptions and, ultimately, job losses if Sunday’s load shedding, caused by Eskom’s...
SA fiddles while the world burns
SA fiddles while the world burns
Not much to do with climate change is a surprise any more. The science has been settled for half a century. Most of the people alive today were...
SA is blowing its carbon budget
SA is blowing its carbon budget
South Africa has a climate change problem. Per person, South Africans emit more than anyone outside of the West. It is the world’s 14th largest...
World’s children bear the brunt of toxic air
World’s children bear the brunt of toxic air
The World Health Organisation (WHO) lists air pollution as one of the biggest burden on health.
Ramaphosa’s Jobs Summit plan to create 275 000 new jobs annually
Ramaphosa’s Jobs Summit plan to create 275 000 new jobs annually
President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged that South Africa will not be able to reach the goal of reducing the unemployment rate to 6% by 2030 as...
Solidarity, Sasol wait on Mining Charter for clarity
Solidarity, Sasol wait on Mining Charter for clarity
Trade union Solidarity is set to continue its strike at petrochemical company Sasol after it was unable to reach a resolution at the Commission for...

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