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Live in JHB, lose three years of life
Live in JHB, lose three years of life
Some 13-million people live in Gauteng. Every single one of those people are breathing in air that is toxic, and is shortening their lives. For the...
Editorial: Pollution blame game
Editorial: Pollution blame game
Society is built on a bedrock of pollution, of treating the world as an endless source of resources and a place where waste can constantly be...
Midrand's 'airpocalypse' a reality with toxic air
Midrand's 'airpocalypse' a reality with toxic air
On an air pollution scale, anything between zero and 20 is safe to breathe. At 300 things are labelled ‘airpocalypse’. In Midrand, Gauteng,...
NGOs sue government, Ramaphosa over Mpumalanga’s ‘deadly air’
NGOs sue government, Ramaphosa over Mpumalanga’s ‘deadly air’
The South African government is being taken to court for continued air pollution in the Highveld Priority Area, which spans Mpumalanga. This part...
​ArcelorMittal facing criminal charges for alleged breach of pollution licence
​ArcelorMittal facing criminal charges for alleged breach of pollution licence
In an announcement to shareholders, steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal said that it is facing criminal charges for “three alleged transgressions of...
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.
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...
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...

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