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Abalone poaching: Lifting the lid on why, how and who
Abalone poaching: Lifting the lid on why, how and who
Wildlife poaching has long been a subject of interest in academia.
Drilling underway to access last 10% in Western Cape dam
Drilling underway to access last 10% in Western Cape dam
The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) says a plan is being worked on to access the remaining 10% of water still available in the Theewaterskloof Dam....
Ancient water could solve modern crisis in Cape Town
Ancient water could solve modern crisis in Cape Town
A leper who once lived on Table Mountain was tasked by colonial settlers with keeping open the sluices, built by the Dutch East India Company in...
As Cape Town drought bites, what is 'Day Zero'?
As Cape Town drought bites, what is 'Day Zero'?
Cape Town is in the grip of a catastrophic three-year-long drought as winter rains have repeatedly failed causing dam levels to drop to dangerously...
Whites helpless as Malema lays claim to Table Mountain
Whites helpless as Malema lays claim to Table Mountain
Economic Freedom Fighters leader and all-round revolutionary Julius Malema is an equal opportunities provider when it comes to his “occupy the...
Hotel staff clears alien vegetation
Hotel staff clears alien vegetation
Some hotels hinge their green efforts by asking guests to reuse towels, but the Vineyard Hotel & Spa steps into the environment to make a...
Our Earth: Switching off for change
Our Earth: Switching off for change
Sydney kicked off the event at 8.30 pm, cutting lights to cheers and applause from a small crowd who had gathered to see the skyline dim and Sydney...
Table Mountain to 'switch off for good' during Earth Hour
Table Mountain to 'switch off for good' during Earth Hour
Organisers expect hundreds of millions of people across the globe to turn off their lights for 60 minutes on Saturday night – at 8.30pm local...
Table Mountain named new wonder of nature
Table Mountain named new wonder of nature
Mayor Patricia de Lille on Sunday thanked those who voted for the mountain last year to secure its place. 
Protest takes its toll on Carlisle
Protest takes its toll on Carlisle
While hunger striker Bronwen Lankers-Byrne was handcuffed to the cement foundations of a Chapman's Peak construction site, she took a call from her...
Row over Chapman's Peak toll road offices
Row over Chapman's Peak toll road offices
Moves are afoot by Hout Bay residents to obtain an urgent court interdict to prevent the construction of a two-storey office block, part of the...
Fairest Cape turns ugly for hikers
Fairest Cape turns ugly for hikers
After a spate of attacks on hikers, a volunteer group is considering taking South African National Parks's Table Mountain National Park to court to...

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