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Rowdy reception for oil drillers

Activists are unimpressed with a draft environmental impact assessment report on plans to explore for oil and gas off the

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Better latte than never to save lions, says cafe owner

A KZN cafe is offering a roar-some cup of coffee and it’s all for a good cause, reports Bukeka Silekwa.

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Bail denied in North Coast rock throwing case

The Tongaat men accused of the rock-throwing murder of two children have been denied bail. Bukeka Silekwa reports.

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Tributes for minister who leaves a mixed legacy

TRIBUTES have poured in from conservationists and political leaders following the death of South African environmental minister, Edna Molewa.

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Airport plan back on radar

The redevelopment of Durban’s Virginia Airport is in a holding pattern, writes Thabiso Goba.

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Scientists up demands for government to protect oceans

A group of young marine scientists are questioning why government is stalling on declaring a network of Marine Protection Areas

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Ocean Watch

The multinational Italian energy company, Eni, is partnering with Sasol to explore for deep sea gas and oil reserves offshore

Rowdy reception for oil drillers

Rowdy reception for oil drillers

  October 15, 2018

The Thin Green Line

Tony Weaver reports on an unlikely source of terror funding and the harm it’s doing to Africa’s forests.

Sunday Tribune Game Changers

A deep love for Africa inspires Nicola Gerrard’s activism. Izze Siemann and Fred Kockott report

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FLASHBACK: Joel Burton lands his first byline

In celebration of Joel Burton’s birthday earlier this week, we share the story the landed his first byline in print:

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FLASHBACK: Five years for turtle butcher

Seven years ago, to date, Sabelo Nsele, Joel Burton and Sandile Gumede, three Durban University of Technology final year journalism

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On calling out the gaslighter in chief and other dilemmas

In his blog this week, which tracks his experiences as a Roving Reporters intern, Thabiso Goba  grapples with some big

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High-flying hack: on mining for the truth and meeting my Deep Throat

Time flies at Roving Reporters and I cannot believe barely a month has passed since I started my internship, writes

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Scoop! How junior journo Bukeka earned her spurs

Intern Bukeka Silekwa reflects on a busy year and her Roving Reporters experience so far.

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Elephant in the room: how film-makers pricked a rookie reporter’s conscience

Devarshini Munsami walked away inspired from her first assigment as a journalist – covering a recent wildlife filmmakers congress in

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