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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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Judge in a quandary over coal mine

A  court is weighing the options in a legal challenge to stop operations at a Zululand mine. Thabiso Goba reports

Conservation Watch Environment Man Friday

Conservation doyen Hughes makes case for ethical hunting

The legal sale of rhino horn, and ethical hunting are essential conservation tools, argues Dr George Hughes.

Environment Man Friday

A short guided tour of this shithole called Africa

US President, Donald Trump, evidently called Haiti and some African countries “shitholes” not worthy of providing immigrants to America. Safarious deputy editor, Tony Weaver is proudly Shitholian, and in his

Conservation Watch Environment

Court bid to close coal mine

AN environmental advocacy group is seeking a court interdict to halt operations at the Somkhele coal mine near the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in KwaZulu-Natal. Thabiso Goba reports

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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 Durban.

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Lion bone trade in spotlight

Lawmakers will be giving lion breeding a lookover, writes Fred Kockott.

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Canned lions make Nicola’s blood boil

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

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WHOONGA PARK

A peculiar zone where even cops feared to tread . . . 

Investigations

Men of straw versus iSimangaliso

Living in a World Heritage Site is not easy as was dramatically highlighted in a case of a young man, Muzi Mthembu, convicted in 2013, for his role in the