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SA teen wins international photographic award

Powerful image sheds light on efforts to save rhinos Fred Kockott and Mlu Mdletshe report First published by GroundUp   NINETEEN-year-old Kgaugelo Neville Ngomane, has won a prestigious environmental photographic

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‘Wild warriors’ learn to shoot with cameras

Africa’s wildlife economy employs millions and offers opportunities for the young. Mlu Mdletshe and Fred Kockott report on a valuable educational initiative.

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Environmental lawyers put screws back on a Zululand anthracite mine.

Top environmental lawyers and experts have thrown their weight behind a bid to force one of South Africa’s largest coal producers to comply with environmental legislation. FRED KOCKOTT reports

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Conquering fears in the wilderness

Confronting his fears on a Wilderness Leadership School trail was a life changing experience for a Wild Coast hiking guide, writes Mlu Mdletshe On night guard duty, deep in the

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Disaster fund needed to clean Duzi river spill

1,6 million litres of fatty oils and caustic soda poured out of Willowton Oil into the Msundusi River on Tuesday leaving a trail of destruction By Fred Kockott As a

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Wild Coast learners want a cleaner environment

Pupils from Ithuba Wild Coast Community College join a three kilometre clean-up walk in Mzamba to drive home a recycling message in the broader community. Mlu Mdletshe reports First published

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Pizza take-out at centre of sour storm: No whey, man! We’re not dumping

A Berg dairy is feeling the heat over unauthorised expansion and disposal of waste, write Fred Kockott and PS Raju.

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New film puts the focus on Pangolin poaching

Tony Weaver ponders the future of a rare scaly creature, now the subject of a compelling new documentary.

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Xolobeni heroes in running for national awards

The Xolobeni community is among the finalists in a national environmental awards that recognises people, products and innovations helping to build a more sustainable world.

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Cape wildlife gets a lethal dose of urban poison

In his latest Man Friday column, Tony Weaver, reflects on why he is removing poison rat traps from his house.