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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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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.

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Activists lose bid to shut down coal mine

Interdict application to halt operations at the Somkhele coal mine thrown out with costs

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Relocated rhinos die, struggle in Chad

Poaching has been ruled out after the discovery of two black rhino carcasses in Chad’s Zakouma National Park.

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Conservationists lock horns over rhinos

China’s decision to ease its ban on elements of the domestic trade in rhino and tiger products will come under scrutiny at this week’s Conservation Symposium in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.

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London eyes on SA water wizzes

A KWAZULU-NATAL school has taken two awards at an international water conservation competition.

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Fangs very much: relocation bolsters Somkhanda pack

A NEW pack of African wild dogs has been introduced to a community owned game reserve in Pongola as part of efforts in KwaZulu-Natal to preserve the endangered species.

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Hot news: how charcoal fuels terror

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

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Bone lions: government passes the buck

The two government departments that should be dealing with the captive lion trade have gone awol, writes Louzel Lombard Steyn