The image shows the first snowfall recorded in the massive African desert in 37 years.
Raising awareness of the causes and effects of air pollution is important, as we are not only victims, but also contributors to the problem.
Have you seen this captivating footage of fighting penguins that went viral recently?
There are dozens of groups of living species that are neither plants nor animals.
Symptoms of a deeper problem emerge when unpacking the numbers.
Al Jazeera: SA minister linked to rhino poaching, David Mahlobo denies criminal rhino poaching connection
David Mahlobo denies criminal rhino poaching connection with Guan Jiang a businessman known to be involved in the rhino horn trade.
Car accidents, flooding of roads, dramatic lightning strikes and reports of two bodies being discovered.
A Huge hail storm hit Bloemfontein last night, so much hail fell that it easily be mistaken for snow.
The decision on whether to proceed with the construction of a fleet of nuclear power plants is destined to become the financially most far reaching and consequential defining moment of the Zuma’s presidency.
Kiara Nirghin, a 16 year-old South African student who attends St. Martin’s Anglican private school in Rosettenville, Johannesburg has been awarded the grand prize winner of the 2016 Google Science Fair. Nirghin was awarded the grand prize of almost R700k [$50,000], in scholarship funding, for
5FM Apologises for ‘spur of the moment’ Balloons Release decision Filmed and Published on Social Media at Live Loud Concert
During the 5FM Live Loud Concert held on Heritage Day, Saturday 24 September, concert-goers released a huge number of red helium filled balloons into the atmosphere. 5FM have said in their apology that it “was a spur of the moment decision and was not coordinated/planned”
Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has created an eye-opening short documentary that must be seen by all South Africans. Experts predict that we’ll be in serious economic turmoil should we allow Rosatom, the Russian state-owned atomic energy corporation, to build nuclear power-stations along our coastline. It’s estimated that South Africa would
It’s time South Africa learnt from others and overhauled its power sector South Africa has not had load shedding for nearly a year. This is a welcome development after years of power cuts that constrained economic growth. Electricity consumption has more or less flattened out,
South Africa’s power market is regulated and dominated by Eskom, which sell electricity directly to end-users and wholesale to municipalities, which in turn sell to end-users. The price of electricity in South Africa has more than doubled over the past 6 years. The highest annual
How the state capture controversy has influenced South Africa’s nuclear build South Africa is facing a critical decision that could see it investing about R1 trillion – or US$60 billion to $70 billion – in a fleet of new nuclear power stations. Proponents argue that