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Transnet National Ports Authority has provisionally lifted its ban on fishing and commercial diving in Durban harbour, but it has warned port users...

South Africa’s hard-won constitutional rights to freedom of expression and of legitimate political protest are under mounting pressure from both ...

Many African higher education institutions are under tremendous pressure to produce innovative research to solve local problems. They are...

Binyavanga Wainaina, one of Kenya’s most famous writers, has passed away. How to write an obituary for a person of such standing?

Bathing, surfing and fishing have been banned in Durban due to raw sewage flowing into the water. Hundreds of thousands of litres of raw sewage ...

The architects of the future will be the pathfinders who use the sophisticated technologies of the future to tackle the challenges of today ...

Dunoon’s new high tech, state-of-the-art library opened its doors on Friday. The “world-class” library is set to be a source of recreation and ...

The results of the Gauteng City-Region Observatory’s 5th Quality of Life Survey (2017/2018) show that, despite very challenging economic ...

The City of Cape Town is sending water bills to families in shacks, even though they get their water from communal taps. Most residents of ...

A school in Khayelitsha hopes to cut its water bill by R50,000 a month by implementing a sustainable water circulation system. The initiative, ...

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