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Bees – An Essential Part of Your Food Security

2024-05-16T17:05:22+00:00

Bees – An Essential Part of Your Food Security Photo Credit: WWF When you think about bees, what comes to mind? Honey? Beeswax? A painful sting? There’s more to bees than we know – much more. Aside from the delicious honey they make, bees are incredibly

Bees – An Essential Part of Your Food Security2024-05-16T17:05:22+00:00

Expansion of SA’s protected areas requires management skills

2023-12-05T19:32:42+00:00

Expansion of SA’s protected areas requires management skills © South Africa has to practically and affordably expand its natural environment protection areas to conserve its critical biodiversity and ecosystem services. These include carbon sequestration, clean air, healthy soils, fresh water, healthy insect populations for pollination, and

Expansion of SA’s protected areas requires management skills2023-12-05T19:32:42+00:00

Gifting sustainably this giving season!

2023-12-04T19:29:06+00:00

Gifting sustainably this giving season! Planning to be a little more sustainable this festive season when it comes to your gifting? Sustainable gifting isn't a new idea, but it is changing. Gifting sustainably is no longer just about the environmental impact we have on the planet as

Gifting sustainably this giving season!2023-12-04T19:29:06+00:00

Giant leap for hunger in SA through food donations regulations

2023-10-17T18:28:38+00:00

Giant leap for hunger in SA through food donations regulations ‘Within the next year we are hoping to have national food donation regulations in place that would enable us to recover far more good, edible surplus food that is currently going to waste every year, and which

Giant leap for hunger in SA through food donations regulations2023-10-17T18:28:38+00:00

Catchment conservation key to South Africa’s water supply

2023-08-30T17:24:59+00:00

Catchment conservation key to South Africa’s water supply © An avid fly-fisherman and author of a novel on flyfishing, Andrew Fowler has spent a lifetime exploring the Drakensberg rivers. ‘Over the years I have witnessed the degradation in the formerly pristine waters of catchments like the

Catchment conservation key to South Africa’s water supply2023-08-30T17:24:59+00:00

Catchment conservation key to South Africa’s water supply

2023-08-30T16:23:16+00:00

Catchment conservation key to South Africa’s water supply © Over the years there has been a degradation in the formerly pristine waters of catchments like the uMngeni and iNzinga, with an insidious increase in dirty water and agricultural pollution. In order to address the issue, the

Catchment conservation key to South Africa’s water supply2023-08-30T16:23:16+00:00

Boosting food production and livelihoods in our rural areas

2023-08-03T17:30:13+00:00

Boosting food production and livelihoods in our rural areas Photo Credit: Ayanda Cele The Covid-19 pandemic exposed the food and livelihood vulnerabilities of communities in South Africa, leaving millions of people in dire straits. It called for proactive engagements with communities, like helping them to plant

Boosting food production and livelihoods in our rural areas2023-08-03T17:30:13+00:00

Water – the central pillar of the greater Kruger economy

2023-07-19T16:39:09+00:00

Water - the central pillar of the greater Kruger economy Photo Credit: Nomonde Mxhalisa Water conservation, small- and large-scale farming, job opportunities, wildlife conservation and illegal wildlife monitoring and control go hand in hand in the greater Kruger National Park (KNP) region. The park is a

Water – the central pillar of the greater Kruger economy2023-07-19T16:39:09+00:00
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