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1 South Africa’s rhino poaching drops during virus lockdown
2 7 impacts of climate change on South African agriculture
3 Questions raised about accountability in wake of rescinded permit to Turkish power company
4 'Seismic events don't pose risk to Koeberg nuclear power station'
5 Breathless between Covid-19 and pollution
6 Coronavirus
7 CapeNature to allow free access to selected reserves in Western Cape
8 The farm, the millions and Patricia De Lille
9 KZN set aside over R32m to fund film industry
10 KZN ready to make waves after Covid lockdown
11 Authorities laudably supportive of grid-tied Pan African solar project – coordinator
12 Political appointees trump career diplomats in new postings
13 US Executive Branch Update
14 CoalWire 340, September 24, 2020
15 Electricity generation and transmission in South Africa
16 South African study highlights growing number of landfill sites, and health risks
17 Winning the Fight Against Coal Projects in South Africa
18 ATMOsphere Cape Town Highlights NatRef Progress in South Africa
19 Chinese fishing trawlers fined for being in South African waters
20 Covid ‘emergency permit’ for Turkish floating power ships yanked
21 MEC Dube-Ncube to inspect renovations at Margate Airport
22 Offshore refueling deepens fears for South Africa's penguin haven
23 SOUTH AFRICA: New liquid waste not permitted in landfills
24 Air Quality Has Sharply Improved Around the World During COVID-19
25 Communities close to waste sites at higher risk of developing asthma,TB
26 Global Risks Report ranks climate change indicators as the top five leading risks
27 South Africa set to tackle emerging contaminants
28 South Africa: Level 3 Hunting Regulations Are a Bit of a Crapshoot
29 4 things happening in SA agri today, 16 July 2020
30 South African Advocate Honored by United States following Arrest of International Succulent Trafficker
31 Is the environment minister captured by vested interests?
32 Amid lockdown, South Africa's waste pickers suffer most
33 'Lockdown a positive period for the environment'
34 Offshore Refueling Deepens Fears for S. Africa’s Penguin Haven
35 South Africa's waste management strategy promotes circular economy
36 "Change Has to Come From a Place": Inside the Northside Achievement Zone
37 ATMOsphere Heads Back to South Africa in March 2020
38 South Africa is looking at new policies around plastics and shopping bags
39 South Africa's Oxpeckers is powering up geo-journalism for investigative environmental reporting
40 South Africa: Minister Edna Molewa
41 Tragic Landfill Conflict Fouls Cape Town’s Air
42 This South African student is fighting animal poaching using wildlife photos
43 World Environment Day: Covid-19 shows importance of sustainable economy
44 South Africans have 'no idea' what they are breathing
45 South African student embarks on #FridaysForFuture climate strike
46 Proposal for Turkish company to anchor ‘floating power stations’ off SA harbours raises alarm bells
47 DA welcomes upcoming forum on toxic air pollution in South Durban Basin
48 Rhino Poachers Break Into Reserve Get Eaten By Lions
49 The water Guy: A conservationist who cast an indelible mark on our environment
50 SOUTH AFRICA: Government opens dumping ground in Greater Kokstad
51 Student climate activist challenges Dept of Environmental Affairs
52 Latest Edition: September 23, 2020
53 How shrubs can help solve climate change
54 Level 3 hunting regulations are a bit of a crapshoot
55 Covid-19 case confirmed at Stats SA's Pretoria headquarters
56 South Africa tightens restrictions for new coal power in 'landmark' ruling
57 Small-scale fishing rights questioned
58 DEFF denies environmental assessments will be scrapped
59 S.Africa: SANEDI endorses Green New Deal for economic recovery
60 South African tourism needs some big thinking
61 Cape Town signs pact to phase out plastic
62 Environmental assessments to be scraped in South Africa
63 A Fight for the Right to Breathe Begins in South Africa
64 South Africa begins construction of waste disposal facility in Cape Town
65 Jabulani Sikhakhane | Covid-19 has shown us one thing: Politicians know little about SA
66 South Africa's response to COVID-19 worsens the plight of waste reclaimers
67 Read: Barbara Creecy stresses the need for environmental literacy
68 Lockdown: SA air quality improves with less road traffic
69 Lakshmi Mittal's South African subsidiary facing serious environmental contravention charges
70 Electricity Regulation in South Africa
71 South Africa must learn from Mauritius oil spill
72 MCT: Sunday, September 27, 2020
73 South Africa's Border Management Authority dream could be a nightmare
74 Poaching Numbers | Conservation
75 Malawi factories ordered to close after ignoring plastics ban
76 Urgent questions about the welfare of wildlife that Parliament needs to ask
77 The Path to Rural Resilience in America
78 Inspiration from the Banks of the Indus River: A Conversation with Nibir K. Ghosh
79 Eskom needs over R180 billion to comply with new emissions laws
80 Ocean Acidification Could Eat Away at Sharks' Teeth and Scales
81 Rhino poaching in South Africa dipped slightly last year, but 'crisis continues unabated,' conservationists say
82 Desertification a Top Concern for South Africa's Environment Affairs Department
83 Rhino poaching on the decline, but that's not the full picture
84 Plastic is not just an environmental issue, it is also a socio-economic issue
85 Cape Town to host SA's first biodegradable festival
86 This ‘rhino court’ had 100 percent poacher convictions. Why was it closed?
87 River Club redevelopment has one hurdle left before the bulldozers move in
88 Environmental affairs department in talks to phase out straws
89 Parliament needs to answer urgent questions on welfare of SA's wildlife
90 From trash to treasure: the South African community taking ownership of waste | The Social Enterprise Magazine
91 South Africa: Environmental Affairs On Discovery of Two Black Rhino Carcasses in Chad
92 Big potential benefits from restoring spekboom thicket ecosystems in South Africa
93 SA environmental affairs department approves 1,500 lion bone export quota
94 Coronavirus – South Africa: Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Committee calls for intensification of COVID Awareness and Destigmatisation at Ward Levels
95 Living with wild animals (Part Two): Eat them like there’s no tomorrow
96 Environment Month 2019 – What you need to know about climate change in South Africa
97 The UNEP-Georgetown Fellowship Programme
98 Ongoing drought a priority for government
99 Lions Kill 21-Year-Old Animal Lover on Private Game Reserve in Bela Bela, South Africa
100 Three South Africans Get to 500 Years for Rhino Poaching