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Western Cape citizens are invited to Play their part towards progressive change

Johannesburg, Wednesday 09 November 2016 – The College of Cape Town in the Western Cape will on Tuesday 15 November 2016 collaborate with the Play Your Part initiative to...

Africa’s biggest democracy votes: ‘Whoever wins, Nigeria has the victory’

Despite rain and the death of 41 people in an attack by terrorist group Boko Haram, millions of Nigerians turned out to vote in hotly contested elections to choose the president of Africa's most populous country.

South Africa takes the green road

South Africa takes the green road

South Africa is taking bold steps to fight climate change, from investing heavily in the green economy to promoting renewable energy resources and green building practices. Its focus is heavily underlined by its development finance institution, the Industrial Development Corporation, which has a key focus on the sector.

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African cities join climate change fight at C40 summit

Africa produces the least amount of greenhouse gases, yet will bear the brunt of global climate change. At the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group summit in Johannesburg this week, mayor Parks Tau welcomed three new African megacities to the network, bringing the total to seven out of 66 world cities.

A story of a wonderful friend, an old lady and our ability to change.

Moved by experiences with the inhabitants an old age home, Brian Moore now has a new zest for life, and helps out by giving time toward small services for the elderly.

First Polaris climate centre for Cape Town

Already known for its progressive green philosophy, Cape Town is about to score another coup by hosting the world’s first interactive climate change centre, a project driven by the Brussels-based International Polar Foundation.
Preserving memories of Antarctica

COP17 starts in Durban

The much-anticipated COP17 climate change conference, considered one of the world's most important events, got underway in Durban in KwaZulu-Natal province on 28 November.
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Emirates to fly to Durban daily

Durban ready for COP 17

Durban is ready to welcome over 15 000 delegates and more than 10 000 observers from over 190 countries for the UN Climate Change Conference kicking off in exactly one week, says Durban/Ethekwini Mayor James Nxumalo.
Emirates to fly to Durban daily

Durban ‘ready’ to handle COP 17 traffic

With more than 20 000 delegates expected in Durban for the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference, the city's authorities are confident they'll manage the traffic, with solutions including lane closures, park and ride areas, shuttles buses and designated bike lanes.


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