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Anti-rhino poaching campaign targets suits

Rhinos are being slaughtered to feed a demand for rhino horn powder in southeast Asia. Now a campaign to stop the carnage is appealing to the very people who consume the powder believing it will bring them success. Power comes from yourself; luck comes from hard work, say its role models.

Cape Town’s Open Streets bring the people out to play

Get out your car and on your bike, skateboard or feet. Cape Town's new Open Streets movement takes an old idea from Bogotá, Colombia, and turns city thoroughfares over to residents, who use the space for breaking down social barriers – and having a lot of fun.

Adverts target rhino horn consumers

Adverts target rhino horn consumers

"Rhino horn is made of the same stuff as human nails. Still want some?" Conservation organisations WWF and TRAFFIC, as part of their campaign against the illegal wildlife trade, are running a series of myth-busting adverts aimed at encouraging Vietnamese citizens to stop buying or consuming rhino horn.

World Cup traffic control plan in place

Gauteng province is encouraging fans to use public transport to prevent the traffic congestion that marked the opening of the Fifa 2010 World Cup.
Top safety plan for World Cup

World Cup South Africa: find your way

World Cup South Africa: find your way

There will be aircraft in the skies around the clock to monitor traffic movements during the 2010 Fifa World Cup, with co-ordination provided by a national command centre and information available via a 24-hour call centre and route-planning website www.findyourway.co.za.

World-class banking for 2010

The 2010 Fifa World Cup will not only boost South African tourism, it will also be an opportunity for the country to show off its sophisticated banking system to the world.

Facelift for Company's Garden

SA pilots ‘green’ traffic light

Eskom is piloting the use of solar power-powered traffic lights at a busy Cape Town intersection, making life easier for motorists and helping the city save on its energy bill.
Road 'accidents' mostly avoidable

Road ‘accidents’ mostly avoidable

Road accidents are a major and growing public health epidemic in low- and middle-income countries worldwide, a "disease" comparable in its destructive capacity to malaria and tuberculosis - yet one which, in most cases, is entirely preventable.


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