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Environment
  19  August 2021 – Critically endangered southern black rhino were recently relocated to Gonarezhou National Park (GNP) in the south-eastern region of Zimbabwe.   This groundbreaking relocation was conducted by the non-profit Malilangwe Trust, in partnership with the Gonarezhou Conservation Trust, and is another critical conservation intervention to re-establish a new viable population in the...
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Imagine if we had to wake up on a planet that no longer had any rhinos. Will we tell our children that we did nothing as these magnificent creatures were hunted into extinction? What a tragic day that will be! This is exactly the scenario Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco wants to avoid....
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Johannesburg, April 21, 2021 – During 2020, South Africans recycled 1.1 million tonnes of paper and paper packaging, putting the country’s latest paper recovery rate at 73%, up from 68.5% in 2019.   This is according to RecyclePaperZA, the paper recycling association, which states that South Africa has kept 19 million tonnes of paper out...
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South Africa is ahead of the curve for paper recycling – 68.4% of paper we use is recovered for recycling, against a global average of 59.3%. However, only a small percentage of that includes food and beverage cartons – which, if included, could increase the country’s paper recovery and recycling rate significantly. Francois Marais, manager...
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The future of retail is here – and it’s more cost-effective, more sustainable and proudly South African  Barrows Global launches the world’s first circular retail display, which is up to 20% more cost effective for brands and has a 37% carbon saving  Barrows Global, a leading retail design and manufacturer, has launched the first promotional...
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by Greenpeace Africa  Africa has come a long way on the journey to creating a single-use plastic-free world with many victorious milestones to celebrate across the continent. We’ve been said to be leading the way in the fight against single-use plastic. But our steps are heavy as we move forward, with the world under lockdown and the...
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Rangers and Community Wildlife Scouts from Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe to Provide First-Hand Testimony About the Growing Challenges and Risks of Protecting Africa’s wildlife during COVID-19. NAIROBI, KENYA///News Advisory/// On World Ranger Day 2020, increased illegal activity and violence threaten the lives of men and women working on the front lines to preserve endangered species and...
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No, but celebrating bees, and what they do for us, is! Forget about honey, pollen and royal jelly. Just think of a world without beans, tomatoes, onions and carrots, not to mention the hundreds of other vegetables, oilseeds and fruits that are dependent upon bees for pollination. And the livestock that are dependent upon bee...
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A new study has confirmed that by 2050 a 100% renewable energy system would be the cheapest, most job-rich option for South Africa. The study, entitled, “Pathway towards achieving 100% renewable electricity by 2050 for South Africa“, modelled the current electricity scenario against a 100% renewable energy transition, taking into consideration South Africa’s load into the...
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South Africa kept 3.9 million cubic metres of paper out of landfill in 2018 In 2018, South Africa recovered 1.285 million tonnes of recyclable paper products, putting the country’s paper recovery rate at 71.7%. This is according to Anele Sololo, general manager of the country’s paper recycling association, RecyclePaperZA, who adds that this rate is...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'