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For the Lake St Lucia Estuary, the current total rainfall for July to date is 312.9 mm. According to the Park records, this is the highest figure ever recorded since record-keeping began in 1971. The closest figure was 261 mm measured in 2011. “While the rain was mostly coastal, it has come just in time to...
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Husqvarna and Illovo Sugar have linked up with Tala Collection Private Game Reserve to ensure its rhinos and other wildlife are safe and happy and have the right environment in which to thrive. The venture, an essential veld management and rehabilitation project, has also created much-needed employment and skills training. “The collaboration means benefits for...
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More than 140 learners from Mitchells Plain, easily identifiable in their red t-shirts, helped clear Strandfontein beach of litter on Saturday, 28 May 2016. When they were finished, 53 bags of litter weighing about 750 kilograms had been hauled away and the sea shore sparkled – only footprints remained. Photo credit: Craig Wilson   Staff...
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Picture courtesy of Facebook Kirstenbosch Garden’s exhibit has won a gold medal at this year’s Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show. This year marked SANBI-Kirstenbosch’s 41st entry to the Chelsea Flower Show. Their theme for 2016 was Harold Porter National Botanical Garden – A Gateway to the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve. The exhibit was a replica...
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Earth Day is always a stark reminder of the fact that we should be doing more to conserve resources. Khululiwe Mabaso, CSI Associate Director for Sub-Saharan Africa at Procter & Gamble, shares some practical tips on how to make sustainability a daily habit at your company, rather than just a once-a-year effort. 1. Paper cut...
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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'