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18 Jun 2020 The WCED is committed to environmental sustainability, and given the footprint of schools in the province, we are significant users of natural resources. To this end, we have made new voluntary subsidies available to schools…
Across SA businesses were hit hard by severe load-shedding at the end of 2019, which reached stage six for the first time. Any hope that our load-shedding woes may be over were shattered as those returning to work in the new year were greeted with stage two load-shedding.
The global pandemic is exacerbating the existing challenges of the Central City’s homeless population tenfold. It’s now harder than ever to access food, a safe space to shelter, basic ablution facilities and medical care.
The project is intended to revitalise small and medium-business urban farming, offer training, and increase job opportunities in Philippi, one of the suburbs with the lowest monthly household income in Cape Town.
This report contextualises wildlife conservation in South Africa, from its rich biodiversity and its associated value, to legal and illicit wildlife trade, through to how people are impacted by wildlife and illegal trade.