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Africa’s biggest Asset is its Game

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Orna

Non-Conformist

Conservation Activist – Big 5

You have to take action to make a difference.

The key to successful campaigning, is taking action and longevity.

Anybody can do an expose’ and it goes away & everyone ‘thinks’ it’s cured.

The important thing is to keep it out there in front of people and to do that you have to present the discussion in different ways. [Read more…]

Navy to remove Table View Seli1

Seli 1 off Table View

Seli 1 off Table View

Pretoria – The navy says it has completed the job of preparing for the removal of the wreck of the Turkish vessel Seli 1 on Cape Town’s Table View coastline. [Read more…]

Welgevallen Food Garden

Welgevallen Food Garden is an initiative of the University of Stellenbosch Agrisciences Faculty. The project includes substantial compost-making and a large Organic and Biodynamically cultivated food garden. It is primarily a demonstration and training project for students and potential community gardeners. Manager Brian Joffin has more than 30 years experience in Biodynamic crop farming, nursery […]

Welgevallen Food Garden is a post from: EconSpire

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Trawler runs aground

Taiwanese Trawler runs aground

Taiwanese Trawler runs aground

A Taiwanese trawler ran aground off Clifton on Saturday, 12th May, 2012. The salvage operation to tow the beached trawler back into the sea has been postponed for now. The trawler is 50m in length and due to the vessel being beached on a sandbank, it was considered a strong possibility that once the tide had risen the operation would succeed. However, with the recent large moon the tides have no doubt been affected and we can only hope that the tide shall rise soon and allow for the stricken vessel to be towed back into the sea. There is obviously a major concern regarding the environment if the vessel was to break up. [Read more…]

Defacing natural coastline a concern

Kommetjie Beach - Cape Town

Kommetjie Beach - Cape Town

The South African National Parks (SANParks) and the City of Cape Town are concerned about the growing trend of defacing and disfiguring the natural coastline by stacking rocks to form structures in Kommetjie beaches. [Read more…]