28.1.2020 08:18 am
Currently, six different kinds of insects can be found on the hyacinth, but most of the success is ascribed to the planthopper, introduced last year.
Billions of tiny insects are currently responsible for rapidly destroying the hyacinth on the Hartbeespoort Dam, and scientists are of the opinion that herbicides have not been sprayed on the dying water plants, reports Kormorant.
‘I am putting my education on hold to fight for the future robbed from us,’ Parktown High School for Girls matric pupil Raeesah Noor-Mahomed says.
The fight against the stigma surrounding cannabis in SA, for medicinal, recreational or industrial use, still has a long way to go, causing us to lag behind.
With huge tracts of their habitats destroyed, environmental groups have warned the blazes could drive many species to extinction.
The past five years are the five hottest years for the ocean, the study found.
The 17-year-old has launched a crowdfunding campaign to cover her and her mother’s costs on her trip to the World Economic Forum, but time is running out.
The climate-change-fuelled fires have prompted an international outpouring and donations from around the world to help communities and animal populations.
Mossel Bay Municipality has been receiving reports of pufferfish washing up along our coastline. This seems to be happening on beaches from Port Elizabeth to Mossel Bay.
Snake expert Fanie Cilliers was called out by Esidakeni residents.
A grim summer of fire and smoke has sullied Australia’s outdoorsy and healthy image, and left many fearful for the future.
A group of children swimming in the Gouritz River got the shock of their lives this December.
SANParks CEO Fundisile Mketeni called on residents to co-operate with the authorities by providing information that would aid with this campaign.
Social media stars and sporting champions are splashing the cash for Australian bushfire relief efforts and urging fans to do the same.
The area is at risk of mudslides due to heavy rainfall in winter and forest fires in summer.
As deadly blazes tear across southeastern Australia, false or deliberately misleading images and claims have proliferated online.