SA Gears up for Africa Energy Indaba

South Africa’s energy crisis will be thrust into a “broader spotlight” as global energy leaders meet at the Africa Energy Indaba from February 17 to 18, in Sandton, to discuss the continent’s energy future.

Zimbabwe to Sell Elephants

Zimbabwe’s government says it must export elephants to raise funds for wildlife management.

SA Top Renewable-Energy Investment Destination, says Global Firm

Despite an array of challenges ranging from labour volatility, a weakened currency and unpredictable policy, South Africa continues to lure international investment to its various renewable-energy projects, global solar group Talesun Energy VP Arthur Chien has asserted.

Multiple Dangers Threaten the Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of Africa’s natural wonders, but the new Unesco World Heritage Site is facing a multitude of threats, which could lead to its ecological collapse.

Exploring East Africa’s Coral Reef Fish

With the stadium lights of Durban fading into the night and the water lapping at the side of the boat, hopes were high for our small team.