Adverts target rhino horn consumers
"Rhino horn is made of the same stuff as human nails. Still want some?" Conservation organisations WWF and TRAFFIC, as part of their campaign against the illegal wildlife trade, are running a series of myth-busting adverts aimed at encouraging Vietnamese citizens to stop buying or consuming rhino horn.
South Africa 'must conserve water'
South Africa's plans for a water-secure future are in place, says Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa, but will require all South Africans to play their part in conserving water.
Obama to visit South Africa
Barack Obama will make his first trip to South Africa as US president in June, as part of a three-nation tour aimed at bolstering US relations with sub-Saharan Africa, the White House announced on Monday.
Green light for Eskom's Sere wind farm
The National Energy Regulator of South Africa has given Eskom the go-ahead to build a 100 MW wind farm, the state company's first large-scale renewable energy project, near Koekenaap in the Western Cape.
Top Gear Durban to celebrate Le Mans
The Top Gear Festival takes place in Durban in June, and among the attractions for motorsport lovers will be cars covering nine decades of racing, courtesy of the Franschhoek Motor Museum, which is marking the 90th anniversary of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Top-class field for Mr Price Pro Ballito
South Africa's premier surfing event, the ASP Mr Price Pro Ballito, has once again attracted a top-class field, with eight of the top 32 surfers in the world confirming their entries. A prize purse of R2.2-million is on offer.