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DayZero Will our meat be safe?
We're trying to prepare for #DayZero as best as we possibly can, but what about those factors outside our personal control – like the safety of our meat?
South Africa: Lunch in the Time of Listeria
South Africa: Lunch in the Time of Listeria - How to Protect Your Family and Pack a Safer lunchbox
SA seen planting 17% less maize hectares next season
Farmers may switch to other crops due to price competitiveness, agricultural economist says.
Cape Town fighting several diseases
JOHANNESBURG - The City of Cape Town’s Health Department remains on high alert as concurrent disease outbreaks run their course.
DayZero pushed out to May
DayZero pushed out to May but Capetonians urged to continue saving water
Ban on unrecyclable plastic shopping bags in Western Cape
Cape Town – The DA-led Western Cape government has been mandated to pass legislation to prohibit the sale and distribution of plastic shopping bags that aren’t 100% recyclable.
This after a motion to this effect was passed at the DA’s Western Cape Congress on Saturday.
Change on the horizon for water management in SA
The government has taken another vital step towards finalising the water management structures of the country with the latest proposal by the minister of water and sanitation for the reserve determination of the water resources of two catchments.
Flies carry even more bacteria than believed
But a new study suggests the insects carry far more dangerous bacteria than previously thought, meaning sandwiches are best avoided if they have been contaminated by flies, including salmonella, e-coli and even bacteria which lead to stomach ulcers and deadly sepsis.
South Africa boasts two of the world's 100 best cities for foodies
It takes more than Michelin-starred restaurants to make a city a great destination for food. Cape Town, which ranked 48th, and Durban which took the 69th spot feature in the list.
How can SA reverse its water crisis
South Africa is on the verge of a major water shortage according to a new report published by the WWF-SA and BCG. The study highlights the consequences of the issue and examines possible solutions.
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