Showing posts from November, 2011

Day 3 COP17 Wrap up of delegates concerned over the Kyoto Protocol #COP17

Day 3 COP17 wrap up of main discussions #COP17

Day 3 COP17 wrap up of Gender and Climate Change #COP17

Nine-million available for young scientists #COP17

Department of Environmental Affairs says the Green Climate Fund necessary #COP17

Minister Pandor at YSSSP launch #COP17

New technology created for Climate Change #COP17

Melting Glaciers in the Himalayas #COP17

Kyoto Protocol main discussion on day 3 at #COP17

Zille slams government over children dying from starvation

The African Group says the Kyoto Protocol is important #COP17

Delegates issues with the CDM #COP17

Christmas comes early for domestic workers

Greenpeace says renewable energy can work #COP17

Presidency denies that Willie Hofmeyr has been fired

UN conference confronted with farm murder scourge

Eastgate Mall device not a bomb

Day 2 COP17 wrap up of exhibitions #COP17

Day 2 COP17 Sustainable Energy wrap up #COP17

COP17 Day 2 Wrap-up #COP17

Innovative technologies await on Green Climate Fund #COP17

DA says ANC wants to buy its councilors

Sea rising levels a major concern for South Africa #COP17

Enough gas discovered to supply in all of South Africa’s energy needs

Qatar to host COP18/CMP8 #COP17

Free houses for Anglo Platinum workers

Canada to pull out of the Kyoto Protocol #COP17

Business Council for Sustainable Energy calls for Green Climate Fund #COP17

Lesotho Going Green at #COP17

7 year old found dead near Plettenberg Bay

Mpumalanga ANC Youth League loses half its elective committee

Greenpeace criticises President Jacob Zuma’s leadership

WWF Tasneem Essop interview #COP17

WWF Tasneem Essop concerned about the Green Climate Fund #COP17

President Jacob Zuma #COP17

Former COP President Patricia Espinosa #COP17

Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC Christiana Figueres #COP17

COP17 President Maite Nkoana-Mashabane #COP17

Bomb threat at Eastgate Mall

ANC concerned about information leaks

SA Air Force Chief back at work

COP17 kicks off in Durban #COP17

Minister to get tough on drunk drivers

Missing alert: Danie Kirsten

Africa promised billions in push against climate change

Fight against climate change gains momentum

Two children killed in an accident

Cabinet ministers wear green on the eve of Cop17

Malema turns to farming

Tourists evacuated from Timbuktu

Malema turns to farming

Thousands of law enforcers ready for COP17

Angie Motsheka and Blade Nzimande blamed for over spending

Mavericks strip club ordered to remove sexist billboard

Suspected right-wing activists to appear in court

Warning of tough economic times ahead

Prepaid power system down nationwide

31% of South African cities residents in denial about climate change

The army storms Lavender Hill

Constitutional Court review rings alarm bells

Elderly couple attacked in their farm

No more free flights for former Presidents and Deputies

South African professor sentenced in New Zealand

Secrecy Bill committee welcomed

Youth League remains defiant

An alleged gang leader arrested in Mitchell’s Plain

Hospital staff accused of raping patients

Cosatu prepared to take Secrecy Bill to Constitutional Court

317 suspects arrested in four days in the province

Durban ready for COP 17 summit next week

Christian Democratic Party applauds defiant ANC MP’s

Treatment Action campaign faces closure

North West children die a shocking death

Service at public hospitals in Gauteng disrupted

South Africans in for wet weather

Satanic ritual case postponed

Fedusa concerned over increasing cost of living

Empowerment of women scrutinised

A dedicated wall to be unveiled for 132 political prisoners

Inflation likely to exceed six-percent target

Pretoria’s name to be scrapped soon

ANC defends Secrecy Bill

Scopa to probe Patricia De Lille in investment scandal

Skwatsha challenges Zille unsafe sex proposal

Missing Child Found: Dylan Gowe

Protection of State Information bill passed in Parliament

3rd suspect arrested in Atlantis

2-year old reported missing in Bishop Lavis

SA has the world’s highest number of people living with HIV

Nelson Mandela Centre concerned about Information Bill

Sanef supports M&G's bid to get permission to publish a report

Constitutional Court could have final say on Secrecy Bill

ANC Youth League denies fabricating constitution amendments

SAMWU against Information Bill

Prepaid electricity customers left in the dark over the weekend

State Security Agency slams the so-called Secrecy bill critics

DA calls for urgent meeting of parliamentary oversight body

Raped cancer patient passes away

Motlanthe unhappy about sporting codes like soccer and Olympics

Crawford-Browne hits out at French company Thales over arms deal

R70 million set aside to fund post-school studies

Mitchells Plain residents oppose bail for alleged murderer

Pressure builds on Mac Maharaj

Two senior Gauteng officials could be fired

85 homeless in Cape Town after fires

Man dies after bee attack

More allegations against Mac Maharaj

Maharaj lays charges against the Mail and Guardian and journalist Sam Sole

Government seemingly not in agreement over Walmart deal

Global warming could make parts of the world unliveable

Global warming could make parts of the world unliveable

City alerts residents and visitors to extreme heat and high fire danger

Controversial South African cricketer dies at 80

ANC schedules Secrecy Bill consultations

ANC leader’s fraud case postponed

More suspects arrested in Chanelle Henning’s killing

Tokyo Sexwale responds to racism accusations against Sepp Blatter

Young couple assaulted in Western Cape farm attack

Right wing flag hoisted at North West hospital