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Policy uncertainty worsens; Eskom largest threat to the economy

By: Schalk Burger     4th July 2022 The North West University (NWU) Business School’s Policy Uncertainty Index (PUI) increased to 60.9 during the second quarter, from 59.7 in the first quarter, and remains well in negative territory. This is the highest level recorded since the inception of the PUI in 2016. 

After 40 years of extinction, rhinos return to Mozambique

By: Reuters     4th July 2022 Over four decades after they became extinct locally, rhinos are roaming again the wilds of Mozambique, which is bringing the endangered species from South Africa in efforts to breathe new life into its parks and boost local tourism. A group of rangers captured, sedated and moved black and white... 

Best practices, governance can create sustainable local wildlife economies

By: Schalk Burger     1st July 2022 Sustainable wildlife economies that directly benefit local communities and provide resources to support development, can be created, but require best practices and standardisation to ensure the quality, safety and marketability of products and services, as well as transparency across the value... 

Red Sea multi-utilities project, Saudi Arabia

By: Sheila Barradas     1st July 2022 The Red Sea multi-utilities project is the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project. 

Rio Tinto to help Mongolia tackle climate change, desertification

By: Reuters     27th June 2022  Rio Tinto on Friday signed an agreement with Mongolia's environment ministry to address climate change and desertification issues in the country where the global miner operates the massive Oyu Tolgoi copper mine. Between 2022 and 2026, the Anglo-American miner's local unit will help the east... 

Indigenous Ecuadorans fight back as metal mining eats into Amazon

By: Reuters     24th June 2022 The brightly colored chiva bus rocked back and forth, branches scraping across its sides, as it traveled down the narrow dirt road traversing mountain ranges of the Cordillera del Condor, in Ecuador's southern Amazon. The region, which stretches about 150 km along the border with Peru, is famous... 

Is it possible to convert old coal mines into successful farms?

By: Darren Parker     24th June 2022 The rehabilitation of South Africa’s closed coal mines has long been a source of contention among miners, environmental activists and affected communities. Numerous old mines were not rehabilitated at all, while many others were rehabilitated to within only the bare minimum requirements of the... 

Local bridge construction of concern

By: Tracy Hancock     24th June 2022 The quality of new bridges being built generally complies with South African National Road Agency Limited (Sanral) standards, which are aligned with international best practice, but the quality of the construction of these bridges is concerning, says South African Institute of Steel Construction... 

Is it possible to convert old coal mines into successful farms? 

By: Darren Parker     24th June 2022 The rehabilitation of South Africa’s closed coal mines has long been a source of contention among miners, environmental activists and affected communities. Numerous old mines were not rehabilitated at all, while many others were rehabilitated to within only the bare minimum requirements of the... 

Tourism, travel industries welcome repeal of remaining Covid-19 restrictions

By: Schalk Burger     23rd June 2022 A range of tourism and travel organisations and businesses have welcomed the lifting of the last Covid-19 restrictions, including those that had been in place at ports of entry and those restricting the size of gatherings. Association Of Southern African Travel Agents CEO Otto de Vries said the... 

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