Conservationists Call for Speedy Investigations Into Death of 7 Rhinos

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Conservationists and environmentalists have called for speedy investigations into the death of seven black rhinos at the Tsavo East National Park.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Conservationists and environmentalists have called for speedy investigations into the death of seven black rhinos at the Tsavo East National Park.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Playground for Rats at Redhill Informal Settlement

[GroundUp] Residents of KwaMathambo Informal Settlement in Redhill, north of Durban, say they are fed up with living alongside a rat infested illegal dump. The eThekwini municipality collects garbage once a week but without a proper dumping site nearby…

[GroundUp] Residents of KwaMathambo Informal Settlement in Redhill, north of Durban, say they are fed up with living alongside a rat infested illegal dump. The eThekwini municipality collects garbage once a week but without a proper dumping site nearby, residents dump garbage on vacant land across the road from the settlement.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Deadly Grayston Drive Bridge Collapse Inquiry Completes Its Work

[News24Wire] The inquiry into the Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist structural bridge collapse is waiting for legal representatives of interested stakeholders to submit written heads of argument, the Department of Labour said on Friday.

[News24Wire] The inquiry into the Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist structural bridge collapse is waiting for legal representatives of interested stakeholders to submit written heads of argument, the Department of Labour said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Encounters in the Kalahari Unlock Secrets of Our Healing and Reconciliation

[Daily Maverick] He is barely five feet tall. You will not see him in a crowd. One can read his 89 years of age in the wrinkles of his face. He can’t read or write. He can’t even sign his name. But he can sing the future. iGubi is one of our last San S…

[Daily Maverick] He is barely five feet tall. You will not see him in a crowd. One can read his 89 years of age in the wrinkles of his face. He can't read or write. He can't even sign his name. But he can sing the future. iGubi is one of our last San Shamans on this planet. If he has no formal Western education, he holds the greatest knowledge, like a Book of Eli, to save humanity. Do we have the wisdom to realise he holds the key to our future?

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa