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Enviro group takes SA government to court – Eskom in firing...

The High Court case, which was filed last week, states that the SA government  has violated the constitutional right to a healthy environment for people...

New African water purification for specific environments – Waterpod a brilliant...

A water purification system has been designed to offer a self-service drinking water refill solution for consumers. The system offers an alternative to single-use plastic...

Why rhino horn is used in Asian countries

One hears so many different reasons why rhino horn is used in Asia, so travelling there to get to the bottom of it all...

Mozambique’s Niassa Reserve – no elephants poached in a year (so...

The announcement on Monday of events celebrating Mozambique’s National Administration of Conservation Areas’ eighth birthday on Saturday, June 1, formed the backdrop for the...

Yet another Chinese atrocity – graphic photos not for sensitive...

Donkeys are the new Chinese we-want-it. Herewith 2 shocking photos from Oxpeckers,  the international investigative network on animal abuse. Source: Oxpeckers.org or LinkedIn/Oscar Nkala  

Bo-Kaap locations become national heritage sites

NINETEEN sites in Cape Town's oldest neighborhood have been declared national heritage sites. "The community spirit of Bo-Kaap, as described in many historical studies, has...

Another SPCA branch shutdown

  THE National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) on           Monday confirmed the closure of another SPCA in Kriel,Mpumalanga and said its due...

Rangers call for public support in fight against rhino poaching

THE Kruger National Park (KNP) Section Rangers at the Crocodile Bridge have called on the public to support their projects aimed at fighting rhino...

NewsHorn Editions 139,137,138, “Mbombela, Nkomazi & Bohlabela” including Mozambique and Swaziland

Your FREE online and printed newspaper of choice The affordable option to grow your business Serving Mpumalanga, Mozambique and Swaziland Download the latest NewsHorn for you area...

1,700+ Species Now at Risk From Human Action, Researchers Report

As human growth adds to our numbers and demands, other species’ survival chances drop. Scientists can now name 1,700 creatures at great risk. Source: 1,700+...