Is this a global re-run of the Milgram obedience and the Stanford prison experiments?
With the right legislation, the plant could financially benefit the average South African
Although only a small percentage of people abuse drink, they can wreak all sorts of havoc
The government must not cave to Eskom’s demand that it be exempt from air pollution rules. Furthermore, the power utility needs to stay true to the principles of its own just transition strategy
Some corporates, some philanthropists, and some governments, the United States in particular, have a vested interest in a global pandemic — and the stats of infection rates and deaths are useful to them.
Is the coronavirus mortality rate, fallible as it is, even the number we should be focusing on right now?
A United Nations and World Health Organisation report released last week (South Africa’s national water week) has claimed a near victory in achieving one of the most important Millennium Development Goals: making drinking water accessible to millions of the poor. According to the report, titled Progress on Drinking Water and Sanitation 2012, “over two billion […]