Ferial Haffajee: It's Greta vs. Gwede as SA announces new energy plan

Oct 20 2019 15:59

The 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg has set a new global standard in how environmental policy is measured. With energy being an essential part of shaping sustainability, how does Energy and Mineral Resources minister Gwede Mantashe’s blueprint released on Friday measure up?


Landlord vs. tenant: When can you cut electricity or change the locks?

Oct 20 2019 18:45

As a landlord in dispute with your tenant you may well be tempted to avoid the delay and cost of litigation by taking your own eviction or enforcement action. Bad idea, says Jack Crook.

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OPINION: Noisy neighbours? These are your rights

Oct 15 2019 15:35

SA law distinguishes between 'Disturbing Noise', which is objective and scientifically measurable, and a 'Noise Nuisance', explains Roy Bregman.


The climate change threat to Victoria Falls

Oct 12 2019 07:15

Receding water levels at Kariba Dam have meant the two countries that generate electricity from it have to look elsewhere for power supplies. But if climate change has its way, the two countries might lose another key economic contributor and major tourist attraction - Victoria Falls.

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