Israel South Africa Water Week

ISRAEL SOUTH AFRICA WATER WEEK TO SHARE GLOBAL EXPERTISE AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR FIGHTING DROUGHT The Embassy of Israel is proud to announce the first Israel South Africa Water Week that will include three main events; June 6th in Johannesburg, June 8th in Cape Town and …

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Mining is Sucking South Africa Dry – Poor Governance

DMR IS SUCKING SOUTH AFRICA’S ‘WATER FACTORIES’ DRY Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 23 May 2016 – The Centre for Environmental Rights’ latest report Zero Hour: Poor Governance of Mining and the Violation of Environmental Rights in Mpumalanga [1], has found that the Department of Minerals Resources …

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South Africas Giant Solar Plant

South Africas Giant Solar Plant TerniEnergia, an Italian company, recently completed its giant solar plant near Citrusdal in the Western Cape. According to Times Live once the 82.5MW Paleisheuwel photovoltaic plant reaches optimal operation it will be able to generate a further 153GWh per year, …

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Dead Dolphins In Fukushima

Japanese scientists have said they have never seen anything as horrific as the massive group of dead dolphins discovered stranded on a beach near the site of the 2011 Fukushima disaster. After conducting an autopsy the scientists found that the dolphins’ lungs were white – which they say is …

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Worthless Shiva Mine Valued at R14.7bn

A brief history of the Dominion mine is that it was first owned by Aflease, and then by Uranium One. An extensive and professional feasibility study on Dominion was published on 13 September 1996, by the then Gold and Uranium Division Geology Department of Anglo …

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NASA Admit Spraying Poisonous Chemtrails

NASA Admit Spraying Poisonous Chemtrails – NASA have admitted to spraying lethal chemtrails into our atmosphere – saying that lithium being sprayed into the Earths ionosphere helps to treat people with manic depression or bi-polar disorder.  NASA personnel have come forward saying that lithium, along …

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Worst air pollution in South Africa

The World Health Organization has released its 2016 update to the Global Urban Ambient Air Pollution Database, revealing which regions in the world have dirtiest air. The database covers over 3,000 cities across the world, measuring fine particle matter (both PM2.5 and PM10 microns) in …

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Honey Bees Still Dying At Alarming Rates

After a few years of hopeful signs that America’s bee populations might be bouncing back, there’s some bad news for the insects: over the past year, the USDA has found, over 44% of honeybee colonies have died off across America. While it’s slightly lower than …

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