Recyclers are prepared for the holidays – but they need your...

Recycling SMMEs around South Africa recently received an early Christmas gift which will aid them in their hard work to rid...

Age no hindrance for young, award-winning eco-warrior

While Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg continues to make a global impact, South Africa's own young eco-warriors are also making important...

Cape Town voted one of world’s top-10 most beautiful cities in...

With all its natural splendour and cosmopolitan flair, it comes as no surprise that the Mother City has officially been named...

Cape Town startup brings home the bacon with edible bowls

Munch Bowls has given new meaning to "so hungry you could eat your plate" with their edible takeaway bowls which...

Big-hearted Bay birthday boy gifts orphaned baby rhinos

Inspired by acclaimed documentary Stroop and Leon Schuster's Frank and Fearless, a Port Elizabeth youngster has put conservation above celebration by...

New packaging guidelines have been put together by South Africans looking...

Smart, sustainably sourced and recyclable packaging design – which keeps plastic out of the environment – is the focus of the...

SA teen wins international photography award for rhino photo

A South African teenager has won a prestigious environmental photographic award for his powerful photo of a rhino dehorning.

Kudos for locally designed zero-energy house

A zero-energy house designed and built by students at UCT and Stellenbosch University has received acclaim in Africa’s first solar design...

Fashion awards recognise sustainable businesses in SA

The inaugural Twyg Awards is a celebration and recognition of designers’ innovative and beautiful, sustainable work. The...

Construction starts on SA’s first plastic road

Construction has begun on South Africa's first plastic road which will be created from pellets of waste plastic. The road is being constructed in Jeffreys...

Local student wins prize for edible and environmentally friendly straws

Moved by a Facebook post of a sea turtle with a plastic straw stuck in its nose, Leila Siljeur, 19, felt she had to...

This young woman’s Limpopo farming operation has been given a boost

One of the youngest female farmers in Limpopo, Mahlatse Matlakana employs four people from her local Ga-Kibi Village on an 8-hectare green pepper farm. Now...