Archive | June, 2012
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Wonder Market 1 July, 9 – 2pm!

Durbanites, check out the Wonder Market this Saturday, run by our buddies, Bruce and Tarryn. In particular CJM, grower of indigenous trees, shrubs and ground cover in KZN. 🙂 We are starting this month off with a bang, with lots of delicious new food and drink to tempt your tastebuds and satisfy those tummies. Chef Talya […]

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Durbs Gardener needed

Please help! I’m looking to employ a gardener to work once a week in Morningside, Durban. I’d like someone who doesn’t need to be directed all the time, and who has some knowledge of gardening. I don’t have a big garden, so there’s not much to do – just mowing the lawn, weeding the grass, […]

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R25m funding to fight wildlife crime

The Department of Environmental Affairs says it welcomes the approval by the Council of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) of funding to the tune of R25 million, aimed at strengthening the current wildlife forensic capabilities in South Africa to combat wildlife crimes. “The funding is aimed at assisting the South African government in reducing the poaching […]

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It all started in the Eastern Cape

Whether you are Bill Gates, Lady Gaga or Julius Malema, chances are that your forefathers came from the Eastern Cape. This is according to research by Curtis Marean, a professor at the Arizona State University, in the USA. Curtis has just received funding of R10-million from the world’s leading funding organisation, the National Science Foundation, […]

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Watch 131 Years of Global Warming in 26 Seconds

Since we launched this video in late January, more than 250,000 people have watched it as it has bounced around the digital globe. The video, which comes to us from our friends at NASA, is an amazing 26-second animation depicting how temperatures around the globe have warmed since 1880. That year is what scientists call the beginning […]

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