Researchers at Alexandria University in Egypt have found a cost-effective desalination technology which can filter salt water in minutes without using electricity.
World Water Summit kicks off Water Week and here’s an update on SA dams and local water affairs.
It’s World Water Day and the theme for this year is “Why waste water?” Here’s a look at how water is distributed in South Africa and the importance of saving water.
Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese author, researcher and entrepreneur, who claimed that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular, crystaline structure of water.
With World TB Day on Friday, March 24, a dietitian, research assistant and anti-TB advocate reflects on her own experience of TB to call attention to this disease “that causes so much suffering in this country”. Here’s what you need to know.
The Hoedspruit community’s focal point this Human Rights day is standing together against Xenophobic attacks.
South Africa is celebrating Human Rights Day. You may not agree, but all prisoners have rights to and in addition, prisoners who are awaiting trial and prisoners who have not yet been sentenced have certain extra rights.
When you are in a situation where you get racially attacked, do you know what to do?
As South Africans, we like to arbitrarily and endlessly (re)define our national identity to the drumbeat of ‘Apartheid’.
On 21 March of every year, South Africa celebrates Human Rights Day to commemorate The Sharpeville Massacre. Here are five facts around the public holiday.
Here are some (possibly) lesser known fighters for the freedom and human rights of their people. From Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it to Beyers Naude – are there one or two that you may not have heard of or thought about?