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Elephant Seal visitor

This young elephant seal male has been around the peninsula for a while. He was first tagged in Buffels Bay, Cape Point last year. If you look at the images in this post, he is developing a trunk. HeRead more

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Swim like a Shark

By Janis Theron What do you feel about sharks? Are they scary, majestic, evil or fascinating? Have you ever seen a shark, or know someone who has been attacked by a shark? Do you live near the ocean orRead more

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The Future of the Far South Peninsula – Facing Facts

Civic organisations in the Far South Peninsula have commented on the draft Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) for the area. A leaflet - “Facing Facts – Essential Information for our Future” - has been compiled by Lesley Shackleton,Read more

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Chemical fertilizers into Africa – for profits or for people?

The organisation's efforts align with the Green Revolution push in Africa to move farmers away from traditional systems to commercial ones reliant on high levels of external inputs (seeds, fertilisers, pesticides, etc.).

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Proposed electrification of game fence at Cape Point Reserve to restrict baboons

To help prevent baboon incursions into Scarborough and Misty Cliffs, Human Wildlife services have proposed to electrify the section of the CoGH fence adjacent to Scarborough...

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African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) lodges appeal against GM ‘drought tolerant’ maize

The African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) is taking on the  South African Government and Monsanto over controversial GM ‘drought tolerant’ maize. A report from ACB follows: The African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) has on 7th August 2015, lodged an appeal toRead more

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