Our ungodly obsession with fossil fuel has come to a head as nation-wide protest action erupts around South Africa against the tsunami of oil and gas surveys and drilling around our coast, writes Spike.
Recent evidence suggests that white sharks may be returning to False Bay for the Christmas holidays, with four confirmed sightings of great white sharks in False Bay over the last nine days, reports Spike.
The inaugural Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans public art project in Africa has left a lasting legacy for ocean conservation and community activism in Cape Town, writes Spike.
Despite attempts by concerned residents and officials alerted to the scene, a swordfish that had beached itself at Gordons Bay this week kept returning to the shore and died.
Some amazing art is headed for the walls and streets of Cape Town as the PangeaSeed Foundation announces 11 SA and three international mural artists to participate in Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans.
A surfer artist passionate about protecting the West Coast of South Africa from illegal mining has painted the first mural of the Sea Walls mural project in Cape Town, writes Spike.
In a major victory for the future of the pristine Olifants River Estuary and surrounding communities of the West Coast, a crucial out-of-court agreement has been struck with mining company Trans Hex.