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Last month saw one of the biggest breakthroughs in the history of climate response. UN member countries gathered in France to discuss and approve a global deal for emission reductions. The agreement is poised to give a critical push towards reducing the impacts of global warming in the coming decades and beyond.
Labelling patients with conditions like schizophrenia or depression might become a thing of the past as doctors and scientists look beyond the symptoms to develop a new generation of psychiatric treatments. Theresa Taylor reports.
Game reserves around South Africa are removing their rhinos’ horns to protect the animals from poachers. Poaching of rhinos for their horns has become prolific and some conservationists say this is the only way to protect the animals.
JOHANNESBURG - There was chaos at the IEC's Auckland Park, Johannesburg centre on Thursday morning as presiding officers grew impatient at waiting for hours to have results verified.
Presiding officers staged a protest, saying they’re unhappy. They say they didn't sign up to work such long hours.
Irene, Gauteng, 18 June 2016 - ANC leaders are expected to announce the party's mayoral candidates for the major cities. They're holding a special National Executive Committee meeting in Irene, outside Pretoria. eNCA's reporter Theresa Taylor is there.
Two thousand young women and girls are being infected with HIV every week in South Africa. South Africa has an estimated 7 million HIV positive citizens. The country has rolled out the world's biggest anti-retroviral programme, but politicians say it's just one part of the solution.
Mpumalanga, 13 July 2015 - Mpumalanga’s rural communities are caught in the middle of a political power play. Conservationists have accused government of sacrificing vital ecology to promote mining.
EKURHULENI, GAUTENG - Balancing development and its potential impacts for human health is a key challenge for local government.
And nowhere is this more pronounced than in one of Africa's most industrialised areas, Ekurhuleni.
Ekurhuleni’s air quality is the worst in the country.
“Children who have only ever been shown violence will use violence. Children who have been sexually abused will in turn be sexually aggressive. They have no empathy for others. They will hurt other children or our staff without feeling sorry about it,” says Maretha van Zyl, child-care manager at Abraham Kriel Children’s Home.
Beer drinkers will be topping up their physics knowledge as well as their pint glasses this festive season. Beer mats sporting physics-related questions about their beloved beverage are now in bars across the country as part of the Institute of Physics's new Cheers Physics campaign.