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Bronkhorstspruit :: South Africa | updated 2010-09-28 15:04:05 -0700 | sports-news

Panjo the Bengal tiger has been found alive in Verena, Mpumalanga, on Wednesday, Justin Fernandez, the son of Goosey, the tiger's owner said. "It is in the bakkie on his way back to the farm, it is perfect," he said...
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Source: Mail and Guardian

Amsterdam :: Netherlands | updated 2010-09-27 09:54:54 -0700 | technology-news

It comes out of the Mpumalanga province and it's not supposed to be there," said Louw Steyn. Steyn said if the tiger was being kept in Mpumalanga, it was there illegally. "I have checked, and there is no tiger registered...
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Breaking News: 500 African penguins freeze to death in South Africa
Posted by: Christopher Szabó

Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2012-03-11 22:53:12 -0700 | green-news

Nearly 500 rare African Penguins have died in the past 24 hours as a result of extremely cold weather in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province. An AFP report quoted a national parks agency spokesperson, Megan Taplin, who said: "The chicks,...
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Breaking News: Beached whales rescued from Cape Town beach
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Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2012-03-11 21:47:45 -0700 | green-news

Two whales have been rescued from Muizenberg beach in Cape Town beach by civil society groups and local authorities after the animals threw themselves on the shore and remained stranded. The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI), Marine and Coastal Management...
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Breaking News: Can South Africa Green The World Cup?
Posted by: Beth Buczynski

Durban :: South Africa | updated 2012-11-02 17:52:50 -0700 | green-news

Despite the coveted flashes of gold, silver and bronze, many people were concerned with another color at the recent 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver- green.Although the Vancouver Olympic Commitee pledged to offset 118,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, is was...
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Breaking News: A pet snake required emergency veterinary surgery after it attempted to eat his own tail.
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Fort Beaufort :: South Africa | updated 2011-08-06 04:03:25 -0700 | green-news

Reggie, a 3ft kingsnake, almost had to be put down when it mistook its tail for another snake and took a bite, but found itself unable to regurgitate the tail due to its backward-facing teeth. The snake’s owner was only...
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Breaking News: Baboon Fred Eating a Piece of Fruit After Breaking into Car
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Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2014-03-02 21:25:16 -0800 | green-news

SOUTH AFRICA - Baboon Fred sits inside a car eating a piece of fruit on the outskirts of Cape Town after breaking inside the car. Visitors heading to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup are worried about the high...
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Breaking News: Environmental Disaster Averted Off Cape Town
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Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2012-03-11 20:48:27 -0700 | green-news

South African disaster managers say they are confident they can remove oil from a stricken cargo ship in Cape Town’s Table Bay. The Turkish ship Seli 1 ran aground Tuesday and the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) took off the...
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Source: News 24

Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2014-07-23 03:04:41 -0700 | green-news

The chief of the Mhlongo clan has angered neighbouring farmers in Carolina because he is renting land claim land to squatters instead of farming, Beeld newspaper reported on Wednesday. Clan head Reuben Ndlovu Dlangamandla was reportedly renting out plots on...
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Breaking News: Inaugural World Wildlife Day highlights importance of global biodiversity
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Nigel :: South Africa | updated 2014-03-03 18:06:24 -0800 | green-news

Since the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) was adopted on March 3, 1973, the world has made advances in protecting threatened species from the global trade market. But even with 35,000 species...
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Source: Fox News

Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2014-06-24 11:13:59 -0700 | green-news

A mere six months after researchers said computer modeling proved pocket gophers , over the course of several hundred years of scurrying and burrowing, formed the bizarre-patterned earthen "Mima mounds" in Washington state, a new team of researchers claims that...
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Source: The Conversation

Cape Town :: South Africa | updated 2014-06-26 23:03:29 -0700 | green-news

Louisa Richmond I spent a few years in South Africa searching for the elusive brown hyaena. The aim of the study was to assess the differences in the distribution and abundance of brown hyaena between protected and unprotected farmland areas...
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Source: United Press International

Orkney :: South Africa | updated 2014-06-06 06:53:14 -0700 | green-news

Snake-like buoys sitting off the coast of Scotland have been tested to the point they have proven their reliability, Pelamis Wave Energy said. Two machines sitting at the European Marine Energy Center in Orkney logged 10,000 hours of grid-connected service...
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Source: Guardian Unlimited

Johannesburg :: South Africa | updated 2014-07-16 22:17:37 -0700 | green-news

Jeff Barbee and David Smith in Fuleni, South Africa Thursday 17 July 2014 00.30 EDT Share this article T he surface of a pool near the Imfolozi river ripples as a white rhino, its young calf close by, lowers its mouth...
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Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Soweto :: South Africa | updated 2014-06-02 10:05:45 -0700 | green-news

Anglican archbishop Desmond Tutu sparked controversy across the province during his visit to Fort McMurray.  Tutu, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the fight against apartheid in South Africa, has taken strong stands on climate change...
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