It’s easy to assume that living in a city means contributing to the carbon radiating from it. Cities generally have a large carbon footprint. Traffic is more dense, tall buildings use more energy and on a wind free, summer’s day in Cape Town, the smog hangs more thickly in the city bowl. 964 more words
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How township vegetable farms are employing the poor while enchanting our dinner tables.
It’s mid-morning at Nyanga Junction, the largest train station in this part of the Cape Flats. 999 more words
Saturday morning. Tokai Plantation’s parking lot.
Mountain bikers and hikers are gearing up or gearing down and I am afraid that Cape Town’s early risers are going to spoil my chance of a peaceful breakfast and a walk through the arboretum – a tree museum of sorts. 267 more words
The northeast of South Africa is home to some of its best-visited tourist attractions. On the one side is Kruger National Park and the upmarket, private game lodges that surround it. 536 more words