Articles by Tony Carnie

Why is Durban splurging R50 million on a sea pier extension?

City’s sand-pumping scheme had become dysfunctional due to neglect

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15 July 2020

Enjoy the fresh air while it lasts! Lockdown causes drop in SA air pollution

This may be little comfort to people facing hunger or crippling job losses because of the lockdown, but air pollution is nevertheless a major global killer

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8 May 2020

Eleventh-hour delay in court case involving King Goodwill Zwelithini

Zulu royal land trust is accused of “extorting” millions from rural residents

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20 November 2019

Silver lining to Dusi pollution calamity?

Durban-Pietermaritzburg river pollution is a microcosm of nationwide water pollution control failures

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14 November 2019

Ambitious plans underway for homegrown South African climate change model

“We should not just sit and wait for others to bring us solutions. We should be part of the solution.”

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29 July 2019