Certified biomimicry professional & founder of Biomimicry SA Claire Janisch chats about how biomimicry can help humans adapt.
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‘Each cyclist on the tour is given a path and we have to raise a certain amount of money every year’ - Yusuf Morris, cyclist
Founder of Warrior on Wheels Deirdré Gower chats about her excitement leading up to the event.
The department is encouraging all South Africans to keep saving water as parts of country grapple with one of the worst droughts.
Parly spokesman Moloto Mothapo says everything is ready for the State of the Nation Address which is scheduled for Friday.
The department says it has experienced an influx of walk in learners from other provinces compared to previous years.
It's unclear how the motion in CoCT would go but if it's in De Lille's favour it will complicate things, says Sanusha Naidu.
Bonita Bennett says that the walk happens every year on the 11th Feb because that's when District 6 was declared a white area.
Movie writer Gayle Edmunds talks about the film, ‘The Disaster Movie’ & the implications of Franco's sexual assault allegations.