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What’s really going on in the Karoo? Talking points and insider views.
When Ivonne and Tommie Gentle moved from NIgel to Britstown to take over the Indraf
When stormclouds rumble over the drought-parched Karoo, prayers of gratitude rise along with the irresistible
South Africa’s education system is broken. But in a remote area of the Northern Cape
Kenhardt’s quiver trees (kokerbome) are the living – and dying – witnesses to climate change
In the Kalahari and Karoo, water is treated with a reverence not found in moister
The middle of October 2017 was a bad week for uranium miners and fracking supporters.
The possibility of fracking in the Karoo has provoked heated debate. Scientists Robert Scholes and
Towns get cleaned up, recyclers benefit, and children learn about arithmetic along with the value
An Australian company's efforts to mine for Karoo uranium have been thwarted again, this time
Uranium mining and radioactive dust in the Karoo could be a far greater and much
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