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Real food for health is green and sustainable

Far be it from me to climb onto a bandwagon – as greenies we set rather than follow trends. I do believe in always keeping an open mind, though, and not judging anything until I have first-hand experience. So when I heard about banting earlier this year and the tremendous health benefits reported, I had to … [Read More...]


How green is our city?

I thought that you might be interested in a green issue with the Cape Town City Council, writes our reader, Peter Brooks: Their CTCC is claiming to be green - and they are doing some good things, like supporting … [Read More...]

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Save your rands, build with sand

Sand has been the most widely used construction material for the last 10 000 years and even today at least a third of the world’s population live in houses built of sand. The idea of making walls by stacking bags … [Read More...]

False Bay Hope Spot Dive

Diving for Hope on the stormy seas

Cape Town is not called the Cape of Storms for no reason- and December is a notoriously windy month! Friday the 5th was no exception! Dr Sylvia Earle arrived to a windswept False Bay, white caps chasing each other … [Read More...]