As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
Sprinkles early. Morning clouds. Mild.
And probably opt for pre-loved item and disposing of irreparable clothes responsibly.
This week's UN's SDG Summit showed heads of state requesting the private sector's urgent help, and business leaders answering the call.
South Africa cannot allow its best agricultural land to be dug up and used for coal, says Mike Muller, adjunct professor at the University of the Witwatersrand School of Governance.
A new report from Knorr and WWF reveals what we should be eating more of today to build a better tomorrow.
The retailer used recycled plastic bottles, plastic cutlery and plastic hangers.
A reusable, eco-friendly cup made from renewable bamboo, now available nationwide at any Mugg & Bean On The Move.
Levi's debuted a soft cotton-hemp blend, and its head of innovation expects to have 100% cottonised-hemp garments in five years.
In Dunkeld, Johannesburg, a mixed-use precinct development is rising. The goal: 14 000 employment opportunities and accommodation for 2 500 residents in a single environment where people can live, work and play.
Adidas has unveiled the Futurecraft Loop, a 100% recyclable running shoe with materials that can be used again and again.
Corporates must prepare to feel the pinch from various quarters as governments face mounting pressure to collect tax revenue, says an expert at Schroders.
Sustainable fashion start-up Mi Terro created the Milk Tee to put wasted dairy product to good use — for both their customers and the environment.
'The health of the land is linked to people's health and future.' This is the ethos of Khaya Mposula, an organic farmer in the Eastern Cape.
We dare not continue to postpone mounting an aggressive campaign to tackle the multiple challenges we face. Orthodox economic models are clearly inappropriate to address the unemployment crisis, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
On a global, national and individual level, we need to do everything we can to reduce our environmental impact, and it starts with the food on our plates.
Kering, which owns fashion brands Gucci and Saint Laurent, said on 15 May it would only work with models over 18 to represent adults from 2020. The group's chairman and chief executive Francois-Henri Pinault said in a statement the company has a "responsibility" for the "best possible practices" and hopes others in the industry will follow suit.
Adidas is making history with the launch of its first 100% recyclable trainers, expected to be fully rolled out in 2021.
Microsoft is accelerating its sustainability initiatives in an effort to meet its goal of reducing operational carbon emissions by 75% in the next decade, the company announced this week.
There is growing pressure on asset owners to show they care about sustainable investment, and investors are demanding real transparency, says an expert at Schroders.
In just over 100 years our food varieties have decreased. What now?
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