The practice of collecting rainwater and storing it for subsequent use either indoors or outdoors might just be the solution for South Africa’s water crisis. Here are three reasons why.
Here are 7 evidence-based health benefits of drinking lots of water.
With water shortages becoming a more frequent problem around the world, these smartphone applications can help us save water.
Researchers at Alexandria University in Egypt have found a cost-effective desalination technology which can filter salt water in minutes without using electricity.
Human beings are very good at discriminating against each other but the one thing we collectively agree on is good food. Just take a look at the origins of different crops and food items that have traveled the world.
Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese author, researcher and entrepreneur, who claimed that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular, crystaline structure of water.
World Water Summit kicks off Water Week and here’s an update on SA dams and local water affairs.
It’s World Water Day and the theme for this year is “Why waste water?” Here’s a look at how water is distributed in South Africa and the importance of saving water.
Tuberculosis and malnutrition are linked in a seemingly endless vicious circle. For World TB Day, here are some pointers, that can help combat the disease.
It’s Water Week and with the plastic pollution situation globally not really easing up we need to ask ourselves to what extent we are contributing to the situation by buying bottled water if we can safely drink tap water.
On 21 March of every year, South Africa celebrates Human Rights Day to commemorate The Sharpeville Massacre. Here are five facts around the public holiday.