Cape Town Aquifers: ecologists warn that depleting the aquifers would threaten the unique biodiversity of the Cape Floral Region, a UNESCO World Heritage site. “You can literally wipe out a species by developing an area not bigger than a tennis court,” says Adam West, an ecologist at the University of Cape Town. In a letter to local authorities, West and four colleagues argued that the drilling would mar the heritage site, and lowering the water table would harm dozens of wetland species.
Creative idea Ukrainian artist Anna Bu Kliewer grew up in Germany and is a mixed media artist working in both analogue and digital collage. At Anna began travelling the world, living in seven countries, incl
Willie Schlechter was born in Joubertina in 1982 and matriculated from the Lady Grey Arts Academy. He received a BA FA (fine art) degree in 2004, and an MPhil VA (illustration) degree in 2008 from the University of Stellenbosch. During his Masters studies he was introduced to botanical art by Vicky Thomas, and has since been working mainly within this genre. Willie taught Art and Design at Stellenberg High School in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town from 2008 to 2016. During this time he…
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