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Tag Archives: South Africa
AFRICA: The continent tops a global ranking on pollution levels
The results of the “Global Health” study published recently in the British scientific journal The Lancet, reveal that the African continent is the most affected of the 9 million deaths caused annually by air pollution across the planet. This phenomenon, … Continue reading
11 out of Africa’s 15 most polluted cities are all in South Africa – report
Eleven out of the 15 most polluted African cities – excluding those in Nigeria – are in SA, according to a report by IQAir, a Swiss air quality technology and consultancy company. Pretoria, Vereeniging, Springs and Sasolburg are some of the … Continue reading
These areas have the worst air pollution in South Africa
While the main culprits may not surprise you, the bronze prize for pollution goes to a newcomer. The two regions in South Africa with the worst air pollution are repeat offenders and will not cause much surprise, but the area … Continue reading
Midrand’s ‘airpocalypse’ a reality with toxic air
On an air pollution scale, anything between zero and 20 is safe to breathe. At 300 things are labelled ‘airpocalypse’. In Midrand, Gauteng, pollution levels regularly hit 1 000. Sipho Kings used data, a bicycle and a helicopter to see … Continue reading
World’s deadliest air pollution spot is in South Africa
One of the world’s most air-polluted regions is a province of green rolling hills and wild flowers in eastern South Africa. Mpumalanga has the largest single area infected by the deadly air pollutant nitrogen dioxide, according to an analysis of satellite … Continue reading
Air pollution more deadly in Africa than malnutrition or dirty water, study warns
Annual human and economic cost of tainted air runs to 712,000 lost lives and £364bn, finds Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Africa’s air pollution is causing more premature deaths than unsafe water or childhood malnutrition, and could develop into … Continue reading
Where is the world’s most polluted city?
Outdoor air pollution kills 3.3 million people, mostly in cities, every year. That’s more than HIV, malaria and influenza combined – yet the sparse coverage of official data means many cities are not even monitored Every day, hundreds of millions … Continue reading
South Africa’s air pollution hotspots
According to statistics urban air pollution is linked to up to 2 million premature deaths world-wide each year. The World Health Organisation (WHO) air pollution database collected data on the outdoor (or ambient) air quality of 1600 cities from 91 … Continue reading