Miriam Mannak

Sustainable development journalist in Cape Town, South Africa. Writes for local & global titles about renewables, social development and anything ethical/green
Miriam Mannak
Sustainable development journalist in Cape Town, South Africa. Writes for local & global titles about renewables, social development and anything ethical/green

Latest from Miriam Mannak

Countdown to Day Zero: Cape Town contemplates permanent water-scare life as it fights worst drought

Authorities are seeking ways to battle the shortage, including building desalination plants, extracting groundwater from aquifers and reducing water leaks due to ageing infrastructure

5 Apr 2018 - 8:32AM

Authorities are seeking ways to battle the shortage, including building desalination plants, extracting groundwater from aquifers and reducing water leaks due to ageing infrastructure

Countdown to Day Zero: Cape Town contemplates permanent water-scare life as it fights worst drought
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From Cape to Cairo: telling Africa’s stories to the world on stage
Singing to a different tune: Youssou N’Dour and Angélique Kidjo campaign for Africa