• Communities, mining corporations and corruption in South Africa, The Conversation, 7 February 2019 (https://theconversation.com/communities-mining-corporations-and-corruption-in-south-africa-111007)
  • Why there’s resistance to coal mining at a world heritage site in South Africa, The Conversation, 12 September 2018 (https://theconversation.com/why-theres-resistance-to-coal-mining-at-a-world-heritage-site-in-south-africa-102816)
  • Dullstroom mining development hindering environmental sustainability, March 2017
  • Carbon trading prolongs environmental racism at Africa’s largest municipal dump , December 2011
  • A future towards renewable energy in South Africa: A view of the energy crisis in South Africa, May 2010
  • Your solution is not my solution: The Bisasar landfill, incineration, transfer stations and the left in the slums, November 2005.
  • Government and industry: Killing us softly: Dioxin and human health, August 2005.
  • Deputy Minister says NO to burning of hazardous waste in cement kilns, June 2005.
  • UNEP meeting backtracks on the phase-out of mercury use and emissions, March 2005.
  • Civil Society speaks out against uncontrolled and unlawful waste management, March 2005.
  • Chemical Safety and Obsolete Stocks: Profits before people or responsible waste management, November 2004.
  • US Landfill exchange: Global communities unite, August 2004.
  • Hospital workers unite, May 2004.
  • Health care waste management: Planting the seeds of sustainability within Africa, May 2004.
  • Fair is foul and foul is fair: Cement kilns incinerate while people’s health deteriorates, February 2004.
  • Communities uniting to ‘first do no harm’, May 2003
  • African solutions to African problems: Developing countries doing it for themselves, August 2003.
  • Global Alliance Network: United communities for sustainability, May 2003.
  • My problem, but not in my back yard: Pushing polluting technologies to the South, February 2003.
  • Obsolete pesticides in Southern Africa: Disposal with a cure, February 2003
  • Crimes against Communities, the tales corporates tell, November 2002.
  • EYE visit: Exchange of Young Executives Foundation Skillshare, August 2002.
  • Sanctioning the Stockholm Convention in Africa: NGO’s unite in support of a common POP’s elimination goal, May 2002.
  • Waste projects – ‘Enough is enough’ civil society voice their concerns at National Workshop on health care waste and incineration, May 2002.
  • Incineration Vs Alternative Technology, March 2002.
  • Edendale hospital improves in leaps and bounds, March 2002.
  • Environmental Racism – when is it going to end? November 2001.
  • Ngwelezana hospital takes positive action, November 2001.
  • Health Care Waste Skillshare, June 2001
  • Medical waste incineration: Bad medicine, June 2001.