Luckily for the Cape Flats, eland antelope have a taste for the invasive plants that are encroaching on its diverse ecosystem. Conservationists are reintroducing the animals which were once pushed out by urbanization.
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On this week's Eco Africa, we learn how farmers in Namibia are keeping cheetahs away from livestock, see how popcorn can be used as a natural substitute to polystyrene, and shine a light on the solar energy revolution.
On this week's Eco Africa, we visit a man in Ghana who is showing former hunters how to get back to a balanced ecosystem, meet a Masai climate change warrior, and try out backpacks made from pineapples and cacti.
This week on Eco Africa we look at how beekeepers in Rwanda are preparing for a brighter future, see how hair clippings can be put to good use and learn how to build better housing in South Africa's Soweto township.
This week on Eco Africa we learn how to turn plastic trash into marble, follow a conservation group saving rhinos from becoming the target of poachers and meet an artist who uses his work to campaign for the oceans.
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