This initiative not only provides an educational platform for learners and a regular supply of vegetables and fish for the school’s feeding schemes, but also creates an opportunity for sustainability for the entire community.
The Caring4Girls programme was established by the Imbumba Foundation two years ago and to date has already improved the lives of more than 10 000 girls.
The CEO of the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence, Mr Mthokozisi Radebe, shares insights into how the role of his organisation is expanding to meet new demands.
Anyone who's anyone in African telecoms and technology will be at AfricaCom 2017. You should be there too. Three days of thought-provoking content and amazing tech.
Includes an in-depth look at the province’s two IDZs, investment climate information from the leading Chambers of Business and a focus on skills development.
While technology has an important part to play in solving education challenges in Africa, it will not be the silver bullet, says Justin Reilly, CEO of Mwabu.
Jet and rocket powered vehicle set to top 1 600 km/h on Northern Cape runway.
Big plans for a deep-water port and a Special Economic Zone hold opportunities for diversification and growth in the region.
A 'City within a City' – Finningley is a 3 000 ha mixed-use development designed to knit into the urban tapestry of eThekwini Municipality.
The latest in concentrated solar energy plants, big plans for a deep-water port and a Special Economic Zone hold more promise of diversification and growth.