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African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa Day 1: SA not ready to just ditch...

Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe on Tuesday assured delegates at the opening of the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in Cape Town of South Africa’s commitment to safe and clean energy, but reminded all that the country’s coal reserves cannot just be ignored.

Buyer & visitor numbers continue to rise at WTM Africa 2019

In total, 31 African countries were represented at WTM Africa this year, across a variety of exhibitors and tourism boards.

Coca-Cola Africa partners with African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa to rethink corporate water...

This partnership is in line with Coca-Cola’s approach to continually engage the right stakeholders to ensure the company is responsive and collaborative in its water stewardship strategy.

Know the basics: understanding medical aid scheme fees and tax credits

Once you know the basics, medical scheme fees tax credits are not only easy to understand but can be a welcome relief on your pocket too.

Load-shedding solutions high on the agenda at CTICC in May

Leaders in the fields of power, energy and water will descend on the Cape Town International Convention Centre this month (May) for the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa conference and exhibition.

Best of breed solutions in the renewable power sector

Lesedi is excited about the prospects of executing small scale biomass and waste to energy projects on the African continent and to date we have progressed significantly in South Africa.

Ministers’ opening ceremony comments reiterate value of CoS for all

The celebratory occasion brought together the 6 Western Cape TVET Colleges who specialise in eight of the thirteen CoS trades.

College rises and shines at Cape Town Carnival

After months of handwork and precision coordination, 45 students and support staff of False Bay TVET College danced their way down the Green Point Fan-walk at the 10th Cape Town Carnival, 16 March 2019.

New TVET college campus coming to Mitchell’s Plain

The new campus underlines the continued phenomenal expansion of the College, which is perennially among the top-performing TVET colleges in South Africa.

Financing energy projects in Africa: “the traditional business model needs to change”

African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa to gather 10 000+ in Cape Town in May.

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Green Technology opportunities in Cape Town

Cape Town is home to a thriving green economy and the city’s Atlantis Greentech Special Economic Zone (SEZ) offers exciting opportunities and incentives to investors.

Seeking funding for property development on banks of the Breede River

A non-profit organisation is seeking funding to acquire property for hosting future events and various other community-oriented activities.

Kathu Industrial Park (KIP) development invites private sector investors

The KIP development caters for all nature of tenant facilities, from large customised facilities through to smaller, economically efficient mini-factories.

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Ground-breaking mobile unit delivers pure water – anywhere

Blesbok is a mobile water provisioning system for the military which is able to purify all types of water including ground water, sea water and reclaimed water.

Best of breed solutions in the renewable power sector

Lesedi is excited about the prospects of executing small scale biomass and waste to energy projects on the African continent and to date we have progressed significantly in South Africa.

Best available technology for minerals processing and emissions control

Lesedi provides systems for the capture of dust, tars, acid mists, SO2 and various other acidic gases and contaminants in the mining sector.