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Sappi Forests: Providing tangible and practical support for the SDGsSpeaking at the 15th World Forestry Congress, held in Seoul, Korea, from 2-6 May 2022, Sappi Forests vice president Duane Roothman, shone a light on South African commercial forestry plantations, as well as the invaluable role they play in advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 10 May 2022 Read more

Sappi supports Gift of the Givers to assist flood victims in KZNWith the heavy rainfall and flooding experienced in many parts of the KwaZulu-Natal province during recent days, Sappi Southern Africa has been moved by the plight of many community members, living in areas adjacent to its operations. 20 Apr 2022 Read more

Sappi - providing exciting careers for engineersSappi has launched an exciting campaign to encourage skilled engineers and production specialists to join its growing team, to help reach its objectives of pursuing a circular economy. Besides a number of current vacancies in various fields, the company is also building up a database of talent for apportionments into the future. To express your interest in the programme, you can click here for engineering positions or here for production positions. 12 Apr 2022 Read more

Enviro champs and eco rangers doing their bit for World Water DayWhen the community members of Nzinga requested assistance with the clearing of alien vegetation to improve access for their livestock for grazing purposes, the Sappi-WWF partnership saw this as a great fit for the work being done in the uMkhomazi catchment to improve water security in the area. As a result, a team of 10 individuals has been identified, appointed, and trained to do invasive alien clearing at Nzinga, in the area just upstream from Impendle, close to Bulwer in KwaZulu-Natal. 25 Mar 2022 Read more

Deputy President Mabuza accepts donations for schoolsHis Excellency Mr David Mabuza, the Deputy President of South Africa, was in attendance on Friday, 18 February 2022, at the Sappi Ngodwana Mill, to accept a donation of paper, masks and sanitiser on behalf of 300 schools in Mpumalanga. The handover event marks the beginning of a public private partnership, and is a continuation of Sappi Southern Africa's donations of scarce items to reduce pressure on government's resources and to support the most vulnerable members of our society, particularly during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. 22 Feb 2022 Read more

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