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Ingula Nature Reserve declared wetland of international importance
Ingula Nature Reserve declared wetland of international importanceArticle

Forestry, fisheries and the environment minister Barbara Creecy has welcomed the declaration of the Ingula Nature Reserve as a wetland of international importance...

5 May 2021

Innovations on the Nile over millennia offer lessons in engineering sustainable futures
Innovations on the Nile over millennia offer lessons in engineering sustainable futuresArticle

Africa is the continent most vulnerable to the impact of climate change. That's largely because many of its people and governments are too poor to do what's needed...

Mike Muller 19 Mar 2021

Coastal and marine economy: Can it be salvaged from the impacts of poor water quality?
Coastal and marine economy: Can it be salvaged from the impacts of poor water quality?Article

We (the citizens) need to re-establish an ecological healthy relationship between nature and culture...

Bonani Madikizela 21 Sep 2020

Government should pay people to dig holes and then fill them
Government should pay people to dig holes and then fill themArticle

It was not until high levels of unemployment ensued in the 1930s that policymakers in the UK and US started to pay attention to Keynes' powerful argument for active demand management...

Dr Sitsabo Dlamini 4 Sep 2020

How mega infrastructure projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America are reshaping development
How mega infrastructure projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America are reshaping developmentArticle

Huge investments in infrastructure are redefining global development, from China's Belt and Road Initiative to infrastructure development plans from the African Development Bank and the Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America...

Seth Schindler and Juan Miguel Kanai 1 Nov 2019

Karen Breytenbach
IPPO's Breytenbach dismissed: Is this another case of politicking?Article

The head of the Independent Power Producers Office (IPPO), Karen Breytenbach, has been given her marching orders...

24 Jul 2019

Financial incentives could spur cities and landowners to protect wetlands
Financial incentives could spur cities and landowners to protect wetlandsArticle

With partnerships between landowners, the government and businesses, South Africa can invest in its wetlands and boost the country's potable water reserves...

Alanna Rebelo 6 Jun 2019

Strengthening our water resilience by combining the best of grey and green
Strengthening our water resilience by combining the best of grey and greenArticle

This year's World Water Day, celebrated annually on 22 March, provides a moment for the citizens of our planet to focus collective attention on a life-giving yet increasingly limited resource that is so frequently taken for granted...

John Dini 22 Mar 2018

Andrew van Zyl
#BizTrends2017: Pressure builds on mining companies stuck in compliance modeArticle

The recently released King IV report urging boards to focus on effective outcomes rather than ticking compliance boxes...

8 Jan 2017

NOT NORM's MD, Kathryn Sharfman and ECD, Gavin Whitfield
Shattering agency standards with NOT NORMArticle

WPP's smallest agency is making a name for itself with global and local recognition alike and a Gold Bookmark for online video production its most recent trophy shelf addition. Here's why you need to take note of NOT NORM...

Leigh Andrews 10 Mar 2016

Ntokozo Mbuli with WESSA Chairman Richard Lewis
Environmentalists honoured with WESSA awardsArticle

Dr John Hanks, Ntokozo Mbuli, Franz Fuls, the Paul Roux Residents' Forum and the ROSE Foundation all received awards at a special ceremony held during the 89th Annual General Meeting of the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA) at Goedgedacht Farm near Malmesbury in the Western Cape on 26 September...

2 Oct 2015

Two-a-Day invests in new packaging, packing lines and DCA storage
Two-a-Day invests in new packaging, packing lines and DCA storageArticle

Two-a-Day's recent infrastructure investment includes a Flow Wrap machine that does not limit packing only to the traditional tray and bag packing...

18 Mar 2015

Gigaba's warning over China's investment in Africa
Gigaba's warning over China's investment in AfricaArticle

Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has called for greater scrutiny of funding that comes from Brics countries such as China when it comes to infrastructure investment in Africa.

Nicky Smith 17 Jul 2013

Julie Cheung
Free Zone opportunities in the UAEArticle

Imagine a business landscape where entrepreneurial endeavour and risk taking is rewarded to the hilt, where government interference through regulation and red tape is kept to a minimum, and where enthusiasm and innovation is encouraged at every turn. Sounds a bit too good to be true? Not in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)!

Julie Cheung 15 Feb 2013

Gregory Gondwe
Parliament removes hurdle for TVM, MBC mergerArticle

The merger of Malawi's two state owned broadcasters, the Malawi Television (TVM) and the Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), which failed to take-off due to various technicalities, has been given a much-needed boost after Malawi parliament passed a bill that effectively dissolved TVM.

Gregory Gondwe: @Kalipochi 11 Jun 2012

UCT researcher honoured with award
UCT researcher honoured with awardArticle

University of Cape Town professor Kelly Chibale was presented the 2011 Alan Pifer Research Award in recognition of his establishment of the H3-D Drug Discovery and Development Centre - the first centre of its kind in Africa.

28 Mar 2012

"Free trade in natural resources bad for development"Article

GENEVA: While some believe that restrictions on natural resource exports should be done away with, this could cause an increase in such exports that would be detrimental to the environment and bad for development.

Isolda Agazzi 3 Aug 2010

Oasys constructs temporary facility for Cape Town International AirportArticle

Oasys Innovations has acquired an order to supply and install the infrastructure for the airport's temporary domestic departures hall, while the existing building is being refurbished.

Issued by GL events South Africa 1 Jul 2008

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