Publications in SOUTH AFRICA


Lucky Star operations in Western Cape get two desalination plants - Two desalination plants that were designed, installed and commissioned by JSE-listed AECI water and process subsidiary ImproChem at fish products company Lucky Star’s cannery and...

By Sara Corben While 122 countries have voted in favor of water as a basic human right, South Africa has demonstrated its commitment to a person’s right to water by including in its Constitution a section which states, “Everyone has the right to hav

Emerging plant nutrient producer Kropz is eyeing a dual listing on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange in addition to seeking admission to trade on the Aim in London, where it intends raising equity capital to fund the completion of its advanced-st

Brazilian aerospace group Embraer announced on Tuesday that it had signed a multi-year spare parts and support deal, known as a Pool Programme Agreement, with South African-based Sahara Africa Aviation (Sahara). The agreement covers more than 500 co

Four South African National Defence Force (SANDF) members have died in a crash on the N3 northbound in KwaZulu-Natal over the weekend. The members were on their way to the Boschoek training area for mission readiness. Defence force spokesperson Brig

The Department of Human Settlements has budgeted R653-million to prepare identified portions of land in Gauteng for expropriation without compensation. Human Settlements MEC Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa said on Monday that the province’s rapid land release

With a solid reputation built on responsiveness to customers needs, MBE Minerals SA believes it is the company’s high level of technical and aftermarket support that has seen it secure ongoing repeat business. MBE Minerals will showcase its product

New listeriosis cases down newborns remain hardest hit
Photo illustration New information out of South Africa shows 1,053 people have been confirmed with Listeria infections in the past 18 months. One in five have died in what the World Health Organization has determined to be the largest listeriosis ou

The retail price of petrol in South Africa will rise by more than 1.5% from July 4, while the price of wholesale diesel will rise by 1.8%, the Energy Department said on Sunday. The price of petrol will rise by 26c to R16.02 a litre in the commercial

Gauteng Premier David Makhura is planning to engage, during July, all municipalities across Gauteng in an effort to gain more support for the province’s Tshepo one-million programme. The Premier on Friday said municipalities and metropolitans are no

Sandia National Laboratories receives $10m from DOE to design a cheaper and more efficient solar energy system

Sandia National Laboratories receives $10m from

1800s technology unearthed in Spokane project

1800s technology unearthed in Spokane project

2018 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup Number 28

2018 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming

Former Ducks, Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns in Canada

Former Ducks, Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns in

Latam Eco Review: Spectacled bears in the spotlight

Latam Eco Review: Spectacled bears in the