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Friday, April 23, 2021





Renewable Energy Festival to also celebrate Earth Hour

This year, for the first time, the Renewable Energy Festival and the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) Earth Hour will be celebrated on the same day. The festival takes place at the Green...

Harvesting opportunities in the Western Cape

This month sees the Cape wineries and grape farmers bringing in the 2015 harvest. It is a hard, yet exciting time for the region’s farmers and vintners and always prompts curiosity...

R250m in electricity upgrades scheduled for completion in June

The City of Cape Town is pleased to report that electricity infrastructure upgrades due for completion in June this year are progressing well. These projects will serve to provide additional capacity...

World-class quality drives high growth for Western Cape exports

Western Cape fruit and wine exports are on the rise as the government drives increased market access for the province’s high-quality produce. Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, provided an...

Eskom inquiry must get to the bottom of maintenance crisis

Statement by Andre Venter, spokesperson of the trade union UASA: The suspension of Eskom’s top executives has to be dealt with on two separate levels. The suspension may have come at...


Modernised building utilities save money and resources

Water resources are under significant pressure, pushed to the brink by the modernising world, rapid urbanisation, and population growth. Utility management philosophies had not...