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Carbon tax on the horizon

Companies that make use of fossil fuels such as coal, oils and gas are a step closer to paying a carbon tax. By Graeme Palmer, a Director in the Commercial Department of...

City names commercial energy efficiency stars for 2015

The City of Cape Town recognises that resource efficiency is critical to building economic activity and increasing a city’s competitiveness and resilience. This is reflected in the City’s recently approved...

R1.4bn set aside for qualifying students

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has set aside a total of R1.4bn to pay institutions upfront at the beginning of 2016 academic year. The NSFAS said the money...

The sun shines on South Africa’s renewable energy sector

A consortium headed by SENER and ACCIONA are working together alongside GDF Suez to develop the turnkey project of the proposed solar thermal plant in the South African village of Kathu....

LED Streetlights Donated to Chintsa East

BEKA Schréder is proud to have been involved in a heart-warming project where 160 LED streetlights were donated to Chintsa East in the Eastern Cape. Chintsa East, located 50 km north...

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New Engen 1app pushes all the right buttons

Engen has announced the arrival of their new Engen 1app, which conveniently offers motorists a safe and contactless way to pay. As South Africa eases the Covid-19...

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