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The lights are still not on, but someone has finally come home

Jerome Brink, Director: Tax & Exchange Control Practice at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Every South African is currently faced with the ongoing negative effects of rolling electricity blackouts, which Government euphemistically refers to...

Eurolux shoots out the lights

THE Covid-19 lockdown cast a dark pall across most business sectors, but it seems that industries involved in supplying home improvement products are managing to display bright profits. The theory is that...

BEKA Schréder supplies exterior lighting to world-renowned Kruger National Park, Skukuza Safari Lodge

Skukuza Safari Lodge is located in the world-renowned Kruger National Park, a South African National Park and is, with 19,485 km2, one of the largest game reserves in Africa. The newly-built...

The Christmas spirit is alive in this festive Brackenfell home

The annual Festive Lights Switch-On has been cancelled to reduce the spread of the virus, as the event attracts tens of thousands of spectators. Never fear, however, as a Brackenfell resident and...

How chicken waste is helping South Africa keep the lights on

Besides the birds themselves, poultry farms and poultry processing facilities have one thing in common: vast amounts of organic waste material. With energy costs rising and organic waste coming to the fore...

South Africa urged to prepare for load shedding

South Africans can expect another candlelit night as Eskom has announced it would implement Stage 2 load shedding between 4pm and 10pm on Tuesday, August 18. In addition, there is also load...

Keeping the water flowing and lights burning

Critical pumps in the provision of water and sanitation services, as well as pumps used in the generation of electricity are being fully supported during the nationwide Covid-19 lock down period. Major...

Let there be light; BEKA Schréder

BEKA Schréder (Pty) Ltd is Africa’s leading manufacturer of Luminaires and Glass Fibre Reinforced polyester (GRP) Poles. "Our objective is to provide the right lighting solutions by optimising the optical...

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