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‘Unretirement’ trend grows as older South Africans head back to work

Here’s the good news. We’re living longer than ever before, and enjoying a better quality of life, while we do. The bad news is that less than 10% of South Africans have enough...

Western Cape Industry Forum calls for legislated community engagement to combat construction mafia

The property development and construction industry in the Western Cape is calling for policy implementation across all spheres of government that will ensure all development projects incorporate pro-active community engagement from...

How to Find a Moving Company You Can Count On

When you are planning residential or commercial moves that involve a significant amount of manual labour, the best option that you have is to hire a professional mover. Whether over a...

SA plans next phase of new 2,500MW nuclear plant

South Africa is forging ahead with plans for a new 2,500-megawatt nuclear power plant in a bid to boost energy security and wants to end the procurement process by 2024, the...

Western Cape already planning for next phases despite phase 1 vaccine challenges

While phase 1 of the vaccine rollout in the Western Cape has come with its challenges, the province is already planning for the forthcoming phases. During the weekly digital conference on the...

Can Covid-19 inspire a new way of planning African cities?

Health crises are not new in Africa. The continent has grappled with infectious diseases on all levels, from local (such as malaria) to regional (Ebola) to global (Covid-19). The region has often...

Women key to water master plan

Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says women are important for the development of an integrated and coherent National Water and Sanitation Master Plan. Minister Mokonyane made the remarks during a Women’s Consultative...

CT’s emergency water plans making progress

The City of Cape Town says plans of potentially partnering with the private sector to create a short-term emergency water supply using desalination, storm water capture or aquifer extraction are progressing...

Top tips for building a successful business from your home

Technology is making it possible to run many kinds of businesses remotely – but do note that planning is key. We’ve all seen the pictures; the surfer sitting under the...

WWF calls for renewable energy in National Energy Plan Submission

Ahead of the Department of Energy’s closing date for stakeholder engagement in the national Integrated Energy Plan and Integrated Resource Plan, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is underscoring the...

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Saldanha Green Hydrogen wants to pump its excess electricity into the...

By Larry Claasen Phelan Green Energy Group, which is developing a R47-billion green hydrogen project in Saldanha Bay is looking at ways to transfer the...

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