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Tag: plants

Afrox plants certified to FSSC 22000 Food Safety Management Standard

Pieter Moolman, Afrox product manager for Packaged Special Gases, discusses the success of a two-year project to certify the Western Cape and Gauteng gas production and filling facilities to the FSSC...

Conversion to natural gas brings new life to aging coal plants

This article, written by Kari Lydersen of the Midwest Energy News, is included to add a (positive) dimension to the current debate around the future of ailing Eskom. Although written in...

To feed the world in 2050 we need to build the plants that evolution...

We need to revolutionise agriculture in the next 30 years. In 2050 we may have almost 10 billion people to feed. Farmland is already degraded by existing agriculture, and climate change is putting...

Dagga-growing plant bust in Constantia

The Western Cape Hawks discovered what is being called a “sophisticated” dagga-growing laboratory in the affluent Cape Town suburb of Constantia. Their Narcotics Enforcement Bureau and Crime Intelligence Unit stumbled upon...

The Cape’s plant species are dying

A recent study reveals the Western Cape as one of the world’s largest hotspots for plant extinction. The study, published in a journal titled Nature Ecology and Evolution, focuses on plant extinction...

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The energy morass

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