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Energy drinks category continues its double-digit growth trajectory

The ready-to-drink (RTD) energy drinks category continues to be the fastest growing segment within the non-alcoholic beverage industry in South Africa, according to a new BMi Research report on the drinks...

Excessive trust in generative AI makes users vulnerable, survey finds

A significant number of people are comfortable sharing their personal information with generative AI tools like ChatGPT, a recent survey conducted by KnowBe4 Africa found. The survey, which spanned 1,300 respondents in...

Rooibos research gets funding boost

SCIENTIFIC research into the health benefits of Rooibos have been boosted with a R4.8-million investment from the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI). The investment is aimed at unlocking the potential...

New research shows no end to coal financing in sight

URGEWALD, Reclaim Finance, and 25 other NGO partners have published research on the financiers and investors behind companies on the “Global Coal Exit List” (GCEL). The GCEL Finance Research shows that South African banks and...

Possible solutions for hard-to-recycle plastics

IN the United States, less than 9% of plastic waste is recycled. Instead, more than 75% of plastics waste ends up in landfills and up to 16% is burned, a process that releases...

Research shows that streetlights contribute less to night-time light emissions in cities than expected

WHEN satellites take pictures of Earth at night, how much of the light that they see comes from streetlights? A team of scientists from Germany, the USA, and Ireland have answered...

Research identifies barriers to funding for early-stage social enterprises

OVER the last ten years, the SAB Foundation has invested in over 200 social enterprises. We define social enterprises as businesses solving social problems. In order for SAB Foundation to invest,...

Research predicts optical metamaterials will soon disrupt $50 billion optics market

OPTICAL metamaterials use carefully controlled nanostructures to manipulate visible light, enabling lighter and thinner optics for everything from eyeglasses to mobile phone cameras. The technology to design and manufacture optical metamaterials is...

Research shows that streetlights contribute less to nighttime light emissions in cities than expected

WHEN satellites take pictures of Earth at night, how much of the light that they see comes from streetlights? A team of scientists from Germany, the USA, and Ireland have answered...

New solar panel research to address SA’s growing energy challenges

The University of the Free State (UFS) in South Africa and Ghent University in Belgium has conducted research on a new transparent solar panel which could provide power cheaply from the...

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