Africa’s energy production value chain potential

According to Greenpeace, there could be around 7.6 million jobs in Africa by 2020 in the renewable energy sector, growing to about 10 million by 2030.

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Cape Town water restrictions a new way of life?

It may come as a surprise to some that globally South Africa is classified as a water-stressed country, with annual rainfall of about 492 millimetres compared to other areas with around 985 millimetres. What's the solution to drought?

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How smart design can solve e-waste challenge

"We owe it to our customers, our communities and our planet to continue pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with design. It’s not always just about the beauty on the outside, but the hidden beauty . . ." ~ Ed Boyd Senior, Dell

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Sustainable business is a good business

Becoming a sustainability leader means first accepting that climate change, reductions in fossil fuels, depletion of rare earth metals and other environmental issues are urgent challenges to which corporations need to respond.

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Dual-medium fibre ensures connectivity

Dual-medium fibre: To tackle the challenges of mitigating down-time, a dual-medium network solution was recommended to eliminate Ster Kinekor’s connectivity issues using Info Protect.

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Five recycling projects that inspire innovation

It only takes one idea to start a recycling revolution – but it takes a whole company to pioneer such innovative policies, says Nathan Nayagar, Managing Director, Lexmark - South Africa & English Speaking Africa

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Green business: Trainable and viable?

Green business: While some use eco status as a badge to promote a good image, others are intent on actually making a difference in the way they impact the environment.

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Resilience: A positive deviation amid difficulty

As organisations downsize, employees are not exempt from socio-economic stressors and are increasingly reminded by their employers that their employment is not guaranteed. Can resilience help?

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EatBy app uses AI to reduce food waste

EatBy developers believe change must happen in our homes, that we all need to review grocery shopping and food consumption habits - some households waste up to 30% of their food simply from poor kitchen management.

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Digitalisation: Revitalising mining & communities

Mining firms' responsibility extends well beyond their own business into local economic development programmes, skills development, sustainable farming initiatives, tourism ventures, and other community endeavours.

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