Innovations that light up path to prosperity

For more than a billion people around the world, electric light can seem like an unobtainable luxury. Without reliable access to it, entire communities across Africa as well as places like India are plunged into darkness at sunset.

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SA’s first Green Star Design-rated government building

"The approach and perseverance by DPW on this project demonstrates that they are on the cusp of pushing the national agenda – by doing their bit to reduce carbon emissions through their built assets" ~ Roxanne Dovey, Sustainability Consultant, WSP

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Climate outcast Trump surrenders US global leadership

“Thursday, June 1st 2017 will be written in history as the day the US, under the administration of President Trump, turned its back on those who needed its leadership, ambition and compassion." ~ Greenpeace Africa Executive Director Njeri Kabeberi.

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Africa tackles global warming a tree at a time

Global climate change is at Africa's door step. What can we do to assuage its effects, asks Jung Hyun Park, Vice President and Managing Director of Samsung Electronics East Africa.

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Africa's future in the balance: We dare not fail

Africa: The tough reality is that radical disruption to skills requirements in the workplace is headed our way as we edge towards the next Industrial Revolution.

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Eskom, Huawei to develop smart grid for SA

In this partnership with Huawei, Eskom will become the first power and electricity partner in South Africa to leverage Huawei’s OpenLab in Johannesburg.

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Retail banking: Upskill workforce for future success

As in many industries, retail banking will need to rethink the skill sets of its workforce to avoid falling behind the curve. To beat the competition, and to continue acquiring, retaining and servicing customers, retailers need their employees to be agile.

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The true cost of the Eskom standoff

Leading financial risk consultancy JCRA released a paper in partnership with the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) looking at the Eskom dilemma and its cost to the South African economy.

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Go green - and make your car battery last

The green thing to do with a car battery is to get as much life out of it as possible and decrease the overall amount of batteries that you are going to need in your lifetime. Here's how . . .

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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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