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Organisation assists business in becoming energy efficient

10th November 2017 Lack of energy supply security, economic costs associated with energy, and environmental costs, such as depleting resources, contributing to climate change are just some of the factors that can be mitigated if South Africa embraces energy efficiency and reliable renewable energy alternatives,... 

The NCPC-SA industrial symbiosis workshop results in 203 potential synergies

9th November 2017 A resounding 203 potential synergies were identified between participating KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) companies at the industrial symbiosis business opportunity workshop that was hosted by the National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA) on Tuesday, 7 November 2017 in Durban. The day raised... 

National Industrial Efficiency Conference will empower greener industry

13th September 2017 The National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA) will be hosting its biennial Industrial Efficiency Conference in Cape Town in its on-going efforts to capacitate industrial and commercial sectors to become cleaner, greener and more resource efficient. The conference, a two day event... 

Complimentary RECP & IEE Training at the NCPC-SA

26th July 2017 Women’s complimentary training in Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) and Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) is offered to women who register during the month of August 2017.   
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Drought unlikely to affect Cape Town tourism in December

The acute water shortages in the Western Cape – and in the City of Cape Town, in particular – are unlikely to negatively affect the region’s tourism in the traditionally busy year-end period, says Grant Thornton Tourism director Martin Jansen van Vuuren, who acknowledges the severity of the water... 

South Africa nervously awaits reviews for rand-priced debt

Whether ratings agencies will cut South Africa's rand-denominated debt to junk status split economists in a Reuters poll, just three days before an announcement that could trigger a selloff in local bonds and currency. Downgrades to sub-investment grade could trigger forced selling of up to... 
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