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Husqvarna’s new concrete cutting chain and bar concept 

6th October 2021 When you’re doing precision cutting of reinforced concrete structures, a handheld concrete chainsaw will make your day.  Husqvarna has launched a new product concept for diamond chains and guide bar, designed to match the high performance of Husqvarna concrete chainsaws. In many types of concrete... 

Taking sustainability beyond profitability by Husqvarna South Africa’s recently appointed managing director, Pieter Smuts

11th August 2021 As one of the world’s leading producers of forest, park and garden products, Husqvarna sees sustainability as both a tool in its own arsenal and an end in itself.  When I returned to the forestry and garden division of Husqvarna three years ago, I faced a number of key business challenges. Back... 

Husqvarna invests in diversification and development

26th April 2021 Husqvarna South Africa, a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading manufacturers of forest, park, garden and construction products, will contribute towards the revitalisation of South Africa’s economy through the appointment of local original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for selected products... 

Challenge Accepted

17th September 2020 Brand ambassador for Husqvarna South Africa, Tendai ‘The Beast’ Mtawarira, is taking us all to task in a powerful new brand advertisement.   As South Africans begin to emerge from one of our most challenging periods to date, Tendai ‘The Beast’ Mtawarira offers us an empowering message of our own... 
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Opinion: Is green hydrogen the fuel to drive South Africa’s future?

In this opinion article, Royal HaskoningDHV advisory group for energy transition director Gladys Nabagala writes that South Africa has significant potential to stimulate its economy by building a hydrogen export economy. 

Indigenous plant biofilters effectively remove pollutants from stormwater, researchers say

Biofilters with indigenous South African plants, such as palmiet, mat sedge, soft rush, cobra lily and vleibiesie, are significantly more efficient than unvegetated soils in removing nutrients and metals pollutants from urban stormwater, Stellenbosch University (SU) researchers say. The team... 
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