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Safety, quality and digital transformation to be key themes at Africa’s lab technology show

17th November 2020 Food and environmental safety, laboratory accuracy and quality assurance, and digital transformation will be among the top discussion points at the Forum during analytica Lab Africa next year. analytica lab Africa, presented by Messe Muenchen South Africa, is the only trade fair for laboratory... 

Low hanging fruit can move SA circular economy efforts forward

25th September 2020 South Africa’s – and Africa’s – efforts to move towards a circular economy could be boosted by improved collaboration and partnerships between public sector, private sector and communities; and by decentralising programmes and infrastructure to enable broader participation and progress. This is... 

Optimal water use can support food security, say IFAT Africa advisors

25th August 2020 Wastewater reuse presents a sustainable solution to support food security amid looming water shortages, but the cost of the necessary infrastructure means it is not being widely adopted in South Africa. However, manufacturing plants, particularly local branches of international food and beverage... 

Call for papers: analytica Lab Africa

21st August 2020 Exhibition organiser Messe Muenchen South Africa have issued a call for papers, seeking expert industry speakers for analytica Lab Africa, set for the 13-15 July 2021 at Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg.  analytica Lab Africa will bring together key industry stakeholders from across... 
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BUSA pays tribute to Mthembu

Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) says organised business mourns the passing of Jackson Mthembu, who was "one of South Africa’s hardest-working Ministers and a reliable social partner to engage with". Mthembu passed away this week from Covid-19-related complications. 

Japan and the UK partnering on robotics for use in nuclear facilities

Japan and the UK are partnering to develop and deploy new automation and robotics techniques for use in both the decommissioning of nuclear plants and the development of nuclear fusion energy. The project, designated LongOps, will receive £12-million in funding and will run for four years. The... 
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