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analytica Lab Africa 2021 cancelled

8th June 2021 Messe Muenchen South Africa, organisers of analytica Lab Africa, have announced that this event - the only trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics in South Africa - has been cancelled. The decision was made after consultations with industry stakeholders, and... 

SA could cut planned infrastructure budget by addressing billions of litres of wasted water

6th May 2021 Water waste, leaks, and the use of drinking water for manufacturing is resulting in billions of litres of potable water going to waste, which – if addressed – could reduce the water infrastructure spend that is necessary. This is according to local water sector stakeholders who are set to... 

Skills, collaboration needed to overcome growing water challenges

23rd March 2021 Capacity development and closer collaboration between public and private sector stakeholders will be necessary if South Africa is to halt its declining water security challenge. This is according to industry experts and advisors to the IFAT Africa trade show and forum, who were speaking to mark... 

IFAT Africa, analytica Lab Africa and food & drink technology (fdt) Africa set for November 2021

9th February 2021 Messe Muenchen South Africa, presenters of analytica Lab Africa, IFAT Africa and food & drink technology (fdt) Africa, are gearing up to present the three events in a mega co-located trade show at the end of this year.    The three events, traditionally co-located to give industry stakeholders... 
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AfDB starts fund to wean continent off Russian wheat

Africa’s biggest multilateral lender announced a $1.5-billion fund to boost grain production to help avert potential food shortages stemming from Russia’s war with Ukraine. The African Development Bank will use the facility to supply about 20-million farmers with climate-smart certified seeds and... 

 AfCFTA holds opportunities for South African industry

With progress being made on negotiations for the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), South Africa’s steel industry could capitalise on opportunities emanating from AfCFTA agreement, once it is implemented. Tralac Trade Law Centre executive director Trudi... 
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