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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... 

IFAT Africa postponed to November 2021

8th February 2021 Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Messe Muenchen South Africa has rescheduled the co-located IFAT Africa, analytica Lab Africa and food & drink technology (fdt) Africa trade shows from July to November 2–4, 2021. The trade shows held at the  Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg will... 

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... 
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Indigenous plant biofilters effectively remove pollutants from stormwater, researchers say

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