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SA private sector could fix SA water crisis

23rd May 2019 SA’s water treatment sector has the collective knowledge, technology and capacity to solve South Africa’s water and wastewater treatment crisis in as little as three years, say stakeholders set to participate in the IFAT water treatment and recycling trade fair. South Africa’s dams, rivers,... 

Water security ‘more important than power’

25th March 2019 More investment is needed in advanced water treatment technologies to assure water security, say experts. While electricity is a top of mind issue across South Africa at the moment, water and wastewater treatment are as critical as power – if not more so – and the country faces imminent crises in... 

SA packaged food consumption on upward trend

25th March 2019 SA presents major international food tech market potential, says fdt Africa As an important pillar of the South African economy, food and beverage production has almost doubled in the past 10 years, reaching ZAR 392 million (26 million euros) in 2017.  

IWMSA aligns with IFAT Africa to support industry collaboration

7th February 2019 The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Messe Muenchen South Africa, organisers of IFAT Africa, to collaborate on the 2019 exhibition and conference. IFAT Africa is the leading environmental technology trade fair in sub-Saharan... 
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Both large, small markets suffering solar PV supply chain effects

The disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on Chinese solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing companies has prompted a major jolt in the global solar PV supply chain, says analytics and consulting company GlobalData. “The resulting shortage of PV components is disrupting the industry at a... 
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