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SKF Zambia proudly welcomes Baby Rhino Zlatan to the family!

22nd November 2021 Rhinos are disappearing at an alarming rate and Zambia’s Rhinoceros population was sadly completely wiped out in 1989 as a result of poaching. “The SKF Zambia team is committed to bringing awareness to this poaching scourge and to doing our part in protecting and saving these majestic animals for... 

SKF supporting fossil-free bearing steel through collaboration with Swedish university

16th November 2021 Bearings, seals and lubrication systems company SKF is supporting the development of so-called fossil-free bearing steel through a collaboration with Sweden-based Luleå University of Technology’s Centre for Hydrogen Energy Systems Sweden (CH2ESS) initiative. Hydrogen is the key to a fossil-free... 

Improve plant efficiency, production and safety and reduce costs with SKF Enlight Collect IMx-1 automated machine health monitoring system

12th October 2021 The ever-increasing demand for more infrastructure, goods, food, basically anything that consumers around the world require, is driven largely but a growing global population coupled with rapidly advancing technologies. This, in turn, puts mounting pressure on mines and industrial plants to... 

SKF South Africa

11th June 2021 The SKF brand has been synonymous with world-class quality for over a century and SKF South Africa, as a specialist in bearings and rotating equipment, offers 360° product and service solutions to southern African mining and industry.  Committed to nurturing long-term customer relationships, SKF... 
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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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