Energised indaba

Energised indaba

The ninth annual Africa Energy Indaba delivered a successful week of strategic engagements, an exhibition, and networking functions. The debates and discussions provided opportunities to both African and national energy players in attendance to unlock energy access across the continent.

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Wetlands – their critical role

Wetlands – their critical role

By Rory Macnamara

The issue of wetlands was highlighted recently at a two-day workshop hosted at the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) in celebration of World Wetlands Day, held on 2 February every year.

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‘Solar water heaters are rubbish’ – or are they?

‘Solar water heaters are rubbish’ – or are they?

By James Green

Untrue headlines, fictional news, and falsehoods. Conspiracy theories are reaching new heights across the world, particularly in the UK (Brexit), in the US (Trump), and, of course, in South Africa.

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Solar geyser use in SA gets a boost

A pilot project in Gauteng and the Western Cape was launched in mid-August to boost the use of solar water heating in South African households.

A pilot project in Gauteng and the Western Cape was launched in mid-August to boost the use of solar water heating in South African households.

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