Polokwane – According to the Green Cape Market Intelligence report that was issued in 2016, the waste management landscape in South Africa is transforming due to policy and regulatory development, various pressures on municipalities as well as an increase in awareness of sustainability imperatives in the industry.
The Water Research Commission (WRC) today set the trend as world leaders with the launch of the world’s first ’mine water atlas’ in partnership with consulting firm Golder Associates.
Officials from the Department of Agriculture of the United States of America (USDA) visited the School of Agriculture on the Mafikeng Campus of the North-West University (NWU) on 16 March 2017.
The National Consumer Tribunal (NCT) handed down a judgement imposing an administrative fine of R250 000.00 and cancelling the registration of Eagle Cash Loans, a credit provider operating at 22 Abegglen Street, Strand, Western Cape.
In the midst of a fluctuating rand and an economy in need of resurgence, Minister Gordhan provides a glimmer of hope to businesses against the backdrop of an already slow growth economy.
Former Super Sport United FC player Daylon Appolis has recently joined the NWU Soccer Institute Daylon has been part of the Super Sport United academy based in Ladium since the age of 12 when he was still doing Grade 8.
International Rugby star David Pocock of Australia kicked off his six-month sabbatical in South Africa this week, spending time with newly established conservation organization WildArk on their first wildlife conservancy, called Pridelands in South Africa’s Limpopo province.
Bolsters its position to one of the largest in SA healthcare medical waste market
Global waste-management group, Averda, further invests in the South African market with the acquisition of Solid Waste Technologies (SWT), a healthcare medical waste company with over 20 years’ experience. The acquisition of SWT alongside SharpMed, acquired in 2016, makes Averda one of the largest and most comprehensive end-to-end healthcare waste management business in South Africa.
It’s going to be primo at uShaka Marine World this February and definitely the place to be to hang loose and experience some love, peace and fun, with 30% off all Sea World, Wet n Wild or combo tickets from 1 – 28 February 2017 – that’s a month full of love.
Australian Rugby Star David Pocock in South Africa for Launch
International Rugby star David Pocock of Australia, will kick off his six-month sabbatical in South Africa next week (Friday February 3, 2017), joining newly established conservation organization WildArk to announce the acquisition of its first wildlife conservancy, in partnership with EcoTraining, Africa’s leading guide training organization.