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City of Cape Town makes access to clean water a digital priority Effective ICT management of City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation workload improves service delivery to 4m residents. CAPE TOWN, South Africa – 20 June 2018 – As one of the largest metros in South Africa, the City of Cape Town is tasked with providing an...
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LOCAL SCHOOLS GET INVOLVED IN NATURAL SCIENCE PROJECTS TO CELEBRATE GLOBAL WIND DAY Known for its sandy beaches and fresh onshore breezes, the Kouga region in the Eastern Cape plays a big part in South Africa’s wind energy sector. This is just one reason why Global Wind Day is so important in the area. Since...
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The Glass Recycling Company (TGRC) would like you to contribute towards saving our planet by being part of the worldwide movement taking place today, June 05, as well as for the rest of the month of June. World Environment Day is the United Nation’s most significant day of the year for encouraging worldwide awareness and...
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Record 2.15 billion PET plastic bottles recycled in SA in 2017 Over 93 000 tonnes of waste diverted from landfills, 64 000 income-generating opportunities created  (Cape Town) – A record 2.15 billion plastic bottles, weighing in at 93 235 tonnes, were recycled by the South African PET plastic industry in 2017 – saving 578 000m3 of landfill...
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Four South African Cities Strive to Make All New Buildings Zero Carbon   Mayors of Tshwane, Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban to introduce requirements ensuring all new buildings are energy efficient, cutting electricity bills and greenhouse gas emissions.  C40 Cities South Africa Buildings Programme, launched today in Tshwane, aspires to make zero carbon buildings standard practice across South...
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WOOLWORTHS AND MYSCHOOL LAUNCH WATER FUND FOR SCHOOLS 28 March 2018 In response to the National Government’s declaration that the drought in South Africa is a national disaster, Woolworths has announced a R1.5 million investment in water infrastructure for schools, and the launch of an ongoing MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fund, the LOVEH2O WATER FUND. Many...
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CAPE TOWN – THIRSTIEST OF THE LOT BY WWF SA MARCH 7, 2018 Cape Town currently tops WWF’s list of cities most at risk of water shortages. The other 19 cities come from countries as far apart as Chile and China. The list was compiled using data from the WWF Water Risk Filter on average conditions (supply...
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African Elephants signal marula harvest time in Limpopo Villagers are harvesting fruit for the production of Africa’s most awarded liqueur 28 February 2018, Phalaborwa, South Africa – The time of year has arrived for hundreds of African Elephants to descend on the marula trees of the Valley of Olifants in the Lowveld of Limpopo and to signal...
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Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages to pursue ways to help with the provision of water to Cape Town Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages (CCPB), in partnership with the Coca-Cola Foundation and participating suppliers are in the process of finalising the details to provide millions of litres of relief water to the Province and City of Cape Town. This forms...
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  Standard & Poor has selected GreenCape as a “Rising Star” finalist in its Global Platts Energy Awards for its outstanding work in supporting energy investors and businesses. What makes this news significant is that: This NPO was identified alongside energy industry giants like Chevron, NRG, Royal Dutch Shell, Siemens and others The award recognises the Western Cape...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'