Environment
Tackling plastic pollution across Africa Coca-Cola and Bottling partners invest +usd 5 million to date to tackle plastic pollution across Africa
This World Environment Day, The CocaCola Company confirms it is on track to spend a third of its USD 38 million pledge before the end of this year. In December 2018, the Company
12 Jun 2019
Pioneers in the plastic packaging industry MCG Industries is a proudly South African-owned and managed company of injection moulded crates and containers
MCG Industries is a proudly South African-owned and managed company of injection moulded crates and containers, which has been serving the market for more than five decadesServing
11 Jun 2019
Enhancing business through sustainability The global dream at AB InBev is to bring people together for a better world.
The global dream at AB InBev is to bring people together for a better world. In the company’s Africa Zone, the dream is to create a model company, one that grows a lot, uses
21 Jan 2019
Food Security Small-scale farming is a must for developing countries
Industrial agriculture—farming that involves the intensive production of livestock, poultry, fish and crops—is one of the most environmentally destructive forms of
18 Oct 2018
Remembrance The life and times of the Minister of Environmental Affairs, Dr Edna Molewa
South Africa and the international community has lost a true champion of the cause of environmental justice and sustainability as a foundation for equitable socio-economic
18 Oct 2018
Thami Hlongwa leads with innovation and drive In an animal kingdom, the newly elected Umgeni Water CE Thami Hlongwa would be a cheetah – agile, quiet, and quick to respond
In an animal kingdom, the newly elected Umgeni Water CE Thami Hlongwa would be a cheetah – agile, quiet, and quick to respond. In a water-scarce country that is striving to
01 Oct 2018
Broken policies SA is in a mess, so why is President Ramaphosa smiling? asks Bennie van Zyl
Much publicity surrounded the visit of President Cyril Ramaphosa to the Muslim Community of Rylands in Cape Town to celebrate an evening meal – Ifthar – the breaking
16 Aug 2018
WHAT DO SOYBEANS,TEQUILA, AND PANTYHOSE HAVE IN COMMON? They’re all recycled and used for seats, insulation, and plastic components in Ford cars!
From an early age, it was drilled into all of us that recycling is good for the environment. Who hasn’t been through a newspaper drive, collected used cans or set aside
26 Mar 2018
GE AFRICA INNOVATION CENTRE Innovative fit-out boosts ‘green’ status of GE Africa Innovation Centre
Leading architecture, interior design, and space-planning practice Paragon was tasked by GE Global Properties to design and fit-out the GE Africa Innovation Centre (GEAIC), the
02 Nov 2017
DRIVING RETIREMENT INVESTMENT STRATEGY IN A LOWER-RETURN ENVIRONMENT What should trustees be considering to generate sufficient returns for their members?
South Africa currently finds itself in a whirlwind of uncertainty - impacted by a variety of macro- and micro-economic factors that have resulted in lower returns for members.
31 Oct 2017
Walking the Daisies  
The Rocking the Daisies music festival is an event that is highly regarded among all music enthusiasts in South Africa. Rocking the Daisies 2013 is set to be bigger and better
18 Sep 2013 - D. T.
Trevor Manuel speaks in Stellenbosch Minister impressed with SA statisticians
South Africa has an amazing Constitution and statisticians have a key role to play in its implementation, Minister Trevor Manuel told attendants at a Stellenbosch gathering.
15 Jul 2013
The Growing Importance of the Arctic Council Climate change and geopolitics
The Arctic is expected to become more important in the coming decades as climate change makes natural resources there available and new global transport routes more accessible.
02 Jul 2013 - S. G. I.
New minimum wage triggers restructuring Wage increase prompts mechanisation
Within the week that it was announced, the new nation-wide minimum wage for farm workers triggered the start of a fundamental restructuring process in the agricultural sector.
12 Feb 2013 - P. C.
Agriculture Emphasis on 'blackness' trivialises challenges
The skewed interpretation that transformation is about the ‘blackness’ of a company does not address economic and gender inequality and disability issues.
06 Sep 2012 - P. C.
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