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Technology Changing Lives Through Tech
With a desire to empower children in townships to not become products of their circumstances, Yandisa Kaulela Mahlasela left her job at a prominent airline company to teach
06 Sep 2019
South Africa’s abysmal audit record In an ideal world, the government works for the people
In an ideal world, the government works for the people. Basic services are provided to all the citizens of the country. Taxes are used for their intended purposes. Everything
11 Apr 2019
We are Africans Propelled by servant leadership
“I am, through and through, an African and there is no question about that. As South Africans, we need to be conscious of the fact that we are not only South Africans, but
08 Apr 2019 - E. M.
Construction Future Master Builders Awarded
The construction industry is a major employer in any growing economy. Within the South African context, the Master Builders Association of the Western Cape has established a proud
18 Oct 2018
The crown of the Cederberg It’s not every day that you get to visit one of South Africa’s premier luxury accommodations
It’s not every day that you get to visit one of South Africa’s premier luxury accommodations and experience top-end quality at its best, and all for a good cause. The
26 Jun 2018
WINTER OROGRAPHIC CLOUD SEEDING WAS Aims for Seasonal Precision in Winter Orographic Cloud Seeding
The results of a study on winter orographic cloud seeding conducted by Water Analytical Services (WAS) and Weather Modification International (WMI) offer insights into rainfall
28 May 2018
THE QUALITY OF MUNICIPAL WATER Growing Concern Over The Quality of Municipal Water
In January 2017, the Blue Drop Report 2014 was released by the Department of Water and Sanitation, which showed that of the 1 036 municipal drinking water systems evaluated only
23 Apr 2018
CHANGING LANDSCAPING HABITS Cape Town’s Day Zero threat to change landscaping habits says Easigrass
As dam levels in the Western Cape hover at around 20 percent, the water crisis in the Eastern Cape deepens and KwaZulu-Natal continues with its own water restrictions, home owners
26 Mar 2018
THE CAPE TOWN WATER CRISES IN FOCUS Despite the declining agricultural usage contributing significantly to the postponing of the day the taps run dry–from mid-April to mid-May–Cape Town’s water crisis continues
Announcing the postponement of the event popularly known as Day Zero in February, Deputy Mayor Ian Nielson, a professional Hydrological Engineer by trade with a Master’s
20 Mar 2018
FLYING HIGH: CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SETS GOLD STANDARD One of the crowns of Cape Town’s tourism and business infrastructure is undoubtedly the dynamic Cape Town International Airport. It serves millions of tourists yearly, en route to being awarded the title of the best airport in Africa in 2017.
And it is not by luck that any airport can win such a prestigious prize. Many of Africa’s leading centres are building lavish new airports to keep up with the swelling
02 Feb 2018 - S. M.




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