Is the green energy sector a dark horse for employment? James Francis finds out.
Minerals council supports further reforms to improve energy security and foster economic recovery and growth.
The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA) has released its biennial Sustainability Progress Report.
Issuing of SA’s first Energy Performance Certificate – an energy efficiency milestone achievement.
SPONSORED: Key outcomes transpiring from this event will provide business growth opportunities for Africa’s energy sector, thereby inspiring transformation in this realm.
By Prashaen Reddy, Principal at global management consultancy Kearney.
Renewable energy in South Africa is a complex issue with many role-players, complicated by confusing acronyms. Gareth Griffiths investigates.
How do South African state-owned enterprises stack up against those in other countries and what are the issues surrounding them? Caiphus Kgosana investigates.
Beth Amato takes a look at Menlyn Maine, an ambitious attempt to rethink the way we design living spaces in South Africa.
Nicole Limberis-Ritchie has joined boutique law firm Nupen Staude de Vries as a senior associate, adding her knowledge, experience and passion for environmental law to the firm’s specialist mining and construction teams.
Many new buildings are designed with environmental standards in mind. Puseletso Mompei looks at how developers are also working with existing ones to make them more sustainable.
We begin this new year encouraged by the progress we have made, working together, in reviving our economy and restoring our country’s democratic institutions.
Companies of all trades are putting more focus on selling water saving products – this is not only the responsibility of South African households, but every company in every industry needs to get the message across.
Without energy, both the local and global economies would grind to a halt. Puseletso Mompei talks to some of South Africa’s top female leaders in the energy sector, and finds out what the future holds for women’s advancement.
With changing customer requirements, an increased focus on renewables and a desire for improved service delivery, the country’s energy needs are changing, and Eskom will need to change too if it is to remain a key player.