IFAT Environmental Technology Forum Africa, which celebrated its premiere in 2015 in Johannesburg, has positioned itself strongly in the African market. The first edition saw over 2 273 trade visitors from 38 countries engage with 116 exhibitors from 13 countries, taking up over 4 500 square meters. In addition, the trade fair boasted a high-caliber forum program. The next edition, IFAT Africa 2017, trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling, will take place in Johannesburg from September 12 to 14, 2017.
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As South Africa swiftly moves towards winter, dam levels are raising concerns again. The department of water and sanitation said despite recent good rains in parts of South Africa, the […]
Cape Town is now “waiting on a miracle” to help save the city from its worst drought in 100 years, city official Gisela Kaiser told delegates at African Utility Week. […]
At African Utility Week which was held in Cape Town last week, a challenge was put forwards to stakeholders in the water sectors from across Africa – to ensure a […]
Richards Bay’s much needed desalination plant was launched last week in an attempt to enhance water security within the King Cetshwayo District Municipality. The R300 million plant, which was launched […]
Water security and sustainability took centre stage at the recent launch of the National Water and Sanitation Master Plan Dialogue. The plan will be launched by the department of […]
Innovation and localised solutions will help fast track Africa’s much needed developments, KPMG experts say. With the opening of African Utility Week in Cape Town on Wednesday, KPMG experts shared […]
Want to know more about what the African Utility Week conference is all about? Well, this year the event has brought together Metering, Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Energy Revolution Africa, Finance and Water.
R2.7 billion in debt is owed to the department of water and sanitation, minister Nomvula Mokonyane told Parliament last week. The debt, which is owed by water boards and municipalities, […]
Water saving activities in the Eastern Cape are finally beginning to pay off. Various Working for Water (WfW) projects around the province play a critical role in preserving run-off water, […]