Ed’s note: The revolution is in full swing, don’t be left behind

When industry giants, with decades of experience under their belts, take steps to give their business a facelift, you know things are afoot. What the impact will be, I could not guess.


Namibia hydrogen

Namibia and Germany to form hydrogen partnership

Germany and Namibia have signed a Joint Communique of Intent in Windhoek and Berlin to establish a partnership in the field of green hydrogen technology.
Pepsico water

PepsiCo bringing safe water to sub-Saharan Africa with $1m programme

The PepsiCo Foundation has partnered with WaterAid to bring safe water to families in sub-Saharan Africa through their recently launched $1 million programme.

Water shocks starting to have greater effect on human migration

The world faces a rising number of day-zero events when the taps will run dry and rainfall variability will be contributing force in global migration, according to a World Bank report.
Enlit Africa

Enlit Africa is back in October as continent prepares for COP26

Enlit Africa is back in October as the continent prepares for COP26. The fast-growing attendee numbers and feedback shows full support.

Mauritius embarks on plans to improve water supply network

The Minister of Energy and Public Utilities in Mauritius, George Pierre Lesjongard, announced plans for the ministry to devise strategies and policies for a more judicious use of water resources and to improve the water supply network in the country.
waste water treatment works

Waste water works infrastructure upgrades makes real difference

More than 14,245 community members of Prieska in the Siyathemba Municipality in the Northern Cape are now proud beneficiaries of a new R34.2million waste water treatment works.