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Floating solar panels on 1% of reservoirs ‘could double’ Africa’s hydropower capacity

Josh Gabbatiss, Author, Carbon Brief Floating solar could be a valuable tool to help African nations expand their power infrastructure sustainably, according to a new study and an energy expert. If panels covered 1% of reservoirs, this alone could double African hydropower capacity and...

Inside the proposed Lanseria smart city in Gauteng

Inside the proposed Lanseria smart city in Gauteng
In South Africa, a mega smart city is being planned. The Lanseria smart city will be the  first new city to be built in a democratic South Africa. Addressing the Nation Friday, president Cyril Ramaphosa said that the project was part of the wider plan...

Top renewable energy companies in the world

Top renewable energy companies in the world
There has never been a more important moment to embrace a low-carbon future in the world. Renewable energy continue to play a major role towards this goal. We look at the Top renewable energy companies in the world that continue to support a green...

Why Sun City is the best gambling resort in Africa

Why Sun City is the best gambling resort in Africa
How Sun City Casino Resorts Become the Largest Gambling Resort in Africa South Africa is one of the most beautiful places on earth to visit. With amazing beaches, beautiful waters, and spectacular sites to see, it has quickly turned into one of the best vacation...

Windaba 2020 looks at the role of renewable energy in economic recovery

Windaba 2020 looks at the role of renewable energy in economic recovery
The renewable energy sector and its stakeholders will be gathering on the Windaba 2020 Virtual Marketplace platform, 26 to 27 October 2020, to unpack the role of the industry in the Energy Transition, for the decade ahead. “The drive towards renewable energy in South Africa remains...

7 countries grappling with huge housing deficit in Africa

7 countries grappling with huge housing deficit in Africa
Majority of African countries suffer from acute shortage of housing thanks to huge population growth that has been compounded by rural urban migration. Studies have shown that USD1.4 trln is needed to plug affordable housing deficit in Africa. This article looks at 7 countries that...

How COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping cities

How COVID-19 pandemic reshaping cities
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to cities, businesses and people having to adapt to a changing world. Although there are still unknowns, COVID-19 has given rise to new ways of working and living that have encouraged people to appreciate what is around them and brought...

The ultimate list of leading construction companies in South Africa

The ultimate list of leading construction companies in South Africa
South Africa is home to biggest and smallest construction companies spread across the country. Majority of the construction companies in South Africa are domicile in Gauteng, Pretoria and Johannesburg. Construction industry in South Africa is a major contributor to employment and economic growth. However, in...

How Liquefied Natural Gas could change South Africa’s fortunes

How Liquefied Natural Gas could change South Africa's fortunes
Marie Blanche Ting, University of Sussex The development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) could help transform the South African economy, spur re-industrialisation, reduce the country’s over-reliance on coal-fired power stations, and contribute to increased regional trade. South Africa has in recent years run into electricity shortages,...

Should Africa consider the nuclear energy route?

Should Africa consider the nuclear energy route?
Despite its advancements over the years particularly in the oil, gas and power industries, it is no secret that Africa is still plagued with the very real issue of inefficient energy supply. Recording nearly 600 million people with no access to electricity, the question...
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