RecyclePaperZA calls on citizens to recycle paper products

According to RecyclePaperZA, the paper recycling association of South Africa, our country recovered 1.1 million tonnes of recyclable paper products in 2020, putting the paper recovery rate at 69.8%.

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Pick n Pay Keeps recycling at top of Sustainability agenda for more than two decades

Beach and river clean-ups took place this International Coastal Clean-up Day on 17th September

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Uncover the sponsorship opportunities waiting for your company

Following last week’s warmly received announcement that Mining Indaba has been postponed to May, sponsorship opportunities for the in-person event are now open. Download the brochure.

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Registration open: MESA Africa year-end summer 17 & 18 November 2021

Manufacturing without Limits

Be one of the first to attend an in person event!
The chance to reconnect & start to build a better future.

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Pros and cons of property stokvels

Stokvels in South Africa are big business and becoming bigger. A group saving scheme that was once used for a likeminded group of individuals who share the same goals to meet short-term needs, such as buying groceries or school supplies at the end of the year, is fast becoming a way for the new generation to build wealth and invest in property.

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Celebrating the 2020/2021 NSTF-South32 Awards Finalists and Awardees

NSTF News Celebrating the 2020/2021 NSTF-South32 Awards Finalists and Awardees The gala event of the 2020/2021 NSTF-South32 Awards, which will take place on Thursday, 30 September 2021, will be a hybrid event.

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How Circular Economy leads to Restorative Agriculture with Chris Whyte, director of the African Circular Economy Network (ACEN) in conversation with the publisher of Green Economy Journal, Gordon Brown.

How Circular Economy leads to Restorative Agriculture with Chris Whyte, director of the African Circular Economy Network (ACEN) in conversation with the publisher of Green Economy Journal, Gordon Brown.

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Purpose Partners Convert Waste to Good

What started as a small, but impactful recycling initiative among 13 schools during lockdown, has boomed to 100 schools thanks to the involvement of new partners.  The schools are collecting yoghurt tubs which are upcycled to create 500 school desks, and in so-doing,19 tons of plastic are diverted from landfill. 

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Wild Coast Sun goes local for Arbor Week

The Wild Coast Sun in the Eastern Cape is doing its bit for national Arbor Week by planting and encouraging staff to help foster a culture of tree planting and maintenance.

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Start recycling organic waste this National Recycling Day

Friday the 17th of September is National Recycling Day in South Africa, and whilst most South Africans are very good at recycling their paper, plastics, glass and metal items, what many do not realise is that they can also recycle their organic waste! Organic waste is anything that was once alive – food waste, garden refuse, wood, paper and compostable packaging are just a few examples!

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