JOHANNESBURG – South Africa could become an effective exporter of cost-effective green hydrogen to the world, given its immense renewable energy potential, according to the inaugural PwC report on hydrogen published yesterday.
As part of strategy to support reliable energy supply in the country.
Cape Town – The need to encourage people to build and rely on their own food systems was highlighted when World Food Day was commemorated this week during a time where levels of hunger have increased due to the pandemic.
The Global Food Price Index could remain elevated with grain prices still at higher levels
International Energy Agency says solar generators are cheaper than new coal- or gas-fired power plants in most countries.
The oil market will suffer a long-lasting blow from the coronavirus, with demand taking years to recover and peaking at a lower level, the International Energy Agency said.
Last Friday, Premier David Makhura visited Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital. That day most of the media’s reportage focused on his dismissal of former Health MEC Bandile Masuku. But there was also new information and insights on the increasingly controversial 1,400-bed ICU field hospital programme.
Cape Town – Antigen tests for coronavirus detection will be rolled out to all ports of entry with immediate effect, the government said on Thursday.
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