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Wetland adds more hectares to national park at Africa’s southern tip

Wetland adds more hectares to national park at Africa’s southern tip On World Wetlands Day, South African National Park (SANParks) and WWF South Africa announced the incorporation of a significant wetland into the Agulhas National Park at the southern tip of Africa. Through a generous donation, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) took ownership of […]

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Managing groundwater as a buffer against climate change

Managing groundwater as a buffer against climate change Underfoot, unseen, useful, and often regarded as a limitless resource, groundwater provides a critical service in many parts of Africa, especially during times of drought. It is also the subject of this year’s theme for World Water Day on 22 March 2022 in which the appeal is

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SA’s Elandsfontein ready to deliver phosphate rock

SA’s Elandsfontein ready to deliver phosphate rock Development at African phosphate developer Kropz’s Elandsfontein mine in the Western Cape province of South Africa is on track to be commissioned in December this year. Elandsfontein, located about 100km north of Cape Town, faced an uphill battle since the property was acquired in 2010 and the development

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Hot water borehole solution for Ethiopian roadwork

18 February 2021 – Tackling challenging applications is all in a day’s work for Grundfos and a recent installation in an extremely hot and dry area of desert in Ethiopia is allowing a road construction project to pump boiling groundwater to the surface. By solving the challenge of pumping boiling groundwater to surface, water specialist

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