Month: May 2020

The case for turning South Africa’s coal fields into a renewable energy hub

South Africa is currently one of the world’s largest carbon emitters. And it’s increasingly being viewed as a pariah that isn’t contributing as much as it could to the international fight against global warming and climate change. With a lot of other countries now moving away from fossil fuel-based electricity, there’s considerable pressure for South Africa to …

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Safeguarding airport terminals for a post-COVID-19 world

Safe passenger separation management will rely on the ability to understand passenger density across the terminal and taking action to prevent crowding. So much has changed in such a short time. With the rapid spread of COVID-19, airport terminals have gone from bustling hubs of activity to eerily empty spaces. But as the infection peaks …

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#LockdownLessons: Mining partners developing new ways to work

As South Africa’s mining sector gradually ramps up after the national lockdown, a new world of restrictions, regulations and protocols is evolving that will require mines and their service providers to constantly adapt the way they work. Managing the risk of Covid-19 infections – both on mine sites and in surrounding communities – will be …

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