WATER EXPERT INTERVIEW: “What is happening in Cape Town could happen...

Exclusive interview with Paul Yillia, Guest Research Scholar (Water Programme),  International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria, and returning featured speaker at African Utility...

Water filtration system launched at Cape Town hospital

A Cape Town hospital has become the first private healthcare facility in the Western Cape to install a water filtration plant in compliance with...

AUTC Interview with Mlungisi Mkhwanazi

Exclusive interview with Mlungisi Mkhwanazi, Director of the Africa Utilities Technology Council (AUTC), a returning industry partner of African Utility Week in Cape Town...

Water augmentation: a high priority

In Cape Town, South Africa, residents and businesses are implementing water-saving strategies to reduce their impact on this rapidly decreasing municipal resource. Water augmentation has...

Biomimicry: Learn from nature’s genius

Exclusive interview with Claire Janisch, founder of BiomimicrySA During African Utility Week’s keynote session on 16 May 2018, Janisch will address attendees on 'Biomimicry: Learn from and emulate...
water supply

Technology overcoming Day Zero

Unique webinar for water professionals, business owners and large water users. Operating a business without water is an unfathomable thought; however, a very real reality...
nuclear energy

Koeberg launches groundwater desalination plant

Eskom’s Koeberg nuclear power station today turned on its temporary mobile groundwater desalination plant, which will ease the pressure on the City of Cape...

Ditch the harmful relationship and ‘break up’ with Plastic

A topic removed from our core focus area, yet a critical topic around the world – Plastic. ESI Africa, in support of the United Nations...
Gerardt P. Viljoen

African Utility Week to focus strongly on meeting the continent’s water...

African Utility Week (AUW) event is going ahead in Cape Town as planned despite water shortages. Investment in water solutions is needed by the public...
Musanze hydropower plant

Drought affects hydroelectricity generation in Kenya

The Kenyan Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter has stated that if it doesn’t rain in the next two weeks, they will be forced close down...

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