Brazil at #AUW2019: more than $5m in business expected

Brazilian delegation participation at African Utility Week 2019 (#AUW2019) is expected to generate more than $5 million in business.

Customers are the primary inspiration for business innovation, finds study

Global leadership organisation YPO has recently conducted a survey of its members in over 130 countries to get their latest thoughts on innovation and its implications for the future of their businesses.
WTO

South Africa takes stock ahead of WTO Ministerial Conference

“Our view is that the reform of the WTO should fundamentally be about reform for development and inclusivity,” said Minister Rob Davies.

NERSA confirms receipt from Energy Minister on generation licenses

NERSA has been inundated with a number of queries from various stakeholders seeking clarity on the Minister of Energy’s letter approving deviation from the IRP 2010-2030.

Uganda to install a comprehensive fleet management solution

A Ugandan water service provider commissioned a South African fleet and mobile asset management company to securely provide water to various sectors.
loadshedding

Lesotho: World Bank financing to provide improved water supply

Up to 115,000 Basotho and businesses in the Lesotho Lowlands will have access to improved water as a result of $78m financing from the IDA for the country’s water supply scheme.

Chad: AfDB President pledges deeper cooperation for energy sector

The AfDB has pledged to deepen cooperation between his organisation and Chad, to help the central African nation meet critical development financing needs.

Namibia installs clean-powered desalination system

Namibia has inaugurated its first ever fully solar-powered seawater desalination system, moving closer to achieve its efforts in becoming self-sustaining. 
SADC

SA Energy Minister’s decision on SSEG will drive investment, says SAPVIA

The decision by the DoE to approve the deviation from the IRP (2010-2030) is welcomed by SAPVIA and was received positively by the industry alike.
Water

Young water warriors from South Africa head to Sweden

Two learners, Kiara Chetty and Calden Gounden, will represent South Africa in Stockholm at the Annual Stockholm Junior Youth Water Prize (SJWP) in August.

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