African Operations Management Conference
Jun
4
to Jun 6

African Operations Management Conference

Ticketpro Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg

4th Industrial revolution success demands cohesive national effort

Automation impacts all industries, could grow business and create jobs, and SA can’t afford to fall behind

For South Africa to compete successfully in a 4th Industrial Revolution economy, stakeholders across all sectors must work together to drive progress in this country.

This is according to Prof. Marcia Mkansi, an Associate Professor at the Department of Operations Management at UNISA and one of the organisers of the upcoming African Operations Management Conference, to be staged alongside Africa Automation Fair in June this year.

Prof. Mkansi says South Africa still lags world automation leaders such as Germany as China, and even fellow BRICS country India in terms of industrial automation progress. “We shouldn’t fall behind and become consumers and adopters of foreign intellectual property. We need to see sectors such as mining, agriculture, manufacturing and healthcare innovating to address challenges unique to our continent.”

Prof. Mkansi says that while South Africa has made slow progress, lacking the necessary skills, scale and business confidence to build out globally competitive factories, there are still significant opportunities for 4th Industrial Revolution progress: “There is still a chance for South Africa to take the lead in Africa, but it needs a national effort,” she says.

She notes that automation cuts across all sectors, and is not limited to manufacturing or industry. “Automation is the future – it is the basis of the 4th Industrial Revolution. You see it in the service industry, for example, where airports use scanners instead of staff to check passports, and where restaurants have automated payment terminals.”

To make 4th Industrial Revolution progress, South Africa needs to embrace a triple helix approach in which government, industry and academia make a coherent commitment to work together to support the country’s ambitions, she says. “We need more emphasis on STEM skills and innovation development at grassroots level. We need industry and academia to collaborate to ensure that skills meet industry needs,” she says. Prof. Mkansi notes that UNISA is currently collaborating with the Society for Automation, Instrumentation, Measurement and Control (SAIMC) to introduce South Africa’s first formal automation qualification, to be delivered through UNISA’s department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.

“Our partnership with Africa Automation Fair is another example of us being proactive in bringing together stakeholders across academia, industry and government to improve collaboration,” she says. The African Operations Management Conference will run alongside Africa Automation Fair for the first time this year, allowing conference delegates access to the Africa Automation Fair exhibition area and networking opportunities.

The African Operations Management Conference will bring together over 100 industry giants and experienced academics to exchange ideas, concepts, and research. Speakers at this year’s conference will include the likes of Professor Norman McLennan of the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, who is a trusted business improvement advisor across the breadth of commercial and supply chain activities and is currently advising the China Ocean Engineering Shanghai Co; and Simon Carpenter, Chief Technology Advisor at SAP Africa responsible for leading SAP Africa’s Digital Transformation initiatives with a focus on Business Innovation and Thought leadership and providing direction to SAP’s customers and partners on emerging business and technology issues such as OT/IT Convergence, Big Data, Business Network Transformation, Mobility, Cloud Computing, and Business Process Management.

The 2nd African Operations Management Conference will be held from 4 – 6 June 2019 at the Ticketpro Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg. Running alongside Africa Automation Fair, the African Operations Management Conference will be presented by UNISA and supported by the National Research Foundation. The theme for this year’s conference will be ‘Competitive Operations Management for Driving Automation in Africa Forward’.

For more information, please visit www.aomc.co.za

The Connected Industries Conference at Africa Automation Fair 2019 will focus on the economic impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0 / IIoT) on South – and Sub-Saharan Africa, and how to bring this technology shift to South Africa. The Africa Automation Fair 2019 exhibition and conference will illustrate ways to overcome manufacturing stagnation and fast track growth, by showcasing the latest technologies, solutions and models for next generation manufacturing.

Africa Automation Fair is a focused networking platform for the Automation and Control Industry and works closely with industry associations including the IIG and SAIMC. The fair targets senior buyers from South Africa, the rest of Africa and invites participation from international buyers. Presented by Reed Exhibitions, Africa Automation Fair and the Connected Industries Conference will be staged from 4 – 6 June 2019 at the Ticketpro Dome, Northgate, Johannesburg.

For more information, please visit: www.reedexpoafrica.co.za

http://connectedindustries.co.za www.africaautomationfair.com

Issued by ITP Communications on behalf of Reed Exhibitions. For further information please contact Leigh Angelo or Kabelo Phalane at leigh@tradeprojects.co.za or kabelo@tradeprojects.co.za Tel: 011 869 9153

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IFAT AFRICA
Jul
9
to Jul 11

IFAT AFRICA

Africa’s leading trade fair for Water. Sewage, Refuse and Recycling.

Gallagher Convention Centre, Sandton

Reasons to attend

High-calibre forum programme addressing various topics from the water, sewage, refuse and recycling sectors. Brings together and inspires solution providers, practitioners and decision-makers to share knowledge and experience that relates to the proven and innovative environmental technologies, particularly in the water and waste sectors

Find out more here.

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Training in MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE (MAR)
Apr
10
to Apr 12

Training in MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE (MAR)

Venue:

STIAS (Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study) - Stellenbosch University

Presenters:

Russell Martin (WGA - Australia) and Ricky Murray (Groundwater Africa – South Africa)

Programme:

2,5 days of lectures & course work, half day field excursion and dinner

The training event is registered for “3 CPD” points with SACNASP and “3 CPD” points with ECSA.

The three-day MAR workshop, inclusive of a half day field trip, will guide participants through the pre-requisites for, and technical feasibility of MAR systems for a variety of water sources, aquifer types, and end uses.

The focus of the workshop will be on the key technical issues associated with planning, feasibility assessment, design, construction, operation and performance evaluation of recharge and recovery systems via boreholes and infiltration basins, two of the most common MAR methods applied worldwide.

Policy issues and the relevant guidelines for MAR in Australia and South African will be presented. Case studies from South Africa and Australia will be used to illustrate the key technical issues, performance and scientific considerations that need to be employed to deliver successful, integrated, and sustainable MAR operations.

The world’s leading experts in MAR (from South Africa and Australia) will present the 3 days of detailed training.

Please visit the website www.marworkshop.co.za for information on the various topics that will be covered during this workshop as well as registration and costing.

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Groundwater Fly-in
Mar
5
to Mar 6

Groundwater Fly-in

2019 NGWA Groundwater Fly-In and Water Resources Congressional Summit

Washington DC

Under joint sponsorship with the Irrigation Association and the Water Quality Association, this event is organized to increase the water industry’s profile on Capitol Hill regarding the availability, quality, and safety of our nation’s water resources.

The 2019 NGWA Groundwater Fly-in will ensure members of Congress are aware of the important role groundwater plays in providing drinking water, supporting agriculture, and fuelling various sectors of the economy.

If you don’t speak up for groundwater, who will?

While the 2019 focus topics and schedule are still in the planning stages, tentative plans include:

  • A briefing session on the major issues facing groundwater professionals

  • Guest speakers from Capitol Hill, the administration, and others

  • A day of Capitol Hill meetings arranged by NGWA staff

  • A networking reception with colleagues from IA and WQA

  • Tips for continued grassroots activities when back home.

Save the date now to let your voice be heard in March by what may be a new Congress — and bookmark this page and check back soon for updates on the details.

For more information, click here.

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Africa Energy Indaba
Feb
19
to Feb 20

Africa Energy Indaba

Solutions for Africa

Sandton Convention Centre

Join us at this year's Africa Energy Indaba for unrivalled opportunities
in networking, learning, and discovery.

  • Learn from industry leaders

  • Do business via business matchmaking

  • Meet and connect with sector specialists

  • Explore opportunities in Africa

  • Learn about the future of energy

  • Discover the latest technologies

Click here to find out more.

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Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape
Nov
7
8:00 AM08:00

Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape

Century City Conference Centre, Cape Town

Manufacturing is the second biggest sector in the Western Cape and contributes about 15% to the South African manufacturing sector output. The province’s agro-processing sector has shown resilience during tough economic times, and its renewables and green tech industries have received significant investments in the past five years.

Two thirds of South Africa’s manufacturing investment in renewables is located in the province – that is, 8 out of the country’s 12 manufacturers. In 2011, the vision was launched for Atlantis to become a centre of this green hub and it is a now a designated Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for “Greentech”. A further R1 billion is expected to be ploughed into this SEZ over the next five years, particularly in the renewable energy sector.

The GreenTech SEZ supports the manufacturing sector to become suppliers and component manufacturers for clean technology, such as renewable energy components.

The West Coast Industrial Plan is also forging ahead. This is a partnership between the Department of Economic Development; Department of Environmental Affairs & Development Planning; and the Department of Public Works – together with the Saldanha Municipality, and Green Cape.

A sustainable growth trajectory for the province’s manufacturers is being established through a focused collaborative effort by both government and business to strongly support the province’s manufacturing sectors and to marshal domestic resources for increasing investment in the real economy.

The annual Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape brings together provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, find out about the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, and provide a platform for networking and collaboration.

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Water Africa & East Africa Building and Construction Exhibition and Seminar
Nov
6
to Nov 8

Water Africa & East Africa Building and Construction Exhibition and Seminar

Registration is now open for Water Africa & East Africa Building and Construction Exhibition and Seminar at the Kigali Serena Hotel from the 6-8 November 2018 organised by ACE EVENT MANAGEMENT, UK. International and Rwandan companies will be displaying their products and expertise in the Water and Sanitation, Construction and Housing Sectors.

This event is in partnership with the Ministry of Infrastructure, Institute of Engineers of Rwanda and Rwanda Institute of Architects. It is free of charge to visit the exhibit and attend the 2 day seminar programme. For your invitation and programme go to www.ace-events.com.

Alongside the exhibition and the 2 day seminar programme a CPD course on Integrated Water Management is being held on 8 November. A small fee of $55.00 is required to attend. To register go to www.engineersrwanda.rw.

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AFRICA PPP 2018
Oct
24
to Oct 25

AFRICA PPP 2018

10th Africa Public Private Partnership Conference and Showcase

Cape Sun Hotel, Cape Town

Africa PPP is the leading platform to discuss and learn about public-private partnerships and promote their successful implementation in Africa. Launched in 2009 and consistently supported by multilateral institutions and developments banks, this event is attended by hundreds of participants representing both the public and private sectors from countries across the globe.

For its 10th edition, Africa PPP programme focuses on Water, Energy and Transport Partnerships and Projects, as all are considered to have direct impact on developing economies, sustainable development and cross border trade.

The event will bring together government entities and PPP units, with project developers, financiers, multilateral institutions, legal advisors, and other stakeholders.

Contact: Laura Sitzia appp@ametrade.org T +44 207 700 4949

 For more information visit: Africa PPP website

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Infrastructure Africa
Oct
9
to Oct 10

Infrastructure Africa

Meet captains of industry

Connect with fellow CEOs, African Ministers and business
leaders to meet potential customers, partners and financiers.

Infrastructure Africa attracts leaders from across Africa who are looking for new projects, collaborations and an opportunity to create business connections. Infrastructure Africa is an exclusive event that brings together business and government leaders as well as industry and country experts - a combination of top level delegates which sets us apart from other mainstream events.

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electra mining africa 2018
Sep
10
to Sep 14

electra mining africa 2018

Expo Centre, Nasrec, Johannesburg

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT ELECTRA MINING AFRICA!

Over the last 46-years, the industry has come to count on ELECTRA MINING AFRICA for a world-class showcase of the latest and greatest innovations and technologies, the leading products and services, and the most cutting-edge machinery, equipment and solutions.

AND THIS YEAR THERE’S EVEN MORE TO SEE.

In September, you can look forward to everything you’ve come to expect at Electra Mining Africa and a WHOLE lot more – including a new every-day theme experience!

FIVE DAYS...FIVE THEMES

DAY ONE: THE FUTURE OF SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

One of the exciting highlights will be the Artisans Training Centre, developed in partnership with The SAJ Competency Training Institute and the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC).

DAY TWO: NEW PRODUCTS SHOWCASE

New products will be judged by our supporting partner South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC) and we’ll highlight the top ranked new products!

DAY THREE: ‘LOCAL IS LEKKER’ SOUTH AFRICAN DAY

A show that belongs to the industry, Electra Mining Africa will be celebrating its heritage as a proudly South African exhibition and we’ll be promoting all things local.

DAY FOUR: SAFETY DAY

Safety is ever growing in importance with every employee having the right to work in a safe environment. We’ll put the spotlight on safety and showcase the latest innovations and safety trends.

DAY FIVE: DIVERSITY DAY

Electra Mining Africa is not just a mining show. It covers many other sectors including; Industrial, transport, electrical, construction and more. Explore our diversity with us.

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World Water Week
Aug
26
to Aug 31

World Water Week

World Water Week is the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues. It is organized by SIWI. In 2018, World Water Week will address the theme “Water, ecosystems and human development”. In 2017, over 3,300 individuals and around 380 convening organizations from 135 countries participated in the Week.

Experts, practitioners, decision-makers, business innovators and young professionals from a range of sectors and countries come to Stockholm to network, exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today. We believe water is key to our future prosperity, and that together, we can achieve a water wise world.

To find out more or to register, click here.

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POWER-GEN, DistribuTECH Africa 2018
Jul
17
to Jul 19

POWER-GEN, DistribuTECH Africa 2018

Powering up a continent at POWER-GEN, DistribuTECH Africa 2018

POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa 2018 will be staged at the Sandton Convention Centre from 17 – 19 July 2018. Themed ‘Powering up a continent’, this annual event brings together up to 3,000 key industry stakeholders from across Africa and abroad for three days of high-level debate and analysis.

POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa, attract a broad range of delegates, including regional electricity distribution companies, power producers, utilities, oil and gas companies, energy and engineering consultants, government and regulators, environmental agencies, development agencies and investors. Exposure at these conferences allows experts and thought leaders to showcase research papers, best practice methodologies, industry innovations and success stories to the most comprehensive cross-section of African power players under one roof.

In over 30 conference sessions across several focused tracks, POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH Africa present new research, trends analysis, case studies, innovations and solutions for the power generation and distribution sectors. 

To book your booth or to register as a visitor or conference delegate visit www.powergenafrica.com

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WISA 2018 Conference and Exhibition “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas”
Jun
24
to Jun 27

WISA 2018 Conference and Exhibition “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas”

The Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA) invites you to attend the WISA biennial conference and exhibition 2018, which will take place at the CTICC, Cape Town, from 24 to 27 June 2018.

The central theme of “Breaking barriers, Connecting ideas” seeks to address past, existing and future water resource challenges by promoting collaboration, cooperation and integration within the water sector. The Southern African region faces increased uncertainty and vulnerability regarding water supply. The following thematic areas for the conference seek to promote, inspire and demonstrate the value of working beyond existing mandates and perceived restrictions. While an emphasis is placed on Southern African case studies and research, international examples applicable to the Southern African context are welcome.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS -  DEADLINE 30 JUNE 2017

Thematic Areas for Conference 

The context of each thematic area is described in further detail highlighting discussion topics, with some guiding questions. This description is merely to serve as a guide, coupled with key words to assist with the submission of relevant abstracts under each of the thematic areas linked to the central theme of the conference.

Click here for more information.

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Manufacturing Indaba 2018 and Africa's drive towards a manufacturing revival
Jun
19
to Jun 20

Manufacturing Indaba 2018 and Africa's drive towards a manufacturing revival

At the State of the Nation Address 2018 (SONA) President Ramaphosa specified that it is necessary to address the decline of South Africa’s manufacturing capacity which has considerably affected employment and exports. He also confirmed that government plans to promote greater investment in key manufacturing sectors through the strategic use of incentives such as creating a localisation programme which will ensure that products like textile, clothing, furniture, rail rolling stock and water meters are designated for local procurement.

It is acknowledged that a country’s sustainable economic development is led by manufacturing with essential linkages to the upstream production sectors of the economy such as mining and agriculture, as well as the downstream sectors including services, which ultimately contribute overall to strengthening integrated value chains within industry.

Certain manufacturing sectors have high employment multipliers with areas such as technology, innovation, research and development enhanced through manufacturing. Likewise, manufacturing supports and enables the growth of national skills capacity and capabilities, and the movement towards a knowledge economy. So far, the structural transformation that shifts productive resources from agriculture and mining to manufacturing which has helped many countries achieve greater prosperity, has bypassed most African countries.

ABOUT MANUFACTURING INDABA

The 5th edition of the Manufacturing Indaba will be hosted at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on the 19th and 20th of June 2018, and will take place with the joint support and strategic partnership of the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) and the Manufacturing Circle, a corporate association of manufacturers.


Visit our new website, to learn more about this prestigious event
Enquiries: info@manufacturingindaba.co.za 

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World Water Day: Summit & Expo
Mar
22
to Mar 24

World Water Day: Summit & Expo

Venue: Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Conference Center, Durban, South Africa
Date: 22 - 24 March 2017

Once again the world will converge in South Africa, Durban on 22 March in celebration of the annual World Water Day, under the theme “Wastewater: The Untapped Resource" which is intended to highlight the plight of the global population still suffering from water and sanitation related issues. 

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Water Abstraction Symposium - Cape Town
Feb
16
8:00 AM08:00

Water Abstraction Symposium - Cape Town

Symposium Overview

International subject matter experts will speak on  developments within the mining and water industry with emphasis on large capacity groundwater pumping systems. Topics covered will include borehole drilling, rising main piping systems, pump selection, installation and operation, control and performance monitoring systems.

Cape Town: Rockwell Automation 9 Waterford Mews - Waterford Place Century Boulevard Century City

16 February 2018 08h00 for registration 08h30 – 15h45

Confirmations by no later than 12 February 2018

RSVP: Michelle Junius – mjunius@ra.rockwell.com

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Water Abstraction Symposium - Joburg
Feb
14
8:00 AM08:00

Water Abstraction Symposium - Joburg

Symposium Overview

International subject matter experts will speak on  developments within the mining and water industry with emphasis on large capacity groundwater pumping systems. Topics covered will include borehole drilling, rising main piping systems, pump selection, installation and operation, control and performance monitoring systems.

Johannesburg: Rockwell Automation Auditorium 369 Pretoria Avenue Ferndale, Randburg

14 February 2018 08h00 for registration 08h30 – 15h45

Confirmations by no later than 8 February 2018

RSVP: Michelle Junius – mjunius@ra.rockwell.com

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44th IAH Congress
Sep
25
to Sep 29

44th IAH Congress

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Groundwater Heritage and Sustainability. Eight main congress topics have been established under this theme: 1) Groundwater heritage - passing benefits to current and future generations; 2) Groundwater modelling; 3) Groundwater monitoring - new approaches; 4) Groundwater in karst systems; 5) Groundwater and dependent ecosystems; 6) Hydropower and geothermal energy; 7) Sustainable management of groundwater resources; 8) Mineral waters and human health. 

For more information, click here.

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WATEC Israel 2017
Sep
12
to Sep 14

WATEC Israel 2017

Water Technology & Environmental Control Exhibition & Conference

WATEC Israel 2017 is an international professional exhibition that offers a meeting place for manufacturers, researchers, investors, academics, purchasers and decision-makers representing both local and international businesses.

Click here for more information.

 

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IFAT Africa 2017
Sep
12
to Sep 14

IFAT Africa 2017

Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling

IFAT Environmental Technology Forum Africa, which celebrated its premiere from September 15 to 18, 2015 in Johannesburg, has positioned itself strongly in the African market. The first edition saw over 2 273 trade visitors from 38 countries engage with 116 exhibitors from 13 countries, taking up over 4 500 square meters. In addition, the trade fair boasted a high-caliber forum program. The next edition, IFAT Africa 2017, trade fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling, will take place in Johannesburg from September 12-14, 2017.

To find out more, click here.

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Training: Field Analysis of Tectonic Structures
Aug
18
to Aug 20

Training: Field Analysis of Tectonic Structures

Venue: Babanango Valley Lodge near Vryheid in KwaZulu-Natal

Presented by Prof. Mike Watkeys

Friday 18 August

  • Introduction to structural geology
  • Plotting and analysing structural data on stereo nets
  • Introduction to structures produced in brittle deformation, their measurement, analysis and significance

Saturday 19 August

  • Mapping and measuring of brittle features in the field
  • Analysis and discussion of mapped and measured structures
  • Introduction to structures produced in ductile deformation, their measurement, analysis and significance

Sunday 20 August

  • Mapping and measuring of bedding, cleavage, lineations and folds in the field
  • Analysis and discussion of mapped and measured structures and significance

Register now

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KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition
Jul
26
to Jul 28

KwaZulu-Natal Industrial Technology Exhibition

Durban Exhibition Centre KwaZulu-Natal

KZN's Industrial Technology Exhibition (KITE) has a jam-packed three-day programme of exhibitions, trending seminar topics and other visitor attractions.

KITE has negotiated a reduced parking fee for visitors to the show. If you park in the designated Centrum parking (on Samora Machel Street) you will pay only R30 in place of the standard R40 fee.

You also gain access to:

  1. The free-to-attend SAIMechE Seminar Theatre has 15 riveting topics, with something for everybody - click here for more information
  2. LEEASA Conference - covering DMR 18 guidelines, MEWSP, tower cranes, new rigger qualification, mobile cranes, overhead cranes and SABS. Earn 1 CPD point by attending on 26 July at 9:00 to 16:00
  3. MESA Special Interest Group: Digital Revolution - man or/or machine rules on 27 July from 12:00 to 16:00

Contact: Natasha Helberg - Trade Marketing Executive

info@kznindustrial.co.za  +27 (0) 76 168 0762   +27 (10) 003 3083

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Earth Hour
Mar
25
8:30 AM08:30

Earth Hour

This Earth Hour, South Africans pledge to Shine a Light on Climate Action!

Earth Hour is the world's largest grassroots movement for the environment, and its deepest impacts are beginning to reveal themselves through the day-to-day efforts of individuals and businesses. This year, the South African campaign focuses on food, energy, water and waste - challenging individuals, communities, schools, businesses and municipalities to take the lead on climate action. Through our interactive pledge platform, all South Africans are being called upon to take small actions that collectively translate into a big impact on climate change. Join WWF South Africa as we encourage all people to help us by becoming motivators and climate champions for the Earth.

Find out more.

 

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World Water Day
Mar
22
to Mar 24

World Water Day

Venue: Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Conference Center, Durban, South Africa
Date: 22 - 24 March 2017

Once again the world will converge in South Africa, Durban on 22 March in celebration of the annual World Water Day, under the theme “Wastewater: The Untapped Resource" which is intended to highlight the plight of the global population still suffering from water and sanitation related issues. The activities of the celebrations will amongst others include:

  1. The Launch of the 2017 United Nations World Water Development Report (WWDR) titled “Wastewater: The Untapped Resource”.
  2. The unveiling of the initiative of the United Nations/World Bank High Level Panel on Water (HLPW) on "Access to water and sanitation for 10 Billion people" to accelerate the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in particular Goal 6.
  3. The adoption of the political Declaration on World Water Day 2017.

 

Africa's rising population is driving demand for water and accelerating the degradation of water resources. In Africa, especially sub Saharan Africa, more than a quarter of the population spends more than half an hour per round trip to collect water, which has dire implications for women and children. According to the World Health Organisation, 115 people in Africa die every hour from diseases linked to poor sanitation, poor hygiene and contaminated water. A lack of access to safe drinking water and sanitation still kills more children than malaria, measles and HIV/AIDS combined.

Based on the above to the World Water Day, the celebrations are extended to feature a 2 day Regional Water Summit and Expo, which will focus on the following:

  • Broader water and sanitation challenges facing the continent.
  • Celebrating high impact projects that have improved service delivery.
  • Sharing best practice from local and international experts.
  • Reviewing progress made in improving access to water and sanitation.
  • Showcasing the latest technologies and solutions for key water challenges.
  • Shaping and influencing the water discourse in the continent in line with the SDGs. countries policy direction on water and sanitation.

For more information, click here.

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