Tag: Water
Pump manufacturer’s message to Southern Africa

KSB Pumps and Valves board are from left (back) Dr Sven Baumgarten, chairman, Mr Clinton Harris, operations, Mr David Jones, sales and marketing, Dr.-Ing. Stephan Bross, director, Mr Grant Glennistor, SupremeServ, Mr Peter Weber, managing director, Mr Friedrich Gorgens, technical, Mr Michael ...

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Water Must Get Back on the Health Agenda

Water tanks and water hygiene have come to the forefront as the Coronavirus pandemic is expected to impact poorest communities in Africa who have limited access to water for basic sanitation, hygiene and health. “This pandemic highlights the need to get water back on the health agenda,” says ...

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Boosting Farm Productivity is the Key to Unlocking the Full Economic Value of Ethiopia’s Agricultural Sector

Teff cluster farming Palls utilized farm Ethiopia’s agricultural sector is the bedrock of the economy, employing more than 70% of the workforce, accounting for more than a third of GDP, and serving as the country’s largest earner of foreign exchange. Yet outdated farming practices and low ...

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Day Zero only paints half the picture

Day Zero only paints half the picture

Dawie Marre  South Africa is in the grips of a water shortage that is reaching a critical stage, though much is said about the looming Day Zero in the Western Cape, the depleting water levels remain a concern in other parts of the country. Day Zero in the Western Cape is estimated to take ...

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