Green IT

Wazihub, Microsoft, Zindi call on data scientists

The organisations partner on a competition to create a machine learning model capable of predicting soil humidity for farmers.

31 Jul

Renewables industry to co-operate with public protector's probe

The sector welcomes Busisiwe Mkwebane’s investigation into allegations of malfeasance in the multi-billion-rand deals.

31 Jul

Prepaid solar electricity coming to your home

A local energy solutions company will soon rollout a prepaid, decentralised solar electricity solution in SA.

31 Jul

Rising renewable energy expenditure weighs on Eskom

The record loss-making parastatal says expenditure on renewable independent power producers jumped to R22.2 billion this year.

29 Jul

How green is my data?

There are many misconceptions around printing being bad for the environment, says Nashua.


Make the switch to solar with Duxbury Networking

The company has released the latest addition to the Duxbury Switch range, a solar switch ideal for remote locations.


IPP Office boss axed for ‘operational instability’ issues

Government clarifies why it removed Karen Breytenbach as head of the Independent Power Producer Office, while the sector expresses shock at the move.


SMEs should use cloud to go green

The benefits of the cloud go beyond cost and efficiency – cloud can also impact a small business owner’s carbon footprint.

Jul 23, 2019

Planned durability is a good thing

Lexmark's long-life components help eliminate waste and improve serviceability.


Ford moves to introduce self-driving vehicles by 2021

The car manufacturer is on a push to unveil its first fully autonomous vehicle in Europe and in US.


Western Cape prioritises green, tech sectors

The province promises intensified support of key industries that will facilitate job creation, identifying green and technology sectors among those to help achieve this.