Unique Quoin Rock picnics re-launch in October

Unique Quoin Rock picnics re-launch in October

Cape Town: Nothing beats a stylish picnic in a natural environment, with an awe inspiring backdrop and if you add dedicated service to that, Quoin Rock is a winning destination for a pleasurable, safe day out. With its extraordinary cuisine, much has been said about...

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Technology and innovation empowering women in agriculture

Technology and innovation empowering women in agriculture

Women in male-dominated industries have a powerful story to tell about the role they play in society. Stories of perseverance, dedication and leadership. It is important that we celebrate their contributions and the impact that they have in their respective...

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Public toilets during COVID19

Public toilets during COVID19

The reopening of shopping malls and restaurants thanks to the gradual easing of lockdown regulations has led to an increase of foot traffic at these public spaces. This puts a new challenge and demand on public toilet facilities, especially as far as cleaning routines...

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Your PPE waste is a contamination risk to others!

Your PPE waste is a contamination risk to others!

COVID19 arrived in a world that was already battling plastic pollution and reckless dumping of waste. The UN declared ‘plastic pollution’ a global crisis two years ago which brings an added element towards safely and responsibly when dealing with COVID19-related PPE...

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Water crisis must be addressed before it’s too late

Water crisis must be addressed before it’s too late

Following breaking news from the Eastern Cape regarding health facilities and their lack of running water for basic sanitation and hygiene, water storage pioneer Mannie Jnr. Ramos, COO of Abeco Tanks urges government and industry players to prioritise water on the...

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10 Eco-Friendly Building Materials Changing Home Design

10 Eco-Friendly Building Materials Changing Home Design

The building industry has always been infamous for its wastage and for its environmental impact. Demolition, transport of materials and unsustainable sources are all to blame for the industry’s sizable carbon footprint. However, as the younger generation enters the...

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Water scarcity is the next big challenge

Water scarcity is the next big challenge

World Water Day – 22 March 2020 There is another crisis looming: that of water scarcity. On 22 March every year the South African government adopts World Water Day as a time to underline the importance of water. “After a very somber week, government and the private...

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The Role of Technology in Conserving the Environment

The Role of Technology in Conserving the Environment

Indusrialization has always been seen as the key to better living and wealth; but in reality, it’s clear that although it leads to better living conditions, industrialization affects the environment and eventually causes climate change. By industrialization, we are...

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New elements spice up SPAR Charity Golf Day

New elements spice up SPAR Charity Golf Day

There was some of the old and some of the new as competitors braved breezy conditions during the annual SPAR Charity Golf Day at Humewood on Thursday. The old was the penguin theme of the day to highlight the plight of coastal birds in the region, which are monitored...

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Golden chance to promote PE’s cleanliness

Golden chance to promote PE’s cleanliness

SPAR Eastern Cape delivered a strong message to the Nelson Mandela Bay community when the SPAR Summer Nathi programme was launched at Happy Valley in Port Elizabeth yesterday. With an exciting festival, co-ordinated by events company Soul Good, laid out from December...

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Sanctor children do their part for Mandela Day

Sanctor children do their part for Mandela Day

SPAR Eastern Cape took their campaign to clean up the environment on Mandela Day to Port Elizabeth’s northern areas yesterday when they joined hands with several parties and the Sanctor schools to make a difference. Set up by the Project Nelson Mandela Bay Clean City...

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SPAR EC takes plastic campaign to the next level

SPAR EC takes plastic campaign to the next level

The next stage of SPAR Eastern Cape’s STOP Plastic campaign was launched this week as the biggest food retailer in the region aims to take the project to another level. At a function at the Boardwalk Hotel in Port Elizabeth on Monday, Angelo Swartz, who will soon take...

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