When circular economies work
Thu Feb 25 08:38:25 UTC 2016
Understanding the waste tyre management fee
Mon Feb 22 08:35:32 UTC 2016
Collaboration key to socio-economic development
Wed Feb 10 08:24:35 UTC 2016
More engineers needed in SA
Thu Jan 21 08:18:41 UTC 2016
Mathe group-boosting KZN’s economic growth through waste management
Fri Jan 08 08:15:51 UTC 2016
Newly launched NMMU Testing Centre to enhance research
Wed Dec 23 07:59:39 UTC 2015
Seeing the big picture and fine detail of recycling’s social and environmental impact
Mon Dec 21 07:56:24 UTC 2015
Road accidents deadliest cause of loss of life in the country
Thu Dec 17 07:52:48 UTC 2015
Closing the loop on the water cycle
Fri Dec 18 07:50:09 UTC 2015
Three billion people will join the global consumer class over the next two decades, accelerating the degradation of natural resources and escalating competition for them. Nowhere is this growing imbalance playing out more acutely than the water sector.
Circular economy no longer an option but is imperative to socio-economic development
Thu Dec 17 07:47:36 UTC 2015
The recent announcement of the European Commission’s new Circular Economy Package has been seen by many as a step backwards, rather than pushing more ambitious targets.
REDISA Awards round up photo story
Wed Dec 16 07:42:07 UTC 2015
2015 has been a busy and productive year for REDISA, with several milestones achieved in the second year of operation.
What Happens to Your Waste
Thu Sep 03 10:35:40 UTC 2015
The path to economic growth is circular
Sun Oct 04 09:09:51 UTC 2015
Economic growth in Africa could be accelerated by the implementation of circular economies similar to the REDISA (Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa) waste tyre management plan, according to a recently released international study.
Leading the future
Wed Sep 02 12:49:58 UTC 2015
As we celebrate women’s month this August we need to reflect on the progress made in the advancement of women in our country.
Education key to changing perceptions about the environment
Open to schools goers in the Eastern and Western Cape, the entry deadline for the Puku Children’s Literature Foundation Story Competition is open until 24 July, 2015.
Moving towards a resource revolution-to save the environment
Wed Jul 15 09:52:24 UTC 2015
Making a living from waste
Sustainability Week - Get ready to put ideas in motion
We are closer than we think to running out of raw materials
Wed Aug 19 09:51:41 UTC 2015
By 2050, if current consumption and production patterns remain the same and with a rising population expected to reach 9.6 billion, we will need three planets to sustain our way of life.
World Economic Forum – how to make sustainable development a reality
Sun Jun 14 09:49:49 UTC 2015
The 25th World Economic Forum on Africa aims to focus on the continent’s efforts to enhance competitiveness, invest in human capital, strengthen risk resilience and harness opportunities arising from technology adoption in all sectors.
No retreads in job creation at REDISA
Wed Sep 02 09:53:25 UTC 2015
The value of women in waste
Wed Sep 02 09:54:06 UTC 2015
Women such as Octavia Matamela, Operations Manager at Dawhi Rubber Recycling in Germiston, exemplify the shift towards an industry that complies with the environmental laws and follows ethical processes.
Eden district municipality calls for zero waste
Wed Sep 02 09:52:30 UTC 2015
Public private collaboration can go a long way towards successful waste management and ultimately cleaning the environment. Proof of this is the Eden district municipality which by working together with REDISA is keeping the local communities free of tyre waste specifically.
Storytelling continues to bring people together
Wed Sep 02 09:53:52 UTC 2015
On 25 May 2015, Africans around the world will celebrate Africa Day. Africa Day presents an opportunity for South Africans to reconnect and recommit themselves with the aim of developing a better Africa and a better world.
Working towards a sustainable future for South Africa
Sun Oct 04 10:04:01 UTC 2015
Sannie Phasha-A woman on the move
Wed Sep 02 09:53:39 UTC 2015
REDISA, by resolving the waste tyre problem through a circular economy approach, is developing jobs and small business opportunities within the sector.
Global Road Safety Week
Wed Sep 02 09:52:50 UTC 2015
As we celebrate the 3rd UN Global Road Safety Week from 4-10 May 2015, it’s a good reminder to keep safety as a top priority while on the roads.
Equality for women is progress for all
Tue May 05 10:06:10 UTC 2015
Training and skills transfer is essential for successful SMME business development
Waste tyres used to curb cable theft
With cable theft increasing, South African entrepreneurs have stepped up
Collecting waste -a way of life
Fri Jun 19 10:02:24 UTC 2015
IT work experience is empowering future leaders
Wed Sep 02 12:46:58 UTC 2015
REDISA, by resolving the waste tyre problem through a circular economy approach, is developing opportunities within the technology sector.
Urban Mining Provides a Solution For E-Waste In SA
Thu Nov 06 16:04:55 UTC 2014
Currently only 20% of the world’s e-waste is recycled annually.
REDISA is Changing Lives
Thu May 15 09:08:23 UTC 2014
as skills shortages within sectors such as engineering remains an issue, the private sectors’ contribution to education in the country cannot be underestimated
Partnerships key for socio-economic growth
Wed Aug 19 10:12:57 UTC 2015
REDISA (Recycling and Economic Initiative of South Africa), in collaboration with the Department of Environmental Affairs has successfully implemented a circular economy within the tyre industry and the benefits are clearly being demonstrated.
Sky’s the limit with REDISA
Wed Mar 18 09:56:50 UTC 2015
Developing young women to be research and development pioneers
Tue Aug 11 10:03:26 UTC 2015
According to the Women in Engineering organisation, in a global economy with rising unemployment and a desperate need of scarce skills, increasing the number of women in engineering within any company or country is a competitive advantage.
Tyre tips to keep motorists safe this Easter
Tue Apr 07 09:30:13 UTC 2015
As we celebrate the Easter holiday this April, it’s important to keep safety as a top priority while on the roads. While the country is continuously working to provide the best transport infrastructure, what remains a challenge is the high number of road accidents.