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Evowood (formerly known as Masonite) placed in voluntary liquidation
24 July, 2019
Engineered wood producer Evowood (formerly known as Masonite), has been placed in voluntary liquidation by the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). Nkosinathi Nhlangulela, a director of Evowood, confirmed this week that the Estcourt based mill ceased operations. read more
Flaim Trainer U-Tube videos from Skillstrain Distribution
17 July, 2019
Skills Train
Flaim Trainer in Southern Africa offered by SkillsTrain Distribution. read more
Agriculture scores a hit against fracking
16 July, 2019
Agri SA
Agri SA is ecstatic about the decision by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in favour of Agri Eastern Cape and other stakeholders, that no fracking shall be allowed for the time being. The SCA found that the current regulations regarding shale gas development... read more
Invitation: Dr. Brenda Baillie presentation
10 July, 2019
Dr Brenda Baillie is a freshwater scientist based at Scion (NZ Forest Research Institute Ltd.) in Rotorua, New Zealand. Her research work includes the water quality and ecology of streams and riparian areas, the effects of planted forest management practices such as harvesting and pesticide use. read more
IUFRO Biocontrol meeting
10 July, 2019
Thank you to all those that have already submitted their abstracts for the upcoming meeting of IUFRO Working Group 7.03.13 ‘Biological control of forest insect pests and pathogens', which will take place at Future Africa in Pretoria, South Africa, from 6-8 November 2019. read more
Media Release: Sappi becomes an International Stakeholder member of PEFC
2 July, 2019
Sappi Limited (Sappi) is pleased to announce that we have become an International Stakeholder member of the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest CertificationTM(PEFCTM)This membership aligns with our focus on sustainable forest management read more
South African GDP
1 July, 2019
Dolphin Bay Chemicals
The government is underestimating South Africa's gross domestic product (GDP) by at least 10%, or as much as 20%.This means that our GDP, the most often cited barometer of the country's economic health, is at least R450-billion larger than we currently believe. read more