Articles: EE Publishers

EE Publishers’ annual client event 2018

EE Publishers recently held its annual client luncheon which has been widely acclaimed as a great success, not least due to the outstanding presentation by Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman, founder of Gift of the Givers.  Dr. Sooliman has received numerous awards for his tireless humanitarian efforts to provide relief  in disaster areas worldwide.  His account of […]

Join the debate on the restructuring of Eskom

. You, your friends, colleagues, business associates and all interested persons are cordially invited to attend an open, energy sector debate to consider: Should Eskom be restructured, and if so, how and when? DATE: Thursday 10 May 2018 TIME: 15h00 for 15h30 to 18h00, with drinks and snacks thereafter VENUE: Axiz Auditorium, International Business Gateway, […]

Managing heritage resources in the digital age

The South African Heritage Resources Information System (SAHRIS) online content management system allows South Africans to play a role in the preservation and conservation of their heritage, and offers the South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) a way to effectively coordinate the management of heritage resources.  The South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) is the […]

Obituary: Brian Seligmann

Brian Seligmann, experienced telecoms professional and industry veteran, recently passed away in a domestic accident at his home on 11 March. Seligmann graduated with a BSc in electronic engineering from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in 1980, and received his Master’s in applied robotics from Canterbury University in 1999. He was an early member of the Transvaal Amateur […]

The transition to a low carbon future must be rapid, and must be for everyone

In response to the interdict sought to stop yesterday’s signature of the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for 27 renewable independent power producer procurement programme (REIPPPP) projects, the Life After Coal Campaign emphasises the urgent need for a rapid, but just transition from coal to a low carbon future. Workers in power stations and coal mines […]

Parties agree to delay PPA signing for now

Contrary to earlier media reports, the High Court in Pretoria has not granted an interdict preventing Eskom from signing the 27 outstanding power producer agreements (PPAs). Instead, the court decided to postpone the matter until 27 March when the matter will be heard in full. The minister of energy, Jeff Radebe, announced on 8 March […]

Young scientists put data to work in solving problems

A group of young data science students could have the answer to help prevent fatalities in South African mines due to seismic activity and rock bursts, with the development of an early warning and monitoring system called “Rock Pulse”. The students are part of a group participating in the Data Science for Impact and Decision […]