World Toilet Day, 19 November, is a day to celebrate toilets and raise awareness of the 4.2 billion people living without access to safely managed sanitation.
The South African Council for the Landscape Architectural Profession (SACLAP) is one of six Councils for the Built Environment Professionals (CBEP) in South Africa.
As we move into Spring and look forward to Summer, we need to focus on saving water. Water is a precious and scarce resource and it is important to conserve it at all times, especially during the warmer months.
Register now for the 7th IFLA Africa Symposium which will be held on 15 & 16 October 2021. The theme for this virtual collaboration conference is Health & Vitality 2021: Creating Appropriate Cities in Africa.
Come join us for discussions on South Africa’s water situation, including thought-provoking topics such as water usage breakdown by sector, forecasted impacts of climate change, desalination, rainwater harvesting and many more pressing facts about South Africa’s water sources, challenges and innovations.
What have we accomplished in the past quarter?
Click on the button below to download the Arbor Week 2021 Poster
The idea for Arbor Day originally came from Nebraska, USA, a state that one can easily dispute was once a tree-less plain. It was this lack of trees that led to the founding of Arbor Day in the 1800s by J. Sterling Morton from Detroit.
Do you have an employee that is studying and could benefit from a bursary?
Join Dr Di Goodwin for a Zoom information session on 8 September at 11:00.
Ubuntu, famously translated as “I am because we are” reminds us that our true power as human beings is unleashed when we unite and work together. This South African phrase was put to test last month by the distress felt nationally just before the commemoration of Nelson Mandela Day.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused devastating destruction in our lives and it has further exposed the existing issues surrounding social injustice. Many have lost their lives while others their source of income, added to this hunger has been elevated within our communities.