Glenneis Kriel from Farmer’s Weekly writes here about a recent tour to farms and the AgriTech exhibition in Israel. The author says that South Africa can learn a great deal from Israel’s water management.
Even before Israel achieved statehood 70 years ago, the country’s pioneers harnessed their fierce determination, forward thinking, and more than a little chutzpah to overcome the challenges posed by the land’s limited natural resources. Just
An Israeli company is bringing Israel’s renowned cutting-edge innovation to Africa. Israeli solar power developer Gigawatt Global has entered into a landmark strategic relationship with the West African Power Pool (WAPP) by signing a deal
To many minds, the thought of manufacturing conjures up images of a world in which heavy industry dominated national economies, before the latest technological revolution disrupted everything. Since the Industrial Revolution, however, manufacturing and technology
It is no secret that mounting cybersecurity threats jeopardize the security of nations’ critical infrastructure systems – from power plants to water reservoirs to our railway systems and beyond – with potentially dire consequences for
Scott Moore is a Young Professional and Water Resource Specialist with the World Bank Group Water Global Practice. Following a recent study tour he concludes that what they saw on the ground shows that combining
Israeli agriculture technologies for farmers have attracted some seven percent of global investment in the first half of 2017, a new report shows. Read the Article by Shoshanna Solomon in the Times of Israel
Hyundai’s Youngcho Chi said the center will open in 2018 and would focus on energy, smart cities, artificial intelligence, smart transportation and robotics. Korean giant Hyundai Motors is becoming the latest of several major international