South Africa

Public transport systems are primarily there to serve the poor and disenfranchised. These South Africans usually live the furthest from places of employment and spend ~43% of their monthly household... Read more


GreenCape has been working with companies to showcase examples of alternative and reduced water use in their respective business sectors. Read more


South Africa’s unique history of institutionalised racial discrimination, which systematically excluded non-white people from meaningful participation in the national economy, necessitates specific measures to address race-based social and economic inequality. Read more


The City of Cape Town, assisted by GreenCape, is inviting people to submit quotes for a conceptual design for the provision of Non-Motorised Transport (NMT) facilities along the Kuilsrivier River Corridor. Read more


The first highly cost-effective solar powered desalination plant in South Africa will be commissioned by the end of October 2018 at Witsand, Hessequa Municipality, Western Cape. Read more


On 19 January 2018 the City of Cape Town released a request for ideas (RFI) to the marketplace on how the City can make use of digital technology and data... Read more


The Western Cape Industrial Symbiosis Programme (WISP), a free facilitation service to companies, has been selected as runner-up in the Circular Economy: Public Sector award of The Circulars 2018. Read more


GreenCape is delighted and grateful to have received a grant from the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) for a feasibility study to assess the market demand, socio-economic impacts, and key... Read more