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In South Africa, 90% of general waste ends up in landfills, while only 10% is recycled.
With sustainability on everyone’s lips, what can we expect or imagine for the future of our cities after the implementation of science and the advancement of technology?
This International Day of Climate Action, meet South African youths who are some of our country’s biggest climate activists.
South Africa is one of the 30 driest countries in the world, which is why Vodacom has taken measure to protect this precious resource. And we’re giving you tips on how to do the same.
Vodacom remains mindful of the business decisions we make and understands the impact of such decisions on our planet.
Vodacom's policy on waste management prioritises the reuse of e-waste in a safe and responsible manner.
Vodacom is committed to eliminating all non-essential plastics by the end of March 2020. Here's how.
We have invested in various water-wise practices and initiatives to reduce our water consumption over the years.
In our past 25 years of connecting, we have proactively minimised our environmental impact in the following ways:
If you don’t already have your home recycling system sorted, National Clean-up and Recycling Week is the perfect time to start.
From the 1st to the 7th of September, Vodacom, along with the rest of South Africa, celebrates Arbor Week.
These South Africans are working towards sustainable solutions for the country’s challenges.
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