Monthly Archives: March 2021

BD3 CCS Facility Reaches 4 Million Tonne Milestone

BD3 CCS Facility The following commentary by Brent Jacobs, P.Eng. is a statement on behalf of the International CCS Knowledge Centre. It takes courage to be first. And now with SaskPower’s ground-breaking Boundary Dam 3 CCS Facility (BD3) having captured and prevented four million tonnes (4Mt) of CO2 from entering the atmosphere, it is a […]

Analytica Announces Expansion of PeriCoach® Pelvic Health Solution into China

PeriCoach PeriCoach will be distributed through extensive network of postpartum care centres, hospitals, pharmacy chains, and online platforms serviced by the joint venture partners. Joint venture will also leverage extensive network of over 30,000 clinicians in 100 cities to distribute PeriCoach in China. Agreement builds upon Analytica’s existing Middle East distribution partnership to facilitate growth […]

Hikvision completes major enhancements to its HikCentral Professional integrated security software

HikCentral Professional 2.0 now supports a broader range of security and business applications in one platform, all managed with a new dynamic and intuitive user interface.   HANGZHOU, China, March 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Hikvision launched newly updated HikCentral Professional 2.0 security software (“HCP 2.0”), which blends feeds from multiple systems onto a single platform. […]

As COVID-19 Epicenter, South Africa to Receive 41 Million Vaccine Doses

The coronavirus vaccine is coming, with South Africa expecting to conclude negotiations in upcoming weeks to vaccinate 41 million people, and the next stage of vaccinations to begin in May, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced late Tuesday. In additi…

Rural COVID, Urban COVID: Africa Sees Sharp Divide

It is hard to see COVID-19 here, in the small village of KaMatsamo. Goats pick their way through a path that runs from the highway, the main thoroughfare in this South African town of some 23,000 people. On a recent day, most residents were not diligen…

Botswana to Proceed with Elephant Hunts Despite Red List

Authorities in Botswana say the elephant hunting season will go ahead as planned, despite a world conservation body listing African elephants as endangered. Botswana’s government argues its elephant population – the world’s largest – is growing too fas…