DHI South Africa
28 Mar 2017
Aqua Republica bags Enterprise Award in Hack4Water challenge
South Africa is experiencing extreme drought, with five out of nine provinces declared as disaster areas.
18 May 2016
DHI South Africa recently held its annual conference with a focus on climate change adaptations
The recent drought experienced in Southern Africa has placed tremendous pressure on the already water-scarce region. With the current situation in mind, DHI South Africa held its annual conference...
10 May 2016
Our new Tech Talk episode three: Computational Fluid Dynamics
We have just uploaded the third installment of our Tech Talk, this time putting computational fluid dynamics in focus. Over the years, DHI has increasingly helped our clients solve the toughest...
09 May 2016
UNEP-DHI Partnership has completed a collaborated project to assess and protect the transboundary river basins around the world
The UNEP-DHI Partnership, in collaboration with eight other organisations and research institutes, have recently completed assessment of the world’s 286 transboundary river basins. The assessment...
29 Mar 2016
MIKE 21 used in marine modelling study for proposed new liquefied natural gas terminal in India
DHI was roped in to support the construction of a new onshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Chhara, India. Using MIKE Powered by DHI's MIKE 21 software, we were able to provide a base...
18 Mar 2016
World Water Day 2016: Better water, better jobs
Almost 1.5 billion people – that’s half of the world’s working population – are employed in water-related sectors today.
08 Jan 2016
GlobWetland Africa – towards Earth Observation-based wetland monitoring in Africa
A consortium led by DHI GRAS which includes GeoVille GmbH (Austria), ITC (Netherlands) and Brockman Consult (Germany) as well as the technical universities in Copenhagen and Vienna has been...
07 Jul 2015
DHI South Africa hosts successful annual conference
DHI South Africa’s annual conference held 11 June this year generated a large amount of interest among experts in the field of water, the environment, mining, agriculture and energy.
12 Aug 2010
City of Cape Town frontrunner in water and sanitation management information system
In South African municipalities the rate of water waste due to leakage in the water pipes exceeds 30%. This is a major problem in a country suffering from very limited water supply.