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A Z-CARD® Nuclear Energy communication tool

A Z-CARD® Nuclear Energy communication tool
A Z-CARD® Nuclear Energy communication tool

A Z-CARD® Nuclear Energy communication tool


Jul 15th, 09:48

South Africa has an energy intensive economy, mainly as a consequence of the exploitation of the country’s mineral resources including coal which accounts for over 90% of the total electricity generating capacity.

The Department of Energy selected a Z-CARD® to get this and other messages across, at various events, conferences, exhibitions and during the Department’s reporting to the Presidency.

Designed by Z-Zone Event Solutions, an event management company, the pocket-sized Z-CARD® explains the Department of Energy’s core function in relation to nuclear energy, its key activities and its international obligations.

The Department of Energy is responsible for ensuring the exploration, development, processing, utilisation and management of South Africa's mineral and energy resources, whilst the Electricity and Nuclear Branch is responsible for electricity and nuclear-energy affairs.

“Our client selected the Z-CARD® to communicate these messages as it is compact and thus easy to carry around,” says Z-Zone’s Nick Ndaba, Director for Technolgy Solutions and Communication Strategies.

The Z-CARD® also contains the Department of Energy’s legislative mandate, its mission, its values, and its Vision 2014 and Vision 2025, ensuring an all-in-one communication solution about the Department and its ultimate goals.

For more information about Z-Zone Event Solutions, visit For more information about the Department of Energy, visit

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