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Issue: 29

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Received: 2010-10-05


The University of the Witwatersrand has been involved in the development of appropriate stoves for a number of years. The present project on low-cost woodburning cookstoves was started in 1990. The focus of the work has been on designing a stove for the predominantly Tsonga-speaking people who live in this area. In South Africa it has been found that 79% of household energy requirements in rural areas are met with fuelwood.

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