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Meet the women driving change in the transport industry

THE best auto and trucking companies in South Africa are taking steps towards diversity and inclusion, and encouraging women who have a passion for...

R297m lifeline for carbon black tyre manufacturer

AN investment of almost R300m will ensure that Orion Engineered Carbons remains in business and part of the automotive value chain. The investment arrangement, involving...

Opinion piece: Don’t overcomplicate things with SETAs

Businesses offering learnerships, internships, skills programmes and apprenticeships are obliged to deal with various Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs). However, there are 21 SETAs...

Big win for black-owned Gqeberha suppliers

ISUZU Motors South Africa has invested R580m to support the growth of local automotive component manufacturers and drive transformation in the automotive sector. Over 100...

Day zero looms as Kouga’s water crisis worsens

LARGE parts of Kouga will run out of potable water by the end of May. With no significant rainfall predicted for the next four months,...

High risk large parts of the Metro will run out of water by end of May

by Denise Van Huyssteen, CEO There is high risk that 40% of Nelson Mandela Bay will have no water by the end of May as...

Coega relief hampers for Durban flood victims

AS KwaZulu-Natal continues to count the cost of the floods that have ravaged the province, the Coega Development Corporation has provided flood relief hampers...

R102-million boost for EC auto manufacturing

FORMEX Industries is gearing itself for new projects that are planned for Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) and the expected localisation drive from other automotive...

Simple safety checks to avoid construction auction pitfalls

SOME research before entering into a transaction with an auctioneering company can avert disappointment and problems that may occur through dealings with unprofessional or...

Building a stronger, more inclusive agriculture sector

By Dawie Maree and Gert Breet THE importance of the agricultural sector to South Africa extends far beyond its direct contribution to GDP of around...

R76m more for N2 Wild Coast road project

THE South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) will invest over R76 million in seven new contracts to benefit local communities that live around the...

Buffalo City geared to capitalise on maritime sector

IN support of local players and maritime stakeholders, The South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) in collaboration with the Buffalo City Maritime Cluster (BCMC)...

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Massive fuel price hike looms: more pain for SA farmers

PETROL and diesel prices could rise by as much as R3 a litre when the fuel tax returns to normal in June. Treasury cut the...

Insurance ombuds put R400M back in the hands of consumers

BOTH the ombuds for long-term (life) and short-term (non-life) insurance jointly put almost R400-milion back in the hands of consumers in 2021. The ombuds for...

Momentous milestone for passenger car maker

VOLKSWAGEN SA celebrated a momentous milestone earlier this month with the 1-millionth Polo for export rolling off the production line at the plant in...

Food safety at risk as importers battle delays

PRODUCT recalls and outbreaks of foodborne illnesses make headlines all the time. But recent supply chain bottlenecks are raising fears about food quality and...