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Pre-fabulous! COVID clinics among hundreds of mobile buildings erected in record time

OVER a nine-month period, Kwikspace executed 630 projects, delivering and erecting more than 1 700 prefabricated, relocatable buildings covering 55 000 m² . Of these,...

No, COVID hasn’t killed off the office but…

THANKS to COVID-19, architects and designers are going to have to create buildings and workspaces that entice people back into the office and enhance...

Mid-sized companies largely defenceless in face of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks

Medium-sized companies in South Africa are in a precarious position in terms of cybersecurity, writes Lukas van der Merwe, Specialist Sales Executive: Security, T-Systems...

SMEs see light at the end of COVID tunnel

FOLLOWING a year of unprecedented challenges, South African small and medium enterprises (SMEs) appear to have seen a glimmer of light at the end...

How water reuse can help close the EC water demand gap

Water management and wastewater reuse is essential if South Africa, and the Eastern Cape in particular, is to plug the gap between supply and...

PE lab at centre of R3bn COVID vaccine quest

A Port Elizabeth laboratory is at the centre of Aspen Pharmacare’s efforts to create a COVID-19 vaccine in collaboration with US-based pharmaceutical giant Johnson...

No rescue. Veteran PE tyre plant to close

BRIDGESTONE South Africa (BSAF) has finalised the process to close its tyre manufacturing plant in Port Elizabeth, this despite a promise by Eastern Cape...

Why government needs to take ransomware seriously

WITH October marking International Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Chris Buchanan, Client Solutions Director Dell Technologies South Africa argues that government needs to take cyber threats a...

Supply chain body’s pledge to fight corruption

SOUTHERN Africa’s professional body for supply chain management, SAPICS, has affirmed its support of an industry-wide pledge to fight corruption in the supply chain...

Control office hygiene with door automation and touchless switches

COMPANIES can protect the health of their employees by curtailing the spread of bacteria, germs and viruses like COVID-19 by automating their doors and...

Chemicals giant adds bite to fight against illicit explosives

AECI Mining Explosives has partnered with Vapor Wake K9 South Africa (VWK9SA), providing them with explosives samples to assist in training their dogs to...

PPE purchase freeze highlights need for urgent procurement review

THE recent instruction by National Treasury to all government departments to halt the emergency procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE) has once again highlighted...

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CASE STUDY: Safe and efficient maintenance with a scalable and adaptable Lockout/Tagout implementation

Ontex, a leading international personal hygiene group, wanted to achieve a high level of safety and efficiency for machine maintenance interventions. Read how Brady...

Fuel prices head for record highs

SOARING international oil prices have set the stage for yet another hefty hike in fuel prices. That’s the warning from the Automobile Association (AA),...

R500m roads upgrade for Buffalo City

THE South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) is to pump an estimated R500 million into a road infrastructure project in the Buffalo City Metropolitan...

Bakkie maker says YES again to youth employment

ISUZU Motors South Africa (IMSAf) has this week welcomed the next group of Youth Employment Service (YES) candidates. The YES programme, which was launched by...