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Consulting engineering firm bags students’ choice award

ZUTARI has taken first place in the Professional Services: Consulting Engineering category as a preferred graduate employer at the GradStar Students’ Choice Awards 2020. “This...

Global ‘young talent’ accolade for Uitenhage auto engineer

VOLKSWAGEN Group South Africa (VWSA) employee Rachel Kobo has been honoured with the Best Apprentice title given to only a handful of top young...

Turbine charged! Wind farm, parents join forces for crèche upgrade

PARENTS of children attending Mkhuseli Koliti Crèche, in the Thornhill community, joined in the extensive refurbishment programme to help upgrade and expand the Early...

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...

The challenges and opportunities of skills gaps in robotics

WITH the alarming levels of unemployment in South Africa, it’s essential to identify where there are skills shortages and to encourage learners to study...

Queen Bee syndrome and toxic masculinity under spotlight at top women conference

TWO academics from MANCOSA will join more than 60 women leaders from South Africa and other African countries in discussions to shape the conversation...

5 steps to put cleaning front and centre in your company

THE coronavirus pandemic has led to perhaps one of the biggest shifts ever in how any company or corporate entity approaches the question of...

Jumpstart for stalled Mdantsane auto mechanics training programme

THE Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) in partnership with automotive sector enterprise development company Filpro has resumed a R2-million support programme for informal automotive...

Why plastic is fantastic for modern sewer systems

THE Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (SAPPMA) hosted the fourth instalment of its popular Quality Workshops recently, focusing on various aspects related to...

Web to the rescue for top career expo

WHILE large events and gatherings remain prohibited, South Africa’s Working World Expo will go ahead next week, albeit virtually, thanks to an innovative, locally...

Don’t let conflicted employees and dishonest suppliers destroy your business

TWO things that could destroy your organisation’s reputation and credibility are conflict of interest and supplier misinformation. These have always been threats to business...

Online training for food and beverage applications

THE NSK academy, an online training portal, has added a new module to its portfolio of courses aimed at increasing the knowledge of those...

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Eazi does it: opening access equipment doors in the mining industry

WORK-at-height and material-handling equipment supplier, Eazi Access has added a second Hi-Capacity JLG Model, the JLG 800 HC3 AJ, to its fleet. The company is...

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...