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Wanted: entrepreneurs looking to take their businesses to the next level

THE SAB Foundation is looking for 40 to 60 entrepreneurs who are committed to boosting their growth and achieving new levels of success to...

Next-gen tech the backbone of effective anti-money laundering efforts

By Amit Singh MONEY laundering is a global challenge that is rapidly evolving due to a changing economy and the rapid digitalisation of money, combined...

How tech can help SMEs build back better

MORE than a year after COVID-19 compelled businesses to pivot and hastily implement remote working strategies, many are still trying to adapt to new...

Are your fire-compliance strategies safety-proof?

YOUR organisation, its operations and its people are what drive a business and protecting them – as well as your reputation – ensures business...

Another safety award for top NDT company

NON destructive testing (NDT) specialist Dekra Industrial SA has scooped another prestigious NOSCAR safety award. It has also retained its place in in the...

EC auto component maker scoops top export award

CREATING hundreds of new jobs, increasing market share, profits and growing export turnover. These are just some of the successes Exporters Eastern Cape’s Exporter...

Farewell Fritz: premium car brand boss leaves SA on a high note

MERCEDES-Benz South Africa has announced that Co-CEO and Executive Director Mercedes-Benz Cars Johannes Fritz, who steered the country’s top-selling premium car brand since September...

Road maintenance project a safety boon for motorists, pedestrians

THE R93 million special maintenance project on the R75 from Wolwefontein to Jansenville Phase 2 in the Sarah Baartman District Municipality has been completed,...

Expropriation without compensation could trigger agri-economy implosion

By Ian van Niekerk GOVERNMENT’S proposed land expropriation without compensation initiative threatens to jeopardise food security, dissuade investment and will have a profoundly negative impact...

From Beetle to Polo: Kariega automaker celebrates 70 years in SA

ON 31 August 1951, the first Volkswagen vehicle manufactured in South Africa, a Volkswagen Beetle, rolled off the assembly line. Exactly seven decades later, Volkswagen...

Disrupting the supply chain with better data analysis

ACCORDING to the SAS Experience 2030 research, 65% of South African consumers have indicated that they will not be returning to traditional shopping practices...

Digitalisation of SMME enablement key to integration in corporate supply chains

By Hepsy Mkhungo IF South Africa is to successfully drive job creation and achieve sustainable economic growth, the key is to enable large corporate support...

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Ports authority pulls plug on Ngqura liquid bulk storage terminal

TRANSNET National Ports Authority (TNPA) has pulled out of development of the proposed new liquid bulk storage terminal at the Port of Ngqura but...

R253m road project boon for EC town

THE South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) met with the Dordrecht business fraternity recently to discuss the economic benefits and job opportunities presented by...

Council tweaks budget in bid to stop taps running dry

AS the ongoing drought continues to grip the Kouga region, Kouga Municipality Council recently adjusted its capital budget in an attempt to prevent taps...

NMB drought mitigation plans ‘in overdrive’

THE Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s drought mitigation plans are in overdrive as the region continues to experience insignificant rainfall and low dam levels that...