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Range of lubricants and greases make the food-grade

THE CASSIDA range of food-grade lubricants and greases from Fuchs Lubricants South Africa is the only locally blended range to comply with ISO 21469...

Hands-free rod handling system enhances safety and productivity

A HANDS-FREE rod handling system designed to fully automate the loading of drill rods and core barrel operation is enhancing safety, lowering costs and improving...

Dairy saves water, powers biogas boiler and decreases dependence with water recovery plant

LEADING South African dairy manufacturer and industry frontrunner in sustainability, Woodlands Dairy, has saved 217 cubic metres of water with its water recovery plant...

SA faces a green hydrogen skills crisis in 5-10 years – CHIETA CEO

THOUSANDS of engineers, technicians and green artisans will be required to realise the country’s green hydrogen aspirations, says CEO of the Chemical Industries Education...

SA is sitting on a ‘gold mine of waste’ which could address power challenges

AFRICA’S household and agricultural waste is potentially a valuable source of power that could be deployed to take clean energy to communities, complexes and...

Digitisation for a connected future

By Charles Blackbeard, business development manager, ABB Ability digital solutions DIGITISATION helps to build safe, smart and sustainable operations for the future. ABB builds locally...

Learn from an expert: TIG welding insights

SHARING technical expertise with customers, along with the company’s range of quality products and responsive customer service, make Air Products a leader in the...

Oil adulteration poses a big risk to SA’s fuel security

By Mpho Dipela, Director and Shareholder of Royale Energy OPINION | SOUTH Africa is heavily dependent on imported fuel. As an oil company, Royale Energy...

Green hydrogen economy free webinar series to boost local capacity and transparency

GREEN hydrogen production is touted as an important future alternative fuel globally and according to Internal Renewable Energy Agency's World Energy Transitions Outlook, fully...

Fuel price reprieve a positive development for agri sector

By Paul Makube, Senior Agricultural Economist at FNB Agri-Business FOLLOWING the upswing in fuel prices which reached a record high during July 2022, the Department of...

Rope access makes easy work of EC gas sphere inspection project

THE benefit of rope access for routine industrial inspection work was again demonstrated when leading rope access specialist Skyriders Access Specialists successfully completed a...

Times of turmoil inspire us to look for hope and plan action

By Godfrey Marema: Managing Director / Plant Manager for Eaton Electric Africa GLOBAL and local events are a rollercoaster at the moment – from military...

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Malaysian energy company’s share transfer creates a pan-African group

PETRONAS has sold its 74% shareholding in Engen to Vivo Energy. Engen and Vivo Energy announced the completion of the transaction on 21 May...

Truck heavyweight launches more electric options in SA

IN line with Daimler Truck’s global ambition to offer 100% CO2 neutral trucks and buses by 2050, DTSA introduced its first fully battery electric...

Construction of Coega automotive plant to begin ‘shortly’

STELLANTIS, the world’s third-biggest automotive manufacturer by volume, and South Africa’s largest development funder, the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) have concluded key milestones that...

SA’s auto sector notes decline in exports, increase in (low) NEV sales

THE domestic automotive industry is celebrating the centenary of vehicle manufacturing in the country in 2024. In the Automotive Business Council (naamsa) Q1 2024...