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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...

How SEZs can help drive AI industrialisation

By Monde Mawasha, Programme Director: ICT, Research & Strategy at the Coega Develeopment Corporation THE artificial intelligence (AI) revolution, together with its brethren in the Fourth...

4IR: With millions of people to reskill, here’s where to start

THE task of reskilling millions of workers may feel overwhelming, writes Bernadette Wightman, Regional Managing Director, Banking and Financial Services for British Telecommunications plc (BT),...

Budget presents a mammoth task for Mboweni

FINANCE Minister Tito Mboweni has a mammoth task ahead of him as he seeks to present the 2020/21 Budget Speech next week, against South...

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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...