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Why data is the ‘new oil’

DATA has been described as the ‘new oil’ but are businesses doing enough to leverage this precious resource to grow their top line? That was...

Is this the future of external hardstands?

AN innovation in concrete pavement construction was recently launched in Johannesburg, pointing the way to the future of external hardstands, according to Hannes Engelbrecht,...

Smart video surveillance solutions for growing AI-enabled workloads

WESTERN Digital Corp recently announced the expansion of its Purple family with the WD Purple Pro product line for a new generation of advanced...

Pros and cons of new export tax on chrome ore

by Prenisha Govender and Angelo Tzarevski THE South African Government recently approved a tax on South Africa’s exported chrome, although the tax percentage and further...

Thermal imagers help make maintenance proactive

COMTEST, local representative of Fluke, has announced their new TiS55+ and TiS75+ thermal imagers, which it’s billing as an “easy-to-use series of infrared cameras...

Why traditional IT sourcing is falling short

TO remain relevant in today’s business environment, IT sourcing leaders must take on new roles and acquire new competencies to enable and support innovation...

Telematics gives fleet control lift to logistics firm

LOGISTICS company Pindulo VDM wanted to increase the control they have over their fleet in an effort to improve driver performance, fleet safety and...

Food giant launches sustainability initiative in SA

NESTLÉ has launched a sustainability initiative in South Africa, which it says will mitigate environmental challenges and strengthen its contribution to a waste-free future. According...

Pipe blight as SA market shrinks by 15%

A cutback in infrastructure spending has been blamed for the local pipe market shrinking by an alarming 15%. This emerged from a survey by...

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...

5G will boost economy, new study finds

South Africa’s communications service providers are unanimous that 5G will be a key enabler of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This is a core finding...

New digital storage oscilloscope for STEM learning

RS Components is now stocking the Tektronix TBS1000C, a digital storage oscilloscope which it describes as compact and easy to use. It believes that these...

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R70bn green ammonia plant mega boost for NMB

IN what promises to be a significant economic boost for the Eastern Cape, a giant green ammonia export plant valued at $4.6 billion (R70...

Mayoral delegation updated on R1.2bn Gqeberha auto plant upgrade

NELSON Mandela Bay Executive Mayor Eugene Johnson visited Isuzu Motors South Africa’s Manufacturing plant recently to preview the R1.2-billion investment which will see the...

MOU signals EV focus for SA’s auto supply chain

THE Automotive industrial Development Centre Eastern Cape (AIDC EC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS). According...