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Oil and gas to fuel west coast growth

19 October, 2017  |News Item

Oil and gas to fuel west coast growth

The oil and gas sector is the fastest growing in South Africa, and a slew of recent announcements show that the vision f...

Agri jobs boom in Western Cape despite crippling drought

19 October, 2017  |News Item

Agri jobs boom in Western Cape despite crippling drought

Despite the drought, more than 100 000 jobs have been added to the Western Cape’s agri-processing and agriculture sector...

Revitalised Burma looks ahead to growth

19 October, 2017  |Plant & Equipment

Revitalised Burma looks ahead to growth

Long a household name in the Cape, Burma Plant Hire has emerged from a restructuring phase and is gearing up for growth ...

Atlas Copco expands range of dewatering pumps

19 October, 2017  |News Item

Atlas Copco expands range of dewatering pumps

Atlas Copco Portable Energy has expanded its offering for the dewatering market with the launch of over thirty new heavy...

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Oil and gas to fuel west coast growth

Oil and gas to fuel west coast growth

19 October, 2017

The oil and gas sector is the fastest growing in South Africa, and a slew of rec...

News Item

Agri jobs boom in Western Cape despite crippling drought

Agri jobs boom in Western Cape despite crippling d…

19 October, 2017

Despite the drought, more than 100 000 jobs have been added to the Western Cape’...

Plant & Equipment

Revitalised Burma looks ahead to growth

Revitalised Burma looks ahead to growth

19 October, 2017

Long a household name in the Cape, Burma Plant Hire has emerged from a restructu...

News Item

Atlas Copco expands range of dewatering pumps

Atlas Copco expands range of dewatering pumps

19 October, 2017

Atlas Copco Portable Energy has expanded its offering for the dewatering market ...

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Could towing an iceberg to Cape Town help solve future water problems?

Could towing an iceberg to Cape Town help solve fu…

18 October, 2017

Every time South Africa suffers a serious drought, it doesn’t take long for some...

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South Africa’s central bank cautious about more rate cuts

South Africa’s central bank cautious about more ra…

18 October, 2017

The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is taking a cautious approach to monetary ...

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Nuclear will place economy in dire danger - economist

Nuclear will place economy in dire danger - econom…

18 October, 2017

South Africa's fiscal situation already places the economy in dire danger and th...

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Airbnb Africa arrivals more than double to 1.2MN

Airbnb Africa arrivals more than double to 1.2MN

18 October, 2017

U.S. short-term rental service Airbnb Inc registered 1.2 million guest arrivals ...

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Stand up to nuclear policy

Stand up to nuclear policy

17 October, 2017

What was once suspected has finally become reality. Instead of the preferred sit...

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South African President Jacob Zuma reshuffles cabinet

South African President Jacob Zuma reshuffles cabi…

17 October, 2017

South African President Jacob Zuma has appointed minister of state security Davi...

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From survival to significance: the role of the SA automotive sector

From survival to significance: the role of the SA …

17 October, 2017

There have been many success stories in South Africa's short history as a democr...

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City of Cape Town’s water ‘bungle’

City of Cape Town’s water ‘bungle’

16 October, 2017

A Cape-based water desalination company, which is completing plants in India and...

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Local banks demand R5 billion leaving SAA in distress

Local banks demand R5 billion leaving SAA in distr…

16 October, 2017

The embattled national carrier, South African Airways (SAA) has until the end of...

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Dangote Refinery Africa’s biggest refinery takes shape

Dangote Refinery Africa’s biggest refinery takes s…

16 October, 2017

The completion of Dangote Refinery in 2019 will mark another milestone in the Ni...

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Day Zero not an option – FEDHASA Cape urges private sector to do more to conserve water now

Day Zero not an option – FEDHASA Cape urges privat…

16 October, 2017

Jane Reddick of GreenCape – a non-profit organisation that drives the widespread...

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South Africa grants environmental permit for new 4,000 MW nuclear plant

South Africa grants environmental permit for new 4…

15 October, 2017

South Africa’s department of environmental affairs has granted authorisation to ...

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