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Theewaterskloof doubles in capacity

20 July, 2018  |News Item

Theewaterskloof doubles in capacity

Cape Town has experienced downpours over the last few weeks, and images released by NASA has shown how Theewaterskloof D...

SA’s gold mines in crisis as profitable producers shrink to 20%

20 July, 2018  |News Item

SA’s gold mines in crisis as profitable producers shrink to 20%

The state of SA’s gold mining industry is worse than first thought, with fewer than 20% of gold mines making money at pr...

Emira first African company to set greenhouse gas emisssions target

20 July, 2018  |Petrochemicals / Oil and Gas

Emira first African company to set greenhouse gas emisssions target

Emira Property Fund has become the first African and South African company to have a greenhouse gas emissions target app...

How fraudsters are using Absa’s new design to scam South Africans

20 July, 2018  |News Item

How fraudsters are using Absa’s new design to scam South Africans

Absa recently launched its new brand design, marking the shift from a European-owned financial group to a proudly Africa...

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Hermanus protests cause R40-million in damages

Hermanus protests cause R40-million in damages

20 July, 2018

The damage caused by the ongoing protests in Zwelihle, Hermanus have amounted to...

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South Africans may soon be able to travel to more countries visa-free

South Africans may soon be able to travel to more …

17 July, 2018

Travel advisors Henley & Partners has released its latest Passport Index for...

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New facility aims to boost trade for SA firms in Africa

New facility aims to boost trade for SA firms in A…

17 July, 2018

South Africa has launched a $1bn (R13.24bn) trade facility to help local busines...

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Spear appoints its first woman director

Spear appoints its first woman director

17 July, 2018

Western Cape-focused Spear has appointed a woman to its board, in an industry wh...

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Cape casino move: who gets left behind?

Cape casino move: who gets left behind?

17 July, 2018

Plans to relocate one of the casinos in the outlying areas of the province to th...

Transport / Fleet Management & Finance

Cargo Carriers drives excellence in SHEQ; Industries strive to create a “Zero Harm” environment

Cargo Carriers drives excellence in SHEQ; Industri…

17 July, 2018

It is more than an ability to provide an innovative transport logistics solution...

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France to help drought-hit Witsand with solar-power desalination plant

France to help drought-hit Witsand with solar-powe…

16 July, 2018

The French government and the Western Cape provincial government have committed ...

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South Africans are drinking themselves to death

South Africans are drinking themselves to death

16 July, 2018

A new study has shown that one in 10 deaths in South Africa can be attributed to...

Power Transmission & Geared Drives

Africa Oil and Power Partners with Africa Energy Chamber

Africa Oil and Power Partners with Africa Energy C…

16 July, 2018

Africa Oil & Power has signed a strategic partnership with the Africa E...

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‘Dirty’ water concerns City of Cape Town staff members

‘Dirty’ water concerns City of Cape Town staff mem…

16 July, 2018

City of Cape Town staff at the new offices in Bellville have launched a grievanc...

Property

Growthpoint helps 14 SMEs with its development programme

Growthpoint helps 14 SMEs with its development pro…

16 July, 2018

An initiative by Growthpoint Properties will benefit fourteen small busines...

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UAE pledges $10bn in investment, South Africa says

UAE pledges $10bn in investment, South Africa says

16 July, 2018

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has pledged to invest $10bn in South Africa’s eco...

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Farmers' pest control improves through SA drone technology

Farmers' pest control improves through SA drone te…

15 July, 2018

Drone technology can help farmers reduce their reliance on chemicals to control ...

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HR boss the latest of Uber's top brass to fall

HR boss the latest of Uber's top brass to fall

13 July, 2018

Uber Technologies’ head of human resources (HR) has resigned, becoming the lates...

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Western Cape economy edging forward

Western Cape economy edging forward

13 July, 2018

The Western Cape attracted R1.3billion in investments three months into this yea...

Information Technology

Amazon servers are now in Cape Town, making for much faster stream for its cloud customers

Amazon servers are now in Cape Town, making for mu…

13 July, 2018

Amazon on Thursday announced its first Edge location for its CloudFront servic...

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