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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Speeding up production

PRINT and apply labellers eliminate the need for employees to print and stick labels onto products and packaging. Instead, labels carrying barcodes, serial numbers, QR codes, personalised message and even graphics...

Keep used oil out of the environment

SELF-EMPLOYED mechanics operating in urban township areas of the Western Cape and Gauteng seem to be enjoying booming business if a recent research survey is anything to go by. The ROSE Foundation...

Rabbits, a hidden gem for small scale farmers

AMIDST the constraints and uncertainties contributing to barriers for entry in the agricultural sector, it is imperative that small scale farmers start considering less conventional niches like rabbit farming. Pertunia Setumo, Agricultural...

Superyacht Training Academy launches

WITH growing interest in Cape Town as a port, the number of superyachts and cruise ships docking at the V&A Waterfront is steadily increasing and with it, the need for suitably...

Penguins could help inform fishery management

ACCORDING to a recently published study in the Journal of Applied Ecology, how adult penguins fish and the body condition of their chicks are directly linked to local fish abundance. These findings...

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