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Transnet delivers 22 new coaches to Botswana

According to SAnews.gov.za Transnet Engineering has delivered the first batch of passenger coaches engineered and manufactured at its centres of excellence in Pretoria and Cape Town to Botswana Railways, the entity...

Property is still in the long run a good hedge against inflation

Property is still in the long run a good hedge against inflation - all things being equal, according to Erwin Rode, CEO of property research and consultation firm Rode & Associates. ...

Africa’s largest tallest scissor lift launched

The HL-275 D27 from Holland Lift of The Netherlands was officially launched at Goscor Access Rental’s Montague Gardens facility in Cape Town on 31 March, where IDS will be one of...

Metrofile index shows paperless SA office still far off

Despite modern technology enabling many global businesses to work primarily with electronic documents, 89% of South African businesses are still storing original paper documents. This is according to the 2015 Metrofile Information...

SA wine industry launches wine tourism toolkit

Vinpro, yesterday launched its Wine Tourism Toolkit at an event for wine industry stakeholders in Paarl. The toolkit was developed on behalf of the industry to assist businesses to establish or...


Saldanha air route to open

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has launched Chamber Air, a facilitation service for air travel bookings for unscheduled short haul routes. The...


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