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SA in danger of losing its tobacco-growing industry

Illicit trade in tobacco and other products has flourished since the skills exodus that effectively eliminated the investigative and enforcement capacity of the SA Revenue Service since 2014. SA is at risk...

Water 4 Africa winners bring water-wise innovations to African continent

Water, one of the scarcest commodities in Africa, is a subject that deserves the attention of all. Gone are the days of large organisations wanting to conceptualise, build and own all...

Lifting tackle inspections – Why, how and by whom?

Lifting tackle, also referred to as loose lifting gear, must be inspected at regular intervals to ensure safety in the work place, as well as for the user to be legally compliant....

Electric forklifts for fast-growing drinks producer

Multi-national beverage manufacturer, Kingsley Beverages, has become the first largescale company in South Africa to make the switch from internal combustion-engine forklifts to more productive and efficient electric machines from Linde. With...

SA electric vehicle sales ‘to grow significantly by 2025’

South Africa could have an electric vehicle (EV) car parc of 145000 with annual sales of new EVs of 43000 units within the next six years. This forecast by Jaguar Land Rover...

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3 Barriers to AI Adoption

“More organisations are adopting artificial intelligence (AI). Fourteen percent of global CIOs have already deployed AI and 48% will deploy it in 2019 or by 2020, according...

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