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Black-owned shipping company making waves in maritime sector

Two KwaZulu Natal men have realised a lifelong ambition by becoming the first 100 percent black-owned ship-owners in South Africa. Durand Naidoo and Thuso Mhlambi, both 33, are the owners...

Government spends R10.7m fixing crashed cars

An astounding 10.7-million has been forked out by the government, over a period of three years, to fix almost 1000 state-owned vehicles involved in carelessly car crashes. Out of the...

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

It is more than an ability to provide an innovative transport logistics solution that has ensured Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Cargo Carriers remains a preferred partner to leading participants in specialist and...

SKF partners with Siemens to improve railway reliability

Condition monitoring and cloud-based data acquisition platforms are set to revolutionise the way railway operators address their asset management obligations. SKF and Siemens have signed a partnership agreement that will...

Localisation in rail industry put on the spotlight

The Pre-Africa Rail localisation workshop will bring together representatives from the rail industry, government and labour. Localisation in the South African rail manufacturing industry will be put on the spotlight when the...

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Tax-shielding hotel investment opens in Cape Town

THE 10-year old 5-star Pepper Club Hotel in Cape Town’s CBD is the focus of a Section 12J investment fund launch by Pepper Club...

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