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    Isuzu truck provides a realistic outlook for 2015

    Having come out of an extremely tough 2014, Isuzu Trucks South Africa is geared up to face what is seemingly a more turbulent 2015. This was the overriding sentiment at the...

    Pyrotec’s end of line integration “makes production lines more efficient”

    In today’s highly competitive ‘time is money’ working environment, the ability to reduce costs in the production line, having efficient machinery, eliminating human error and seamless integration of software, provides companies...

    New transport nodes accelerating delivery of affordable housing in South Africa

    The establishment of transport nodes across South Africa has resulted in a wave of new affordable housing developments being built in close proximity. This is according to Manie Annandale, Head...

    Is 2015 the year for online shopping in South Africa?

    Fresh e-commerce stats from Statista.com show that 40% of worldwide Internet users have bought products or goods online via desktop, mobile, tablet or other online devices. This amounts to more than...

    CESA CEO resigns

    Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) recently announced that CEO, Lefadi Makibinyane, had resigned and would be serving his notice until the end of January. CESA president Abe Thela said the...

    Africa wants its own air transport market by 2017

    African Ministers of Transport have declared their full support for the African Union Commission’s proposal for the establishment of a single African air transport market by 2017. The South African government has...

    Old Mutual and Pareto announce deal for full ownership of landmark malls

    Old Mutual Life Assurance Company South Africa Limited (Old Mutual) and Business Venture Investments No 1360 (Pty) Limited represented by Pareto Limited (Pareto) have entered into an asset swap transaction involving...

    Sea Harvest flying high

    2014 was quite a year for Konrad Geldenhuys, he was promoted to Sea Harvest’s Director of Sales and Marketing in January and in July became a brand new dad. Geldenhuys...

    Cape Town identified as future technology hub

    The Global Technology Emerging Markets study – a collaboration between global consulting firm T3 Advisors and Brandeis International Business School – has identified Cape Town as an up-and-coming hub for technology...

    Late payments by government restrict cash flow amongst SA businesses

    Delayed payments by government organisations and large corporates are putting financial strain on many South African businesses, as these delayed payments are restricting cash flow and growth. This is according to Gary Palmer,...

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