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Tag: Engineering

Tight space calls for fine crane engineering

Grabbing cranes are usually large machines with wide spans and high lifting heights.  Not so the Condra grabbing crane installed in February at the railhead serving Sishen Iron Ore Mine, near...

Engineering institution cut the cord on CEO for sexist comments

CAPE TOWN - The South African Institute of Civil Engineering (SAICE) announced in a statement that it will be parting ways with its CEO Manglin Pillay on Thursday after he made sexist...

Seifsa calls for stakeholder collaboration to reverse contraction in metals sector

The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) said on Thursday that the contraction in the metals and engineering sector was a concern not only for the manufacturing industry,...

A really ‘refined’ solution

RTS Africa Engineering provides accurate, reliable hydrogen monitoring solution for petrochemical refineries and other process industry applications Most people never give a thought to what goes into the tanks of their cars...

Wesgro Halal trade mission to Senegal secures R100 million for the Cape

Wesgro’s International Trade Unit embarked on a trade mission to Senegal to provide Western Cape Halal companies an opportunity to enter the Senegalese market. The mission featured five Halal companies among others, which are producers in the agribusiness, manufacturing and engineering sectors. The mission resulted in...

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Virtual card for online shopping payments are on the up, says...

Consumers are embracing the technology offered by virtual cards, as Standard Bank starts to see the benefits of online shopping ecosystem, nine months after...

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