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‘New SAA’ plans to restart operations

South African Airways’ new interim chief executive Thomas Kgokolo says that the embattled national carrier has begun official discussions to resume operations. In a SABC interview on Monday (19 April), Kgokolo said...

Garmin® issues statement on recent outage

Affected systems are being restored and normal operation is expected soon. Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), today announced it was the victim of a cyber attack that encrypted some of our systems on...

The Blue Train picks up steam for operation during COVID-19

The Blue Train is preparing to take to the tracks once more, this time during the COVID-19 epidemic. The service is expected to be available as soon as June 30, 2020. Linking...

Cape Town operation boosted

To enhance its service to its Western and Eastern Cape customers, Stone-Stamcor has embarked on a business improvement project for its Cape Town branch. Previously in Maitland, its new location is...

Africa’s first robotic knee operation conducted at Joburg hospital

In a first for the African continent, a full knee replacement operation has been carried out using the state-of-the-art Mako robotic arm assisted surgery system. According to Netcare, the surgery was performed...

Longyuan Mulilo De Aar Wind Power Project in South Africa starts operation

A large-scale wind power plant built by a Chinese company has started operation in De Aar, Northern Cape Province, South Africa, authorities said on Saturday. The Longyuan Mulilo De Aar...

Eskom’s Medupi Unit 5 reaches commercial operation

State-owned power utility Eskom announced on Monday that Unit 5 at the Medupi coal-fired power station project, in Limpopo, has reached commercial operation. “Commercial operation status ensures technical compliance to statutory, safety and legal requirements. This signatory milestone marks...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

By Larry Claasen Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to invest R46-billion in Cape Town by 2029. THE setting up of hyperscale data centres in South Africa...

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