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Leandi Kolver

Leandi Kolver

Leandi Kolver is Creamer Media Deputy Editor Features for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Tata aiming to take African business to the next level

25th September 2015 Multinational company Tata is looking to take its business on the African continent to the next level. Tata Sons business development and public affairs head Madhu Kannan told journalists that while the group had worked on the continent for almost 40 years, “the game right now is to see if we can... 

Indian firm moves key staff to Tanzania as result of SA visa delays

25th September 2015 South African visa delays have prompted global trading and distribution company Tata International to relocate some key staff from its African headquarters in Johannesburg, to Tanzania. Addressing an African media delegation visiting Tata’s operations in India last week, Tata International MD... 

Home Affairs reassures Tata International it is eager to assist foreign businesses

22nd September 2015 Department of Home Affairs (DHA) director-general Mkuseli Apleni has called on the leadership of global trading and distribution company Tata International to reach out to the department on any difficulties the company encounters that falls within the DHA’s jurisdiction. At a high-level meeting... 

Increased competition could benefit S African power sector – Tata

15th September 2015 More independent power producers (IPPs) should get involved in South Africa’s power generation sector to create a multibuyer market, as opposed to the single-buyer market currently dominated by State-owned power utility Eskom, integrated power company Tata Power MD Anil Sardana believes. During a... 

Tata moves strategic employees to Tanzania amid onerous S African visa process

14th September 2015 South African visa delays have prompted global trading and distribution company Tata International to relocate some key staff from its African headquarters in Johannesburg, to Tanzania. Addressing an African media delegation visiting Tata’s operations in India last week, Tata International MD... 

Tata to take African business to the next level

10th September 2015 Multinational company Tata is looking to take its business on the African continent to the next level. Tata Sons business development and public affairs head Madhu Kannan told journalists that while the group had worked on the continent for almost 40 years, “the game right now is to see if we can... 

Tata Motors to introduce new passenger vehicle to S African market

9th September 2015 Indian automotive manufacturer Tata Motors plans to introduce its Bolt hatchback and sedan passenger vehicles to the South African market this year. The vehicles were launched in India in February and were also available in Nepal. 

TMSA mulls exports as it seeks to lift Rosslyn plant capacity utilisation

8th September 2015 Automotive assembler Tata Motors South Africa (TMSA) plans to start exporting its vehicles to neighbouring countries in Africa. Addressing an African media delegation, in India, Tata Motors commercial vehicles executive director Ravi Pisharody said TMSA’s Rosslyn truck plant, in Pretoria,... 

South African firms yet to fully embrace dual-system apprenticeship model

1st May 2015 While results from the first year of the dual-system apprenticeship project (DSAP) pilot in South Africa have been positive, with a second intake of learners and additional pilot sites being planned, convincing employers to participate remains a challenge, representatives from the Department of... 

South African firms yet to fully embrace dual-system apprenticeship model

30th April 2015 While results from the first year of the dual-system apprenticeship project (DSAP) pilot in South Africa have been positive, with a second intake of learners and additional pilot sites being planned, convincing employers to participate remains a challenge, representatives from the Department of... 

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