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Bauma CONEXPO AFRICA: numerous industry leaders on board

20th October 2017 The economic comeback of Sub-Sahara and positive market opportunities in South Africa are reflected in the number of companies that have already signed up for the upcoming bauma CONEXPO AFRICA. The third international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining... 

Messe Muenchen acquires lab-technology trade fair Lab Africa

10th October 2017 Messe Muenchen bolsters its portfolio with the future market of Africa. By taking over Lab Africa, it is acquiring the only laboratory and analytics trade fair in South Africa, which is part of the analytica trade fair network. The first Lab Africa under the banner of Messe Muenchen will take... 

Christmas in July

11th July 2017 Creamer Media is offering companies a 15% discount on advertisement bookings into the 2018 Suppliers Directory received before the end of July 2017. Furthermore, a booking before the end of July 2017 will also give the advertising company 4 weeks’ FREE advertising on any one of Creamer Media’s... 

Registrations for BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA open

18th November 2016 The preparations for the upcoming BAUMA CONEXPO AFRICA, being held from March 13–16, 2018 at the Johannesburg Expo Centre (JEC), have begun: Interested companies can download the application documents from www.bcafrica.com/trade-fair/exhibitors/booking-stands/application-documents/index.html. The... 
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Group Five says Greenbay offer to lapse

JSE-listed Group Five on Friday informed shareholders that the unsolicited R1.6-billion offer by Greenbay Properties to acquire the group’s European division would lapse. Greenbay on October 16 made the offer to acquire Group Five’s European assets, including its highway toll road business,... 

Robben Island inaugurates R25m microgrid

Robben Island, a World Heritage Site has gone green with the installation of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid that will supply almost half of the island’s yearly electricity requirement. The Department of Tourism, together with the appointed engineering,... 
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