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Lincoln Lubrication and SKF showcase agricultural solutions at Nampo 2017

19th April 2017 Lincoln Lubrication South Africa is showcasing its automated lubrication and Muster II fire suppression systems as well as parts and service solutions at Nampo 2017. “We have supported Nampo for the past seven years, exhibiting jointly with SKF for the past two years when we became part of the... 

Happy 10th birthday Legae!

18th April 2017 On 1 April 2017 the Legae Community Childcare Centre celebrated 10 years of providing assistance and schooling to children in the Daveyton area on the East Rand. SKF was there to celebrate with them. Partnering with St Andrews and St Marks Presbyterian Churches, SKF South Africa established Legae... 

SKF South Africa’s transformation journey takes them to Level 4!

12th April 2017 The management of SKF South Africa, specialist in bearings, engineering and rotating technology, proudly announces attainment of Level 4 recognition on the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Revised Codes of Good Practice. This achievement comes on the back of the strong foundation... 

SKF bearings put Scuderia Ferrari in the driving seat

11th April 2017 With the Formula 1 season started, SKF strengthens its 70-year association with Scuderia Ferrari by providing the team with bearings expertise and customised parts. The 2017 Formula 1 season is upon us, and SKF is right at the heart of it again, extending its long association with Scuderia... 
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South Africa plans emergency steel tariff from July – WTO

South Africa is proposing to put emergency "safeguard" tariffs on imports of certain flat hot-rolled steel products from July, it said in a filing published by the World Trade Organisation on Thursday. The tariff would be in place for three years, and fall from 12% in the first year to 10% in... 

Fuel price to rise next week

The Department of Energy has confirmed that the price of petrol in Gauteng will increase by 49c per litre on May 3. This is due to the international product prices of petrol increasing during the recent period, as well as the rand having depreciated against the US dollar. 
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