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KwaZulu-Natal learners beat out the competition in Engen Maths and Science Schools class of 2017

     Updated 2 hours 17 minutes ago The personal success of the two top learners nationally in the Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) Class of 2017 will be South Africa’s gain, as the pair chase their dreams of becoming an actuary and a doctor.   The hard slog was all their own, admit Makyle Naidoo and Nokwenama Gumede, but... 

Efficient cleaning technologies can boost profitability

     21st February 2018 Large South African companies spend between 70% and 80% of total cleaning costs on associated labour, according to industry experts Nilfisk. For businesses looking to implement financial efficiencies within their operations, this insight provides an interesting perspective on commercial cleaning.... 

Engen helped secure our success, say star Western Cape matrics

     20th February 2018 Four standout Western Cape matriculants, all named among the top 50 in the province, say they have Engen’s Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) to thank for helping put them firmly on the path to career success.   Huda Adams, Shazia Amoo, Meeka-El Hendricks and Zakiyyah Petersen, began their tertiary... 

Eastern Cape region continues to strengthen position

     16th February 2018 Regular visits are conducted by the Managing Director of Air Products to ensure strategic alignment throughout all facilities and across all levels of the organisation L – R: JP van Wyk (Regional Manager, Eastern Cape), Maropeng Bahula (GM – Technical), Rob Richardson (Managing Director), Seelan... 

Sacrifice for your studies, top Gauteng matric advises class of 2018

     15th February 2018 Gauteng’s top Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) 2017 matriculant Esther Shuping had two secret weapons to ensure her success – her mother Puleng Shuping and the brilliant EMSS teachers who helped her secure a clean sweep of straight As.   And although Esther begun her B. Pharmacy studies at... 

Eastern Cape matric walks the long road to his dream job

     14th February 2018 Eastern Cape matriculant Lutho Jimana did not let his long daily walk to school, his overcrowded home where it was difficult to study, nor financial constraints due to his mother’s unemployment get in the way of studying towards his childhood dream job.   This month Lutho began his studies at... 

Drought crisis: Three provinces declared national disasters

By: News24Wire      14th February 2018 The national disaster management centre has called on organs of state to implement contingency measures to enable the national executive to deal with the drought in parts of South Africa. In a statement released in the government gazette on Tuesday, Disaster head Dr Mmaphaka Tau Tau said, after... 

Agricultural council sets up policy advisory committee on drought

By: Natasha Odendaal     13th February 2018 A high-level Section 7 committee has been established to consider the impact of South Africa’s prolonged drought, particularly on the agricultural sector, and to generate plans to mitigate its effects. The State-owned National Agricultural Marketing Council- (NAMC-) formed committee comprises... 

Mokonyane says 'Day Zero' will not happen in Cape Town

By: African News Agency      9th February 2018 Minister of Water and Sanitation Nomvula Mokonyane says “Day Zero” is a phenomenon in drought-stricken Cape Town, which will "not happen". The minister made her remarks on Thursday during a meeting with the Portfolio Committee on Water and Sanitation, her department and the Department of... 

HIPPO Flameproof Medium-High Voltage Submersible Slurry Pump

     2nd February 2018 Used For De-Sitling Of Dams And Can Assist To Resolve The Water Crisis In Drought Stricken Areas Hazlet on Pumps has been actively involved with the de-silting of tailings dams – specifically in Canada. The HIPPO Flameproof Medium-High Voltage; High Volume; Submersible Slurry Pump® has... 

SA ruling party lauds exam results, but opposition, unions not impressed

By: African News Agency      5th January 2018 South Africa’s governing ANC on Friday applauded a higher pass rate from the 2017 school ending examinations, but opposition said the results were much weaker when factoring in a worryingly high dropout rate. The African National Congress said the National Senior Certificate examination results... 

Size of new mall developments increasing despite saturation being at 88% – MSCI

By: Schalk Burger     13th December 2017 The average size of shopping centres has steadily increased since the 1990s, with centres slated for completion between this year and 2020 being significantly larger than those developed during the 1990s and 2000s, a study by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) Real Estate South Africa on... 

Construction sector growth moves South

     29th November 2017 The latest statistics released on the value of recorded building plans passed for the private sector in South Africa may indicate an economic shift to the south of the country, says Bert van den Heever, past president of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS). Building plans... 

BBF Safety Group Recognises the Bright Stars

     23rd November 2017 On 9 November 2017, BBF Safety Group hosted customers in Johannesburg for its annual year-end celebration. On the evening, themed “The Future is Bright”, the BBF Safety Group leadership team set the agenda for a 2018 characterised by growth, diversification and a bullish outlook on the workplace... 

Department of agriculture to help farmers stop the spread of bird flu

By: News24Wire      24th October 2017 A total of 92 locations have tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), also known as bird flu, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has confirmed. The department said in a statement that affected birds are divided into distinct categories, namely, commercial... 

SEZ receives recognition, contributes to SMME participation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     29th September 2017 Special economic zone (SEZ) developer and operator Coega Development Corporation (CDC) has been recognised by export assistance company Exporters Club for its dedication to job creation initiatives and excellent services to export orientated investors.  

Eskom reschedules electricity interruptions to three Eastern Cape municipalities

By: African News Agency      13th September 2017 Eskom on Wednesday announced that it was rescheduling electricity interruptions to three Eastern Cape municipalities. The power utility said it had planned interruptions of electricity supplies to struggling municipalities that include Raymond Mhlaba, Walter Sisulu and Inxuba Yethemba. Eskom... 

South African employers set for modest hiring in Q4

By: Schalk Burger     12th September 2017 South African employers report modest hiring intentions for the fourth quarter of the year, with 10% of employers expecting to increase staffing levels, 5% forecasting a decrease and 84% anticipating no change, says workforce solutions multinational ManpowerGroup South Africa MD Lyndy van den... 

IDT awarded R170m contract to build facilities at Eastern Cape school

By: Natasha Odendaal     5th September 2017 The Department of Education has tasked the Independent Development Trust (IDT) with the construction of the boarding facilities for the Ntsonkhotha senior secondary school, in Lady Frere, Eastern Cape, over the next three years. The R170-million contract comprises the construction of a dormitory,... 

Fracking a potential 'game-changer' for South African economy - ASSAf professor

By: Anine Kilian     31st August 2017 Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) could be a “game-changer” for South Africa’s economy, Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) VP Professor Barney Pityana said on Thursday. Addressing delegates at a national shale gas conference, hosted by ASSAf in partnership with the Department of Science and... 

Industrial base growth will stimulate province’s steel industry

     18th August 2017 Growing the Eastern Cape industrial base will assist in stimulating growth in the struggling steel industry, says the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC). 

CDC’s diverse Energy approach boasts well for the Eastern Cape

     7th August 2017 The Coega Development Corporation recently hosted the Minister of Energy Ms Mamokolo Kubayi who recommitted the Coega SEZ as one of the preferred locations identified to host the gas to power plant and identified the CDC as one of the important partners to assist the department in implementing... 

Seven New Vehicles Attest to On-going Success of Cargo Carriers / Caltex Eastern Cape Branded Marketer Joint Venture in Eastern Cape

     2nd August 2017 Uzuko Carriers hauls fuel for Caltex branded dealerships across the Eastern Cape. Supply chain experts Cargo Carriers just enhanced this joint venture with Caltex Eastern Cape Marketers via the acquisition of seven new Mercedes-Benz trucks. Uzuko Carriers (Pty) Limited (Uzuko Carriers) started as... 

Atlas Copco product and training sponsorship empowers informal mechanics

     13th July 2017 Atlas Copco South Africa (Pty) Ltd has for the past five years been a proud supporter of the Filpro enterprise development programme, an inspirational initiative that empowers and upskills informal mechanics to become active participants in the country’s formal mainstream economy. Social... 

Wild Coast toll road can be ‘catalyst’ for integrated development

     7th July 2017 In this opinion article, the South African National Roads Agency Limited’s Craig McLachlan makes the case for the much criticised N2 Wild Coast Toll Road project Job creation is virtually unattainable without decent transport infrastructure and good-quality mobility networks. It is for this... 

VWSA aims to use empowerment trust to transform supplier base

By: Irma Venter     7th July 2017 Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) last month officially launched its broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) Initiatives Trust. The aim of the trust is to increase the number of black-owned suppliers in the automotive sector value chain.  

Forestry sector joins forces to mitigate impact of wildfires on plantations 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     4th July 2017 Following the recent wildfires that swept across the Southern and Eastern Cape areas, industry bodies Forestry South Africa (FSA), Sawmilling South Africa (SSA) and the South African Forestry Contractors Association will mobilise additional contractor capacity to ensure that the interests of... 

Highest number of Renewable Energy installations in SA

     23rd June 2017 Specialist electrical contractor, Brand Engineering SA (Pty) Ltd, has carried out the highest number of utility scale solar Renewable Energy (RE) installations in the RE industry in South Africa.  It has become a key construction partner for RE developers, and is responsible for the generation of... 

VWSA trust makes first investment to grow black supplier base

By: Irma Venter     22nd June 2017 Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) on Thursday officially launched its broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) Initiatives Trust. The aim of the trust is to increase the number of black-owned suppliers in the automotive sector value chain.  

Aspiring South African space cadet receives US space exposure

By: Dylan Slater     28th April 2017 Engineering services and aerospace systems company Honeywell recently hosted Eastern Cape resident Matthew Arnolds at its yearly aerospace training initiative, the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy.  

Incledon, Xesibe Construction on track with Ncera irrigation scheme

     11th April 2017 Quality fluid-conveyance solutions provider Incledon is supplying the bulk pipeline to main contractor Xesibe Construction for the Ncera macadamia project for the Eastern Cape’s Department of Rural Development and Land Reform. Incledon’s scope of work comprises the supply of 2.4 km of 400 mm... 

Sanral initiates training scheme for small firms ahead of N2 Wild Coast construction

By: Irma Venter     17th March 2017 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has started with the roll-out of a R120-million community development and small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) training programme in anticipation of the construction of the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR). The programme aims to... 

Domestic tourism declines between 2013 and 2015, but expenditure increases

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     16th March 2017 Domestic tourism declined from 54.4-million day trips in 2013 to 44-million in 2015, Statistics South Africa’s Domestic Tourism 2015 report, published on Thursday, reveals. However, while there was a downward trend in the number of day trips, the total expenditure on day trips increased from... 

E.Cape Rural Hydropower Scheme A Clean Energy Success Story

     14th March 2017 It's going to be a bright 2017 for the 39 households of the KwaMadiba settlement in the rural Eastern Cape 110 years after municipal electricity was first supplied to the provincial capital of Port Elizabeth. This village in the OR Tambo District Municipality has quite literally been "off the... 

Sanral appoints first research associate  

By: Anine Kilian     13th March 2017 A PhD candidate at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Keith Nare, has been appointed South African National Roads Agency Limited’s (Sanral’s) first ever research associate at the entity’s materials lab in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape. Nare’s role at the lab is to perform a role linking... 

Standout Eastern Cape learners commence student life

     13th March 2017 Two standout Eastern Cape learners who attended an Engen Maths and Science School in their area, aced their matric examinations and are now all set to pursue their tertiary studies in medicine and engineering at the University of Cape Town. Athini Mqolora achieved an impressive overall average of... 

Sanral rolls out R120m training programme for N2 Wild Coast project  

By: Irma Venter     16th February 2017 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has started with the roll-out of a R120-million community development and small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) training programme in anticipation of the construction of the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR). The programme aims to... 

AfriForum lays complaint of culpable homicide against Eskom acting CEO

By: Anine Kilian     3rd February 2017 Civil rights organisation AfriForum has laid a culpable homicide complaint against acting State-owned Eskom CEO Matshela Koko, after a woman was electrocuted while walking on her way home through open veld close to the informal settlement Blikkiesdorp, near Grabouw, in the Western Cape, last... 

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