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Port of Cape Town’s Training Centre to Open Doors in September 2018

Updated 5 hours ago Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has successfully completed the construction of its Maritime Training Centre at the Port of Cape Town and the institution will run its first courses in September 2018. TNPA refurbished an underutilised building at the port to house the centre, which will... 

Education, NDP execution crucial in reaching development goals – Mohale

By: Simone Liedtke     Updated 6 hours ago Out of the 400 South African companies listed on the JSE, only 212 have reported on their black economic empowerment (BEE) activities in the last two years, Business Leadership South Africa CEO Bonang Mohale said on Wednesday. National statistics, he highlighted during an address at the Vision... 

Engen ensures disabled pupils get warm beds for winter

Updated 6 hours ago Eighty intellectually disabled pupils studying at the Mount Fletcher Special School in the rural Eastern Cape can look forward to comfortable, warm nights this winter, thanks to Engen’s donation of new beds. The Engen handover of beds and mattresses on 8 June, totalling R250 000, will get the... 

Stop exploiting Africa, share resources, Pope tells Europe

By: Reuters     Updated 7 hours ago Europe should stop exploiting Africa and invest in ways that benefit the continent more, including by sharing mineral wealth more equitably, Pope Francis said. "We must invest in Africa, but invest in an orderly way and create employment, not go there to exploit it," he told Reuters in a... 

MTN Hosts First Ever Global Y’ello Career Day For Youth On The Future Of Work

18th June 2018 MTN will host a Global Y’ello Career Day across 21 of its operations on Thursday, 21 June 2018. This is a first in the company’s history. The Y’ello Career Day is part of the 21 Days of Y’ello Care programme, which kicked off on 1 June 2018 across MTN’s 24-country footprint.  Felleng Sekha, Group... 

Volkswagen returns to Alexandra to give the gift of motion

18th June 2018 School children, Community Policing Forum and health workers are beneficiaries of 300 Blue Bikes donated to community in Alexandra As the maker of people's cars', Volkswagen puts people at the heart of what we do, by playing a vital role in driving people forward. "Under the banner of 'Volkswagen... 

WSP celebrates 1 million m2 of Certified Green Space in Africa

18th June 2018 WSP in Africa, one of the largest multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies on the continent, is celebrating a milestone million square meters (1 million m2) of Certified Green Space in Africa. WSP sustainability consultants and engineers have been hard at work for over a decade; setting... 

Tapping into neurodiversity for new cyber security skills

18th June 2018 Rob Partridge, Head of Commercial Development, Penetration testing Organisations and governments, alike, have every reason to be concerned about the rising threat levels they face today; rarely a week goes by without security hitting the headlines around the world. But, are hiring processes... 

The all-Africa Employee Engagement Awards & Conference announces 2018 winners

18th June 2018 The inaugural Africa wide Employment Engagement Awards and Conference hosted 150 people at the 2018 Awards and Conference yesterday at the Hyatt in Rosebank Johannesburg. It was a unique opportunity for business leaders to champion continent-wide achievements and innovative approaches to engaging... 

Tahltan to receive C$7m a year from Brucejack taxes

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th June 2018 The Tahltan First Nation will receive about C$7-million a year in tax revenue from the new Brucejack gold mine, under a revenue-sharing agreement between the British Columbia government and the Tahltan central government. The Brucejack mine, in north-western British Columbia, is expected to... 

As Gary Bell steps down as CEO, he urges SA manufacturers to embrace future

By: Irma Venter     15th June 2018 There is no need to cower in the corner when considering the future of manufacturing. Artificial intelligence and three-dimensional printing can open up a multitude of opportunities for South African manufacturers, says Bell Equipment CEO Gary Bell. Bell Equipment is, in fact, readying itself to... 

Carbon-content waste disposal rethought

By: Paige Müller     15th June 2018 In light of the Department of Environmental Affairs’ (DEA’s) imminent ban on all forms of liquid waste to landfill set for August 2019 and the ban on hazardous waste to landfill with a calorific value greater than 25 MJ/kg since August 2017, waste management service provider Interwaste states... 

Industry body assumes consultancy role in DHET initiative

By: Halima Frost     15th June 2018 The Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW) has been appointed by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to act as the consultants in the welding aspect of the Centres of Specialisation Programme. Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor outlined in March that the... 

History to be more equal than other subjects?

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     15th June 2018 Some associate professor was an in-studio guest on one of our television channels the other night. To mangle a famous quotation in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, he was on about why history should be more equal than other subjects at high school level in South Africa. He and other dons who... 

Sean Momberg

By: Schalk Burger     15th June 2018 This week we feature Sean Momberg, MD of Workforce Staffing, a temporary employment services company   

As Gary Bell steps down as CEO, he urges SA manufacturers to embrace future

By: Irma Venter     15th June 2018 There is no need to cower in the corner when considering the future of manufacturing. Artificial intelligence and three-dimensional printing can open up a multitude of opportunities for South African manufacturers, says Bell Equipment CEO Gary Bell. Bell Equipment is, in fact, readying itself to... 

Pandor wants to reposition TVETs as institutions of choice

By: Natasha Odendaal     15th June 2018 Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges will become the institutions of choice for millions of young people and lay the foundation of education in South Africa, says Higher Education and Training Minister Naledi Pandor. Increasingly, more youth are entering technical and... 

Best practice drug testing improves workplace safety

By: Schalk Burger     15th June 2018 Routine testing for illicit and intoxicating substances conducted by companies is leading to the distribution of health and safety best practices and helping to improve workplace performance and safety, says workplace testing company Alco-Safe director Rhys Evans. Greater exposure to devices used... 

Aerospace facility aims to help country master new technologies

By: Rebecca Campbell     15th June 2018 In South Africa, the aerospace and defence industries have a responsibility to provide technological leadership for the rest of the economy. This is because they are leading sectors for the development, introduction and use of innovations and new technologies, argues Centurion Aerospace Village... 

Local Industrial Internet of Things Solution Provider, 1Worx, Partners with TUT to Bring World Class Leading IIoT Technology to African Engineering Students

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th June 2018 On 22nd of June 2018, 1Worx together with Tshwane University of Technology will be launching the world’s first African Industrial Internet of Things laboratory powered by PTC ThingWorx. Appropriately named the “Emerging Laboratory”, the lab is based at the TUT Soshanguve campus and is designed to... 

South Africa: a Hub for Marine Aids to Navigation Training

14th June 2018 South Africa is emerging as a hub of training in marine aids to navigation (AtoNs) for other developing countries keen to establish their maritime transport sector as a safe, secure and environmentally sound pillar of socio-economic growth. This was clear from an address by David Gordon,... 

Plastics|SA Raises Awareness About Keeping Plastics Pollution Out Of The Environment Sustainability Week, World Environment Day, World Oceans Day

14th June 2018 Plastics|SA used its participation in Sustainability Week (5-7 June 2018), World Environment Day (5 June 2018) and World Oceans Day (9 June) to raise awareness about the importance of keeping plastics pollution out of the environment. Plastics|SA is the umbrella organisation representing the... 

Lufthansa at the forefront of Education Week with iThemba School

13th June 2018 Lufthansa’s school project has a vision to encourage a love of learning and provide basic learning necessities Help alliance emphasizes the importance of a collaborative and inclusive approach to learning this Education Week iThemba School is positively changing the lives of children and has... 

This youth month we celebrate a future leader from Durban South

13th June 2018 June is a special month for Engen. It is Youth Month, and it provides Engen opportunity to reflect upon its commitment to helping young gifted South Africans to explore new horizons. Trinisha Lutchmiah is one of many whose horizons have opened widely thanks to Engen. Trinisha grew up in Merebank,... 

Mining companies combating malaria scourge – ICMM

By: Martin Creamer     13th June 2018 Mining companies are taking firm steps to help combat the scourge of malaria, which affects 3.3-billion people worldwide and kills a child every 30 seconds. International Council for Mining and Metals (ICMM) health, safety and product stewardship director John Atherton reports that: 

South Africa’s ‘Samcodes way’ a world-beater – Mullins

By: Martin Creamer     12th June 2018 South Africa has succeeded in creating a meticulous set of mineral reporting codes that continue to gain international recognition. The South African Mineral Reporting Codes (Samcodes), which protect investors, are currently so highly regarded that in October South Africa will host a large... 

Fourth Edition of Africa Code Week Kicks Off in Madagascar with a Goal to Empower 600,000 Youth in 2018

11th June 2018 With over 1.8 million lives impacted since 2015, Africa Code Week harnesses partnerships to build community capacity on digital education across an entire continent. The 2018 edition of Africa Code Week (ACW) officially kicked-off in Madagascar this week with its first-part series of... 

Effective control of substance abuse in industry crucial

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     8th June 2018 There is a need for effective control of substance abuse in the manufacturing industry as it is a major issue, says drug and alcohol testing equipment supplier Alco-Safe MD Rhys Evans. Alco-Safe has more than 4 000 clients using its services, across industries, including mining, construction,... 

How to offset the job killing effect of sugar tax

8th June 2018 FairPlay movement member Chris Ward argues that, by following the lead of sugar producing countries, such as Brazil, which is now a major bioethanol producer and exporter, South Africa will be able to not only save but also grow its sugar-cane industry 

Arun Chadha

8th June 2018 This week we profile Arun Chadha, CEO of Allied Steelrode, a value-adding steel processor and supplier   

Cummins, Komatsu launch technical education programme at college

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th June 2018 Engine, filtration and genset manufacturer Cummins Africa Middle East and earthmoving, mining, construction and utility equipment manufacturer Komatsu Africa have teamed up to bring the first Technical Education for Communities (TEC) programme to South Africa. Inaugurated within the Sedibeng... 

Public sector wage deal inches closer as more unions sign

By: News24Wire      7th June 2018 The public sector wage agreement is close to being a done deal, with 48% of workers represented by trade unions at the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) supporting the offer. A majority of 50%+1 employee agreement is required to implement the deal. 

Booth Schoch Future Success Fund established at Ford Resource and Engagement Centre

6th June 2018 New Fund to assist selected FREC graduates to establish in-home businesses or After School Care Centres Fund honours community initiatives established in South Africa by Lewis Booth and Dave Schoch $10,000 grant to be awarded each year for the next 10 years Ford Motor Company Fund is expanding... 

Hatch raises the bar with Level 2 B-BBEE rating

6th June 2018 Global multidisciplinary management, engineering, and development consultancy Hatch has achieved a Level 2 Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) rating. Hatch began its transformation journey in 2001, well before the B-BBEE legislation was put into place. Since then, the company has... 

Connecting Africa through 5G broadband technologies

6th June 2018 The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is currently developing a 5G testbed, to prepare for the advent of 5G technologies and to ensure that Africa is able to adapt to the demands of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The testbed is expected to be launched later this year at the... 

Engen Celebrates South Africa’s talented Youth

6th June 2018 This Youth Day Engen is celebrating the beautiful game for the many bright futures that football has afforded many of the 30 000-plus players who have participated in the Engen Knockout Challenge, South Africa’s most prestigious youth football initiative which celebrates its 16th anniversary this... 

Afrisam Is Key Backer Of The Concrete Conference 2018

5th June 2018 Talking about creating concrete possibilities is one thing but doing something about it is a completely different story. Leading construction materials company, AfriSam put its money where its mouth is by making this year’s Concrete Conference possible as the headline sponsor. According to... 

'Hi, I'm Pepper' – first humanoid robot in South Africa gently introduces herself

By: News24Wire      5th June 2018 At your next hotel check-in, you might just be assisted by a robot. Well, perhaps not quite yet, but the first humanoid robot in South Africa is an indicator of the capability of artificial intelligence (AI). Pepper, a humanoid chat robot was recently unveiled at Nedbank's digital-branch, the... 

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