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540 000 meals collected as FoodForward SA and Pick n Pay unite South Africans on Mandela Day

20th July 2018 “Collaboration and support from volunteers and the private sector is vital to furthering our mission and ensuring we reach our country’s most vulnerable citizens” - Andy Du Plessis, FoodForward SA’s Managing Director   

Entrenched player furthers provincial presence

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     20th July 2018 Plastic conveyor components manufacturer IRP Engineering Plastics (IRP) continues to invest in innovation and the development of its product range to continue offering market leading solutions to the food, beverage, packaging and materials handling industries in and around KwaZulu-Natal, IRP MD... 

New zero-discharge chemical production facility opens in Pomona

By: Schalk Burger     20th July 2018 The new 6 600 m2 chemical production facility of multinational Veolia Water Technologies South Africa, in Pomona, Kempton Park is the main blending facility for the company’s local operations, and is also set to export to Veolia’s clients throughout Africa, owing to its competitive costs of... 

Study indicates FDI can provide credible solutions to several social issues

By: Simone Liedtke     17th July 2018 If guided wisely, foreign direct investment (FDI) can provide credible solutions to inequality, and alleviate urban poverty and unemployment, the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) said on Tuesday with the release of its ‘State of the African Cities 2018’ report. Drawing on a... 

Vacuum systems leak detection a first for Southern Africa

By: Halima Frost     13th July 2018 South African pump distributor Integrated Pump Technology has added on-site vacuum leak detection of vacuum systems to complement its existing service offering of design, supply, service and repairs of vacuum pumps and systems. Making use of the recently launched Leybold Phoenix Quadro portable... 

Data-driven HR can augment, rather than weaken, human touch

By: Schalk Burger     13th July 2018 Data-driven human resource (HR) management systems are arming managers with facts to improve employee management and are also helping the company to attract and retain staff more effectively, says JSE-listed information technology multinational Dimension Data Middle East and Africa HR executive... 

Endress+Hauser development team earns the AMA Innovation Award

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th July 2018 iTHERM TrustSens recognized as an exceptional innovation in the field of and instrumentation Innovation, originality and market relevance: these are the three key criteria that are applied when selecting the winner of the AMA Innovation Award. With the iTHERM TrustSens, a development team from... 

Reliable Detection Of Objects With Sensors From Countapusle Controls

10th July 2018 Countapulse Controls advises that German sensor specialist, Leuze electronic is expanding its portfolio of optoelectronic and inductive switches with capacitive proximity switches. This move will make it possible for users to procure obtain complete solutions for detection requirements from a... 

Ballito Junction and Build the Future Project start building a much-needed new creche in Ndwedwe

9th July 2018 Building a brighter future, today the first sod was turned for the construction of a brand new early learning child centre - The Vukuzakhe Creche. Ballito Junction Regional Mall, together with Build the Future Project, is building the early learning centre in Ndwedwe, located 35km from the mall... 

Engen brings first Woolies Foodstop to the Swartland

9th July 2018 The people of Malmesbury are set to reap the yummy goodness of a 24-hour Woolworths Foodstop, which has been added to the recently upgraded Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre. Engen Malmesbury Convenience Centre is located at 45 Voortrekker Road, Malmesbury in the Western Cape. The new Woolies... 

On-The-Air (06/07/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     6th July 2018 Black-controlled mining company Exxaro has hit the high spots with the introduction of South Africa’s first ‘smart’ mine. A strongly black-empowered mining company is taking steps to raise money in London for its modern new phosphates operation in the Western Cape. The Bafokeng community is... 

VAT, fuel price hikes: Ramaphosa gives ministers 2 weeks for plan to ease consumer pain

By: News24Wire      6th July 2018 Government will in two weeks’ time announce a package of economic measures to cushion the public from the crippling effects of high fuel price hikes and the VAT increase, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday. Addressing business and government leaders in Pretoria ahead of the BRICS Summit... 

Over R1.3bn investments recorded for Western Cape in Q1 – Wesgro

By: African News Agency      6th July 2018 The Western Cape's investment promotion agency Wesgro said on Friday it had facilitated over R1.3-billion in investments in the first quarter, which would support the creation of 549 direct jobs. It said the nine investment projects secured represented a cross-section of the local economy and... 

“Listeriosis can be rallying call for the industry”

6th July 2018 The recent listeriosis outbreak is a timely reminder that the food supply chain is constantly under attack from outside threats. In this, there is a lesson for the rest of the industry, writes Emma Corder, Nilfisk South Africa Country Manager. One doesn’t have to look far to find serious cases of... 

Corruption’s heavy toll

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     6th July 2018 Picture this scene: you are driving along a road in suburban Johannesburg and a stern-looking cop pulls you over, informing you, as you wind down your window, that you have exceeded the speed limit or committed any of several traffic infractions. In a tone that can put the fear of God into any... 

Chemicals factory to support value chain opened in Maluti-a-Phofong SEZ

By: Schalk Burger     6th July 2018 An industrial chemicals factory opened in the Maluti-a-Phofong special economic zone (SEZ), in Harrismith, Free State, will play a key intermediate role in supporting the value chains that pass through this transport node, says the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Chemicals and Textiles... 

Testing and verification multinational launches women education trust

By: Schalk Burger     6th July 2018 Testing, verification and certification multinational Bureau Veritas has launched the iThemba Trust, which will fund the degrees of disadvantaged girls and young women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, says Bureau Veritas South Africa VP Sal Govender. The trust is... 

Global Trade Show - Set to Surpass 2017 Success

29th June 2018 The Global Trade Show of Networking and Matchmaking South Africa 2018 (GTS2018) a leading business opportunities exhibition, is back for a second year in South Africa – bigger and better! The three-day event, which takes place from 27 to 29 July at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand,... 

Veolia's new South African chemical production facility offers improved cost competitiveness

By: Schalk Burger     29th June 2018 The new 6 600 m2 chemical production facility of multinational Veolia Water Technologies South Africa, which opened in Pomona, Kempton Park, on Thursday, is the main blending facility for the company’s local operations, and is also set to export to Veolia’s clients throughout Africa, owing to its... 

Small natural capital footprint of telecoms sector seen as an opportunity

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th June 2018 The telecommunications sector is seen as the only “safe haven” in a world where natural resource depletion is increasing liability and business interruption. Natural capital, the “global stock” of natural resources, is being depleted at a rate much faster than the planet can replenish it, which... 

BM Foods Leads Innovation In ‘Green’ Refrigeration Technique

27th June 2018 BM Foods, holding company of the much-loved South African food brand, Mediterranean Delicacies, is the first food manufacturing company in the South African market to use a CO2 driven refrigeration system in their new, state of the art Cape Town factory. The benefits of using CO2 is that it... 

Polystyrene Collectors In Gauteng Help Industry Reach Recycling Success

27th June 2018 Dynamic duo shifts focus to polystyrene collection to help meet recyclers’ demand Deena and Joelene Moodley of AJ Polycycling 

Delegation seeks partnerships with food and beverage industry

By: Melissa Zisengwe     22nd June 2018 Last month, the German VDMA Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association held a symposium in Johannesburg, South Africa, for a delegation of 13 high-profile and diversified member companies to present their products and services to the South African food processing and packaging industry.... 

German company looks to enter African markets

By: Melissa Zisengwe     22nd June 2018 Technology developer Hosokawa Alpine Aktiengesellschaft plans to enter the South African market with Sugarplex – a sugar grinding machine for sugar milling companies in the food industry. The company was part of the diversified delegation at the German technology Symposium held in Johannesburg,... 

SAGCC, partners aim to digitalise industries

By: Melissa Zisengwe     22nd June 2018 The Southern African-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SAGCC) and its partners are looking into automating and digitalising South African supply chain industries. According to the SAGCC, there is a substantial shift towards automation and digitalisation in organisations in Germany and in... 

Manufacturer showcases food & beverage processing technologies

By: Melissa Zisengwe     22nd June 2018 Manufacturing company KHS South Africa, a subsidiary of Germany-based KHS GmbH, presented its technology and solutions to 90 local food and beverage companies at the German Technology Symposium, held in Johannesburg, last month. The symposium, which was the first symposium tailored for the food... 

Emerson Introduces Powerful Diagnostics For Flow Meter Intelligence And Measurement Confidence

21st June 2018 Advanced Smart Meter Verification diagnostics to deliver real-time intelligence and calibration of Coriolis and magnetic flow meters for a complete process overview and greater operational certainty Emerson has launched the latest version of its Smart Meter Verification software for Coriolis and... 

Poor people most vulnerable to climate change – economist

By: African News Agency      21st June 2018 An estimated 20-million people will be pushed into poverty because of climate change in 2030, which may possibly rocket to more than 100-million people if speedy social developments are not conducted, an economist said on Wednesday. “We estimated that 20-million people will be pushed into poverty... 

Illegal mining worth R7bn a year – PwC

By: Martin Creamer     14th June 2018 The value of illegal mining and dealing of metals and diamonds in South Africa is estimated to be more than R7-billion a year, says PwC. In its latest edition of SA Mine, the professional services firm equates this to revenue generated from 430 000 oz of gold at the current market price. 

Industry 4.0 to add benefits across the entire value chain

By: Schalk Burger     14th June 2018 The nascent industrial revolution happening across the world, termed Industry 4.0, is helping to improve the entire value chain through the digitalisation of all processes and the integration and improvement of the interdependent processes, says industrial systems multinational Siemens Digital... 

South Africa’s metrology institute reports successful food safety conference

By: Rebecca Campbell     14th June 2018 The National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA) announced earlier this week that it had held its first Africa Food Safety Workshop during the first week of this month, in Pretoria. The event was attended by delegates form South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world. They represented... 

Sea Harvest to acquire fishing business, stake in subsidiaries of Viking Fishing

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th June 2018 A consortium of broad-based black economic empowerment investors, led by fishing and food business Sea Harvest together with its subsidiary Sea Harvest Corporation, has entered into sale agreements with Viking Fishing Holdings to acquire the fishing business and selected shareholdings of Viking... 

The effects of counterfeiting

12th June 2018 Backed by an illicit industry considered to be one of the largest in the world and costing the global economy billions of dollars, counterfeit goods are on the rise. It’s essential for brands to invest in resources to fight counterfeiting because just about any brand you consume can be... 

Interwaste uses innovation to convert waste into energy

By: Donald Makhafola     8th June 2018 Waste management company Interwaste is continually exploring processes and technologies to divert waste from landfills and has created a variety of methods converting waste-to-energy. Interwaste director for business development and marketing Kate Stubbs says the first way to get value out of... 

Local manufacturing crucial for economic growth

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     8th June 2018 Providing locally manufactured goods and supporting local manufacturing are massively important for the growth of the South African economy, says plastic conveyor components manufacturer IRP Engineering Plastics MD Kris Kibble. “Supporting international supply over local manufacture and supply... 

Eltherm’s EHT regulates cold, prevents heat loss

8th June 2018 Electrical heat tracing (EHT) can provide significant cost reductions and energy conservation as it regulates temperature ensuring that during uncharacteristically cold days, other costly sources such as flange or gas heaters do not have to be used to compensate for unplanned heat loss, says EHT... 

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 

The fourth industrial revolution, an African perspective

8th June 2018 New and emerging technologies are fundamentally changing the world in ways that were previously unimaginable. Technology driven innovation has always caused business models to go extinct. Some companies could not evolve and went out of business while others adapted, seized opportunities and... 

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