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Oct 13, 2014
SuperSport United were crowned the inaugural Under 17 Engen Champ of Champs after beating Bidvest Wits 1-0 at Soweto’s Nike Centre On Sunday afternoon. A second half strike by Zama Rambuweni was enough to hand United the trophy and the R15 000 cheque after a goalless...
Oct 06, 2014
Youth football is set to rise to the next level when the Engen Champ of Champs U17 tournament kicks off at the Nike Centre in Pimville, Soweto from 10th to 12th October, 2014. Hosted by Engen’s football partners Supersport United FC, the Engen Champ of Champs ushers...
Jul 25, 2014
Germany was the big winner on and off the pitch at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The kits of both finalists were German, most of the boots were German (although the goal scorer, Mario Gotze, wore Nike footwear) and even the ball was engineered in Germany. It...
Jun 30, 2014
One of South Africa’s landmark shopping destinations, East Rand Galleria in Boksburg, which connects to East Rand Mall to create a 110,000sqm retail powerhouse, is receiving a major R411 million reconfiguration and renovation from owners, JSE-listed SA Corporate Real...
Nov 20, 2013
Capillary Technologies, a leading provider of cloud software solutions that help businesses to engage intelligently with their customers through mobile, social and in-store channels, has announced its entry into the South African market with new offices in...
Sep 06, 2013
Three hundred women entrepreneurs will, as part of the 10 000 Women project, have received business and management training by the end of the year from the Gordon Institute of Business Science (Gibs), in Illovo, Johannesburg. The project, which is funded by...
Mar 08, 2013
With road congestion, environmental issues and South Africa’s high logistics costs increasingly under the spotlight – and hampering our ability to compete in the global marketplace – the time is ideal for an “intermodal renaissance” that will enable South African...
Oct 02, 2012
Private equity investor RMB Ventures, a subsidiary of FirstRand, has purchased a significant minority interest in footwear and apparel retailer Studio 88 Group. The transaction would see RMB Ventures investing alongside three of the four original founders of the...
Apr 16, 2012
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Nov 19, 2010
The Cape Town stadium was the overall winner of the 2010 Steel Awards, which, perhaps, attracted the best-ever entries since the award’s inception, says Southern African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC) executive director Dr Hennie de Clercq.

The awards were...
Oct 07, 2010
Attached please find a press release on: The Southern African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC) have said that 2010 was a year which featured some of the most outstanding entries since the inception of the Steel Awards, prompting SAISC executive director Dr...
Jun 09, 2010
Attached please find a press release on: Sustainable Brands 2010(SB ’10) kicked off with brand leaders, entrepreneurs and start-ups vying to build the road to sustainability, despite uncertain economic times. Eleven finalists competed at the 2nd annual SB...
Jul 10, 2009
The Villa Mall, east of Pretoria, is aiming for a five-star environmental rating from the Green Building Council of South Africa, which is currently developing a Green Star rating tool for the retail sector.

The Villa Mall is being developed by Capicol, and the...
Jul 06, 2009
A number of international corporations were calling on the Group of Eight (G8) leaders meeting in Italy this week, to agree on a global climate deal by the end of 2009 and to set ambitious targets to cut carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions. The companies, which included...
Mar 18, 2009
The decision of Pamodzi Gold to oppose a liquidation application in the Pretoria High Court points to a possible turning point for the better for the black-owned gold junior that is battling a high-profile cash crisis. The High Court on Tuesday gave Pamdozi Gold...
Jan 25, 2008
About 30 ha of organic cotton have been planted and will be harvested in May 2008, in a pilot project taking place in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo provinces, which aims to stimulate the production of South African organic products and establish a sustainable value...
Jan 11, 2008
About 30 ha of organic cotton have been planted and will be harvested in May 2008, in a pilot project taking place in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo provinces, which aims to stimulate the production of South African organic products and establish a sustainable value...
Aug 08, 2007
Global Leaders and partner SAS Institute speaker and world renowned Human Resources and Business consultant Professor Dave Ulrich delivered Next Generation Human Resources to a capacity audience on 8 August 2007, at The Forum at The Campus in Bryanston, Johannesburg.
Jun 01, 2005
The new Business of Sport Exhibition will take place at the Sandton Convention Centre between June 7 and June 9.
 
 
 
 
Oct 13, 2003
Twenty teams from different corners of the world are to compete for rugby’s holy grail – the William Webb Ellis trophy – at the 2003 Rugby World Cup, which kicks off in Sydney, Australia, on October 10.
Oct 10, 2003
Twenty teams from different corners of the world are to compete for rugby’s holy grail – the William Webb Ellis trophy – at the 2003 Rugby World Cup, which kicks off in Sydney, Australia, on October 10.
Oct 10, 2003
On Friday morning, AMLive’s radio anchor Alan Swerdlow spoke to Martin Creamer, publishing editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly. Reported here is this Friday’s At the Coalface transcript: Swerdlow: Generation X has been applied to individuals, now...
Mar 28, 2003
With increasing awareness of the health and environmental benefits found in organic goods, it is surprising that there is not one kilogram of organically grown cotton in South Africa – despite a small but growing international market.
Aug 18, 2000
Sans Fibres is to invest millions in a hi-tech spinning platform, thereby strengthening its position as the world’s largest supplier of light industrial nylon yarns to sewing-thread manufacturers.
Jul 21, 2000
Will South Africa have to resort to inhumane practices, such as child labour, sweatshops and non-livable wages, in order to compete in a global economy?
Jun 18, 1999
uality of products and services, as well as competi- tiveness, are not determined by a country, but by the companies within the country – multinationals such as vehicle manufacturers have proved this by maintaining a single standard at their operations in First...
Mar 12, 1999
The formation of a wire cluster in South Africa could see value being added to the 327 000 t or 40% of all locally-produced wire rod, which is being exported from South Africa in primary form at present. Only around 153 000 t of secondary wire products are being...
 
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