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Jul 25, 2014
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The biennial Sasol Solar Challenge will kick off on September 27, in Pretoria, and end in Cape Town, on October 4. Fourteen teams will take part, of which eight are local, says race project manager Annalie van Vuuren.
Jul 25, 2014
TURBOCHARGING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT The Ford Struandale Engine Plant donated four turbo-diesel engines to propel skills development and training at the Coega Skills and Training Development Centre
Vehicle manufacturer Ford donated four diesel engines to State-owned entity, the Coega Skills and Training Development Centre, to enhance skills development in the automotive industry.
Jul 25, 2014
The majority of the construction work packages forming part of the expansion of the Ngqura container terminal expansion are complete.
Jul 21, 2014
General Tyre production at the Port Elizabeth plant
Continental Tyre South Africa (CTSA) is investing between R300-million and R320-million in its Port Elizabeth facility this year, says CTSA marketing and sales GM Shaun Uys. The investment will focus on increasing energy efficiency, as the electricity price in Port...
Jul 18, 2014
TUMI DLAMINI The building industry continues to play a significant role in driving growth and job creation in South Africa
The yearly Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) Congress will be held in Port Elizabeth in September, where national and African representatives will have an opportunity to discuss the latest trends, opportunities and challenges in the building industry.
Jul 16, 2014
Talks to end the three-week strike in the metals and engineering sector will resume this week through formal bargaining council structures after the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) was unable to secure a wage agreement with the...
Jul 14, 2014
As the National Union of Mineworkers of South Africa-led metal and engineering sector strike continues, vehicle manufacturers have started halting production at some plants as car component supply is interrupted. Toyota, which maintained full production for the first...
Jul 11, 2014
Vehicle manufacturer Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa’s (FMCSA’s) Struandale engine plant, in Port Elizabeth, this week celebrated the production of its three-millionth engine – a 3.2-l, five-cylinder Duratorq TDCi engine destined to power a Ford Ranger...
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Jul 04, 2014
Engen Petroleum, a leading provider of industrial lubricants, is bringing high performance under extreme conditions to industrial gearboxes with the recent launch of Gengear XEP series. After the recent introduction of Hydrokin ESF Hydraulic fluid customer events in...
Jul 04, 2014
The impact of the strike in the metals and engineering sector, which entered its fourth day on Friday, had started to filter down to vehicle manufacturers, with General Motors South Africa (GMSA) this week suspending production at its main South African assembly...
Jul 03, 2014
SKF South Africa is taking engineering knowledge, core technologies and capabilities to customers through technology days hosted in partnership with SKF authorised distributors. “For SKF it’s all about our customers and our distributors,” says Marchant Taylor,...
Jul 02, 2014
The Bobcat T870 compact track loader delivers the perfect combination of compact design and powerful performance making it the unit of choice to perform a variety of functions for South Africa’s leading port logistics providers. Four Bobcat T870 compact track...
Jul 01, 2014
AfriSam is poised to increase its market share in the Eastern Cape with the opening of a third rail to road depot in the province this one in Markman Industrial, Port Elizabeth to supplement the company’s existing depots located in East London and Queenstown. The...
Jun 30, 2014
One year after ground broke on the Eastern Cape’s largest mall, the R1.7bn Baywest Mall in Port Elizabeth, threatened indigenous plant species and a relocated natural rocky outcrop on the 330ha Baywest City site are thriving thanks to careful environmental...
Jun 27, 2014
PartServe Channel Support has announced that it has partnered with TPV Technology Limited, the world’s largest PC monitor and one of the foremost LCD TV manufacturers. It is now the sole provider of warranty and after sales support for the AOC, Envision and Philips...
Jun 27, 2014
High-service distributor of electronic, electrical, mechanical and industrial products RS Components SA is advancing research and development in alternative energy through its sponsorship of R1-million worth of products to the University of Johannesburg’s (UJ’s)...
Jun 26, 2014
Hisense SA, the leading electronics and white goods manufacturer and global giant, announced the signed Esquire Technologies as a distributor for southern Africa. Esquire Technologies is an international award winning company and one of the leading distributors in...
Jun 23, 2014
Kaizer Nyatsumba
As the metal and engineering industry sector braced for a possible strike from July, with wage talks remaining deadlocked a week before the expiry of the current agreement, the National Employers Association of South Africa (Neasa) embarked on a nationwide roadshow...
 
 
 
 
Jun 20, 2014
CDC/344/14(j) - Coega Development Corporation (CDC) The Coega Project is a multimillion rand initiative consisting of an industrial development zone (IDZ) and a deepwater port situated in Port Elizabeth. The initiative aims to position South Africa as a platform for...
Jun 18, 2014
Police on Friday arrested a second suspect in connection with the streak of violent attacks against Transnet workers while the courts in Port Elizabeth ordered that the first suspect remain in custody as the police round up the perpetrators of violence. Port...
Jun 18, 2014
Transnet temporarily lifts lockout to allow striking colleagues volunteering to abandon the Numsa-organised strike action to return to work on humanitarian grounds. Transnet today announced that it would suspend the lockout on all striking employees at its Ngqura...
Jun 18, 2014
Transnet condemns resurgence of violence against colleagues who choose not to take part in the strike and commits to enhance security. Transnet condemns in the strongest possible terms the resumption of acts of thuggery, violence and lawlessness against our...
Jun 18, 2014
More than 300 workers absorbed into the company’s terminals at ports in East London, Port Elizabeth and Ngqura. We are pleased to announce that with effect from Monday, 1 June 2014, all employees at our terminals in the Eastern Cape are now employed directly by the...
Jun 17, 2014
Trade union Solidarity on Tuesday said it would apply for an urgent interdict against tyre manufacturer Continental Tyres to halt planned retrenchments after a “questionable agreement” with the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) extended to...
Jun 13, 2014
• Xigo free seminars to be held in PE, Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town • BCMS Corporate Founder, David Rebbettes to facilitate the seminars • Essential points to selling a business for maximum value Entrepreneurs go into business, more often, with the hope...
Jun 13, 2014
Driving along the West Coast road not far from Cape Town, it is hard to miss the 37 turbines reaching into the sky at the Hopefield wind farm. It may seem an unusual sight in South Africa for now, but not for too long. There are likely to be 400 turbines spinning by...
Jun 13, 2014
African Oxygen Limited (Afrox) is sub-Saharan Africa’s leading supplier of gases, welding and safety products, employing 3 000 people and operating in South Africa and 11 other African countries. It manages operations in five more countries on behalf of its parent...
Jun 13, 2014
Driving along the West Coast road not far from Cape Town, it’s hard not to miss the 37 turbines reaching into the sky at the Hopefield wind farm. It may seem an unusual sight in South Africa for now, but not for too long. There are likely to be 400 turbines...
 
 
 
 
Jun 12, 2014
Xigo free seminars to be held in PE, Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town BCMS Corporate Founder, David Rebbettes to facilitate the seminars Essential points to selling a business for maximum value Entrepreneurs go into business, more often, with the hope of reaping...
Jun 09, 2014
In order to make full use of its oceans’ potential, the South African government is in the process of developing a blue economy strategy, said the Department of Environmental Affairs. “South Africa has large ocean spaces and we are beginning to appreciate the...
Jun 06, 2014
Freight and logistics group Transnet has accused striking National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) members of “renewed intimidation, violence and acts of thuggery” against Transnet workers who have chosen not to take part in a strike by the union at...
Jun 02, 2014
The South African government’s draft Gas Utilisation Master Plan (Gump) could be released for public comment in June, should the document receive sign-off during one of the early meetings of the new Cabinet, which was named by President Jacob Zuma on May 25. The...
May 30, 2014
Main Activity of the Company: Clover Industries is a processor of dairy and other fast-moving consumer goods
May 23, 2014
The Coega industrial development zone secured more than R1.8-billion for the 2013/14 financial year from ten clients.
May 22, 2014
Six universities from South Africa and one each from Reunion, Botswana, and Namibia are cooperating on the Southern African Universities Radiometric Network or SAURAN.  The network consists of 12 radiometric measurement stations in Southern Africa and on the island...
May 19, 2014
a.b.e. Construction Chemicals’ production plant and head office in Boksburg as well as its new warehouse facility in KZN have been awarded the internationally-recognised ISO 9001:2008 accreditation. The company – part of the Chryso Southern Africa Group –...
May 16, 2014
With a growing recognition of the link between the provision and consumption of adequate food, water and energy, industry bodies are now arguing that national and local government need to manage natural resources in a far more integrated manner. The 2013 Human...
May 16, 2014
Consider an industrial plant supplied by a power line or poer lines a few tens of kilometres long, built only for the purpose of supplying your plant and that your plant draws about 20 MW. Under this condition, it would be normal to have, at your end of the line,...
 
 
 
 
May 13, 2014
BLUE tooth scales that instantly transmit data to a PC and stethoscopes, designed to measure heart murmurs in children, that connect to mobile devices are just some of the ways primary health care is going high-tech. It’s called e-health or m-health – short for...
May 12, 2014
Tyre manufacturer Continental Tyre South Africa (CTSA) and the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) reached an agreement late last week, with workers returned to work on Saturday, ending the wage strike that began on April 15 at CTSA’s...
May 09, 2014
DURBAN AERIAL VIEW Elgin Brown & Hamer South Africa offers a full in-house service in all aspects of ship repair
Ship repair company Elgin Brown & Hamer South Africa (EBH SA), a division of heavy engineering group DCD Marine, says it is well positioned to service Southern Africa’s burgeoning offshore oil and gas sector and the increasing number of large cargo vessels that...
May 09, 2014
Manufacturer of pumps, valves and related systems KSB, which was established in South Africa in 1959, provides systems for a wide range of markets, including water, sewage, the industrial sector, which includes chemicals, petrochemicals and steel, as well as the...
May 09, 2014
REACHING NEW HEIGHTS The ship-to-shore cranes have a lift height of 41 m and are capable of lifting a 65 t load under a twin lift spreader
State-owned freight and logistics group Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) achieved another significant milestone in its ongoing investment in South Africa’s ports with the arrival of four new ship-to-shore (STS) cranes and 18 rubber-tyred gantry (RTG) cranes, which are...
 
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