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Nov 29, 2002
Malawi – Following the withdrawal of Econet Wireless, of South Africa, from its consortium with Malawi's largest publicly-listed conglomerate, Press Corporation, as the preffered bidder in the privatisation of that country's sole fixed phone line provider,...
Nov 08, 2002
South Africa’s automotive industry, which has achieved runaway success on the export arena during the last few years, is poised for further success in the coming decades, predicts an international automotive analyst with consulting group PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Aug 15, 2002
Medium-sized companies looking for capital, and prospective investors in such businesses, will be able to find each other through a sophisticated “dating service” launched by Barnard Jacobs Mellett and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Jun 21, 2002
MALAWI – A consortium comprising South African telecommunications firm Econet Wireless International and Malawi's largest publicly-listed conglomerate, Press Corporation has emerged successful in the bidding process for the privatisation of Malawi's sole fixed...
Mar 29, 2002
Tender documents for the construction of a proposed toll ring road around the Cape metropolitan area could be prepared before the end of this year.
Mar 08, 2002
Local software designer ScanTrack has developed an effective canteen-management system for the use in closed communities, such as large companies, universities and manufacturing plants.
Mar 08, 2002
Millions of rand are spent every year in South Africa in an effort to minimise maintenance costs and maximise uptime by using the traditional approach of building all systems and infrastructure first.
Jan 10, 2002
Copper prices are set to maintain a steady upturn in 2002, according to the latest comprehensive poll of analysts in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ quarterly e-journal, Metals Markets Sentiment.
Jan 07, 2002
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Jun 22, 2001
Mr AH Charnaud wrote to me some time back and enclosed writings about the Orange river and the various irrigation and hydropower schemes that had been put in place on that river, in particular, the Gariep dam and the Vanderkloof dam.
Jul 28, 2000
Electrically Speaking
Jul 21, 2000
South African digital marketplace, focused on the high-potential maintenance, repair and operations market, will be officially launched next month, although it is already in full swing.
Jun 16, 2000
South Africa’s leading information technology company, Dimension Data, is setting up what it calls a ‘horizontal’ Web-based marketplace, which could facilitate R6-billion a year of on-line trade.
Mar 03, 2000
The first product of the three-year R15-million South African Industry Strategy Project, is a baseline study on the status of the local information technology industry and related jobs and skills.
 
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