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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... 

Morrocan king to sign trade, mining deals with Congo republic

By: Bloomberg     26th April 2018 Moroccan King Mohammed VI will sign a series of investment agreements in a visit to Congo Republic this weekend, Environment & Tourism Minister Arlette Soudan-Nonault said. Mohammed will travel to the Central African nation for an April 28 summit of leaders to discuss the Congo Basin Blue Fund,... 

Barloworld transport to embrace trucking disruptors

1st September 2016 The trucking industry is braced for beneficial disruptive technology that holds promise for entirely new business models in freight movement. Several technologies are positioned to disrupt traditional operational processes in order to improve service, costs, and market share by using data science... 

Labour reforms needed to bolster employment – Kganyago

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th August 2016 Removing unusually high barriers to entry for new business, while lowering costs in network industries such as telecommunications, energy and transport, will counter strong wage, salary and price pressures. This would, in turn, add to growth in employment and the economy, Reserve Bank Governor... 

Concentrated solar plants valuable for South Africa 

By: Robyn Wilkinson     29th July 2016 As baseload plants, concentrated solar plants (CSPs) are highly sought after in the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP), says infrastructure operations and maintenance (O&M) company Invest in Africa Holdings (IIAH) director Gabriel Reeder. 

Machine-moving company extends storage solutions

By: Dylan Slater     23rd October 2015 KwaZulu-Natal-based machine-moving and abnormal loads company Lovemore Bros has invested in a new equipment handling and storage facility, which opened in June, on Rotterdam road in the Bayhead area of Durban port.  


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