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Monitoring vehicles expected to boost safety

24th November 2006 South Africa’s largest bus company, Putco, announced early last month that it will deploy four new monitoring vehicles on Moloto road in Mpumalanga and Gauteng. 

Joburg adds 38 buses in refleeting drive

24th November 2006 Johannesburg’s Metropolitan Bus Service launched 38 new Mercedes-Benz buses as part of its refleeting programme last month. 

Electronic security systems offer flexibility, dependability

3rd November 2006 Statistics suggest that a serious crime is committed in South Africa every 17 seconds, with Johannesburg forming the epicentre of the problem. 

Power-line-based broadband offers security advantages

3rd November 2006 Broadband power-line communication (PLC), which converts an existing electrical grid into a high-speed data, voice and video network offers numerous security advantages says broadband services company Goal Technology Services (GTS) CFO Adrian McGuire. Users, he adds, have a complete choice of... 

Crime stats indicate broad, steady progress

3rd November 2006 Discussing the recently-released crime statistics, made public as part of the South African Police Service (SAPS) annual report, Business Against Crime CEO Siphiwe Nzimande says that the publication of the statistics is crucial to inform the understanding of reported crime in the country, the... 

Judges panel boasts high-profile names

27th October 2006 The 2006 Stainless Steel Awards hosted by the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (Sassda) will be adjudicated by a distinguished panel of judges representing the full spectrum of stainless steel application from products to projects and services. 

Investment made in new processing equipment

27th October 2006 One of the continent’s largest stainless steel merchants, Macsteel VRN Stainless – a division of Macsteel Service Centre South Africa – is continually investing in equipment to process stainless steel. 

Packaging firm unveils BEE deal

13th October 2006 A recent announcement stating that a black economic-empowerment (BEE) consortium has secured a 60% shareholding in Wadeville-based packaging company C & E Packaging, has resulted in beneficial growth for both parties. 

'Africa's workshop' - still open for business

13th October 2006 The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality economy is largerand more diverse than that ofcertain smaller countries in Africa. Accounting for nearly a quarter of the Gauteng economy, which, in turn, contributes to a third of the nationalgross domestic profit, Ekurhuleni contributes about 7% to the... 

Expansive growth

13th October 2006 Jet Park-based gear company Gem Switchgear has, since its inception in 1997, become a leading designer and manufacturer of its range, not only in the Ekurhuleni metropolitan, but throughout South Africa. 

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