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BI to showcase its leading brands and agri expertise at NAMPO 2022

13th April 2022 Leading supplier Bearings International (BI) sees Grain SA’s NAMPO Harvest Day from 16 to 20 May as an important platform to interact with customers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and end users from all over South Africa and showcase its comprehensive product range for the farming... 

BI says port, rail upgrades essential for SA to remain the import and export hub for Africa

25th March 2022 Leading supplier Bearings International (BI) has welcomed the assertion by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his State of the Nation address on 10 February that the economy cannot grow without efficient ports and railways. “The functioning of our ports has declined relative to ports in other parts of... 

BI drives its adversity agenda as female talent grows

3rd March 2022 Of the unemployed and disabled learners working at leading supplier Bearings International (BI), 70% are African female. “This is indicative of the efforts we make at BI to drive the diversity agenda. We are proud to see our female talent grow and take charge. You should see the ladies in... 

Rising electricity price drives demand for higher-efficiency motors

22nd February 2022 With electricity prices increasing rapidly, the justification for adopting more efficient motors is that much greater. To achieve this improved efficiency, such motors are designed to run cooler, which prolongs the insulation lifespan for added reliability. Although most First World and many... 
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AfDB starts fund to wean continent off Russian wheat

Africa’s biggest multilateral lender announced a $1.5-billion fund to boost grain production to help avert potential food shortages stemming from Russia’s war with Ukraine. The African Development Bank will use the facility to supply about 20-million farmers with climate-smart certified seeds and... 

 AfCFTA holds opportunities for South African industry

With progress being made on negotiations for the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), South Africa’s steel industry could capitalise on opportunities emanating from AfCFTA agreement, once it is implemented. Tralac Trade Law Centre executive director Trudi... 
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