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Local Kwagga small plant from Hire It a big hit in construction industry

9th January 2019 The increasing demand for fibreoptic cable infrastructure has seen a Durban installer acquire eight Kwagga rammers from Hire It (Natal) (Pty) Ltd. This is testament to the success of the rugged and cost-effective range of small plant for the construction industry. The customer is very happy with... 

Steven Nathan

7th December 2018 This week Engineering News profiles Steven Nathan Nathan, CEO of 10X Investments, a provider of low-cost and transparent investment solutions for company retirement funds and individual investments   

Hire It launches locally-assembled and supported Kwagga range

30th August 2018 Leading tool hire and sales company Hire It (Natal) (Pty) Ltd. has officially launched the tough, cost-effective Kwagga range of locally-assembled equipment for the building and construction industry. Hire It has over 37 years’ experience in the hire and sales industry, gaining an excellent... 

Thingstream Names Philipp Bolliger As New CEO

13th August 2018 Thingstream today announced the appointment of Philipp Bolliger as chief executive officer. Building on the impressive growth the company has generated since its inception last year, Bolliger is tasked with growing the business internationally and extending applications of the platform to even... 
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Sasol appoints Mabelane to lead energy business as Radebe retires

Chemicals and energy group Sasol has appointed Priscillah Mabelane as the new executive vice president of its energy business, replacing Maurice Radebe, who will retire from Sasol on September 30 after 16 years with the group. Mabelane’s appointment is effective from September 1 and she will also... 

South African rand falls as risk appetite wanes on US protests, Sino-US tensions

The South African rand fell against the dollar in early trade on Tuesday, amid growing concerns over US-China tensions and rising violent protests across the United States. At 0645 GMT, the rand traded at 17.4130 per dollar, 0.22% lower than its previous close. 
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