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Italian Agricultural Equipment Showing Strength

28th October 2020 Despite the unprecedented difficulties posed by the Covid-19 pandemic which have curtailed global markets signicantly, 2020 has seen a very positive annual turnover for Italian-American agriculture equipment maker New Holland Agriculture, a brand of CNH Industrial group, selling close to one... 

4IR to Spark Major Change in South Africa

28th October 2020 As the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) begins to mature globally, opportunities in the fields of industrial robotics, digital sales and cybersecurity are likely to open-up in South Africa. This is according to South African information and communications technology (ICT) giant Vodacom’s... 

Italy-South Africa trade overview

28th October 2020 During 2019, Italy-South Africa trade retained a healthy level despite South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) only growing by 0,8% during 2019. Italian imports into South Africa reached a total of more than $2.2 billion and goods flowing from South Africa to Italy were valued at $1.6... 

The best coffee money can buy - Super Veloce

23rd July 2020 Being of Italian lineage comes with its perks, particularly when residing in a country that tends to show an appreciation towards the luxuries and lifestyle synonymous with Italy. There are of course the stereotypical connotations regarding any Italian’s expected conduct and preferences. These... 
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ARM board approves R5.7-billion Merensky project at Two Rivers mine

The board of diversified mining company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) has approved the Merensky reef project at the Two Rivers platinum group metals (PGMs) mine in Mpumalanga, ARM CEO Mike Schmidt said on Wednesday after the company reported record financial results. The Two Rivers Merensky... 

South African scientists find antibodies from variant may offer cross-protection

Research by South African scientists suggests that antibodies triggered by exposure to the country's dominant coronavirus variant can prevent infection by other variants, the scientists said on Wednesday. The findings in laboratory studies offer hope that COVID-19 vaccines based on the 501Y.V2... 
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