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Metric Automotive Engineering supporting essential service providers during COVID-19 imposed lockdown

17th April 2020 Metric Automotive Engineering is committed to supporting customers who are providing essential services during the current lockdown restrictions imposed as a result of COVID-19, while still meeting the required safety regulations. The company, a leading large diesel engine component... 

Empowering Women In Engineering Through B-BBEE

13th January 2020 Working to embrace the spirit of transformation and development, Metric Automotive Engineering has affirmed its Level 4 status in terms of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) requirements. In an exciting recent deal, the Intombazane Development Trust has invested in the... 

Reef Fuel Injection Services

19th November 2019 Leading diesel service centre Reef Fuel Injection Services (RFI) is one of only a handful of South African companies that is able to repair cutting-edge diesel fuel-injection systems.  The company has an established reputation for its high-quality workmanship and is an authorised service agent... 

Engine Imports Threaten Sa’s Economic Sustainability

26th September 2019 South Africa needs to wake up quickly to the dire socio-economic impacts of simply importing new engines rather than remanufacturing existing components locally.   South Africa needs to wake up quickly to the dire socio-economic impacts of simply importing new engines rather than remanufacturing... 
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Investors in mining exploration should be incentivised – ANC’s ETC

South African retail investors willing to invest in mining exploration should be incentivised as is the case in other mining jurisdictions, the economic transformation committee (ETC) of the African National Congress (ANC) states in a 30-page discussion document just released. At a time when the... 

Return of foreign mineworkers taking double planned time

The return of the 12 500 foreign mineworkers to South Africa’s mines is taking double the time planned. The initial ten-day plan of Minerals Council South Africa has become a 20-day plan because of the need to overcome bottlenecks. 
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