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Disruption and resiliency the new norm for supply chains

18th June 2020 Humanitarian crises will always have significant implications for businesses. Covid-19 has put pressure on economic growth, causing a massive slowdown in world trade and disruptions across global supply chains. What is more, companies that built markets on the back of an integrated global trade... 

MiX Telematics applaud the efforts of the supply chain and trucking industry during the lockdown

25th May 2020 - MiX Telematics (JSE: MIX, NYSE: MIXT) a leading global provider of fleet and mobile asset management solutions delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), released statistics that indicate that the lockdown has had a positive effect on vehicle crime and road-related incidents mainly due to the... 

Continuation of MiX Services during the lock down period

2nd April 2020 MiX Telematics has a detailed business continuity plan in place to mitigate business disruption. We are committed to minimise the impact of this pandemic and the nation-wide lock down period on our business operations and to continue delivering the highest quality service to our clients without... 

MiX Telematics introduces latest upgrade to its in-cab solution

31st October 2019 Innovative upgrades to MiX Vision provide an even better bird’s-eye view for fleet managers MiX Telematics, a leading global provider of fleet and asset management solutions, has announced an upgrade to its MiX Vision solution. 
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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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