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Solar Project Brings Relief to Malawi Health Facilities

15th November 2017 As part of its ongoing commitment to developing the healthcare infrastructure in Malawi, the country’s Ministry of Health, through the Global Fund Project Implementation Unit (PIU), has embarked on a $3,7-million project to install solar energy at 85 health facilities nationwide. In an interview... 

Data visualisation being used to optimise supply chains

22nd September 2017 Supply chain solutions specialist Resolve Solution Partners leverages its technology platforms and systems to simulate various permutations and changes to clients’ logistics processes to develop solutions to problems and improve on current business models. Data visualisation is a powerful tool... 

Food, beverage supply chain under focus at SAPICS 2017 conference

24th April 2017 Food production is the world’s largest manufacturing sector, and in Africa it is second only to the oil and gas industry – based on the combined revenue of the 111 largest African agro-food companies. Potential for further growth is substantial, but it relies on efficient and innovative supply... 

Resolve Immix

27th January 2017 Logistics and supply chain services provider Imperial Logistics’s subsidiary, Resolve Immix, a sister company of Resolve Solution Partners, is a local Microsoft enterprise resource planning (ERP) Gold partner, with a focus on the mining industry and industrial manufacturing and services. Having... 
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High-flying Barrick Gold opens up exploration front in Japan

High-flying Barrick Gold has established a gold exploration joint-venture front in Japan. “Japan has opened up its mining and exploration legislation for the first time since the war,” Barrick Gold CEO Dr Mark Bristow told Mining Weekly on Tuesday. 

Study finds remote working does not decrease output

Being allowed to spend time with children during the work day is a major success factor for remote working, a study conducted by World Wide Worx, on behalf of Cisco, has found. The 'Remote Working in South Africa 2020' study was compiled using insights from information technology decision-makers... 
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