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Innovation has never felt so right

6th March 2019 Martec (Machine Assessment and Reliability Technology), formally ushered in a new era with a holistic suite of intelligent condition monitoring products and engineered solutions. Heralding the companies’ new strategic direction and innovative approach to condition monitoring, Martec's brand now... 

Reatile acquires 37.54% stake in Pragma Holdings

15th February 2019 The Reatile Group, an investment holding company, has acquired a 37.54% stake in Pragma, one of SA’s leading enterprise asset and facilities management companies. This move enhances Pragma’s potential international growth, while accelerating the organisation’s transformation agenda. “I’ve been... 

Reatile acquires 37.54% stake in Pragma Holdings

8th February 2019 Investment holding company Reatile Group has acquired a 37.54% stake in enterprise asset and facilities management company Pragma; thereby enhancing Pragma’s potential international growth, while accelerating the organisation’s transformation agenda. Pragma CEO and founder Adriaan Scheeres... 

Pragma’s student training programme offers professional, personal development

11th January 2019 Our Chief People Officer, Stéphan Pieterse, and the top three students from the 2018 Student Training Programme talk about the highlights of the programme. More about the STP: 

Tailoring learning to the individual – Part two

14th December 2018 In an attempt to better understand the blended learning approach, we met with the Pragma Academy Learning and Development team to provide answers to some frequently asked questions. Is there still a benefit to keeping classroom courses? 

Tailoring learning to the individual – Part One

14th December 2018 “Increasingly, organisations are recognising the importance of tailoring learning to the individual rather than applying a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.” (Thorne, 2003) This is a comment we have all read or heard in some format and, appreciative of our individuality, it makes perfect sense!... 
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