Manufacturing

Twitter

Subscribe to industry newsletters

Press offices

Enquire about a press office

Share us

Advertise with us
Advertise & RatesMy Account
Company press officeList company
Recruitment packagesSubmit job ad
Download ratecard
New 'generation star' Matona to keeps lights on
New 'generation star' Matona to keeps lights on

The Director General of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) Tshediso Matona is Eskom's new Chief Executive Officer and his appointment has been confirmed by Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown.

21 Aug 2014 06:48

Measures implemented to reduce child labour and exploitation
Measures implemented to reduce child labour and exploitation

The Department of Labour says interventions to improve the social security and welfare of children have resulted in government being able to reduce the widespread use of child labour.

21 Aug 2014 07:38

Transpaco continues to feel strike effects
Transpaco continues to feel strike effects

Packaging group Transpaco said it expects the tough trading environment in the plastics and metal sector to continue "for a while" following a recent national strike.

21 Aug 2014 10:52

A tax of 20% mooted for sugary drinks
A tax of 20% mooted for sugary drinks

A 20% tax on sugar-sweetened drinks could cut the number of obese South Africans by almost a quarter of a million, saving lives and money, local research has found.

20 Aug 2014 11:21

Redisa recycling plants operating in Eastern Cape
Redisa recycling plants operating in Eastern Cape

Two of the four tyre recycling depots planned for the Eastern Cape this year are already operating under the Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of SA (Redisa).

20 Aug 2014 10:27

Government needs innovation for service delivery
Government needs innovation for service delivery

Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane says the public sector must challenge itself to be creative and embrace innovation as a new way of doing government business more smartly and delivering its services.

20 Aug 2014 07:22

Metair's results bolstered by Mutlu Akü deal
Metair's results bolstered by Mutlu Akü deal

Metair‚ a manufacturer and distributor of mainly automotive products‚ saw its Mutlu Akü vehicle and industrial battery company in Turkey significantly bolster group revenue for the six months to June.

By Mark Allix 20 Aug 2014 10:48

Neil Cameron
Facing HVAC challenges? Smart equipment for building efficiency is here

With greater energy efficiency topping the wish list of facility and energy management executives globally, four cross-industry tech trends are having a transformative impact on building systems: visualisation, Machine2Machine (M2M) communication, mobility tools, and analytics.

By Neil Cameron 20 Aug 2014 10:40

Could Africa become like China?
Could Africa become like China?

Africa's changing demographic over the next three-and-a-half decades could transform the continent into the next China, but only if its youthful population is educated and entrepreneurial.

By Jana Marais 19 Aug 2014 11:50

Drinkers cannot discern between major beer brands
Drinkers cannot discern between major beer brands

Beer drinkers cannot tell the difference between the major brands of lager, blind tasting carried out by academics has shown...

18 Aug 2014 11:01

Tyre-recycling businesses protect environment
Tyre-recycling businesses protect environment

A five-year initiative to create a sustainable industry to recycle millions of scrapped tyres every year, is making progress and attracting international interest.

By David Furlonger 18 Aug 2014 11:22

SADC wants economic integration and infrastructure development
SADC wants economic integration and infrastructure development

Southern African leaders have made renewed calls for regional economic integration and cross-border infrastructure development as the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Summit got underway.

By Chris Bathembu 18 Aug 2014 07:34

Rural cooperative wins NW entrepreneur award
Rural cooperative wins NW entrepreneur award

A rural agricultural cooperative, which uses animal fat to make bars of soap won the 2014 North West Female Entrepreneur Award.

18 Aug 2014 08:17

Denel making sustainable profits again
Denel making sustainable profits again

The annual financial results released by state-owned arms manufacturer Denel show that the company has returned to profitability on a sustainable basis‚ group Chief Executive Riaz Saloojee says.

By Linda Ensor 18 Aug 2014 10:23

SA needs its Integrated Energy Planning
SA needs its Integrated Energy Planning

The imminent revival of the Integrated Energy Planning (IEP) process, which allows the public to give its views on what SA's future energy mix should be, provides an opportunity to move well beyond conservative and fatalistic thinking.

By Charlotte Mathews 18 Aug 2014 12:22

Reflection and recommitment from Marikana anniversary
Reflection and recommitment from Marikana anniversary

The deaths of 34 people in Marikana was a tragedy and should be marked as a day of reflection and recommitment to peace and tolerance in the country, says President Jacob Zuma.

18 Aug 2014 07:55

Informal sector stagnates amid employment woes
Informal sector stagnates amid employment woes

The latest survey of employers and self-employed South Africans by Statistics SA shows the informal sector's contribution to gross domestic product has remained at about 5% from 2001 to 2013.

By Amanda Visser 18 Aug 2014 11:47

IWC becomes official southern Africa distributor for SATI Filters
IWC becomes official southern Africa distributor for SATI Filters

An effective water-filtration system is crucial to the smooth running of industrial cooling tower operations and ensures optimum efficiency. Filtration systems prevent corrosion and reduce the risk of growth of the deadly Legionella bacteria and other microbes. An effective filtration system minimises downtime due to scheduled or unscheduled maintenance and reduces unnecessary loss of water.

18 Aug 2014 12:27

Government to 'create' 100 black industrialists
Government to 'create' 100 black industrialists

Government has set itself the goal of 'creating' 100 black industrialists in the next three years to contribute to the economy and create jobs, Deputy Trade and Industry Minister Mzwandile Masina said.

By Nosihle Shelembe 15 Aug 2014 08:23

Illegal power connections under spotlight
Illegal power connections under spotlight

PRETORIA: Illegal power connections have come under the spotlight as Eskom's National Electricity Safety Week continues.

14 Aug 2014 11:58

Show more
Search tips
Brand and Marketing Manager
Johannesburg
Mechanical Design Technician
Cape TownDrake International
Senior Payroll Administrator
Cape TownDrake International
Inventory and Costing Accountant
JohannesburgDAV Professional Placement Group
Senior Manager - Maintenance
JohannesburgDAV Professional Placement Group
Warehouse Manager
JohannesburgDot Safety Footwear
Talent Acquisition Specialist - Technical
JohannesburgDAV Professional Placement Group
Talent Acquisition Specialist
JohannesburgDAV Professional Placement Group
Service Administrator
WitbankMPCT Recruitment
Sales Representative
Cape TownTime Personnel
Stores Administrator
Piet RetiefMPCT Recruitment
Electrical Foreman
LimpopoMPCT Recruitment
Graphic Designer/Pattern Designer
JohannesburgSilhouette Sportswear
Internal Auditor
MalelaneMPCT Recruitment
Stand Designer/Interior Designer
JohannesburgShocraft Exhibitions and Shopfitting
Graphic Designer or DTP Operator
Cape TownBlue Flag Manufacturing
Quality Assurance
LephalaleMPCT Recruitment
Cosmetic Product Compounder
Cape TownDrake International
Debtors Administrator
Cape TownTime Personnel
Creditors Clerk
Cape TownTime Personnel

More jobs >