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Medupi Power Station
Possibility of load shedding increasesArticle

Eskom says the possibility of load shedding has increased, as a belt that feeds the Medupi units snapped on Wednesday...

10 Sep 2020

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Emirates SkyCargo gets ready to grow global trade in 2020Article

"The global air cargo industry witnessed what was a very challenging year in 2019. Economic uncertainty, tensions in global trade and unrest in key markets negatively impacted cargo volumes. However, the tough market conditions were an opportunity for us to review our core offering to our customers."

16 Jan 2020

#SACSCCongress: How physical retail is reinventing itself
#SACSCCongress: How physical retail is reinventing itselfArticle

John Ryan, a London-based journalist and analyst focused on retail design and strategy, shares a glimpse into what's new and what matters in the global retail environment...

Lauren Hartzenberg 22 Oct 2019

Martin van Staden
Change the law, implement vouchers, to end Eskom's disastrous monopolyArticle

For the first time in seven months, Eskom has announced the return of stage-2 load shedding across South Africa. Officially blame is being placed on broken conveyor belts and limited capacity, but anyone who has been paying attention knows the real problem lies in legislation...

Martin van Staden 17 Oct 2019

Business survival guide during load shedding
Business survival guide during load sheddingArticle

The recent return of load shedding serves as a reminder that every business owner and manager need to factor an unreliable power supply into its business plan...

17 Oct 2019

From bottle to bag: Nationwide roll-out of PnP bags made from recycled plastic
From bottle to bag: Nationwide roll-out of PnP bags made from recycled plasticArticle

In line with Pick n Pay's plastic waste reduction initiatives, the retailer is rolling out a new, affordable reusable bag made from recycled plastic waste, which will be replaced by Pick n Pay for free...

20 Sep 2019

From cradle to grave: How Levi's is tackling water sustainability
From cradle to grave: How Levi's is tackling water sustainabilityArticle

Having never been inside an actual factory before, never mind a clothing factory, I had imagined mega-machines and giant conveyor belts - nothing but cold hard steel moving fabric about...

Sindy Peters 19 Aug 2019

Takealot revamps flagship pickup point in Gauteng
Takealot revamps flagship pickup point in GautengArticle

Takealot.com's flagship Pickup Point at the New Road off-ramp in Midrand spans the N1 highway, allowing motorists to easily collect their online orders...

9 May 2019

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How much does Eskom need to fail before mines are forced to close?Article

If the Eskom crisis isn't resolved soon, the national unemployment crisis will become even more dire because of impending mass retrenchment in the mining industry...

Katherine Brown 24 Apr 2019

Mxolisi Mgojo, CEO: Exxaro Resources. Photo: Mining Indaba
Brown helped push Exxaro out of Eskom supply contract, CEO tells MPsArticle

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown last year refused a request by Exxaro for a R1.8bn capital investment...

Linda Ensor 15 Feb 2018

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Black winemaker shakes up industryArticle

Ntsiki Biyela shot to fame in 2004 as South Africa's first black female winemaker, shattering stereotypes about black people's affinity for wine, and she now exports around the world...

2 Feb 2018

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One person shot dead in protest at RBPlat mine on Wednesday nightArticle

A person was shot dead near Royal Bafokeng Platinum's (RBPlat's) North Shaft on Wednesday evening, during a protest by about 100 people including former employees of the company...

Allan Seccombe 12 Jan 2018

Ore dump pollution whips up new storm
Ore dump pollution whips up new stormArticle

Port Elizabeth Harbour tenants are fighting mad about a new wave of air pollution from Transnet's two manganese ore facilities which is damaging property and business opportunities. It is also a health threat...

Guy Rogers 11 Jan 2018

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Face scans, robot baggage handlers - airports of the futureArticle

Passengers' baggage is collected by robots, they relax in a luxurious waiting area complete with an indoor garden before getting a face scan and swiftly passing through security and immigration...

29 Aug 2017

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What if the right answer is wrong?Article

The thing about process is that it leaves very little room for madness, obsession and mistakes. To be human...

Damon Stapleton 24 Jul 2017

One of MSC SINFONIA’s calls to the Port of Durban during the 2016/16 cruise season.
Port of Durban open to public for arrival of MSC SinfoniaArticle

Ushering in the start of the 2016/17 cruise season, MSC SINFONIA will be the first arrival at the Port of Durban in the early hours of 1 November. To ensure that the public is able to share in the moment, TNPA has arranged...

31 Oct 2016

Peace Boat in Cape Town 2015-16
SA ports getting ready for a busy 2016/17 cruise seasonArticle

With at least 14 luxury cruise lines and 20 vessels of all sizes set to ferry domestic and international tourists across the country's port cities, SA's ports are getting ready for another busy cruise season...

27 Oct 2016

Gold recovery and fixing the environment
Gold recovery and fixing the environmentArticle

Gold from recovered materials and a cleaner environment have enhanced a miner's bottomline...

6 Sep 2016

Staying on top of trends in the security industry in 2016
Staying on top of trends in the security industry in 2016Article

As 2016 rolls on, a number of factors and trends will gain traction in the security sector, shaping the progression of the security sector. These include increased demand...

Neil Cameron 22 Apr 2016

Can you achieve if you don't believe?
Can you achieve if you don't believe?Article

I have had an interesting two weeks. I have judged two advertising award shows, one in New Zealand and the other in Australia. Some of the work wasn't very good but some of it was truly amazing...

Damon Stapleton 23 Feb 2016

RMS St Helena was the first passenger vessel to call at South African ports this season with her arrival in Cape Town in October. The RMS St Helena is a unique cargo-passenger ship that sails to the stunning island of St Helena. She is one of the last working Royal Mail ships in the world. Her final voyages are in 2016.
SA's ports are gearing up for the 2015/16 cruise seasonArticle

With at least eight luxury cruise lines and over ten passenger vessels set to ferry both domestic and international tourists across the country's port cities...

23 Nov 2015

In an economic crunch, the client is king
In an economic crunch, the client is kingArticle

I remember a time when agency was king. We had the prerogative to determine our fees and to dictate our work to the consumer. In these times, the most adventurous and daring work came to light...

Takudzwa Madzikanda 7 Sep 2015

Labour law doesn't make you a corporate star - you do!
Labour law doesn't make you a corporate star - you do!Article

Are you part of the delusional 50% that often seems to make up the ranks of junior management?

Mosima Selekisho 12 Feb 2015

New image-processing methods from Omron
New image-processing methods from OmronArticle

High consumer expectations regarding information on food products, pharmaceuticals and non-food products, as well as new legal requirements, mean that producers have a growing need for inspection solutions that check whether the information has been applied correctly.

16 Oct 2014

McDonald's opens 200th restaurant in SA
McDonald's opens 200th restaurant in SAArticle

McDonald's South Africa is celebrating 200 stores with a grand opening of its newest arrival, McDonald's Oxford in East London. Around 52 local jobs have been created as a result of the new restaurant.

2 Apr 2014

Prime mining assets go on auction
Prime mining assets go on auctionArticle

A selection of prime assets from major mining company African Barrick Gold will be taken to auction on 27 March by online mining auctioneering company, Clear Asset.

25 Mar 2014

Eskom in better position to manage load shedding
Eskom in better position to manage load sheddingArticle

Eskom is in a much better position to manage load shedding than in the last episode in 2008, Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Thursday, 5 March.

7 Mar 2014

X-ray transmission enhances density distributionArticle

Certain bulk commodities, such as iron ore and coal, utilise the difference in density between the value and the waste material as part of a value-adding process before being sent to market. Understanding the density distribution in these materials is, therefore, critical to both process design for new projects and process control in optimising existing operations.

18 Sep 2013

Cole Rautenbach
Would you hire an entreployee?Article

In an employment landscape where the talent you need may be scarce, expensive, or otherwise occupied, how far will you go to find the right people to meet your organisational needs and objectives? How innovative are you?

Cole Rautenbach 17 Sep 2013

Engen invests in Wildland Green-preneurs
Engen invests in Wildland Green-preneursArticle

South African petroleum company Engen has invested R4.5m in an enterprise development partnership with Wildland Green-preneurs, with numerous spin-offs for the environmental and recycling focused organisation and local entrepreneurs.

11 Sep 2013

SARU applauds Tsogo Sun's community initiative
SARU applauds Tsogo Sun's community initiativeArticle

"Rugby development needs to be a smooth running conveyor belt from school level right through to national team level, where coaching, training, encouraging and advancing of talented players must be consistent throughout the process," says SARU deputy president Mark Alexander.

12 Aug 2013

Zimele supports SME development
Zimele supports SME developmentArticle

Zimele, Anglo American's enterprise development fund, has provided assistance to a small company based in Limpopo, thereby continuing its contribution to small and medium enterprise (SME) development in South Africa.

25 Jul 2013

Nkomati Mine pledges commitment to 49M initiative
Nkomati Mine pledges commitment to 49M initiativeArticle

Efficient energy use is critical in South Africa, with the country needing to reduce its energy consumption by at least 10% in the next five years. 2011 saw the launch of the 49M initiative, which has led to large corporations pledging to use energy efficiently and to educate employees on the subject.

28 Jun 2013

Hidden Valley is a problem for Newcrest
Hidden Valley is a problem for NewcrestArticle

The Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea is a "problem child" and three key areas have come under focus to bring costs down‚ said Greg Robinson‚ chief executive of Australia's Newcrest Mining‚ which shares the project with Harmony Gold.

Allan Seccombe 24 Apr 2013

Transnet plans to speed up freight
Transnet plans to speed up freightArticle

State-owned freight and logistics group Transnet is one year into a R300bn, seven-year spending plan. Early indications are that it is making progress.

25 Mar 2013

Oduah named Champion Newspapers Man of 2012Article

Nigerian Minister of Aviation, Stella Oduah has been named Champion Newspapers Man of 2012. According to a statement by the group managing director and editor-in-chief of Champion Newspapers Limited, Nwadiuto Iheakanwa, Oduah was picked by the top echelon of the media organisation after careful consideration of all the feats she has been able to achieve in the 18 months while steering the aviation industry.

5 Feb 2013

3D manufacturing ray of light: SanlamArticle

The Aerosud/CSIR 3D manufacturing project demonstrates SA's ability to be at the forefront of technological development and offers a ray of light among all the media gloom after the events at Marikana‚ Sanlam group economist Jac Laubscher said on Tuesday.

Helmo Preuss 3 Oct 2012

Thabani Khumalo
Brand Africa - flexing its muscles in the 21st centuryArticle

In the year 2000, marking the close of the 20th century, the World Bank published a report provocatively entitled, Can Africa Claim the 21st Century? Seeking to answer this question, the report said: "The question of whether Sub-Saharan Africa can claim the 21st century is complex and provocative...Our central message is: Yes, Africa can claim the new century."

Thabani Khumalo 25 May 2012

[Biz Takeouts Lineup] 21: Back and better than ever before!
[Biz Takeouts Lineup] 21: Back and better than ever before!Article

Bizcommunity.com's Biz Takeouts Marketing & Media radio show is back and bigger than ever before! This time around we've teamed up with the highly successful and energetic internet radio station 2OceansVibe Radio and the multi-talented Brendan Jack to host the show every Wednesday 5pm-6pm via audio-streaming. The lineup on 16 May 2012, featured entrepreneur Rich Mulholland.

16 May 2012

The holiday's over
The holiday's overArticle

ANKARA, TURKEY: Nothing says, 'Holiday's over, hello real world' more than dirty laundry. Post vacation blues hit the best of us and a bag of dirty laundry is last thing a person wants to imagine after a luxury holiday. Ariel sought to target its product with this audience in mind.

23 Apr 2012

A bunch of thieves!
A bunch of thieves!Article

You can't trust any airline or airport staff with your precious bags. Guaranteed, some sneaky handler will get into your luggage on at least one trip.

Somaya Stockenstroom 4 Jan 2012

Pharmacists - more than people in white coats
Pharmacists - more than people in white coatsArticle

Before I began to be involved in the healthcare industry, I believed that a pharmacy was just a place to pick up my medication. I also saw the pharmacist as a person who just asked me a whole bunch of questions, walked to the shelf, and gave my medicine. Well having been in the industry now for six months, that opinion changed very quickly.

Jared Paiva 21 Nov 2011

Light waves deliver cost, hygiene benefitsArticle

Using infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) systems offer invaluable cost-control optimisation, essential hygiene controls and a major point of distinction in the heavily traded marketplace of the food and hospitality industries. These could revolutionise traditional approaches to food preparation, flavour, handling and hygiene control.

Hylton Cowie 14 Mar 2011

Novel idea helps your advertising cash in at the cashier
Novel idea helps your advertising cash in at the cashierArticle

A new advertising concept puts cashiers' conveyor belts to work as an advertising medium – and your target customer is right there… watching your advertisements.

17 Jan 2008

Novel idea helps your advertising cash in at the cashier
Novel idea helps your advertising cash in at the cashierArticle

A new advertising concept puts cashiers' conveyor belts to work as an advertising medium – and your target customer is right there… watching your advertisements.

17 Jan 2008

Welcome to the Click Society: 2008 mega trendsArticle

We are simply not alone any longer, anywhere or anytime... not even in the most private rooms and quiet spaces that we so dearly cherish. All that beautiful décor and openness that we think is filled with fresh air is actually jam packed with zillions of invisible wireless messages, electronic signals, streaming videos and all kinds of pulses that are fast forwarding our cyber-society of today.

Naseem Javed 9 Jan 2008

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