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DUT solar boat ready to take on Monaco challenge

THE Durban University of Technology (DUT) in collaboration with the Energy and Water Sector Education Training Authority (Ewseta) officially launched one of its greatest...

Young graduates invited to enter brewer’s recruitment drive

THE South African Breweries (SAB) is excited to announce the first edition of the SAB Talent Challenge. The program seeks to turn traditional talent...

Tapping into young STEM potential in eThekwini

THE Water and Sanitation Unit of eThekwini Municipality hosts a biennial student conference to raise awareness in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and...

Sweet success for STEM learners

EARLY support in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) studies is proving to assist learners in achieving top marks, and for KZN-based sugar manufacturer,...

Budget 2024 has high expectations for SETAs meeting the country’s skills needs – CHIETA CEO

CHIETA, the Chemical Industries Training and Education Authority, welcomes the skills development challenge the Minister of Finance Enoch Godongwana handed down in his 2024...

BUDGET 2024: Inclusive growth needed

In the face of a daunting combination of economic and fiscal imperatives Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana in his Budget Speech gave a realistic assessment...

UK Academy backs electric drivetrain engineering curriculum as NEVs breach 1% share in SA

IN a significant leap towards advancing electric vehicle (EV) technology and engineering education in South Africa, naamsa working in collaboration with three prominent academic...

DCT teams pilot 100-day capacity-building programme

TRANSNET Port Terminals (TPT), in partnership with the University of Pretoria (UP), has launched an outcomes-based initiative that upskills employees across all levels in...

Hydraulics and pneumatics training offered in Durban

BOSCH Rexroth Africa, a leader in fluid power, pneumatics and automation solutions, will be holding focused training courses on hydraulic and pneumatic systems in...

South Africa’s economic future depends on these five uncomfortable truths

OPINION | WHEN it comes to youth capital, South Africa is rich with opportunity. We have a young population who are hungry for knowledge...

Up-skilled tyre-builders leading the charge at Ladysmith plant

EIGHT operators together with their foreman from Sumitomo Rubber South Africa's (SRSA) Dunlop Ladysmith plant have wasted no time in applying their new expertise...

Robotics labs bring the future to local schools

AS NASA retires Ingenuity, the little robot helicopter that completed 72 flights on Mars, the next generation of Grade 8 and 9 South African...

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Disruptions drive changes in global container port performance ranking

THE World Bank published the newest global Container Port Performance Index (CPPI) last week, noting that it reveals that east and southeast Asian ports...

SPONSORED NEWS: WEG Africa pioneers local manufacture of MV softstarters

WEG Africa has become the first OEM to produce medium voltage (MV) softstarters in South Africa, reducing lead times for customers and supporting the...

Workshop assists local clothing and textile SMEs

MORE than 40 small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the clothing, textile, footwear, and leather (CTFL) sector gathered for the KwaZulu-Natal Clothing & Textile...