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Queen Bee syndrome and toxic masculinity under spotlight at top women conference

TWO academics from MANCOSA will join more than 60 women leaders from South Africa and other African countries in discussions to shape the conversation...

Why plastic is fantastic for modern sewer systems

THE Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (SAPPMA) hosted the fourth instalment of its popular Quality Workshops recently, focusing on various aspects related to...

R147m boost for agri skills development

THE Agricultural Sector Education Training Authority (AgriSETA) has announced its partnerships with industry partners worth R147 million. CEO Zenzele Myeza said the development was in...

Petrochem giant helps build new bathrooms for KZN school

ENGEN is collaborating with Sanitation Appropriate for Education (SAFE) to ensure that more schools have access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation. As part of...

Web to the rescue for top career expo

WHILE large events and gatherings remain prohibited, South Africa’s Working World Expo will go ahead next week, albeit virtually, thanks to an innovative, locally...

Don’t let conflicted employees and dishonest suppliers destroy your business

TWO things that could destroy your organisation’s reputation and credibility are conflict of interest and supplier misinformation. These have always been threats to business...

Jobs Fund partnership delivers sweet benefits to rural communities

A partnership between Tongaat Hulett and The Jobs Fund to accelerate socio-economic transformation in rural communities, which began in 2014, has proven its worth...

Online training for food and beverage applications

THE NSK academy, an online training portal, has added a new module to its portfolio of courses aimed at increasing the knowledge of those...

Skills key in construction sector ‘survival of the fittest’

THE construction industry, fighting for survival after pandemic lockdown losses, now cannot afford any costly site mishap caused by untrained staff. That’s the warning from...

KZN firms join forces to tackle COVID-19 and hunger

WITH the coronavirus stretching hygiene and nutrition resources to breaking point, several KwaZulu-Natal businesses have banded together to fund and distribute thousands of hand...

App aims to make back to work process safer

BUSINESS leaders should be using real-time, self-monitoring medical technologies to assist with employee health as people start returning to work and the fight against...

Beyond lockdown: adapting to be relevant in an economy with remote workplaces

COVID-19 lockdowns across the globe have brought about a confluence of forces around the business environment, forcing companies to restructure and redefine the way...

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Durban refinery could be closed for months after fire

IT is likely to be several months before the Engen refinery in Durban, shut down after a fire on 4 December 2020, is operating...

Bounce back for truck builder

BUSINESS at leading South African truck and trailer building company, Serco, has recovered strongly in the last quarter of 2020 with prospects for 2021...

Harnessing water from the sea

With the global demand for clean, safe and reliable water, coupled with rising populations and urbanization, the water industry in South Africa faces unprecedented...

Economic uptick good news for M&E sector

THE Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) has welcomed the uptick in economic activity, as reflected in the positive GDP growth...