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SA’s top tech talent invited to enter BRICS Skills Challenge

The SA BRICS Business Council is looking for South Africa’s best up-and-coming tech talent to represent the country in the BRICS Future Skills Challenge. ...

New EE regulations should not be confused with BEE

SINCE President Ramaphosa signed the Employment Equity Amendment Bill into law on April 12, 2023, there has been significant commentary - from positive to...

Millwright’s appointment marks a first

TECTRA Automation is proud to announce the appointment of the company’s first female millwright, Patience Ngomane. This is a significant milestone for Tectra Automation...

SETA benefits from migration to a cloud-based platform

A LEADING South African business process solutions company, SoluGrowth, with DAC Systems as specialist ERP implementation partner, implemented the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central...

Applications open for paper and pulp engineering bursary and research programme

THE PAMSA is offering BEng or BSc in Chemical Engineering students the opportunity to pursue a master’s degree with the help of a two-year...

Students’ assistive technologies given a boost

RS SOUTH Africa, a leading supplier of engineering products and solutions, has announced its support for the Touch Hand project team, a collaboration between...

New training centre at Westown in Durban’s Outer West opens to upskill contractors

THE Westown Foundation, in collaboration with Stefanutti Stocks Academy, launched the 2 700 sqm Westown Training Centre on the site of the new city of...

Quantify the effectiveness of investing in learning and development

OPINION | BUSINESSES want to see the results of training programmes reflected in day-to-day operations. That’s where data comes in, says Michael Hanly, MD...

UKZN lab provides real-time status of Durban’s beaches

DURBAN beachgoers can now access a website to check the safety of water at popular swimming beaches, thanks to UKZN’s Environmental Fluid Mechanics Lab...

New programme boosts job prospects for South Durban candidates

ENGEN launched a new skills development and learnership programme, the Global Citizen Development Programme (EGCDP)  to boost the job prospects for youth and unemployed...

Forty Under 40 Africa Award goes to CHIETA CEO

THE Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA) is proud of its CEO, Yershen Pillay, who won the Governance and Government Agencies Award at...

UKZN students launch their own sub-orbital sounding rocket

UKZN’s Aerospace Systems Research Institute (ASRI) Space Propulsion Programme successfully test-launched its Phoenix 1 D hybrid rocket demonstrator carrying experimental sensors and cameras on...

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Slurry sucker system puts WWT back on track

DEVELOPED by local pump and dredging expert IPR, the SlurrySucker dredging system recently provided the ideal solution for getting the emergency water dams at...

Straddle carriers enhance container handling safety

AS the wellbeing of workers on site becomes increasingly critical in all sectors, industries that operate container handling equipment are taking a closer look...

Supplier partnership ensures construction contractor’s quality

TAKING an unconventional route into the construction sector, EB Construction’s Ben Wagner has built a solid contracting business that serves residential, commercial and industrial...

Crushing and screening customers supported

IN an environment where crushing and screening operations attach great importance to equipment uptime and productivity, an extensive footprint of 11 Sandvik entities in...