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April floods: R3.8bn damage to infrastructure, says City

A special full council meeting was held on 18 May to update city management on the recent flood disaster recovery and rebuilding efforts. A total...

Skyrocketing fuel prices: A perfect storm for the road freight and logistics industry

By Gavin Kelly Chief Executive Officer: The Road Freight Association NO ONE would have thought that we would see such increases in the fuel price...

Employers must drive the Steel Master Plan, says SEIFSA

THIS is the view of the federation's CEO Lucio Trentini. Speaking at the recent Steel and Engineering Federation of Southern Africa’s conference, Trentini said...

Retail Property: From Covid-19 risk to stagflation risk

By John Loos: Property Sector Strategist at FNB Commercial Property Finance THE retail property market correction appears likely to continue during FNB’s economic forecast period....

New auto academy opens in Mobeni

TOYOTA South Africa Motors (TSAM) is pleased to announce the launch of the Toyota Manufacturing Academy (TMA) at the Coastal KZN TVET College in...

Sugar producer chair resigns

TONGAAT Hulett has announced the resignation of its chair Louis von Zeuner. The company announced that he advised the board he will not available for...

Paper and pulp company announces bump in profits for second quarter

SAPPI has delivered strong results for the second quarter of its financial year, ending March 31 2022. Tight global paper markets have pushed up paper...

Cash-strapped SA farmers need flexible financing options

ONE in five SA farmers is expected to leave the industry in the next decade, a new study reveals. Dr. Kandas Cloete a senior analyst...

Massive hydrogen valley project set to move ahead

THE world's largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck was launched at Amplats' Mogalakwena platinum group metals mine in Limpopo on Friday 6 May 2022. Speaking at...

KZN floods a major ‘wake-up call’

THE catastrophic flooding in KwaZulu-Natal is a wake-up call for local and national government to ensure that future urban development is integrated and resilient...

Simple safety checks to avoid construction auction pitfalls

SOME research before entering into a transaction with an auctioneering company can avert disappointment and problems that may occur through dealings with unprofessional or...

Asian imports boost Durban Car Terminal performance

ENTRY-level cars imported from Asia have increased the Durban Car Terminal’s monthly targets by 34% at the end of March. That’s according to Acting Managing...

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TODAY is International Women in Engineering Day. To celebrate, Jet Demolition contracts and project manager Kate Bester highlights what it's like being in close...

Financial reports won’t save local government crisis, warns town and regional planners

By Burgert Gildenhuys: Director, BC Gildenhuys & Associates IT is unclear whether South Africa has the will or guts to confront issues contributing to the...

N3 truck blockade: It’s ‘economic sabotage’, say ministers and business

ANOTHER truck blockade saw Van Reenen's Pass on the N3, the country's main domestic trade route, being closed on Thursday 16 June. This protest...

Factory of the Year competition returns as economy bounces back

FOLLOWING a challenging two years in the manufacturing sector, Kearney, a leading management consulting firm, is excited to announce the return of the Factory...