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Industry bodies react to Sanral’s preferential procurement policy move

BOTH the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) and Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) reacted favourably to the South African National Roads Agency’s...

Borders need advancement in SA’s fight against crime – POPCRU

OPINION | AFTER years of disorganised management and under-investment in border control, South Africa’s borders have been transformed into corridors of crime, enabling syndicates...

Warning regarding self-appointed regulators and watchdogs

THE South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) has noticed an increasing trend of some associations and industry bodies trying to derail the credibility of...

Fintech helps counter non-compliance by 72% of SA’s SMEs

DESPITE non-compliance having very costly consequences like penalties, legal fees and director liability, the most recent annual report of the Companies and Intellectual Property...

RCL taking legal action as extra R234m ‘special levy’ hits sugar business

RCL FOODS is expecting a 30% drop in earnings per share driven by a special levy raised by the South African Sugar Association on...

Government department slapped with R5m fine for POPIA infringement

THE Information Regulator has issued an Infringement Notice to the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development in which it ordered the department to pay...

Cement & Concrete SA’s new legal status brings benefits

CEMENT & Concrete SA has been recognised as a Voluntary Association (VA) by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA). CEO of CCSA, Bryan Perrie,...

Three focussed teams target scourge of infrastructure-related crimes in KZN

THREE specialised multi-disciplinary economic infrastructure task teams (EITTs), will be based in the eThekwini, Umgungundlovu and King Cetshwayo districts in KwaZulu-Natal, the deputy provincial...

Employees at Ladysmith tyre manufacturer head back to work

SUMITOMO Rubber South Africa (SRSA) is moving towards resuming operations at its manufacturing plant in Ladysmith after confirming that the illegal industrial action that...

Allegations of corruption under investigation at Richards Bay Port Terminals

TRANSNET Port Terminals said on Friday, June 2, that it had recently been alerted to alleged corrupt activities taking place in coal truck queues...

Tyre manufacturer interdicts striking workers as illegal industrial action enters third week

The Labour Court of South Africa, on 10 May 2023, handed down an interim court interdict in favour of tyre manufacturer, Sumitomo Rubber South...

Green Scorpions fine mill based on 2014 audit

SAPPI Southern Africa reached an agreement with the Green Scorpions (Environmental Management Inspectorate - EMI), pertaining to environmental contraventions at the Saiccor Mill in...

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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...

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...