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Opinion: Innovative solutions drive better control of airborne pollutant control systems

By Johan Snyman, mechanical engineer at BBE CREATING a work environment that prioritises workers' wellbeing is top of mind for mine owners today. Supporting this...

Tackling the transport infrastructure conundrum

By Chris Campbell, CEO of Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) BLOATED state employment with low levels of output would not be tolerated in the private...

Ride the AI revolution, don’t fear it

OPINION | HUMANKIND’S ability to thrive through adversity and adapt to innovation is something that cannot be replicated, but rather enhanced by AI, according...

Cyber deception can help to stay one step ahead of evolving threats

OPINION | Data has become a critical business asset that, if managed correctly, can be used to unlock a wealth of insight for better...

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...

Marijuana testing in the workplace is a necessity for safety-sensitive industries

OPINION | DESPITE the decriminalisation of marijuana for personal use in 2018, it is still important for companies to test employees before they enter...

Recovering data is not enough, ransomware threats must be stopped in their tracks

By Kate Mollett, regional director and Bar Hori, regional sales executive at Commvault RANSOMWARE attacks have not only become more prevalent in the past few...

Govt’s infrastructure plans present opportunities for PPs: look at Transnet

By Robert Futter, executive director at Cresco Group Africa and Andy Tant, director at Cresco Group Africa THE government’s National Development Plan 2030, which is...

Rebuilding KZN with the help of an empowered workforce

By Sibusiso Tembe, education specialist at Optimi Workplace KwaZulu-Natal FROM the Covid-19 pandemic to the July 2021 riots, and, more recently, the devastating flooding in...

Are you adequately insured for building insurance claims?

By: Dr. Deen Letchmiah President of the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession (SACQSP) THE past year has brought to the fore the...

Disruption as the new normal in food and bev

Phil Lewis, Infor’s VP of Solution Consulting EMEA looks at how food manufacturers can use technology to boost supply chain resilience in the face...

Plastic free July? Let’s work towards a litter free world instead

By Anton Hanekom: Executive Director, Plastics SA EACH year in July, people across the globe take part in Plastic Free July – an international movement...

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The new ‘City of the West’ showcases opportunities

THE Westown development team and Fundamentum Property Group hosted more than 40 residential, commercial, and industrial brokers and agents at the Westown construction site...

Sibaya node north of Durban attracts investment

LOCATED between the Ohlanga and eMdloti estuaries on KwaZulu-Natal’s north coast, the Sibaya Coastal Precinct has undergone a remarkable transformation over the past decade...

Full closure of the N3 due to blasting near Peacevale

THE N3 in KwaZulu-Natal will be fully closed on 10 April 2024 between 14h30 and 15h00 to facilitate blasting next to the N3 opposite...

Precise planning, clear goals and optimisation are key to supply chain success

AS one of the leading manufacturers of industrial gas, Air Products has established a successful supply chain strategy, crafted from industry experience, best practice...