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Economic decline a further blow to South Africa

Economic decline a further blow to South Africa

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – CONFIRMATION that South Africa’s economy has contracted by over half in the second quarter of the year is a further blow to a country already in ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Welder Tselane conquers male-dominated industry

EXCLUSIVE: Welder Tselane conquers male-dominated industry

by MTHULISI SIBANDA  JOHANNESBURG – WHILE women have made inroads into male-dominated industries such as metallurgy, welding remains characterised by a gender disparity in favour ...

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5G earmarked to help combat COVID-19 scourge

5G earmarked to help combat COVID-19 scourge

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – THE recent launch of fifth-generation (5G) technology in South African is presenting attractive opportunities for consumers, carriers and the in ...

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Data-driven mining key to sector’s operations

Data-driven mining key to sector’s operations

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – A TECHNOLOGY executive believes firm leadership and the Cloud are crucial to mining operations in the age of the fourth industrial revolution (In ...

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Mining firms cushion locals from COVID-19

Mining firms cushion locals from COVID-19

by ANNA NTABANE MBOMBELA - A MAJOR mining firm and commodities company have pledged R23 million (US$1,3 million) to assist local communities distressed by the coronavirus (COVID-1 ...

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Zambia surplus energy supplies to uplift SADC

Zambia surplus energy supplies to uplift SADC

from ARNOLD MULENGA in Kanyemba, Zambia KANYEMBA - IN a continent synonymous with constant power cuts, Zambia has emerged a leading light, literally, in power generation. Signific ...

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Emalahleni sits on ticking ammonia time bomb

Emalahleni sits on ticking ammonia time bomb

by ANNA NTABANE EMALAHLENI - AUTHORITIES fear the lives of communities at Emalahleni are at risk after a traffic accident left them exposed to the smell of the highly toxic ammoni ...

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Lydenburg residents acquire much-needed work skills

Lydenburg residents acquire much-needed work skills

by ANNA NTABANE LYDENBURG – LOCALS in Lydenburg have been empowered with the confidence to enter the job market or create jobs for others following the completion of portable skil ...

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SA targets SADC to empower its black industrialists

SA targets SADC to empower its black industrialists

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – TRADE between South Africa and Tanzania is poised to increase beyond R7 billion (US$453 million) as the former assists its black industrialists ...

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Global issues, local concerns pummel SA economy

Global issues, local concerns pummel SA economy

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – ANALYSTS have forecast a further recession of the South African economy because of load shedding, the raging coronavirus (COVID-19) and government ...

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