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Thursday, 06 June 2013 11:29

BioFire Fireplace Blog Attracts New Readers

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The BioFire Fireplace Blog has seen massive growth in its Cape Town and Johannesburg readership over the past 12 months. Cape Town, May 2013: The BioFire ( http://www.biofire-fireplaces.co.za/blog/ )  Fireplaces Blog was launched a little over a year ago on the 11th of January 2012 and in that time has…
The cement and concrete industry is demonstrating real commitment to the success of the African construction market through its support of the TotallyConcrete Expo.  The pace of expansion and GDP growth rate in Sub-Saharan Africa has doubled in the last 20 years and Africa is now the next frontier for…
Friday, 24 May 2013 10:15

Get best price car rental deals in Durban

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Durban, is the second largest city in South Africa to Johannesburg and the most important commercial port in the country. Durban is the most important economic center in KwaZulu-Natal. Main source of income of the town is the harbor which is the largest trading center for the entire Africa. Lots…
More and more property buyers are uncovering Durban’s best kept secret – the leafy suburb of Westville. According to Lee Ellis, inland director, of Tyson Properties, estate agents operating within Westville and surrounding areas are going from strength to strength. “Tyson Properties Westville has been selling homes in the greater…
Changes are abound in the valves sector as the formation of The Valve and Actuator Manufacturers’ Cluster of South Africa (VAMCOSA) gears up to provide significant demand prospects for local manufacturers. However, with great promise comes great responsibility, and local manufacturers need to step up to the plate to produce…
Using local skills in mining projects across Africa can have hugely positive effects for both the mining house, mining services suppliers and for the local economy itself. As a result, this should become a key focus for South African companies when exploring new regions.  This is according to Mark Benning,…
Oil is fast becoming a scarce resource, with alarming estimates from a range of credible sources suggesting that we will run out of the commodity during the current century. It has therefore become crucial for companies, especially those that are heavily oil-dependent, to identify new ways of continuing operations whilst…
Greater stakeholder collaboration can reduce fatalities by a significant margin At the 2003 Health and Safety Summit, Government committed to bringing safety in mining up to international standards by 2013. However, ten years later the industry is still grappling with the issue, with mine deaths having risen by 8% year-on-year…
A growing body of microeconomic evidence shows that an increase in women’s education, labour force participation and earnings stimulates socio-economic development.  In Africa, there is real and timely potential for developing countries to stimulate their rate of economic growth through the general empowerment of women.  In fact, the emergence of…
While the need for infrastructure development in Africa is growing, the lack of skills and workforce required to bridge the project-preparation gap continues to hinder development.  Strategic initiatives and fresh approaches to develop construction industry skills are now arising out of this demand gap.  From the public sector, governments across…
Foster Wheeler partnered with SA Foundry, Steloy Castings, for the supply of static and centrifugal castings for the major upgrade and expansion of the Barrancabermeja Refinery in Columbia, owned by Fortune 500 Company, Ecopetrol. Foster Wheeler is internationally recognised as a leading engineering, construction and project management contractor as well…
Thursday, 25 April 2013 14:15

Signs of Transformation in the Engineering Sector

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There is a common thread in arguments about the status of engineering in South Africa: that there are simply not enough black engineers.  Research shows that black engineers make up only 14% of South Africa's professional engineers (those registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa). This sub-par representation, however,…

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