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Gatvol Clover relocation from NW, if approved, a disastrous economic decision for the province

Gatvol Clover relocation from NW, if approved, a disastrous economic decision for the province

The move, if successful would cost R1,5bn and 300 jobs lost. It employs about 380 permanent employees and 40 temporary employees. The dairy group also employs about 20 general workers, 20 truck drivers, and truck cleaners. Clover cited poor water and electricity supply from the Ditsobotla municipality and poor road infrastructure in the area, saying […]

RAF- party is OVER!

RAF- party is OVER!

That’s the word from transport minister Fikile Mbalula and RAF CEO Collins Letsoalo who on Monday briefed the media on progress made saving the fund from total collapse. They said for too long it was open season for bogus and inflated claims against the RAF which left the organisation in financial ruin. Since Letsoalo took […]

MEC for finance Nkomo-Ralehoko reaches out to youths’ in the province

The fundamental objective is to help emerging entrepreneurs to register their enterprises and formalise them in order to solicit or procure services from Government by being compliant. This could be in the form of ascertaining business registration, valid tax clearance, proof of business account, etc. By so doing anyone, particularly youth organisations would be able […]

Eskom boss cleared of racism allegations

Eskom boss cleared of racism allegations

This follows an independent inquiry headed by advocate Ishmael Semenya, that no evidence by de Ruyter, conducted himself in a manner that amounts to racism. Disgruntled Solly Tshitangano, former Eskom head of procurement, was reported to have said De Ruyter preferred white appointees and treated white-owned companies differently to black-owned ones. As such, an inquiry […]

French Pres visit sees the establishment of Trace Academia

French Pres visit sees the establishment of Trace Academia

The visit is of particular importance given that France is South Africa’s second largest trading partner in the European Union, and South Africa is France’s largest trading partner in Africa. The visit bore both economic and business opportunities created by SA and France. From Covid-19 vaccination to youth programmes such as Trace Academia, a free […]

Anglo American partners with CSIR and US based company to explore 3D prospects

Anglo American partners with CSIR and US based company to explore 3D prospects

The project includes an analysis of Anglo American’s inventory of spare parts, such as impellers for pumps, shaft sleeves, gasket bonnet valves, and mining rock drill bits, exploring the impact of adopting a digitally distributed supply chain, and then digitising, locally producing and testing these parts at Anglo American’s operations in South Africa. This partnership […]

Matrix Group partners with Chris Maroleng’s Good Governance Africa

Matrix Group partners with Chris Maroleng’s Good Governance Africa

By DINEO Mahloele- MD, Matrix Group  The specialist companies focus on research, shopper marketing, media, digital, production, and most recently a creative agency, SoulProviders Collective. The group’s strategy has been to set up a vertically driven, fully integrated marketing and communications offering for clients. Our strength and ability is built on respect for self, and […]

VWSA supports YES a national youths’ programme

VWSA supports YES a national youths’ programme

Of the 520 candidates in the 2021 intake, 270 will be hosted at VWSA sites in Kariega (formerly Uitenhage) and Gauteng. This group began their work readiness training on 1 March, ahead of being deployed to their new workplaces at the start of May 2021. These candidates will be deployed for 14 months at VWSA […]

Cannabis license begins from October

Cannabis license begins from October

This was the confirmation by the Agriculture, land reform and rural development minister Thoko Didiza, during her department’s R16.9bn budget speech to National Assembly on Thursday. This means issuing of issuing permits for production of hemp in October this year, will go ahead, although legalities and master plan might take long. She said legalisation and commercialisation […]