Digital revolution Skills 2.0 – the face of the South African artisan in the digital revolution
Two industry thought leaders share their views on where skills are heading in the digital revolution and why the engineering fraternity and technical training providers must work
12 Sep 2019
Technology Changing Lives Through Tech
With a desire to empower children in townships to not become products of their circumstances, Yandisa Kaulela Mahlasela left her job at a prominent airline company to teach
06 Sep 2019
SARACCA We took it to court!
The Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER) which were gazetted in 2009 require that every gas installation, repair or maintenance be undertaken by a registered Gas Practitioner.
30 Aug 2019
Women in construction vital to sector growth Advice for women from women in construction
As reported by Stats SA, many sectors in South Africa today are facing a downturn. In fact, the report states that construction, mining and trade are in recession with a 3.2%
26 Aug 2019
Female Strength Building female strength in the construction industry
Gender equality remains an issue in many industries, but in construction it is particularly rampant. A way for businesses to flip this on its head and to change the narrative, is
14 Aug 2019
Think it through IPP investment must have real social impact
Investment in renewable energy projects must translate into sustainable, real and meaningful impact in the communities where the IPPs (Independent Power Producers programme) are
13 Aug 2019
All eyes on Gauteng Mega SEZ in the pipeline
The Gauteng government will be more aggressive and decisive in pushing their vision of turning the province into a single, multi-tier, mega special economic zone. The provincial
13 Aug 2019
Construction: Profits, projects and pressure Construction companies are taking a leap into the digital future
This year will see a digital leap forward as many construction companies explore implementing integrated business software into projects for the very first time. Tighter margins,
13 Aug 2019
Profile: The new Board of Mhlathuze Water was appointed in December 2018 by the Minister of Water and Sanitation Thabi Shange, the Board's new Chairperson reflects on the first six months in office
When we were appointed by the Minister of Water and Sanitation in December 2018, we made a collective commitment to work towards ensuring that Mhlathuze Water evolves from being a
13 Aug 2019


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