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SAPICS Inspires Young Graduates And Students To Tackle Supply Chain Profession’s Skills Gap

7th September 2018 Reflecting its commitment to attracting and developing a pipeline of talent to address the critical skills gap in the supply chain profession, SAPICS, The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management, recently hosted its 4th annual Young Professional and Student Conference in Johannesburg.... 

The Rands and Cents of Sustainability

30th August 2018 Green credentials have become a fashionable must-have for organisations in most industries, however, to effect real change, environmental policy needs to be far more than rhetoric, or indeed, a compliance exercise. It is a simple truth that robust and long-term sustainable practices translate... 

Sustainability beyond the “factory door”

8th August 2018 Sustainable business practices are no longer a nice to have, but a vital component of strategy that drives organisational longevity, market share and bottom-line performance. For the most part, responsible organisations have adopted environmentally friendly practices into their everyday... 

Barloworld Logistics breaks new ground

30th July 2018 Barloworld Logistics celebrated a significant milestone in the journey to their new facility. A SOD turning ceremony was hosted on-site, and the teams from all partner organisations were able to get their first real feel of the building to come. The event was a landmark event in the history of... 
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South Africa to relax visa rules to boost investment, tourism

South Africa will ease some immigration rules, including agreeing visa waiver agreements with more countries, in an effort to boost investment and tourism, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Tuesday. The changes are part of a broader economic turnaround programme announced by President... 

Tullow Oil abandons first Namibian well, keeps options open

Africa-focused Tullow Oil will abandon its first well in Namibia, but data gathered in the project indicated it might strike lucky in another attempt, it said on Monday. "The Cormorant-1 exploration well in the PEL-37 licence, offshore Namibia, encountered non-commercial hydrocarbons and the well... 
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