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Transnet expansion project uplifts the community

20th July 2018 State-owned freight rail company Transnet’s R2.38-billion Manganese Rail Phase 1 Expansion project created about 2 200 employment opportunities in the remote Northern Cape region and provided skills development and training to local staff. 

STEM career expo seeks to link youth with prospective employers

6th July 2018 The science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) Career Expo will provide school goers, undergraduates and graduates with the opportunity to interact directly with companies to determine what careers are available to those interested in STEM, says STEM Career Expo CEO Eric Wright. The... 

Hatch civil engineer features on Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans to Watch 2018 list

2nd July 2018 Innocentia Mahlangu, a civil engineer and project manager with Hatch, has been named by the Mail & Guardian as one of 2018’s ‘200 Young South Africans’ to watch. The prestigious annual supplement highlights ‘young stars shaping the country’s future’, according to the newspaper. Mahlangu, who... 

Hatch and Transnet work together to bring lasting change to Northern Cape region

2nd July 2018 The Northern Cape region has seen lasting change thanks to significant investment in the local community involved in the construction of Transnet’s Manganese Rail Phase 1 Expansion project. This project involved the upgrade of 114 km of rail lines and stations, and the construction of 3 km of new... 
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Ethiopian Airways plans to rule Africa’s skies

Ethiopian Airlines has signed joint venture agreements and business partnerships with at least 14 countries on the continent as part of its Vision 2025 growth plan, under which the carrier hopes to become “the leading aviation group in Africa”, the East African reported. From Zambia and Malawi in... 

ANC, AgriSA to meet over expropriation, economy

The ANC and AgriSA, the country’s largest representative body of commercial farmers, will meet on Tuesday to discuss the heated issue of expropriation without compensation. This follows months of uncertainty in the agricultural sector and the broader economy after the ANC’s initial decision to... 
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