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thyssenkrupp Technical Training Academy opens doors to education and innovation

9th November 2018 thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa proudly hosted the official opening of its Technical Training Academy situated at their Service Centre in Chloorkop. The company extends a sincere thank you to Naledi Pandor, Minister of Higher Education, for her participation in the prestigious... 

Dirk Dijkstra

26th October 2018 This week we profile Dirk Sjoerd Dijkstra, GM and head of subregion: Southern Africa at powertools, fastening solutions, construction software and services company Hilti South Africa   

EU regulators to rule on Thyssenkrupp, Tata Steel venture by Oct 30

26th September 2018 European Union (EU) antitrust regulators will decide by October 30 whether to allow Germany's Thyssenkrupp and India's Tata Steel to create Europe's No. 2 steelmaker, the European Commission said on Wednesday. The companies unveiled their plan for a steel joint venture in July after two years of... 

thyssenkrupp Technical Apprenticeship Programme develops people for a sustainable future

24th August 2018 thyssenkrupp Technical Apprenticeship Programmes are successfully developing people to secure a sustainable future not only for the company, but also for southern African industry and the regions in which thyssenkrupp is operating. “We are very happy to contribute to the development of skills in... 
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Cape Town agrees to transfer R114.3m Salt River site for 10% of its value for housing

The City of Cape Town has agreed, "in principle", to sell the Salt River Market site to a "social housing institution (SHI)" for 10% of its market value for an 820 unit mixed-use development, it announced on Thursday. "I'm elated by Council's decision to agree, in principle, to transfer this... 

Eskom debt swap not an option – Ramaphosa

A debt swap for cash-strapped state power company Eskom would spiral the country into more debt, South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday, adding there was need to look at other options to shore up the company's balance sheet. Eskom, which has had to implement power cuts due to... 
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