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Greg Boulle

     21st April 2017 This week we feature Gregory Boulle, CEO of Bravo Group, the largest manufacturer of lounge furniture and sleep products in South Africa.   

Dredging of Port of Maputo access channel completed

By: Irma Venter     14th April 2017 The dredging of the access channel to the Port of Maputo from 11 m to up 14.4 m (chart datum) has been completed. “Those three additional metres allow us to affirm, with pride, that we are a port prepared to receive Capesize ships,” says Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC) CEO Osório Lucas. 

KSB Pumps & Valves

     14th April 2017 East Rand-headquartered KSB Pumps & Valves is an original-equipment manufacturer of technologically advanced pumps, valves and related products for the water, sewage, chemicals, petrochemicals, mining and building services sectors, among others. Since its establishment in 1959, the company has... 

Fresh produce markets, agents critical to enabling market access – association

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th April 2017 The agency system of sales in the South African fresh product market is “definitely not under siege”, as suggested by the recent Competition Commission raids, say Produce Marketing Association Southern Africa GM Lindie Stroebel and ZZ2 CEO Tommie van Zyl. The commission, last month, held search... 

Consulting engineer develops process for projects

By: Simone Liedtke     7th April 2017 Project work for global engineering company Hatch’s Environmental and Social Services Group (Hatch ESSG) is picking up significantly, owing to its continual evolution of the Hatch project life-cycle process (PLP) that includes a strong focus on integrating the social, community and environmental... 

South African automotive industry at a crossroads

By: Shirley le Guern     6th April 2017 The local automotive industry is at a crossroads and the timing of the inaugural National Association of Automobile Component and Allied Manufacturers (Naacam) show, in Durban, came at a critical point for those rising to the challenge of massive policy changes and industry challenges. Speaking... 

Automotive industry key to future of South Africa’s manufacturing industry – Davies 

By: Shirley le Guern     6th April 2017 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies has stressed that South Africa does not have the luxury to stop supporting its automotive sector, as has been the case in Australia, where the industry has come to an end.   “The auto industry is key to the future of manufacturing in this country and... 

Regionalisation strategy needed for South African automotive manufacturers to grow

By: Shirley le Guern     6th April 2017 South African automotive manufacturers need to drive a strong regionalisation strategy in Africa, according to National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers of South Africa (Naacam) president Dave Coffey. Welcoming guests to the first Naacam show, which has been billed as... 

Higher local content in SA-made vehicles could create 49 000 jobs, says Barnes 

By: Irma Venter     6th April 2017 Achieving 60% local content on vehicles assembled in South Africa will make a significant impact on the South African economy, including the creation of 49 000 new jobs and an additional R68-billion in gross domestic product, says Automotive Masterplan lead and B&M Analysts chairperson Dr Justin... 

Automotive Industry Gains Insight To Masterplan Development At NAACAM Show

     6th April 2017 The inaugural NAACAM Show reflected a significant  intent and strategy shift within South Africa's automotive sector. National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers of South Africa President Dave Coffey  said  the stated  acceptance by  industry role-players of the need to... 

DTI approves R4.9bn in incentives for clothing, textile sector

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th April 2017 South Africa’s clothing and textile sector has saved thousands of jobs with the assistance of the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI’s) production incentives programme within the Clothing and Textiles Competitiveness Programme. The DTI approved R4.9-billion in incentives, with more than... 

NAACAM Show tackles localisation and transformation with strong government support 3.30pm, Wednesday 5 April, Durban ICC

     6th April 2017 “With the NAACAM Show incorporating the Durban Automotive Cluster’s National Localisation Indaba now underway I am very pleased with the investment by eThekwini Municipality to attract and host the national automotive production industry to Durban” says Shunnon Tulsiram, Head of Economic... 

Mindset, technology changes needed to operate ports of the future

By: Shirley le Guern     5th April 2017 Current ways of operating ports and port cities are not viable or sustainable and a complete change in mindset, technology and skills would be needed in the very near future, Norton Rose Fulbright Attorneys national transport team head and master mariner Malcolm Hartwell said this week. “Ships... 

Transnet calls for private sector support in funding South Africa’s logistics infrastructure

By: Shirley le Guern     4th April 2017 Transnet cannot foot the entire R400-billion bill for logistics infrastructure alone. At least 25% should come from the private sector, which has sufficient funds “sitting and being lazy” on its balance sheets,Transnet CE Siyabonga Gama told delegates at the eThekwini Maritime Cluster’s annual... 

South African maritime industry set to grow, but challenges remain

By: Shirley le Guern     3rd April 2017 South Africa is in a unique position to leverage substantial opportunities within the maritime industry but needs greater buy-in from industry participants.This was the message from South African Maritime Safety Authority (Samsa) acting CEO Sobantu Tilayi at a roundtable discussion, in Durban, on... 

Engen Hippo Park further boosts black women in the fuel industry

     3rd April 2017 Engen Hippo Park, offering customers a diverse range of convenience, including: a 24/7 QuickShop, car wash, ATM facilities and lotto tickets, was officially launched on 31 March 2017. Situated along Queen Nandi Drive in Durban, Engen Hippo Park is owned by Ntandokazi Kheswa. Engen Hippo Park is... 

Air Seychelles starts flights to Durban

     3rd April 2017 Today, the Province of KwaZulu-Natal welcomed the inaugural flight of Air Seychelles to Durban’s King Shaka International Airport.   Air Seychelles will be flying a twice-weekly non-stop service on Thursdays and Saturdays, connecting Durban and the Seychelles' capital Mahé, using an Airbus A320... 

Automotive Masterplan In Focus At Naacam Show

     31st March 2017 The South African automotive industry will gain insight to the strategic direction of the soon to be finalised Automotive Masterplan at the NAACAM Show being held at Durban’s ICC on April 5-6. Work been done to finalise the masterplan and its associated policy levers is being done under the... 

Rand Airport – Joburg’s first hub of civil aviation

By: Jade Davenport     31st March 2017 Since it was established  in 1886, the city of Johannesburg has been at the forefront of much of the economic, industrial and infrastructure development in South Africa and the broader African continent. However, there is one notable exception to that general historical and ongoing trend, and... 

SAA, Ethiopian Airlines extend code-share agreement

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     29th March 2017 The extension of South African Airways’ (SAA’s) code-share service agreement with Ethiopian Airlines to include Cape Town, Durban and Toronto, Canada, became effective this week. The expanded code share now offers a direct service between Addis Ababa and Cape Town and Addis Ababa and Durban.... 

RenewSys is part of the 55 year old , R 3.75 Bn “Enpee Group” .

     28th March 2017 The core competency of the Company lies in manufacturing. Headquartered at Mumbai , Renewsys has a global presence with offices at Dubai, Johannesburg , Durban , Lagos , London , Mauritius & Singapore and representative offices in the USA and several countries in Europe. RenewSys is one of the... 

Competition Commission extends fresh produce market agent raid to Cape Town, Durban 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th March 2017 The Competition Commission on Friday extended its search and seizure operation targeting fresh produce market agents, to premises in Cape Town and Durban. This followed its raid, on Thursday, of the premises of nine fresh produce market agents suspected of involvement in alleged cartel and... 

Cape Town to take delivery of 11 electric buses by year-end

By: Irma Venter     24th March 2017 Cape Town’s fleet of eleven electric buses are scheduled for arrival by the end of 2017, “operating by the beginning of 2018, or sooner”, says Cape Town Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) commissioner Melissa Whitehead. The buses will be supplied by Chinese green energy firm BYD, in... 

Local supply company expands product offering

By: Simone Liedtke     24th March 2017 Designer and supplier of process equipment Zonke Engineering has added several pump types to its existing product range. 

NCPC-SA to emphasise efficiency at Naacam show

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th March 2017 The National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA) will share its knowledge regarding resource efficiency and cleaner production methods to assist industry in lowering costs through reduced energy, water and material use during this year’s National Association of Automotive... 

Maxiflex welcomes customers to their doors

     23rd March 2017 Maxiflex has been a specialist and trusted supplier of a fully comprehensive range of high quality, efficient and reliable door and dock loading solutions to the Southern African industry for 27 years. Alongside the renowned in-house Maxiflex brands, the company also boasts sole distribution... 

EnviroServ CEO cited in 'toxic landfill' charges 

By: African News Agency      23rd March 2017 Dean Thompson, the CE of waste management giant EnviroServ, will be criminally charged alongside the company on several allegations of contravening environmental legislation at EnviroServ’s Shongweni landfill site. The company has come under severe criticism over its management of the landfill by... 

We need to change how we use water – World Bank

By: News24Wire      23rd March 2017 The world needs to transform the way it manages its water, Professor Patrick Verkooijen of the World Bank said on Wednesday. To accelerate the transformation, World Bank President Jim Kim and UN secretary general Antonio Guterres are convening a high-level panel on water with 11 heads of state,... 

Zuma unveils UN's global water and sanitation plan

By: News24Wire      23rd March 2017 President Jacob Zuma unveiled the UN's broad-based plan to provide water and sanitation for ten-billion people by 2030 on Wednesday. Zuma was part of the UN's high level panel on water and sanitation. 

Jasco acquires 65% stake in Cross Fire for R52m

By: Natasha Odendaal     22nd March 2017 JSE-listed Jasco is acquiring a 65.4% stake in Cross Fire in a R52.3-million deal with Cross Fire management and its Cross Fire founder John Cross. The addition of Cross Fire will bolster Jasco’s existing fire solutions portfolio in the blue-chip corporate market and lift it into the top three... 

Sanral initiates training scheme for small firms ahead of N2 Wild Coast construction

By: Irma Venter     17th March 2017 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has started with the roll-out of a R120-million community development and small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) training programme in anticipation of the construction of the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR). The programme aims to... 

Fortress Income Fund launches R650 million Louwlardia development

     16th March 2017 The JSE listed Fortress Income Fund has officially launched the Louwlardia Logistics Park, a R650 million A Grade logistics facility that is under development alongside the N1 in Centurion.   Speaking at the launch,  executive director Andrew Teixeira said that Louwlardia was part of the 1... 

Commonwealth Games too costly – Mbalula

By: African News Agency      14th March 2017 The expectation that the South African government would have to provide more money than Cabinet had approved for the Commonwealth Games could not be sustained in the current economic environment, the Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula said. Mbalula was speaking at the Moses Mabhida... 

Momentum builds at Bridge City mixed-use development

By: Anine Kilian     13th March 2017 Activities at the Bridge City mixed-used property development north of Durban are gathering momentum. To date, 65% of the 53 ha development area has been sold to a mix of public and private sector investors, while 360 000 m2 of bulk is still available for purchase in Bridge City. 

Transporters disagree with implementation of appointment only system at Durban terminal

By: Shirley le Guern     10th March 2017 The trucking fraternity has not taken kindly to an announcement on Friday by Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) that it will impose an appointment only system for trucks at the Pier 2 Container Port Terminal, in Durban, from April 1. At a presentation at the Container Terminal, regional manager Thula... 

Early signs pointing to recovery in foundry industry 

By: Simone Liedtke     10th March 2017 With the foundry industry having been under pressure last year owing to very low levels of economic growth, the drought and continuing import leakage, the South African Institute of Foundrymen (Saif) believes that signs to date this year point towards some form of industry recovery. 

Norwegian company to design the South African Navy’s new survey ship

By: Keith Campbell     10th March 2017 Norwegian ship design and shipbuilding company Vard Marine, a subsidiary of Italy’s Fincantiere group (which holds 55.63% of the Norwegian enterprise), has confirmed that its VARD 9 105 hydrographic/oceanographic ship design is the one offered to the South African Navy (SAN) by Southern African... 

UN World Water Development Report to be launched in Durban

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     8th March 2017 President Jacob Zuma will launch the seventeenth edition of the United Nations (UN) 'World Water Development Report', focusing on the critical role of wastewater management for vibrant economies, resilient societies and the maintenance of healthy environments, at the World Water Day Summit, in... 

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