Pallet pooling: The optimum supply-chain solution

In a time of rapidly changing supply chains, global pallet-pooling systems offer adaptability, efficiency, and sustainability.

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Parties to the MEIBC vote overwhelmingly for gazettal and extension of 2021 – 2024 metals and engineering main agreement

Parties to the Metals and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC) today voted overwhelmingly in favour of the extension of the three-year agreement reached in the metals and engineering sector in 2021.

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Key employer considerations in the Mine Health and Safety Act Amendment Bill

By Kate Collier, Partner, Kenneth Coster, Partner & Mbali Nkosi, Senior Associate from Webber Wentzel

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Female-owned construction company builds a bright future

Barely 12 years ago, Sanna Sebone was a newly-qualified quantity surveyor taking her first steps in the largely male-dominated world of construction. Today, her 100% female-owned construction company, Sebongi Construction, is rapidly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Northern Cape.

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Ammann soil compactor offers high value with efficiency

ELB Equipment, one of South Africa’s largest compaction machine suppliers, offers clients the Ammann ARS 122 soil compactor, an industry leader in compaction efficiency.

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This Environment Month, Coca-Cola celebrates increased PET recycling rates in South Africa 

As National Environment Month in June encourages everyone to Reimagine, Recover and Restore our global ecosystems, Coca-Cola continues to recognise its important role in empowering and investing in the South African recycling sector.

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MBAWC calls on the youth to pursue careers in the built environment and curb the skills shortfall

While South Africa is ranked number one out of the top 10 countries with the highest unemployment rates globally (World Population Review), the Master Builders’ Association, Western Cape notes that there is a shortfall of 40 000 skilled artisans in the country. This shortfall could be addressed if young people stepped up to pursue careers in industries that require skills such as plumbing, building and carpentry.

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Large home improvement retailer addresses electronic waste threat

In the battle to alleviate the rising tide of e-waste in South Africa, DIY Retailer LEROY MERLIN in partnership with AST Recycling have installed e-waste recycling bins in all four stores in Johannesburg.

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IZA Africa Desk raises red flag over steel industry masterplan

Urgent call for a broader Metals Industry Roadmap for steel, base metals, and value-added metal products

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Non-compliant plumbing more serious than anticipated

The findings of the Institute of Plumbing South Africa’s (IOPSA) latest research into the level of plumbing compliance across the country are cause for concern.

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