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Enabling a Sustainable Future – Delivering on Africa's Renewable Energy Agenda Unlocking the power of nature with smart trucking solutions

17th April 2018 Smart Supply Chain Solutions African economies have in recent years experienced a surge in business activity, thanks in part to the emergence of an increasingly prosperous middle class. This consumer boom has not only strained retail supply chains but has placed overwhelming demands on national... 

Collaborative warehousing – driving market share in an evolving economy

20th February 2018 Future proofing your warehouse model to keep up with evolving consumer demand n the 100 years post the industrial revolution, business experienced an era of slow, incremental change. In recent years, however, the so-called 4th industrial revolution has brought about exponential disruption to... 

Musina Intermodal Terminal to improve cross-border trade

26th June 2017 The Musina Intermodal Terminal (MIT), launched on Monday, is set to reduce the cost of cross-border trade, especially for bulk commodities, on the North-South trade corridor. The terminal, about 3 km outside Musina and about 13 km from the Beitbridge border post, will serve to move commodities,... 

Intermodal terminals benefit emerging smaller players

2nd June 2017 Market response to the newly established intermodal terminals in Elandsfontein, Gauteng, and Musina, Limpopo has been positive; however, industry still perceives the use of rail as a challenge. 
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Govt eyes staff cuts, hiring caps after wage deal

Government is considering layoffs and early retirement packages for staff in the public sector to avoid breaking its pledge to cut spending after unions clinched above-inflation wage increases, the Treasury said on Friday. Under a deal reached in May, the government will raise salaries of public... 

More must be done for youth development, job creation – Mabuza

The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) should be able to contribute meaningfully in answering why South Africa’s unemployment rate remains stubbornly high, at 27.7%, Deputy President David Mabuza said on Friday.   Addressing delegates at the twentieth HRDC meeting, in Johannesburg, he... 
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