Topics of discussion during the Forward Thinking for Maritime Education and Training Excellence conference, hosted by the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) in Durban.
Professionalization also came under the microscope at the conference and it was acknowledged that South Africa is lagging behind Kenya and Zambia in terms of professionalization of procurement.
Exposure monitoring range of analysis available to a broad range of industries, including mining, petrochemical, manufacturing, chemical and agriculture.
The project officially entered feasibility stage in early 2019, currently approaching the completion phase of the EIA.
South Africa needs to speed up the job creation potential of the Oceans Economy to reach the targets set out by Operation Phakisa in 2014. The urgency of growing jobs through suitable skills development and entrepreneurial opportunities topped the agenda at the conference.
Africa has its share of crises, but the continent is actively and successfully working on building a stable environment for both locals and tourists.
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The 2019 Joburg Indaba will take place on 2nd & 3rd October 2019 at the Inanda Club in Johannesburg. The Joburg Indaba will interrogate what the major political, economic and various industry developments of 2019 mean for the mining sector.
What many considered a watershed moment for the industry occurred earlier this year in the country’s election, with two conflicting strategies for the development of the industry put forward by the two candidates.
Building on the CTICC’s 16 years of success, the centre has launched a selection of events to grow its offering.