On 12 March 1969, Air Products South Africa (Pty) Ltd officially started its journey as a Southern African controlled company.
The drive to start producing renewable energy is growing, and researchers and companies in the North West are investigating several options.
A recent upgrade, which cost in the region of R1-billion, is paying off with increased conference bookings for the resort destination.
North West MEC for Social Development, Hoffman Galeng, calls for action from young people.
Get news and analysis of the most important sectors, with a regional overview covering the strategic thinking behind plans to attract investment into the province.
Africa’s energy potential is enormous, yet only a fraction of it is being currently employed.
Research and training in tourism give the province a competitive edge.
Continuous improvement has always been a core part of Air Products’ business culture and is not only aimed at providing a benefit to customers, but also to employees and other stakeholders.
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Two friends who started their own mechanical workshop in Rustenburg eight months ago with one employee have already employed three more mechanics to keep up with the demand.