False Bay TVET College hosted its annual Top Achievers Awards and Diploma Ceremony on 18 May at it's Khayelitsha Campus. A record number of students were recognized as Diploma Graduates, having met all the academic and workplace training required to qualify for the National Diploma.
The project is a catalyst to the R35-billion Point Waterfront development to be undertaken in three phases over the next five to 10 years.
Brazilian delegation participation at African Utility Week 2019 is expected to generate more than...
Between May 13 and 16, 11 companies in the electrical and electronic industry participated as exhibitors at African Utility Week 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa.
"It’s critical that both the public and private sector understand the new shape of procurement in South Africa as an independent function and the role of business and government in championing strong leadership, post State Capture,"
At the upcoming Hospitality Leadership Forum, sponsored by Diversey, experts in the fields of trade, industry and hospitality will assess the impact of a changing environment on these sectors across Africa, unpacking opportunities and growth potential.
The KIP development caters for all nature of tenant facilities, from large customised facilities through to smaller, economically efficient mini-factories.
Future food industry trends, drinks training, and pizza masterpieces.
African manufacturing has steadily progressed in recent years, but the continent is an awakening giant that is set to disrupt its competitive rankings within the global sector.
The South African wine grape harvest 2019 has hit a record low, largely due to the preceding drought and fluctuating weather conditions during the season. Winemakers are, however, positive about the quality of this year’s vintage.
The wind and solar parks now spreading over the vast spaces of the Northern Cape indicate that renewable energy has well and truly arrived.