The event Women Dive In! Career Opportunities in the Maritime Sector hosted by the SA International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) in partnership with the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA-SA) and African Marine Solutions (AMSOL) in Cape Town this week was attended by approximately 100 women.
Supported by the Western Cape Government and Host City, the City of Cape Town, dmg events are delighted to announce the 7th annual Cape Construction Expo and 6th Cape Industries Showcase co-located from 11-12 September 2019 at Sun Exhibits, GrandWest.
Motherson & BACS (an incubatee company at Ford Incubation Centre) recently obtained their Ford Q1 status, making it the third company on site that has achieved this.
The continent boasts an expanding young population and an urbanisation rate considered to be the fastest in the world. By 2034, Africa is projected to have a larger workforce than China and India.
The likely granting of licences to small-scale power producers to sell excess power to the grid, will open up the market and help small manufacturers to cover the cost of installing generating capacity.
Air Products is well known as a key supplier of industrial gases nationally. In the Western Cape there are customers from a variety of industries, and it is good to know that Air Products has played a role in the growth of businesses.
Only 11% of the Free State’s primary agricultural production is processed within the province’s boundaries, but available industrial land presents opportunities for agri-processing investment.
KwaZulu-Natal Manufacturing Indaba aims to make a sustainable and positive impact on provincial manufacturing communities, empowering local industrialists to grow and prosper.
A gender revolution has begun in what were exclusively male industries, led by a still-tiny vanguard of women artisans produced by South Africa’s TVET College system.
The East Cape Automotive Industry Forum (ECAIF) has set five-year targets for growth of the local automotive industry.