Cutting-Edge Digital Tools In The Construction Industry

Digital tools will play a key role in ensuring the future sustainability of the construction industry as the national lockdown in South Africa moves to a risk-adjusted, phased-down approach.

It Is A (Wo)man’s World

Invincible Valves drives employment equity.

CDE Ranks Among UK’s Fastest Growing Companies

CDE Global, an industry-leading solutions provider, was recently placed 169th in the 10th annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.

Putting The Arts Back Into Education

Mandy Collins finds out why arts subjects need to be a part of every child’s education.

The Future Of Transport

Megan Ellis speaks to the CEO of the Transport Education Training Authority about the skills needed for logistics in the future.

Decisions, Decisions

Choosing subjects for Grade 10 is an important decision that might influence the course of a child’s studies at tertiary level and their future career. And then again, it might not. By Nia Magoulianiti-McGregor.

MMP Announces Isidingo Drill Design Challenge Finalists

The Mandela Mining Precinct (MMP), which recently launched the Isidingo Drill Design Challenge, has announced three finalists – Novatek, HPE and Fermel.

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The Benefits Of Embracing Science

Studying science seems like a no-brainer, given that we live in a world where science, technology and engineering are all around us. But science teaches children other skills too, writes Mandy Collins.

A Great Believer In Luck

It was a series of “fortunate coincidences” that led Celiwe Ross from a career in mining to one in financial services.

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In Defence Of The Humanities

With the nation focused on addressing the shortage of STEM skills, Anthony Sharpe ponders the state – and status – of the humanities.

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Facing Up To A Shifting Future

Though changes have been made to the contentious Mining Charter, the new version will still have a significant impact on how mining engineers and consultants do their jobs.

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Rebuilding SA’s Infrastructure Industry

The country has gone from enjoying a multibillion-rand construction project pipeline to facing a virtual vacuum in a relatively short space of time. Rebuilding from here is going to require careful thought and long-term planning.

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Successful Structural Steel Warehouse Project In KZN

A recently completed project, the Pepkor Warehouse in Hammarsdale serves as a distribution centre for the Pepkor group.

Mining Construction: Fierce Competition

A lack of investment in large mining projects, due to the economic downturn, means the construction industry in this sector continues to struggle.

Water Technology Innovations

SALGA partners with a sister organisation in the Netherlands to help deliver on its mandate to provide municipalities with access to this precious resource, reports Shantalie Hewavasenti.