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  • Businesses adopting flexible work policies - Troye June 18, 2021
    Business leaders are evaluating ways to enhance security and employee experience for their workforce, with Desktops-as-a-Service (DaaS) becoming the preferred option for many businesses as they move away from physical office spaces to remote working environments, says information technology (IT) services provider Troye CEO Helen Kruger. Many industries are interested in adopting a simplified desktop management solution […]
  • African IPOs lag behind global pace this year June 18, 2021
    There were no cross-border initial public offerings (IPOs) on African exchanges in the first half of this year,  multinational law firm Baker McKenzie’s ‘H1 IPO Snapshot: Unfolding Trends for 2021’ report shows. However, the continued global demand for special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) IPOs reached African shores in the first half of the year – […]
  • Blockchain-based e-livestock supply chain traceability system launched in Zimbabwe June 18, 2021
    A blockchain-based livestock traceability system was launched in Africa and the Middle East on June 17 to provide end-to-end visibility of the cattle supply chain. Zimbabwe is the first African country where the system is being rolled out.
  • Gauteng govt sets near-term road building commitments June 18, 2021
    The Gauteng provincial government has identified 18 high-capacity roads, or arterial roads, that could serve as a lever to support the province’s plans around Special Economic Zone (SEZ) development. Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo, during the budget tabling for the province on June 18, said roads infrastructure are at the core of SEZs.
  • Aref II secures almost half of targeted capitalisation June 18, 2021
    The Africa Renewable Energy Fund (Aref) II has concluded its first close at €130-million, following a joint investment of €17.5-million from The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa and the Climate Technology Fund through the African Development Bank (AfDB). Aref II, a successor to the original fund, is a ten-year closed-ended renewable energy private equity fund […]
  • AECI Much Asphalt, Origin Materials partner to create low-carbon bitumen June 18, 2021
    US carbon negative materials company Origin Materials and Southern African commercial asphalt manufacturer AECI Much Asphalt have launched a programme to create a novel low-carbon bitumen. Origin Materials produces low and negative carbon materials, with the mission to enable the world’s transition to sustainable materials, which is what the partnership aims to achieve in the […]
  • South Africa’s labour law architect Mboweni sees need for change June 18, 2021
    Tito Mboweni, the architect of many of South Africa’s labour laws, said it may be time to review them to ensure they aren’t impeding economic growth. South Africa’s current finance minister told an investment conference on Thursday that when he served as the first post-apartheid labour minister from 1994 to 1998 “we made a number […]
  • Ford’s sound experiment highlights risk of using headphones while on the move June 18, 2021
    A new sound experiment commissioned by automaker Ford shows that people listening to music on headphones are, on average, more than four seconds slower to identify potential road hazards than when not listening to music. “Sound plays a vital role in our ability to understand our environment – we very often hear important events happening […]
  • Western Cape govt appeals for challenges at Cape Town port to be addressed June 18, 2021
    Western Cape Finance and Economic Opportunities Minister David Maynier has asked the Port Consultative Committee (PCC) to consider its suggestions towards improving the operational performance at the Port of Cape Town. This follows the seventh annual Port of Cape Town Performance Roadshow, which took place on June 3.
  • CIDB conducting survey into construction tenders cancellations June 18, 2021
    Industry body the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) is researching the nature, causes and impact of cancellations of tenders on the South African construction industry and has prepared a survey to evaluate these. Western Cape Property Development Forum chairperson Deon van Zyl says the forum is sharing this information to encourage as many industry participants as possible […]