One of the biggest problems facing the world is our ever-increasing energy consumption.
20 August 2019, JOHANNESBURG: The diesel revolution in South Africa has seen an increasing number of motorists turning away from fossil fuel and opting for diesel power. The trend triggered initially as a way of buying cheaper fuel, has now spawned a generation of motorists that love diesel for the fuel consumption it returns, and the power that diesel engines offer drivers.
Johannesburg, South Africa, August 2019: TATA International in Africa celebrated women in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) industries by awarding scholarships worth over R500 000 to six recipients at the 2019 South African Women in Science Awards (SAWiSA), held at the Boardwalk Hotel and Convention Centre in Port Elizabeth on Thursday 15 August.
With Cape Town dam levels hitting a new high of 81.7% and average Western Cape dam levels set to top the psychological 65% mark, the agriculture and tourism sectors in the province are eyeing better prospects in coming months.
National Women’s month, seeks to celebrate women in society’s contribution to achieving freedom in South Africa, and while historically, trucking is a heavily male dominated profession, Volvo Group and SOSNPO believes that there are many benefits of providing opportunities to female drivers in South Africa.
The construction industry has received a sign of possible better times ahead, with the nominal estimated value of civil construction projects out to tender increasing by 42% in the second quarter of this year compared to the previous quarter.