Fuel Storage Tanks by Western Global
by Western Global on 20 June 2017
Western Global offer an extensive range of double-walled, self bunded fuel tanks and containers suited for a wide range of industries and applications. Designed for stationary, transportable, or offshore use, all of our fuel storage solutions comply with worldwide approvals and standards to operate safely and efficiently. With capacities ranging from 435 to 106,700 litres, you can be sure there is a storage tank ava...
Marketing Indaba offers key learning and fresh ideas for Marketers
by Editor on 26 April 2017
It is time for marketers to take some time out to regroup, rethink, learn and network at the annual Marketing Indaba in Cape Town and Johannesburg. In an increasingly connected marketplace and a world of “sameness”, marketing professionals strive harder than ever to stand out and produce better results. To achieve this, marketers need to stay at the forefront of market trends, branding and the integrated com...
Rehabilitation of natural wetlands at Renishaw Hills' Development
by Editor on 14 February 2017
A well-orchestrated programme of invasive alien plant removal, excavation and re-planting of indigenous vegetation, in an effort to restore the area’s natural wetlands, has begun at Renishaw Hills within the Mpambanyoni Conservation Development on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast. The Renishaw Hills development – a new mature lifestyle village near Scottburgh - is centred on the natural beauty of the region with...
R6.5 million Fund for Cape Innovators
by Editor on 17 October 2016
Innovation in the Western Cape is set to get another healthy boost, with the announcement today (Friday, 14 October 2016) that designers, inventors, entrepreneurs and product developers  can apply for grants of up to half a million Rands each from the second round of the Design Innovation Seed Fund (DISF). The DISF is a project of the Cape Craft and Design Institute (CCDI) with investment and management funds re...
Free seeds at Vergelegen during Arbor Week
by Editor on 20 September 2016
Vergelegen shares seeds from ancient yellowwood tree South Africa celebrates Arbor Week annually during the first week of September, and Vergelegen Estate in Somerset West has continued its tradition of offering visitors free seeds from its ancient Outeniqua Yellowwood. Vergelegen’s arboreal specimen of Podocarpaceae, the country’s national tree, is estimated to be 150-400 years old. Some 500 packets of see...
Longridge gets impressive scores in ATKIN’S Report
by Editor on 16 September 2016
Jasper Raats and the Longridge wine making team continue to impress critics with ten wines from their portfolio scoring 90 and more points in the definitive Tim Atkin’s 2016 SA Report, which was released yesterday. The flagship wines were once again in favour with the Longridge Clos du Ciel Chardonnay top scoring with 95 points. This single vineyard white was also included in Atkin’s Wines of the Year in the ...
Pinotage Day promises loads of fun
by Editor on 14 September 2016
Wellington Wines will be celebrating International Pinotage Day with a fun-filled Pinotage Celebration on Saturday, 8 October, to honour South Africa’s only indigenous grape varietal. The day promises lots of activities for young and old at the Bovlei tasting venue in Bainskloof Road, Wellington from 08h00 – 14h00. The festivities kick off with a hilarious Pinotage Pilates session during which standard Pilates ...
New Chief Winemaker for KWV
by Editor on 13 September 2016
Cape Town, 9th September, 2016 – KWV has appointed Wim Truter as its new Chief Winemaker. He brings thirteen years of international and local wine industry experience to one of SA’s most revered producers.   Originally from the Strand, Truter finished his studies at the University of Stellenbosch in 2003 and worked in Australia, USA and France for 2 years. He started his career in SA at Nederburg, in Paarl, wh...
Fishing organisation develops successful female employees
by Editor on 29 August 2016
Many of the women that have risen through the ranks at Sea Harvest come from humble beginnings; training and mentorship programmes have developed them into leading women within the organisation. Pictured above from left to right are some of the leading ladies at Sea Harvest’s Saldanha Bay plant, Gillian Felaar, Palesa Molelle, Idolene Macca and Sthoko Nyawo, who have benefitted from growth and skills development op...
Xylem Harnesses the Heavy Metal with its New Marketing Manager, Lorraine Smart
by Editor on 29 August 2016
Xylem Water Solutions South Africa, is proud to announce the appointment of its new marketing manager; Lorraine Smart. With decades of experience and a hands-on approach, Smart beat out a slew of candidates for the position. The avid ACDC-fan is set to bring her unique skillset and industry know-how to the role to further expand Xylem Water Solutions’ reputation as a global thought-leader. Lorraine Smart is not ...
WEC Projects acquires majority stake in IWC
by Editor on 12 July 2016
ISANDO, JOHANNESBURG, 12 July 2016 – WEC Projects (Pty) Ltd, a contractor specialising in turnkey water and wastewater treatment solutions in South Africa, has acquired a majority stake in Industrial Water Cooling (Pty) Ltd (IWC), a company specialising in cooling tower and industrial cooling solutions, IWC announced today. The partnership is effective immediately and replaces private equity company, MEDU Capital...
Farmers to gather at Potch AgriWorks Expo
by CADEK Media on 07 July 2016
AgriWorks Expo is a regional showcase of the latest farming equipment, products, services and supplies. The event is open to all and focuses on farmers, landscapers, gardeners, facility managers and the general public. Many of the exhibits also include items for the handy man and keen gardener. Apart from the agricultural focus the expo also offer general and food stalls. Visit www.agriworks.co.za for more informatio...
Vineyard Investment Delivers World- Class Wines
by Editor on 24 May 2016
PIONEERING VINEYARD INVESTMENT DELIVERS WORLD-CLASS WINES 24 May 2016 As the Western Cape eases into autumn, leaves in many vineyards are turning fine shades of red. However, many visitors are unaware that this colour is a tell-tale sign of a virus that is having a dire impact on wine production and its economic viability. The good news, however, is that a pioneering, multi-million rand project, which has s...
Durban is the best city in the world for Surfski
by Editor on 17 May 2016
KWAZULU-NATAL, DURBAN, MAY 2016 - KwaZulu-Natal’s sunny Durban is a surfski paradise famous worldwide for its golden beaches, big waves and exhilarating downwind racing conditions. The city is home to some of the world’s greatest surfski paddlers, and hosts the world’s largest surfski series, breaking world records for paddler numbers. It is the number one city in the world to live in if you’...
The Inaugural Land Rover Durban HIGHGOAL
by Editor on 06 May 2016
The inaugural Land Rover Durban HIGHGOAL will bring high quality polocrosse action to the Durban Shongweni Club from 27 to 29 May. This will be a festive, family event with spectacular equestrian action, children’s entertainment, music and food on offer throughout the weekend.
Marketing Indaba promise to up-skill marketers
by Marketing Indaba on 06 May 2016
It is time for marketers to take some time out to re-group, gather and learn at the annual Marketing Indaba where this year’s theme is “Engage, Convert, Retain”. In an increasingly connected marketplace, companies and brands need to engage deeply with their target markets, convert them to become customers in some way and delight them to retain their business for the long run. But this is easier said than do...
International judge attends Highland Gathering & Lifestyle Expo
by Editor on 18 April 2016
The 52nd Highland Gathering and Lifestyle Expo - taking place at Hutchison Park fields, Amanzimtoti, on Saturday 30 April - is set to be an incredible family-fun event with organisers welcoming international judge, Bob Worrall, as one of this year’s highlights. Organised by the Amanzimtoti Lions Club, the Highland Gathering – the biggest collection of pipe bands in South Africa - is a huge boost to the local ...
AngelShack’s antibacterial office furniture boosts efficiency
by Editor on 06 April 2016
A large section of the South African workforce spends the majority of the day at an office workstation. This close proximity to people and objects means office workers come into contact with about 10 million disease-causing bacteria every day resulting in lost productivity through sick leave.
Advance your career with FTI
by Editor on 15 March 2016
KwaZulu-Natal residents are again provided with the unique opportunity to advance their career opportunities by gaining insights into the world of business analysis through Faculty Training Institute’s (FTI) Certificate Programme in Business Analysis (CPBA).
Engen Refinery celebrates International Literacy Day
by Editor on 14 September 2015
Engen Refinery celebrates International Literacy Day with mobile library donation Durban, 8 September – Engen Refinery opened up a world of imagination and knowledge for scores of local learners with a donation of eight (8) mobile libraries to Durban East Primary School. “As we celebrate International Literacy Day on Tuesday, 8 September, we are reminded of the fact that literacy is a human right and the f...