ISUZU Motors South Africa joins forces with Rally to Read to promote literacy in Nelson Mandela Bay
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ISUZU Motors South Africa (ISUZU) is proud to announce its partnership with Rally to Read, an organisation committed to promoting literacy and education in South Africa. This collaboration further emphasises ISUZU's dedication to driving positive change and empowering communities through education ..read more
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Toyota Material Handling launches Vector A-series Man-Up Combis
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With the warehouse industry requiring ever-greater efficiencies, Toyota Material Handling, a division of CFAO Equipment SA, has introduced the new Vector A-series Man-Up Combi – an articulated forklift truck that revolutionises warehouse operations and promises heightened agility, unmatched precision and elevated safety standards ..read more
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Changing the Rhythm of Trucking at RFA Convention 2024
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“Cometh the hour, cometh the trucker … Remember that YOU are my man in the arena”.  These powerful words and significant call to action, spoken by Road Freight Association (RFA) Chairperson Penwell Lunga (pic above), were the high impact opening of the 2024 Convention. Themed ‘Changing the Rhythm of Trucking’, RFA Convention 2024 took place on 24 and 25 May at the Arabella Hotel in Hermanus, Western Cape ..read more
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JAC Motors opens new state-of-the-art parts warehouse
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Seven years since entering the South African market, JAC Motors SA boasts over 70 dealerships across Southern Africa, offering a variety of double-cab bakkies, forward-cab workhorses, and MCV and HCV trucks ..read more
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From big to better data: putting AI trends into practice
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1w ago
Organisations have traditionally valued volume, velocity and variety as the classic drivers of ‘big data’. However, as we start to explore the promise of increased efficiency and creativity from generative AI, we must also address the remaining two ‘Vs’ – the value and validity of our data ..read more
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THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE: BOOSTING CASH FLOW, REDUCING RISK, SAVING LIVES
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Supply chain finance is an increasingly critical aspect of supply chain management, enabling organisations to improve their cash flow, mitigate risk in their supply chains, and ensure the continuity of supply and the financial health of their suppliers, according to SAPICS (The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management ..read more
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The invisible enemy in South Africa's logistics industry
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3w ago
The South African logistics industry is the backbone of the nation's economy, playing a vital role in driving trade and ensuring smooth supply chains. However, this sector, like many others, faces a hidden threat: internal fraud. While external incidents like cargo theft usually seize headlines, the damage inflicted by employees who exploit their positions of trust can be equally, if not more, detrimental. Understanding the risk landscape of internal fraud and implementing robust counter measures is vital to securing the future of this critical industry ..read more
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Embracing cultural diversity while advancing socio-economic development
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There are two important events that are celebrated during the month of May, namely: World Day for Cultural Diversity for dialogue and development; as well as Africa Day. For people on the African continent, World Day for Cultural Diversity serves as a reminder of the importance of embracing cultural diversity as a source of strength, unity, and resilience. It encourages Africans to embrace their cultural heritage, engage in meaningful dialogue, and work together towards a brighter and more inclusive future ..read more
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No dignity, no doubt…(of failure)
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In a South African context, ‘dignity’ is a word that is often supercharged, laden with meaning and emotion. Given our dark history where apartheid stripped whole groups of people of their dignity – and because of the prevailing gap between rich and poor, with South Africa having the highest Gini coefficient in the world – we not only have to believe in dignity, we must also strive to uphold it across all aspects of society. And in fact, this is very much the premise on which South Africa’s remarkable Constitution is built ..read more
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Newly launched Dube TradeZone 2 attracts R1.8-billion in early investment
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Dube TradePort Corporation (DPTC) has officially launched Dube TradeZone 2, the second phase of the highly successful industrial precinct and special economic zone adjacent to the King Shaka International Airport. This has, to date, attracted a total of R4.6-billion in private sector investment and created more than 5,000 permanent jobs.  ..read more
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