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Industrial

Unruly passengers on planes still a challenge - report

Jan 14 2018 22:00

Between 2007 and 2016 more than 58 000 incidents involving unruly passengers were reported to Iata, an analysis by the industry body shows.

Industrial

Denel cans R80m tender after legal threat

Jan 14 2018 06:00

State-owned arms manufacturer Denel has allegedly cancelled an R80m tender that was issued under the auspices of a company that does not exist.

Industrial

Sinopec commits to R6bn in investments if it wins Chevron SA bid

Jan 11 2018 19:05

Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel says Chinese state-owned oil company Sinopec committed to invest some R6bn in South Africa if it succeeds in acquiring the assets of Chevron SA.

Industrial

Novus Holdings moves to save water

Jan 11 2018 18:11

Novus Holdings has reduced its reliance on municipal water, having spent more than R1.7m on initiatives at its Paarl Media Cape division since early 2017.

Industrial

New CFO for Etihad Group

Jan 10 2018 16:53

Etihad Aviation Group has appointed a new group chief financial officer.

Industrial

How many hipsters does it take to change a bulb?

Jan 09 2018 18:02

The antique-style lamps that are fast becoming a design necessity for retro bars, hip restaurants and chic homes from New York to London are helping to save the Earth - and keep people buying.

Industrial

First BelugaXL super transporter rolls out

Jan 09 2018 18:01

The first structurally complete airframe for the new BelugaXL rolled out from its assembly hangar in Toulouse, France this month.

Industrial

SA, Nigeria woes to slow down Dangote Cement volumes

Jan 05 2018 13:10

Weakness in its SA and Nigerian cement markets is expected to drag down Dangote Cement’s overall volumes this year as rivals consolidate and streamline operations, say analysts.

Industrial

4 threats to aviation security - Iata

Jan 06 2018 10:00

There are four threats and five challenges to aviation security, according to the International Air Transport Association.

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Industrial

Petrobras to pay $3bn to end US graft lawsuits

Jan 05 2018 16:30

Brazil’s state-run energy explorer Petrobras has agreed to pay $2.95bn to compensate US investors who lost money when a massive corruption scandal eroded the oil giant’s market value.

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