The area around coal-fired plants owned by Eskom ranks as the world’s second largest hotspot of sulphur dioxide emissions, according to Greenpeace.
Government is being sued for failing to crack down on some of the world’s worst air pollution emitted by power plants operated by Eskom and refineries owned by Sasol.
Sasol employees have begun moving into the South African energy and chemicals company’s giant, hi-tech new head office in Sandton, north of Johannesburg. The building, Sasol Place, located at 50 Katherine Street, cost R2bn
Google has emerged as the most attractive employer among professionals in the technology and engineering sector, according to a new survey. Students, meanwhile, rate Transnet tops in the same sector. Employer branding company
MTN’s black economic empowerment share scheme, MTN Zakhele, says its imminent listing on the JSE’s BEE board will provide shareholders with regulatory certainty for trading their shares. This is after the Financial Services Board
GreenpowerZA, a nonprofit organisation, is hoping to change the way South African children approach the difficult subjects of science and mathematics by teaching them how to design, build and race electric cars. It hopes to foster an interest among youngsters
Fuel retailer Engen and logistics company UTi Distribution have announced plans to roll out e-commerce lockers at Engen forecourts, starting in Sandton in Johannesburg. The news comes just months after Makro announced that it was working
In this hour-long edition of the TalkCentral podcast, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg discuss – and sometimes rant about – the big news stories of the week. And there’s plenty to talk about. First up on the agenda is Telkom’s launch of LTE-Advanced and its decision
Makro has announced plans to invest in online “click and collect” lockers at Sasol petrol station forecourts. “Informed by the experience of companies such as Walmart-owned Asda, Makro is acquiring access to sites to enable delivery of online customer orders to conveniently located secure lockers, making
Telkom has appointed communications expert Jacqui O’Sullivan as its managing executive for group communication and public relations, replacing Praveen Naidoo, who is leaving the telecommunications operator. O’Sullivan, who has