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When, while the lovely valley teems with vapour around me, and the meridian sun strikes the upper surface of the impenetrable foliage of my trees.

Cummins Southern Africa to launch new training school

Cummins Southern Africa to launch new training school

Cummins Southern Africa had big news to share at a media event earlier this week. The company boasted about a positive outlook in the southern African region for 2018, and shared some details on an exciting new project to be launched later in the year.

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Engen fuels maths and science

Engen fuels maths and science

Two shining stars from the Engen Maths and Science Schools (EMSS) class of 2017 are on course to reach their dreams. Makyle Naidoo and Nokwenama Gumede (both 17 and from KwaZulu-Natal) proved the success of the Engen initiative, which aims to help address the key national skills shortages in engineering and other technical fields.

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Imperial Logistics moves giants

Imperial Logistics moves giants

The news in Gauteng earlier this week was abuzz with the specialist road transport of a Boeing 737 from Jet Park to Fourways – but that’s not the only big thing to have been moved recently.

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Frosty positivity as 2018 marches on

Frosty positivity as 2018 marches on

With the political about-turn of recent months taking hold of the country, renewed confidence in business is beginning to show. This is certainly true for trailer and bodies manufacturer Serco, which has seen an encouraging uptick in orders this year so far.

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Long-live Isuzu

Long-live Isuzu

After months of speculation surrounding its future, following the withdrawal of General Motors from the South African market, Isuzu Motors South Africa (IMSAf) has officially been launched.

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