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Chamber of Commerce to host 1st Witbank annual Golf Day

Chamber of Commerce to host 1st Witbank annual Golf Day

The Witbank Chamber of Commerce and Industry is preparing to host its 1st annual Golf Day on 31 January 2020 in an effort to raise funds for its programs
013NEWS is charged R35k for using June 1976 photo

013NEWS is charged R35k for using June 1976 photo

Mpumalanga's online newspaper 013NEWS is being charged an amount of R35 000 for using Sam Nzima's iconic June 1976 photograph
Rhino Poaching: New technology will see rangers respond within 60 seconds

Rhino Poaching: New technology will see rangers respond within 60 seconds

A new technology could see incidents of rhino poaching in the Kruger National Park being attended to within a period of 60 seconds.
Fred Arendse cries Australian sabotage in failed Lily Mine deal

Fred Arendse cries Australian sabotage in failed Lily Mine deal

Emerging mining business leader Fred Arendse is crying foul at his failed attempts to own the embattled Lily gold mine in Barberton. 
Patrice Motsepe prepares Nkomati Mine's total shut down

Patrice Motsepe prepares Nkomati Mine’s total shut down

Billionaire Patrice Motsepe has announced the closure of his Nkomati nickel mine in Mpumalanga, which will see thousands of workers losing employment.
Exxaro celebrates 2 years fatality-free

Exxaro celebrates 2 years fatality-free

Coal mining giant Exxaro Resources has recorded a period of just over 2 years of fatality-free production at all of its mines.
SANTACO looking to embrace "new ways" to dump petrol

SANTACO looking to embrace “new ways” to dump petrol

The SA national taxi council (SANTACO) supports a move that will see the taxi industry dumping petrol for good and embracing new ways that are cheaper. 
'Crucial steps' to end widespread protests near mining communities

‘Crucial steps’ to end widespread protests near mining communities

An agreement between the coal mining sector and the communities around where mining takes place in Mpumalanga has been described as “crucial steps” in restoring peace and investor confidence.
Court thwarts Fred Arendse's bid to own Lily Mine

Court thwarts Fred Arendse’s bid to own Lily Mine

Businessman Fred Arendse has been thwarted by a high court judgement from becoming the new owner of the troubled Lily Mine in Barberton. 
Unisa helps Bushbuckridge municipality empower locals with know-how in recycling

Unisa helps Bushbuckridge municipality empower locals with know-how in recycling

Unisa is entering into an agreement with the Bushbuckridge municipality for a programme that will see the locals' knowledge in recycling improved.

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