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31 August 2021

The festival that got South African tour guides back on their feet

31 August 2021 – What happens when you’re a tour guide and the world ‘locks down’? You experience no income for 61 weeks – or more. This was the reality faced by Shelley Mileham, a 49-year-old, self-employed tour guide based in Cape Town. Jehaad Masoed, a 36-year-old Salt River resident and tour guide faced a […]

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SMEs in South Africa remain resilient despite instability

31 August 2021 – Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa has remained resilient despite the recent instability. This is according to research based on the latest data by Skynamo Industry Thermometer.     Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are essential to South Africa’s economic health and should play a critical role in the economic

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UMS brings in the heavyweights at Karowe in Botswana

31 August 2021 – United Mining Services (UMS) is bringing in the heavyweight shaft sinkers at the Karowe Diamond mine in Botswana. With a team comprising some of the most experienced professionals in shaft sinking, United Mining Services (UMS) is gearing up for the pre-sinking of two shafts for the Karowe Underground Mine Expansion Project

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