MOTORING Too hatch to handle? 2019 Toyota Corolla XR hatch review
2019 Toyota Corolla XR hatch review by Road Ahead editor Greg Simpson. To hatch to handle? Only on Africa Sideways.
21 Sep 2019
Adventure Motoring Into the wild: 2019 Ford Wildtrak review
Road Ahead editor gets into the wild: 2019 Ford Wildtrak review
26 Aug 2019
Damen Shipyards Cape Town Damen Shipyards Cape Town joins Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association
Damen Shipyards Cape Town has joined the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) in South Africa. The yard is represented in the Association by
21 Aug 2019
Motoring 2019 Ford Figo 1.5 Titanium review: Pint sized hero?
2019 Ford Figo 1.5 Titanium review: Pint sized hero?
25 Jul 2019
Trade and infrastructure World-class ports and harbours drive southern African exports and trade
The importance of the role played by ports and harbours in the socio-economic life of the nation cannot be overstated. In the words of researchers G.S.Dwarakish and Akhil Muhammad
11 Jul 2019
Shipping container industry in SA hit hard by fraud How you can prevent from becoming a victim
Shipping container fraud has been prevalent globally for the last couple of years and millions are lost to these criminal syndicates annually. The South African industry has also
04 Jul 2019
I am sailing How to be seen at sea
We all know that celebrities and billionaires love yachts. While most of the ‘A-list’ usually choose to charter yachts for vacations for a week or two, there are those
23 May 2019
Damen and De Beers Marine Namibia formalise new relationship, with Mangalia yard centre stage Damen and De Beers Marine Namibia formalise new relationship, with Mangalia yard centre stage
Damen Shipyards Group and De Beers Marine Namibia (Pty) Ltd participated in a special steel cutting ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on a new offshore vessel. In
22 May 2019
Is Copper the most suitable material Is Copper the most suitable material for use in the plumbing systems of homes, factories and office buildings?
Historically, the first recorded use of copper dates back nearly 5,000 years. A water conduit, still in a good state of preservation, was found in Abusir, the Egyptian
24 Apr 2019


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