Apprenticeships can open exciting doors for young people
The motor body repair industry is opening doors for young men and women with a range of qualifications they can use to secure exciting career prospects in South Africa. Gone are the days when the sector was regarded as dull and dreary and for men only.
TRIASA: New industry tyre recycling body launches
The launch of TRIASA (The Tyre Recycling Industry Association of South Africa), the country’s first independent industry body, comes at a critical time for the local economy and the environment, according to Dr Mehran Zarrebini, one of the body’s founder…
Motheo TVET College – private sector engagement
For companies in the retail and motor industry the Motheo TVET College will offer a tour of the Mechanical Skills Workshop in 38 St Georges Street in Bloemfontein, before the event from 14:00 to 14:45 on
Ford Ranger wins SA Car of the Year title
The recently launched Ford Ranger has become the first bakkie to score overall victory in the South African Car of the Year competition (COTY), presented by the South African Guild of Mobility Journalists (SAGMJ).
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