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A group of Somali nationals from the Diaspora have returned home to set up the country's first soft drinks company. Using a South African brand and locally grown fruit, they have set out to create their own unique soda flavours
Thanks to a photovoltaic system, the MAN Truck & Bus plant in Pinetown, South Africa has been a climate-neutral production site since 2015 – and the first carbon-neutral truck factory in Africa. Covering almost 6,300 square meters, at the end of 2014 the system came on stream as a stand-alone source of renewable power for the plant. This not only allows MAN Truck & Bus to make a contribution to climate protection, but keeps it independent of fluctuations in energy prices. Read the story at: https://go.man/CaIr3ieK
Trade unionists in Lesotho are accusing foreign-owned factories of underpaying workers. The southern African country suffers from high unemployment, extreme poverty and a shrinking economy. Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports from Maseru, Lesotho. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
It's a sector being described as Nigeria's new oil; the tomato industry. Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote is hoping to change tomato production in the country, with a giant factory that will boost domestic output, create jobs, and even, indirectly, fight Boko Haram.
PUMA supplier factory Impahla Clothing based near Cape Town in South Africa manufactures PUMA apparel collections. Impahla Clothing undergoes regular factory audits by the PUMA.Safe team to ensure that PUMA's social and working conditions are adhered to.
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China- Africa economic relations continue to grow. Recently, the Chinese HI sense company in South Africa launched a new factory aimed at providing local consumers with high- end products at affordable prices. HI sense Company is South Africa's major electronic appliances production base.
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The grand tour of the Staycold South African factory where all of our Staycold rage is produced! Staycold is a manufacturer of commercial refrigeration with a global presence, dedicated to supporting the needs of leading food and beverage brands. Our back bar coolers have been rated by the Carbon Trust as number 1 for both performance and energy efficiency. In 1979 the business was founded in Parys South Africa, where our factory is still located. Staycold is the market leader in South Africa and from there we export our bottle coolers to markets as diverse as Scandinavia and Australia, as well as Europe and Africa. In 1998, an Export office was established in Chester, United Kingdom, to manage global brand relationships and to spearhead export growth. Staycold has a second brand, Rhino...
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On Wednesday (27/4) South Africa's new national flag will be hoisted in the nine cities where provincial assemblies will be based after the country's first all-race elections. Factories have been working at full speed to produce the multi-coloured banner of black, yellow, green, white, blue and red, which will replace the current orange, white and blue flag. SHOWS JOHANNESBURG 22/4: front of Flag Craft building ms inside the printing factory lots of flags visible workers prepare them women sewing the flags looking happy tony a. hampson-tindale, managing director of flagcraft sot (english): "we have to get substantial number of flags.. staff working 24 hours a day.. not seeing their family..good for business and country".. various shots of women sewing ext. building fl...
A video of our solar manufacturing facility. Manufacturing chocolate, sauces, spices and plastic.