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Business Rescue: A lifeline to companies experiencing financial difficulty

Business Rescue: A lifeline to companies experiencing financial difficulty

Business rescue is a process instituted by the directors of a company, or affected person(s), to facilitate the financial rehabilitation of a company that is financially distressed. Attie Schlechter and Koos Benadie, attorneys and experienced business rescue practitioners, and Olga Kotzé, a business rescue practitioner and financial advisor registered with the Financial Services Board, explain the procedure

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A powerhouse of production

A powerhouse of production

A year ago we hailed the MAN Truck & Bus Pinetown assembly plant for its endeavour to become carbon neutral and as energy efficient as possible. Has the system been a success?

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Safety: soaring to new heights

Safety: soaring to new heights

When HSE Excellence Europe started ten years ago, it attracted a handful of attendees. In stark contrast, this year’s event enticed just under 200 delegates – and they truly represented the who’s who of the global SHEQ fraternity. CHARLEEN CLARKE joined them in Frankfurt

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Professionalisation through professional bodies

Professionalisation through professional bodies

To be classified as a “professional”, one needs to have moved through a number of stages of education and experience to qualify for acceptance by a professional body. MICHAEL BRANDT climbs the steps to explore what’s required

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Safety programmes and no legal compliance

Safety programmes and no legal compliance

With all the negativity surrounding the effect of South African power utilities on the environment, it was refreshing for MICHAEL BRANDT to encounter a utility company that has successfully consolidated its services and reached global benchmarks in health and safety controls.

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Forestry safety gear

Forestry safety gear

Working in forestry can be a hazardous occupation. CLAIRE RENCKEN highlights some of the essential components of personal protective equipment (PPE) for employees in this industry

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Safe farming

Safe farming

Usually when we think of safety in the workplace, we imagine an office environment. What about farmers – how can they keep their workplace safe? CLAIRE RENCKEN investigates

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