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Unlocking potential through on-the-job training

Making up 36.2% of South Africa’s total population, young people (15 to 34) hold significant potential for South Africa’s future. But it is unlocking this potential that remains a serious challenge. While many youths are breaking new ground by becoming the first of...

Caminex 2018

Fostering cross-border business partnerships is important to National Stainless Steel Centre for increasing employment prospects, strengthening businesses, and prospering economies in the SADC region. That’s why we visiting Zambia to showcase our expertise at Africa’s...

A continental shift: Connectivity is key

Africa’s population growth is forecasted to expand from 1.2 billion today, to 2.5 billion by 2050 and, consequently, intensive planning is needed for this unparalleled growth – not just economically, but from an infrastructural perspective as well. Infrastructure...

Stainless steel: Unparalleled flexibility that lasts

Consumerism has forged its way into human culture since the early 1900s. Corporations, especially in the post-war era, planted the seed in the consumer’s mind that the product they were enjoying would become outdated at some point and that it should be replaced by a...

Equipped for Industry 4.0

Business organisations are expected to stay a step ahead of change in order to remain competitive and relevant in their markets. The business of the future needs to be at the forefront of innovation, deliberately deploying next-generation technologies like the...

A Decade Of Precision

At its inception, National Stainless Steel Centre’s core focus was to provide high-quality stainless steel, alloys, duplex and super duplex to its discerning clients. The original 2 000m² facility in Jet Park, on Johannesburg’s East Rand, housed one CO²  3kW laser,...
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