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Alcohol testing a priority for mines

10th November 2023 It is a top health and safety priority to ensure that mineworkers do not enter mines after having consumed any alcohol, or with any alcohol remaining in their blood the day after consumption, as this can inhibit their ability to work safely. Alcohol Breathalysers is a specialist business that... 

Alcohol Breathalysers (Pty) Ltd

7th November 2023 Alcohol Breathalysers supplies the iBlow10 no-contact breathalyser, a high speed no-contact alcohol breathalyser screener for testing drivers at road blocks and workers entering industrial sites and mines. The iBlow10 provides up to 12 tests per minute without the use of mouth pieces and offers... 

Alcohol Breathalysers

27th January 2023 Alcohol Breathalysers was established in 2004 with the aim to make reliable, affordable and accurate digital breathalysers available to ensure that all businesses and individuals can gain access to alcohol testing equipment. 

Alcohol Breathalysers to expand service, range of breathalysers

6th September 2022 Alcohol testing equipment supplier Alcohol Breathalysers Pty Ltd says that it will remain focused on expanding its service & range of breathalysers into new African markets, as well as improve turnaround times for servicing its existing customer base. The company is cautiously optimistic about... 
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Zimbabwe asks miners to ramp up gold output to support ZiG currency

Zimbabwe has asked gold miners across the country to ramp up output to support the ZiG currency launched last month, according to Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando. “This new currency is anchored on gold production, we have to determine ways to increase production,” Chitando... 

Reserve Bank warns carbon taxes may cut exports by 10%

South African economic growth could be severely stunted if carbon taxes are widely imposed on its exports, according to a new report by the country’s central bank. The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) said the hit could reach 10% of exports and more than 9% of gross domestic product in 2050... 
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