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Mark Wilson

17th May 2024 This week we profile Mark Wilson, CEO for Europe, Middle East and Africa as well as Asia Pacific at SYSPRO, a provider of enterprise resource planning software 

MEMSA brings together key mining, manufacturing industry role players and equipment manufacturers at 2023 Mind Shift Conference & Awards

7th July 2023 South Africa has a long intertwined history of mining as well as the manufacture of equipment for mining and has been a site for innovation for the mining industry since its early beginnings. Recognising the need to cultivate and nurture this innovative and resilient spirit, the Mandela Mining... 

Transitions present opportunities for African miners, manufacturers

24th May 2023 There are three broad transitions under way that are likely to have a considerable impact on the mining and manufacturing sectors in South Africa and Africa, especially given the demand for critical minerals. This was noted by South Africa’s Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC)... 

Bulela Mgobozi

12th May 2023 This week we profile Bulela Mgobozi, product manager at SYSPRO Africa, a software development and enterprise resource planning company  
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