We are very excited about entering the South African market and look forward to great results for Julian and his team” NASHVILLE, TN, USA, June 14, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / — N-Hance Wood Refinishing has signed a Master Franchise agreement with South African entrepreneur Julian Peters, continuing an aggressive expansion that has produced continued growth in multiple international markets – alongside a thriving U.S. presence that now numbers more than 500 locations.
While South Africans worry about the prospect of blackouts thanks to protests at power utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., the company's own office lights just went out. Workers are picketing at the northern Johannesburg headquarters, as well as blocking the entrance to power stations around the country after Eskom, which supplies almost all of South Africa's power, insisted it can't afford a pay increase this year.
Mayor Herman Mashaba suspends senior councillor in South Africa's Johannesburg Council after declaring the city is a friend with Israel. A senior councillor in South Africa's Johannesburg Council was suspended by the mayor after she made a public declaration that the city was a “friend” of Israel.
Temple of light: Eighteen enlarged ink drawings by celebrated Mapungubwe architect Peter Rich are on display at the Venice Biennale Five years ago, in a show of faith in South African artists and architects, the arts and culture department secured a 20-year lease for an exhibition venue in Venice's former shipyards. The lease offers South African cultural administrators the certainty of a well-positioned venue in the Sale d'Armi to organise displays and generate international exposure for their exhibitions during the run of the Venice Biennale, a ritzy exhibition that every year alternates between art and architecture.
Cash-in-transit workers plan on marching in major cities on Tuesday following a spate of heists around the country. Members from the Federation of Unions of SA and the Motor Transport Workers Union , are expected to march in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
Metered taxi operators say Uber and Taxify operators need to play on the same level field as them. File photo: Kai Pfaffenbach / Reuters Pretoria – Metered taxi operators say Uber and Taxify management do not own taxis and should not make submissions on behalf of e-hailing public transport services at Competition Commission public hearings.
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When Jacob Zuma stepped down as president a few months ago, many people were teasing us members of the fourth estate that we would have nothing to write about, writes Mondli Makhanya . South African triathlete Mhlengi Gwala, who underwent leg surgery following a brutal chainsaw attack in Durban three months ago, started walking without crutches.
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