In the July/August issue of SEIFSA News

Annual Wage Increase
No further changes to employment conditions for the second year of the three year agreement. The wage rates effective from 1 July 2016. See issue.

Environmental Stewardship
Environmental stability is very important. We take a closer look at how Steloy Castings takes the initiative on environmental stewardship and how they got to win the SEIFSA Awards for Excellence. See issue.

Women of steel
We chat to Noma Nibe of Steloy Castings and Ntsakisi Mkhize of Voith Turbo SA about boardrooms and work floors in this Women’s Month-themed issue. We take a closer look at how these phenomenal women handle the pressures of being in a male-dominated industry. See issue.

State of the metals and engineering sector
Henk Langenhoven, SEIFSA’s Chief Economist, speaks on the state of the sector and also compares it with our predictions at the beginning of 2016. See issue.

Priorities and B-BBEE Codes
The dynamics of Broad- Based Black Economic Empowerment have changed. In this issue of SEIFSA News, we take a closer look at the points that need to be achieved within skills development. See issue.

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Press Release – 2016/05/31: SEIFSA AWARD WINNERS MAKE THEIR MARK

JOHANNESBURG, 27 May 2016 – The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) today announced winners of its 2nd Annual Awards for Excellence. The top performing companies were unveiled at a breakfast that took place before the commencement of the second day of the Southern African Metals and Engineering Indaba taking place at the IDC Conference Centre in Sandton.

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