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Tyre recycling scheme hits the skids
Tyre recycling scheme hits the skids
For a moment, South Africa seemed to have a working example of how to turn waste into jobs and money. But now the country’s showpiece R500‑million-a-year tyre recycling programme is being liquidated, leaving more than 30‑million old tyres as hazardous waste....
Tyre recycling plan gets go-ahead
Tyre recycling plan gets go-ahead
The Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI) went to the North Gauteng High Court in early January with an urgent application to stop the implementation of the Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa (Redisa) tyre recycling plan....
Tyre industry gets to grips with recycling
Tyre industry gets to grips with recycling
From this week all tyre manufacturers are required to have approved recycling plans, strengthening the environment department's push to make...
Tyre industry reels from 'blowout'
Tyre industry reels from 'blowout'
South African tyre-makers, which recently lost an anti-dumping case regarding the flood of cheap Chinese imports, have warned of a blowout in the...
Tyre industry left threadbare
Tyre industry left threadbare
Imports now command the majority of the South African car tyre market, causing inevitable downsizing in the industry and the loss of thousands of...
Tyre pressure economics
Tyre pressure economics
South African motorists can save R7,2-billion in fuel costs simply by maintaining the correct tyre pressure on their vehicles.
A run for your money
A run for your money
Blame it on Mr Mlabateki, the grade 11 teacher who taught business economics and English at Daliwonga in the Nineties.

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