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Avoid extended downtime due to inadequate preparation prior to start-up after lockdown

8th May 2020 Evaluate the risk the shutdown posed to Critical Electrical Equipment (CEE) before you start up your plant after lockdown. During normal circumstances, a plant shutdown is a thoroughly planned event where several processes are precisely orchestrated to take equipment out of service, maintained... 

Unlock Your Future with Online Learning

8th May 2020 We find ourselves in scary, but fascinating times. If anything, Covid-19 has forced us to rethink life and how we approach it. Fortunately, technology has made it much easier for us to be proactive and take action towards a better future.  Do you want to come out of this pandemic stronger? Now is... 

Pragma’s socio-economic development programme makes education accessible to many

12th March 2020 Creating sustainable access to the economy for beneficiaries of socio-economic development (SED) programmes is a Pragma priority. In the past year many employees were fortunate to share Pragma’s goodwill with beneficiaries that they were personally involved with. “Any SED contributions should... 

On Key EAMS supports the smooth running of the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

12th March 2020 Pragma recently secured the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway as a new On Key EAMS client. “We are immensely honoured to partner with the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway’s technical team. We aim to help them ensure that the Cableway operation remains in tiptop condition to safely glide up and down... 

Kolosa Madikizela appointed as Managing Director of Pragma Africa

12th March 2020 Kolosa Madikizela has been appointed as Managing Director for Pragma Africa after a brief stint away from the company. Her responsibilities will include the execution of the leading asset management company’s strategic plan, looking after the company’s entire African interests as well as ensuring... 

Is your power backup investment failsafe when Eskom load shedding strikes?

12th March 2020 A wave of load shedding is hitting the country again, as you would have experienced, no doubt. This has resulted in incidents where service providers such as OR Tambo International Airport, Chris Hani Hospital and many others have been unable to operate at full capacity. We ourselves have... 
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