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Keep abreast with technology while SA is on lock-down

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EngineerIT will keep you abreast of developments in the world of technology throughout the lock down period and beyond with articles and news from the South African industry and from around the globe. Our print schedule may be a little disrupted, but our online presence and our Tuesday and Thursday email newsletters will continue to arrive in your mailbox.

Our web presence will be the ideal platform to keep your company and products in the forefront of your markets and customers. Talk to Merinda Lottering at 071 756 2851 about the special online rates that will be available during the lock-down period.

Companies are invited to send their articles, and product news for possible publication  to engineerit@nowmedia.co.za.

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