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Konica Minolta South Africa launches the highly anticipated AccurioPress C4080 Series

14. Dec 2020

Konica Minolta South Africa’s AccurioPress C3080 Series has been tremendously popular in the local market, and now its successor has arrived on local shores. The AccurioPress C4080 Series offer fully configured entry-level presses that deliver unrivalled production possibilities. This versatility enables print companies to grow their business in different segments of the print and packaging market

Konica Minolta instils an appreciation for the importance of the environment in Lydenburg’s youth

07. Dec 2020

Konica Minolta South Africa’s Nelspruit branch has donated 30 much-needed shade trees to Lydenburg’s Marambane Primary School this November. This donation and tree planting took place in association with the highly regarded NPO, Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA), and as part of a decade long greening partnership. The trees will transform the shared spaces these learners spend time in, providing shade and clean air, regenerating the environment, increasing biodiversity, and also ensuring a more...

Konica Minolta encourages a love of the environment among Bethlehem’s youth

27. Nov 2020

In association with highly regarded NPO, Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA), and as part of a decade long partnership with Konica Minolta South Africa, Bethlehem Konica Minolta, an authorised dealer of Konica Minolta South Africa, donated 10 shade-giving and indigenous trees to local school, Jordania Primary.

Konica Minolta grows ecological awareness at East Rand school

24. Nov 2020

In line with Konica Minolta’s longstanding commitment to greening South Africa and sharing the benefits of trees with communities across the country, the team from Konica Minolta Gauteng, an authorised dealer of Konica Minolta South Africa and current ‘Dealer of the Year’ Award Winner for 2019/2020, recently visited Nokuphila Primary School in Tembisa, to plant five of the 20 trees they recently donated and to teach learners about their importance