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Konica Minolta South Africa forms a three way alliance to protect rhino orphans

10. Dec 2014

It has become universally accepted that the fate of wildlife in Africa is dependent on the commitment and support of communities living adjacent to conservation reserves. The rise in organised crime in sub-Saharan Africa is directly linked to the rise in rhino and elephant poaching in the region. This scourge can only be combatted with the establishment of structures that align the economic interests of the local community with the welfare of the wildlife, thus making each one dependent on...

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Konica Minolta South Africa teams up with the bizhub Highveld Lions for the tenth year

21. Nov 2014

Bidvest company, Konica Minolta South Africa's title sponsorship of the bizhub Highveld Lions, has headed into its tenth season, making it the longest partnership in the history of franchise cricket. The partnership was launched in the 2004/2005 season, and has grown as the bizhub Highveld Lions team has become a household name; with Konica Minolta’s flagship brand, bizhub, becoming the name associated with the team.

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Is printing still an art?

18. Nov 2014

Litho printing is one of the few printing processes that is used as both an art form and commercially, with machine minders still having a sense of pride in the quality of the print that they produce; man and machine working in harmony to produce high quality print output. A good litho machine will produce good print quality; however an experienced and proud machine minder will be able to produce excellent print quality with the same machine and therein lies the art of printing. However, with...

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Konica Minolta South Africa’s East London branch support the Southborne Primary School golf day

15. Nov 2014

On 15 November, 2014, a number of staff from Konica Minolta South Africa’s East London branch attended the Southborne Primary School golf day held in Queenstown, which was sponsored by the branch.