Feb 12, 2009
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Bombela Concession Company CEO Jerome Govender
Gauteng Management Agency CEO, and Gauteng government Gautrain project leader Jack van der Merwe
University of Johannesburg Physics PhD student Claire Lee
Christy van der Merwe:
Here we see a typical smash-and-grab taking place in the city, and mere seconds later, the suspect is apprehended.
This is made possible through a network of closed circuit television cameras, and control centre, with a capital cost of some 42 million rand. The system was installed and is maintained by Omega technology solutions, and is monitored 24 hours a day.
Thys Le Grange, Omega Technology Solutions, MD:
Christy van der Merwe:
We take an in-depth look at property developers who seek an ‘open forum' with Eskom to clarify rules for new electricity connections.
We report that automatic tolling will be rolled out across Gauteng's freeways in late 2010.
And, vehicle importer Peugeot Motors South Africa reaffirms its commitment to doing business in South Africa.
And in Mining Weekly this week:
Read how Canadian miners are gearing up for the big economic chill.
We report that gold-mining major Gold Fields has invested R40-million in an uninterruptible power supply system at its South Deep mine.
And, news that JSE-listed gem-miner Diamond-Corp has been granted the mining rights for its flagship Lace project in the Free State province.
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