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Nov 08, 2002
A cost-effective alternative to conventional dust fall-out monitoring technology has been designed and developed by local company, Gerry Kuhn Environmental and Hygiene Engineering (GKEHE) and is in operation at numerous mines and industries in South Africa and Botswana.
Nov 08, 2002
Global climate change, caused by emissions of so-called greenhouse gases, is widely acknowledged as the most serious environmental problem the world has ever faced.
Nov 08, 2002
The largest problem facing the environment in South Africa is water pollution.
Nov 06, 2002
South Africa's dependence on private transport and the amount that is spent on it is clearly a cause for concern.
Nov 01, 2002
As South African companies continue to enter export markets, the ability of the local infrastructure to meet increasing traffic demand is being questioned.
Nov 01, 2002
The continuous availability of work is a problem facing the South African rail transportation market, which has resulted in a relatively rough year for suppliers, contractors and subcontractors serving the industry.
Nov 01, 2002
In what will be a first for Africa, GE Transportation Systems is to modernise the control systems of Cameroon rail operator, CamRail’s fleet with the its latest microprocessor technology, known as the BrightStar system.
Nov 01, 2002
South Africa’s dependance on private transport and the amount that is spent on it is clearly a cause for concern.
Nov 01, 2002
It seems there will be a happy ending to the story of Germiston’s Gosforth Park racecourse after all.
Nov 01, 2002
The largest transport project to be undertaken in South Africa’s history, the rapid-rail link dubbed the Gautrain, will see R7-million rand spent a day on the project for 1 200 days, from February 2004 till the end of 2006 or early 2007.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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