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Simone Liedtke

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PTM subsidiary, Capricorn municipality ink plan to increase water supply

19th June 2018 Waterberg JV Resources, the operating company of the Waterberg Joint Venture (JV), has entered into an agreement with the Capricorn district municipality, in Limpopo, to jointly develop a water supply management plan to increase the water supply and infrastructure capacity for both the local... 

Attacq appoints new CEO, CFO

19th June 2018 JSE-listed Attacq has appointed Melt Hamman CEO and Raj Nana CFO and executive director, with immediate effect. “After a rigorous process we are delighted to permanently appoint Melt as the CEO. Melt has provided the team with clear direction and guidance as interim CEO and has a strong history... 

First equipment brings relief to Ngqura port maintenance

19th June 2018 The Port of Ngqura, located in Port Elizabeth, has received its first piece of maintenance equipment since the port became operational in 2009. Valued at about R1.8-million, a crane truck was specifically modified to meet the port’s unique requirements. 

Trans Hex expects to widen FY loss

19th June 2018 Diamond miner Trans Hex expects to report a loss a share of 175.6c for the financial year ended March 31, compared with a loss a share of 173.6c in the prior financial year. The company further expects to report a headline loss a share of 216.5c, compared with a headline loss a share of 114.6c in... 

Female civil engineer appointed Saice Amathole region chair

19th June 2018 Engineering and architecture company GIBB technologist Onke Ngacu has been appointed chairperson of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (Saice) Amathole region. She is the first black woman to hold the position. 

Afrimat Construction Index reflects downward trend in construction activity in Q1

19th June 2018 It is concerning that the construction sector – South Africa’s most labour-intensive sector in terms of labour/capital ratios – is not growing, said economist Dr Roelof Botha on Tuesday at the release of the Afrimat Construction Index (ACI) for the first quarter. The ACI, compiled by Botha on... 

South Africa ahead of renewable energy curve – adviser

19th June 2018 Despite the South African renewables market being in its infancy in comparison to well-established markets, South Africa is ahead of the curve, says owner’s engineer and lender’s technical adviser K2 Management. This, K2 Management South Africa country director Hebren James explains, is owing to... 

Harmony repays $100m on bridge facility, strengthens balance sheet

19th June 2018 Harmony Gold Mining has repaid a further $100-million of the original $200-million bridge loan raised for the acquisition of its recently-acquired Moab Khotsong gold mine, in the North West. “Harmony believes in having a robust and flexible balance sheet that supports its growth ambitions,”... 

Gem declares $18.3m in payments to Lesotho, Botswana governments

19th June 2018 Gem Diamonds paid just over $18.3-million to the governments of Lesotho and Botswana for extractive activities completed in the financial year ended December 31, 2017. Of this amount, about $18.1-million was paid to the government of Lesotho, with the balance of $230 000 paid to the Botswana... 

Charter in current form will not promote investment, growth – MCSA

18th June 2018 The Minerals Council South Africa (MCSA) believes that while the draft Mining Charter 2018 is a material improvement on the 2017 iteration, much more work needs to be done to create a Mining Charter that promotes competitiveness, investment, growth and transformation for the growth and prosperity... 

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