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Marleny Arnoldi

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DEA to undertake R7m water quality testing project in PE

22nd February 2019 The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) will lead a R7-million water quality testing project, titled ‘Improving Ocean Governance in the Benguela Current Large Marine Econsystem’ (BCLME III) in the Swartkops area, in Port Elizabeth. The project is being implemented by the Benguela Current... 

AMCU strike action further undermines struggling gold, platinum sectors – Minerals Council

22nd February 2019 The Minerals Council South Africa on Friday expressed its concern about the consequences of Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union’s (AMCU’s) planned secondary strikes at mining companies where the union is recognised in the gold and platinum sectors. Fifteen companies have, so far,... 

Northam lifts H1 earnings, Booysendal on track for FY22 steady-state production

22nd February 2019 JSE-listed Northam Platinum has reported normalised earnings a share of 108.5c for the six months ended December 31, 2018, compared with the 37.1c reported for the six months ended December 31, 2017. This was on the back of normalised headline earnings having increased by 192% to R553-million,... 

Africa, Middle East increase onshore wind capacity to 5.7 GW

22nd February 2019 The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) on Monday released data that found Africa and the Middle East had installed 962 MW of onshore wind power capacity in 2018 – a 300 MW increase compared with 2017. The GWEC’s global wind report forecasts that a further 6.5 GW of capacity will be added by... 

Pikitup confirms big wheelie bin backlog as it signs new supply contracts

22nd February 2019 Waste manager Pikitup’s spokesperson Muzi Mkhwanazi has confirmed to Engineering News Online that the company has had challenges with its wheelie bin supplier, resulting in a shortage of about 22 000 bins. Contracts with new service providers have, however, been entered into.  

Council for the Built Environment announces initiatives to drive transformation

22nd February 2019 Transformation in the built environment has progressed at a slower rate than in other sectors, such as the financial sector, with only 26% of all registered built environment professionals being previously disadvantaged individuals and only 0.3% of all registered professionals being women,... 

Adcock’s H1 trading profit rises 17% y/y to R485m

21st February 2019 JSE-listed pharmaceuticals manufacturer Adcock Ingram on Thursday reported a 17% increase in trading profit to R485-million for the six months ended December 31, 2018, compared with the R416-million profit posted in the comparable period of 2017. The company also reported a 16% increase in... 

Sasol appoints Ngonyama Capital as market maker for empowerment shares

21st February 2019 Petrochemicals giant Sasol on Thursday announced the appointment of Ngonyama Capital to provide market making services for Sasol’s black economic empowerment ordinary (Solbe1) shares. Ngonyama’s appointment is expected to enhance the value proposition of Solbe1 shares and increase liquidity of... 

De Beers FY18 revenue up 4% y/y

21st February 2019 Anglo American subsidiary De Beers achieved a 4% year-on-year increase in revenue to $6.1-billion in 2018, compared with $5.8-billion in 2017, which was supported by improved high-end jewellery sales at De Beers Jewellers. Its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation,... 

Productivity improvements, higher prices lift Anglo American’s FY18 Ebitda to $9.2bn

21st February 2019 Continued productivity improvements in underlying operations and better-than-expected prices have contributed to global diversified miner Anglo American’s 4% year-on-year increase in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) to $9.2-billion for 2018. CE Mark... 

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