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Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer is the Editor of Engineering News and a Deputy Editor for Mining Weekly.

He also has editorial responsibility for and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

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‘Significant implications’ for design of African power markets as renewables prices fall

26th June 2017 Recent renewable energy price reductions, together with sub-Saharan Africa’s (SSA’s) formidable solar and wind resources, have made solar and wind technologies the cheapest sources of power in several countries, which carries significant implications, a newly published academic paper argues, for... 

If Koko returns, it won’t be as acting CEO, Brown avers, as she unveils interim board

23rd June 2017 Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has called on the new interim leadership of embattled power utility Eskom to give priority attention to addressing the management of contracts, conflicts of interest and the quality of coal being supplied to its power stations. Speaking following the Eskom... 

High Commissioner ‘seized’ with avoiding post-Brexit trade interruption with South Africa

23rd June 2017 British High Commissioner to South Africa Nigel Casey says he is currently “very seized” with ensuring that measures are put in place “timeously” to guarantee no interruption in the trade relationship between the UK and South Africa when Britain leaves the European Union (EU) on March 29, 2019.... 

South African Reserve Bank says platinum coin concept not viable

23rd June 2017 The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) has no intention of mandating the South African Mint to produce a platinum coin to be marketed along the lines of the successful Krugerrand gold coin, revealing that feasibility studies have shown the concept to be unviable. Deputy governor Francois Groepe... 

Transnet review committee set up as #GuptaLeaks point to loco contract manipulation

23rd June 2017 State-owned freight logistics group Transnet has established a special committee to review the company’s procurement processes, with a specific focus on the locomotive acquisition programme. The programme, and specifically the procurement of 359 electric locomotives from China South Rail (CSR),... 

Call to be made this month on Eskom’s request to deviate from tariff methodology

23rd June 2017 The electricity subcommittee at the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) met on June 19 to deliberate on Eskom’s request that the regulator condone the utility’s deviation from the multiyear price determination (MYPD) methodology and minimum information requirements for tariff... 

Warning issued that Highveld structural mill’s survival may hinge on more protection

23rd June 2017 The newly reopened heavy structural mill (HSM) at Highveld Steel, in Mpumalanga, is expected to ramp up to its 18 000 t/m nameplate capacity over the coming few months, having produced 4 100 t since its initial restart in April. However, both Highveld and ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA), which... 

Damage control mode

23rd June 2017 There is now absolutely no question that the country’s toxic politics is dragging the economy down and that most, if not all, the pain is self-inflected. There is also no doubt that, because the most pressing problem is a political one (corrupt politicians and private citizens, who have distorted... 

Dladla appointed acting Eskom CEO ahead of closely watched AGM

22nd June 2017 The board at State-owned power utility Eskom announced on Thursday that Johnny Dladla had been appointed acting group CEO with immediate effect. The position of CEO and acting CEO has been vacant since late May, when a decision was made to rescind the highly controversial reappointment of Brian... 

Transnet denies claim that no CSR locomotives made in South Africa

21st June 2017 State-owned freight logistics group Transnet has described as “inaccurate” the claim that none of the locomotives procured from China South Rail (CSR) have been manufactured locally. Research commissioned by independent economic research institution Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS)... 

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