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Zonika Botha

Of-the-road tyre shortage for at least another two years

16th June 2006 An increase in demand for commodities worldwide, driven largely through the market expansion of China and other emerging markets, such as South America and India, has resulted in an alarming shortage of off-the-road (OTR) tyres. HD Tyres MD Nick Alexander tells Mining Weekly in an exclusive... 

Off-the-road tyre shortage for at least another two years

15th June 2006 An increase in demand for commodities worldwide, driven largely through the market expansion of China and other emerging markets, such as South America and India, has resulted in an alarming shortage of off-the-road (OTR) tyres. HD Tyres MD Nick Alexander tells Mining Weekly in an exclusive... 

Services opportunities for SA in China, says academic

5th June 2006 The re-emergence of China as a great economic power is having profound consequences for the global economy. In his paper ‘China’s Economic Takeoff: Implications for Africa’, which was first published as a Brenthurst disscusion paper, US economist and sinologist (a student of... 

UK-patented rock breakers to be manufactured in South Africa

2nd June 2006 A new technology, which was developed in the UK, is set to revolutionise rock breaking in South Africa and, indeed, the world. 

Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

2nd June 2006 The re-emergence of China as a great economic power is having profound consequences for the global economy. In his paper ‘China’s Economic Takeoff: Implications for Africa’, which was first published as a Brenthurst disscusion paper, US economist and sinologist (a student of... 

State-of-the-art CCTV equipment on offer for 2010 soccer World Cup

2nd June 2006 South Africa’s leading distributor of closed-circuit television (CCTV) and access-control equipment, Reditron, is eying the opportunity to supply some of its state-of-the-art security equipment to the 2010 Soccer World Cup. 

New technology to help cut manufacturing cost of alternative energy source

26th May 2006 An agreement between the Central Energy Fund (CEF), of South Africa, and IFE, a German company, will help to make solar power a much more cost-effective alternative energy solution for end users. 

Luxury-car group confident that SA can remain competitive

26th May 2006 While recognising that countries like China will challenge South Africa’s automotive strength in the future, automaker BMW South Africa is confident that investments already made here give the company some form of security. 

Securing mining timber in competitive markets remains a long-term challenge

26th May 2006 After a period of five to six months of supply tightness, timber supply to the mining industry is back on track. 

Power infrastructure spending to boost Altron's order book

19th May 2006 State-owned electricity utility Eskom’s planned infrastructure expenditure of R93-billion over the next five years represents revenue-generating opportunities of between R1,1-billion and 1,8-billion a year for Powertech, a division of the Altron group. 

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