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Driving Sustainability Through Energy Efficiency Initiatives

30th January 2017 Judicious energy usage is not just a passing concern, but one which is now a fundamental part of every organisation’s operational philosophy. As pressure mounts to find creative ways of not only preserving non-renewable energy resources but to also find alternative fuel sources, it is critical... 

Rapid Hard For Faster Turnaround Concrete Products

16th January 2017 Giving concrete a minimum strength of 30 MPa in just two days is the key advantage of AfriSam’s Rapid Hard Cement product, allowing concrete product manufacturers (CPMs) quicker turnaround times and confidence from one batch to the next. According to AfriSam national sales manager, Amit... 

AfriSam Committed To Responsible Transporation Methods And Road Usage

14th December 2016 Leading concrete materials producer, AfriSam takes its responsibility towards the road-going public extremely seriously and has put various measures in place to ensure that its extensive fleet of readymix trucks takes both safety as well as the environment into consideration when on the road.... 

Afrisam Proud Sponsor Of Concrete For The Museum Of Contemporary Art Africa

22nd November 2016 AfriSam is not about what its concrete makes, but all about what its concrete makes possible. This leading supplier of cement and concrete solutions has been building solid foundations throughout southern Africa for more than 80 years. Richard Tomes, AfriSam’s sales and marketing executive, says... 
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Coordination key to successful nuclear build programme

There is a pressing need for a clear definition of the roles different governmental departments, power utility Eskom and other industry participants will play in the nuclear build programme, as there is a currently “chaos around who is doing what job”. This was the overall theme of a panel... 

$1bn earmarked for AngloGold’s deep-but-cheap Mponeng mine

A big capital investment is on the cards for AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng gold mine, the world’s deepest underground operation. The former Western Deep Levels Number One mine was on the receiving end of a surfeit of comment when AngloGold Ashanti presented cash-rich results on Tuesday.  
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