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Medupi power station project, South Africa

8th February 2019 Eskom has offered a sobering update on the difficulties it is having at its Medupi project. 

ELB Engineering Services brings disruptive communication technology to Africa

6th December 2018 Driven by the need to ensure Africa remains competitive in a fast-changing, digitally transforming world, ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB) has taken a giant leap forward in executing its strategy to introduce and incorporate cutting-edge, disruptive technologies on the continent. This... 

ELB Engineering Services secures regulatory approval to sell Kymeta™ KyWay™ u7 satellite antenna terminals in South Africa

6th December 2018 Kymeta Corp., a leading provider of the world's first electronically-steered, flat-panel satellite terminal for high-throughput, mobile communications, is looking to expand its international sales into Africa and has elected to partner with engineering powerhouse ELB Engineering Services (Pty)... 

ELB awarded design and supply for Illovo Sugar’s Dwangwa Packing Facility in Malawi

3rd December 2018 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB), is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the design and supply for the sugar supply system for Illovo Sugar Malawi’s Dwangwa Packing Facility in Malawi. ELB is providing the company with a new sugar supply system that complies with their hygiene... 
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President Ramaphosa 'urgently' looking into e-tolls, says Makhura

Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Monday again assured residents in the province that the unwanted e-tolling system was receiving attention from national government. "While the user-pay principle is not in question, there is clear recognition that urban tolling increases the cost of living and is... 

Black farmers urge Mboweni not to hike excise taxes

The recently launched Black Tobacco Farmers Association (BTFA) on Monday called for government to keep excise taxes at their current level as finance minister Tito Mboweni readies to table his maiden Budget this week.  BTFA said their call to action was inspired by the SA Revenue Service's (Sars)... 
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