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Metals, engineering sector set for ‘unremarkable’ growth this year

14th February 2020 Last year was generally challenging for both the domestic and global economy, as weakening demand, manufacturing and trade and investment restrained progress, with extended negative implications for the metals and engineering (M&E) sector, which is poised for “unremarkable” growth this year.... 

Seifsa, Minerals Council react positively to SoNA commitments

14th February 2020 The mining and metals and engineering sectors have mostly welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s plans around energy and infrastructure, following his State of the Nation Address (SoNA) on Thursday night. The Minerals Council South Africa said in a statement that it was encouraged by the... 

Metals and Engineering sector projected to remain in the doldrums in 2020 – SEIFSA

13th February 2020 Last year was generally challenging for both the domestic and global economy, as weakening demand, manufacturing as well as trade and investment restrained progress, with extended negative implications for the Metals and Engineering (M&E) sector, which is poised for unremarkable growth in 2020.... 

Persistent unemployment continues to be a great concern, says SEIFSA

12th February 2020 The unemployment rate that remains doggedly high continues to be a great concern, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) said today. According to data released by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) today, both the unemployment and the absorption rates remain... 
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Time for govt to consider new strategies to get economic growth going, says Baxter

In what has been the longest economic downturn for the country since 1945, it has become necessary for government to consider alternative strategies and change various policies to allow business to grow the economy, Minerals Council South Africa CEO Roger Baxter said during a media briefing on... 

Solar power for mines under consideration – Assore

A scoping study is under way into the self-generation of electricity for Assmang’s mines – but not its smelters, Assore CEO Charles Walters said on Friday, when the company reported interim results that were negatively affected by weaker chrome and manganese prices, and lower shipments of... 
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