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May 13, 2005
SOUTH Africa’s State-owned defence industrial group Denel has broken into the Brazilian market, with a deal to provide support for a Brazilian missile test programme.
Apr 22, 2005
SOUTH Africa’s renowned CSIR science council will be providing significant support for this country’s recently-launched Aerospace Network.
Apr 15, 2005
SURVEY of the reasons for SA chosing BAE Systems Hawk trainer.
Aug 27, 2004
Harnessing power from flowing water in the twenty-first century may be anything between one and two decades behind wind power, but the technology has moved beyond the conceptual stage and has shown that it works in pilot installations and is poised to progress to...
Aug 25, 2004
National airline South African Airways (SAA) yesterday took delivery of its first Airbus A319 twin-engined jetliner as part of its modernisation effort.
Aug 13, 2004
Mid-October has been earmarked as the completion date for the study being undertaken by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Education Training and Authority (Merseta) and the Department of Science and...
Apr 23, 2004
WITH the first Gripen International fighter for the South African Air Force moving down the production line at Saab’s factory in Sweden, the process of integrating an advanced technology South African system with the Swedish aircraft type has already begun.
Oct 29, 2003
Canadian miner SouthernEra Resources has announced that the discovery of a substantial gold anomaly in Gabon, West Africa.
Oct 17, 2003
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Jul 04, 2003
The distinction of being the parastatal which makes the most purchases in foreign- denominated currencies is likely to remain with South African Airways (SAA) depite the Spoornet locomotive investment programme and other tenders which are to be awarded shortly.
Jun 13, 2003
Manufacturer of aircraft interior and composite products, Aero Services, delivered a composite weather radome assembly for installation on mining company Anglo American’s DC3-TP67 aircraft last month.
Jun 11, 2003
International Aero Engines (IAE) this week submitted its proposal to equip South African Airline's (SAA) new single-aisle Airbus A319 and A320 fleet with quiet and efficient IAE V2500 engines.
May 08, 2003
South Africa’s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) this week signed a 13-year strategic partnership agreement (SPA) with Swiss-registered International Aero Engines (IAE).
May 02, 2003
Mining group Anglo American’s business development and empowerment initiative Zimele has joined forces with Aero Fluid Power to form an empowerment venture called Kganya Hydraulics and Pneumatics.
Apr 28, 2003
It is the stuff that gives conspiracy theorists nightmares, and even more so those who live in angst of an apocalypse by the hand of the machine – the presence of tiny invisible robots working away in the human body.
Apr 25, 2003
It is the stuff that gives conspiracy theorists nightmares, and even more so those who live in angst of an apocalypse by the hand of the machine – the presence of tiny invisible robots working away in the human body.
Feb 25, 2003
Mining giant Anglo American's business development and empowerment initiative, Zimele, has joined forces with Aero Fluid Power to form an empowerment venture Kganya Hydraulics and Pneumatics.
Jan 31, 2003
South Africa’s airports are the gateway to the country for the majority of international visitors and have an important influence on their impression of South Africa.
Jan 31, 2003
Flag carrier Tunisair has shelved a 700-million dinars ($543,05-million) plan to buy 12 aircraft because of a downturn in air travel, its chief executive said on Thursday.
 
 
 
 
Jan 17, 2003
With a three year order book, 95% of it being for export, local avionics company, Aerospace Monitoring Systems (AMS) is becoming an increasingly notable company in the international health and usage monitoring systems (Hums) market.
Dec 13, 2002
A global supplier agreement between US industrial conglomerate General Electric (GE) and Scaw Metals, of Germiston, has resulted in large benefits for South Africa’s industrial participation programme (IPP).
Oct 11, 2002
Intelligent road sweeping vehicles that use information technology to access the cleaning strategy, a computer to adjust brushes, a laser beam to asses the litter on the road, and a digital camera to deal with litter are being developed by researchers at Surrey...
May 17, 2002
Tanzania’s government said it wanted to sell a 75% stake in the State-owned Air Tanzania Corporation (ATC) as its privatisation process gains momentum.
Apr 16, 2002
SATCOM antenna supplier Omnipless opened its new facility in Westlake Business Park in the Western Cape on April 10.
Mar 08, 2002
THE South African decision to sell a 51% stake in aero-engine company Denel Airmotive to France’s Turbomeca (part of the Snecma group) will lead to the growth of the South African operation.
Mar 01, 2002
US industrial conglomerate GE is already set up to provide offsets for this country should South African Airways decide to equip their planned new wide-body airliners with GE90 turbofan engines.
Nov 13, 2001
A project using vermiculite to produce fire-resistant boarding materials for the building industry, as well as a venture to produce water-driven hydraulic power tools for the mining industry, are receiving start-up funding from Rolls-Royce in South Africa.
Oct 26, 2001
The South African economy stands to reap more than R70-billion over the next 11 years from industrial participation projects linked to the arms-purchase programme, Trade and Industry Minister Alec Erwin said last week.
Sep 07, 2001
Market leading infrared and radio remote control systems manufacturer Cattron-Theimeg, has designed its toggle controller specifically for heavyweight applications.
 
 
 
 
Oct 27, 2000
Giant British aerospace and defence group BAE Systems is warning against haste in the strategic equity partnership negotiations it is undertaking with South African State-owned aerospace and defence group Denel.
Aug 11, 2000
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Mar 31, 2000
The biggest regional scientific experiment ever to take place in Southern Africa is getting under way.
Dec 10, 1999
Setting up a local area network in remote areas where there is no telecommunications infrastructure and still be connected to the Internet and other Lans is possible by using satellite technology.
Nov 12, 1999
The defence industrial participation programmes (Dip) accompanying South Africa’s R21-billion arms acquisition programme for the South African National Defence Force.
Oct 22, 1999
Denel will be a major beneficiary of the R21-billion defence acquisition package for the South African National Defence Force.
Aug 27, 1999
Based on its high-tech electronics capability in antenna manufacture, Hout Bay company OmniPless Antenna Systems has captured a significant share of world markets – up to 100% in one instance – for a range of satellite-based communications products.
Jul 30, 1999
A purpose-designed machine that can improve fatigue life and torque performance has been introduced by Vacu-Blast of the UK, an internationally-recognised company with more than 50 years experience in its field. Designed specifically for shot-peening automotive gears...
Jul 23, 1999
A BRITISH-built power station in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, is bringing much-needed electricity to the town of Samarinda and its surrounding area. The combined-cycle station, built under a package deal by the Rolls-Royce (RR) aerospace and industrial group for...
Jul 16, 1999
Up to 2 000 skilled jobs could be directly and indirectly created in the Eastern Cape by a planned aerospace and general engineering industrial park. This park would be established by British Aerospace (BAe) as part of its industrial participation programme (IP) in...
May 14, 1999
BOTSWANA could be considering a re-equipping programme for its Defence Force Air Arm that could be worth as much as US$100-million. Reliable sources tell Engineering News that Gaborone has made unofficial enquiries about the acquisition of at least six jet trainers...
 
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