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Calgro M3 remains committed to delivering shareholder value despite current challenges

By: Simone Liedtke     Updated 7 hours ago In a period described by CEO Wikus Lategan as one of the most difficult ever experienced by the company, JSE-listed Calgro M3 posted revenue of R628.6-million for the six months ended August 31. Calgro M3 faced several major challenges, including uncertainty over the economy, coupled with... 

ExecuJet to offer customers new experience with super versatile jet

By: Simone Liedtke     19th October 2018 Luxury aviation company ExecuJet will, on October 25, officially launch and welcome the Pilatus PC-24 to its fleet at the company’s private terminal at Cape Town International Airport. The aircraft, which was developed by Swiss original-equipment manufacturer Pilatus, is the first of its type... 

Saoga upbeat about prospects for the gas industry in South Africa

By: Kim Cloete     19th October 2018 The South African Oil & Gas Alliance (Saoga) believes there are catalytic opportunities for developing the gas industry in South Africa, which have been buoyed by a renewed focus on attracting investment to the country. The two major opportunities will be the massive gas finds in neighbouring... 

Breytenbach welcomes greater certainty for renewable energy projects 

By: Kim Cloete     19th October 2018 Participants in the renewable energy sector say they are encouraged by the dedicated infrastructure team that will be set up in the Presidency, as it will give investors more certainty and confidence to back projects. “We’ve seen what the last two years of delays in the signing of renewable... 

4th Western Cape Manufacturing Indaba planned for the Western Cape Province

19th October 2018 Western Cape Manufacturing Indaba an annual Provincial event, and part of the national Manufacturing Indaba campaign, will be hosted on the 7th November 2018 at the Century City Convention Centre in Cape Town.   The Western Cape Manufacturing Indaba intends to bring together provincial... 

A chain reaction of quality and reliability with Powermite’s EKD Kolibri energy chain

19th October 2018 Powermite has been a leading supplier of EKD Kolibri energy chain to the Southern African market for more than three decades. The company shares a combined knowledge of over 50 years in drag chain applications with EKD, the globally renowned energy chain manufacturer based in Germany. “EKD energy... 

Economic growth the missing key to South Africa's investment drive – Jacko Maree

By: African News Agency      19th October 2018 Special envoy on investment Jacko Maree on Thursday said that the missing key to South Africa's investment drive was economic growth and confidence in the socio-political and socioeconomic environment of the country.  In April, President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed Maree and four other special... 

Five Reasons Why South Africans Are Applying for Citizenship-by-Investment

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th October 2018 Citizenship-by-Investment is on the rise globally with over 2.4bn USD spent each year derived mostly from China, the Middle East, and Russia, with South Africa not far behind.   Next Generation Equity (NGE), global specialists in second citizenships and residency options, says South Africa is... 

IRP 2018 suffers from major failings, nuclear analyst claims

By: Rebecca Campbell     19th October 2018 South Africa's Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) 2018 contained serious flaws which significantly undermined confidence in its recommendations. So affirmed University of the Witwatersrand Honorary Research Fellow and South African Network for Nuclear Education, Science and Technology National... 

Port of Cape Town infrastructure and port development projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th October 2018 The Transnet National Ports Authority has identified infrastructure and port development projects that will address three critical sectors in the Port of Cape Town – liquid bulk, ship repair and tourism. 

Western Cape Revival Sees Paragon Open Cape Town Office Next Year

18th October 2018 Demand from clients in the Western Cape, combined with an uptick in the region’s building and construction industry, has resulted in architecture and interior architecture company Paragon finally opening a Cape Town office at the V&A Waterfront in January 2019. The new office, the first branch... 

Western Cape revival sees Paragon open Cape Town office next year

18th October 2018 Demand from clients in the Western Cape, combined with an uptick in the region’s building and construction industry, has resulted in architecture and interior architecture company Paragon finally opening a Cape Town office at the V&A Waterfront in January 2019. The new office, the first branch... 

Liquid eyes further expansion as Cape to Cairo links up

By: Natasha Odendaal     18th October 2018 Pan-African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom is eyeing further expansion across the African continent after completing its Phase 1 decade-long project of connecting a 60 000 km network from Cape Town, South Africa, to Cairo, Egypt. The group on Thursday reported that, following the... 

Cape Town e-bus rollout in limbo until Whitehead investigation wraps up end-2018 

By: Irma Venter     17th October 2018 The City of Cape Town’s bid to use electric buses within its MyCiti system has been stalled by the investigation into former Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) commissioner Melissa Whitehead. A fleet of eleven electric buses was scheduled for arrival by the end of 2017, “operating by... 

MeerKAT telescope described as 'a quantum leap forward'

By: Kim Cloete     16th October 2018 The launch of Ghana’s Kutunse radio telescope, as well as South Africa’s 64-dish MeerKAT telescope have been lauded as examples of what can be achieved when African countries work together in the interests of science and technology. South African Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko... 

CSIR seeks municipal partners for energy master plan pilot project 

By: Terence Creamer     16th October 2018 The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) aims to partner with a metropolitan council and a district municipality to compile pilot municipal energy master plans for electricity (MEMPs), which will provide the two councils with insight into the best electricity supply blends for... 

ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet 

By: Simone Liedtke     15th October 2018 Luxury aviation company ExecuJet on Monday welcomed the first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft in Africa to its premises at Lanseria International Airport, in Johannesburg. ExecuJet, which held a photo opportunity on Monday, is the first business aviation company in Africa to operate and manage a Pilatus... 

TNPA tests helicopter service at Cape Town port 

By: Simone Liedtke     15th October 2018 Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is exploring options to introduce a helicopter service at its Port of Cape Town to assist with operations during major swells and to increase the availability of service during stormy conditions. With Cape Town having been plagued recently by... 

On-The-Air (12/10/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     12th October 2018 The Mining Indaba this week pledged to give South Africa more access than ever to global investors who will be attending the upcoming international event. The government was this week urged to go all out to pull the struggling South African mining industry out of its unnecessary slump. South... 

Cape Town's increased water consumption is not sustainable, experts warn

By: News24Wire      12th October 2018 Cape Town's water consumption rose to 546-million litres a day this week – up from 520-million last week and 511-million the week before. Although dams that supply the city are 76% full, experts say a trajectory of increased consumption is not sustainable. The increased consumption comes as... 

CAME Group parking solutions for revenue generation

By: Shannon de Ryhove     12th October 2018 Global technology company CAME, a group well-known in Italy and worldwide, has been operating in the home and building automation sector for over forty years. Cutting-edge technologies, soundness, efficiency and design are among the principles that guide the company in the design and... 

Europe placed to contribute to African growth story

12th October 2018 Southern Africa is today off the radar of the majority of European companies and the many opportunities offered by the region are still largely ignored by European Union (EU) business leaders, professional consulting group European House Ambrosetti senior partner Paolo Borzatta said at a media... 

The elephant in the room

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     12th October 2018 From Wikipedia: "The expression 'the elephant in the room' defines a situation which refers to a question, problem, solution or controversial issue which is obvious to everyone who knows about the situation, but which is deliberately ignored because to do otherwise would cause great embarrassment... 

Equites reports solid growth in H1 distributions a share, strategic acquisitions

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th October 2018 Despite a challenging economic climate, JSE-listed real estate investment trust Equites Property Fund's portfolio continued to perform well during the six months ended August 31, which translated into an 11.7% year-on-year growth in distributions a share. Distributions a share for the period... 

Ramaphosa treads 'softly-softly' in South Africa power play 

By: Bloomberg     11th October 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa is caught in an intricate game of political chess as he seeks to stamp his authority on the government while maintaining a semblance of party unity before elections next year. While his finance minister and political ally, Nhlanhla Nene, resigned Tuesday after lying... 

Growing Lightly

10th October 2018 Sedick Samsodien explains to the guests attending the factory tour how the mountains of post-consumer and post-recycled polystyrene visible in the background are collected and recycled into the Greenlite lightweight concrete bricks and screed used to build shopping malls, architectural homes and... 

Govt urged to include IRP adjustment that steers renewables jobs the way of coal regions 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 South Africa should consider including a policy adjustment in its upcoming Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) directing developers of new renewable-energy infrastructure to build projects in regions currently geared towards coal mining and coal-fired electricity production. University of Johannesburg... 

Parly's transport committee grills Prasa on lack of progress

By: News24Wire      10th October 2018 Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Transport grilled the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa's (Prasa) presentation at a meeting in Cape Town on Tuesday, for lacking urgency and progress. The meeting comes after the Rail Safety Regulator (RSR) communicated its intention to suspend Prasa's... 

Woolworths to trial plastic bag free store

By: Reuters     9th October 2018 South African department store chain Woolworths Holdings will remove single-use plastic bags from one of its stores during a six-month trial period in a bid to end plastic pollution, it said on Monday. From November, Woolworths, which also has operations in Australia and New Zealand, will not... 

Cape Town adds direct routes, 29 new bus stops to MyCiti service

By: Irma Venter     8th October 2018 The City of Cape Town will introduce a number of new routes and bus stops to its MyCiti bus service, starting October 27. “Our transport planners recently conducted a review of the MyCiTi service and the passenger demand on the MyCiTi routes,” says Cape Town Transport and Urban Development MMC... 

Cape Town secures R974m towards disaster recovery programmes, projects 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th October 2018 The National Treasury and the National Disaster Management Centre has allocated R974-million towards disaster recovery programmes and projects in the Western Cape. Some R553-million of this drought funding was distributed to the City of Cape Town for drought alleviation projects and specifically... 

Cape Town dam levels show only slight increase amid warmer weather

By: African News Agency      8th October 2018 The City of Cape Town on Monday announced that dam levels feeding the city had improved to 76,2 percent of storage capacity over the past week. Dam levels rose only slightly by 0,3 percent over the last week to 76,2 percent of storage capacity, while the average water consumption for the past... 

Nzimande urges Prasa, rail regulator to resolve trains safety impasse out of court

By: African News Agency      8th October 2018 Transport minister Blade Nzimande on Monday appealed to both the Railway Safety Regulator (RSR) and Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) to find an out of court settlement in the interests of millions of commuters who daily use the Metrorail, in a stand off over safety. The regulator... 

Ports’ Customer Forum seeks to align Eastern Cape planning

4th October 2018 Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) hosted port clients and representatives of government, business and industry at the Nelson Mandela Bay ports’ Customer Forum on 28 September in the Port of Ngqura. The session aimed to align TNPA’s plans to meet the business requirements of port users.... 

Cargo Carriers helps its customers navigate complex supply chains

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 Supply chains are becoming more complex and a higher degree of coordination is, therefore, required to manufacture or produce products and get them to market. One of the largest contributors towards this scenario is customer expectations, including a need to drive down costs. 

Investment dream team has hit the ground running – Ramaphosa 

By: News24Wire      3rd October 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa says his special envoys on investment have held 150 meetings with investors in total - visiting Johannesburg, Cape Town and nine countries over five months. This as Ramaphosa updated Members of Parliament in a written reply to questions on one of his earliest economic... 

South Africa's service industry looks to cash-in on Brexit uncertainty

By: Reuters     3rd October 2018 South Africa’s burgeoning call services sector, which gets more than half its work from Britain, could attract larger inflows as the impact of Brexit weighs and firms seek savings by moving operations offshore, industry officials said on Wednesday. Cultural affinity, good English language skills... 

IRP 2018 suffers from major errors, affirms nuclear analyst 

By: Rebecca Campbell     3rd October 2018 South Africa's Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) 2018 contained serious flaws which significantly undermined confidence in its recommendations. So affirmed University of the Witwatersrand Honorary Research Fellow and South African Network for Nuclear Education, Science and Technology National... 

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