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AECOM wins CESA Aon Award for Cape Flats 3 Bulk Sewer – Phase 2

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th August 2018 Integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM was a winner in the category projects with a value greater than R250 million for the Cape Flats 3 Bulk Sewer – Phase 2 (CF3-2) project at the 2018 CESA Aon Engineering Excellence Awards on 15 August. Designed by AECOM and constructed by CSV... 

Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 GIL Africa Awards and CEO Think Tank to focus on Digital Transformation in helping Africa grow

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th August 2018 Awards ceremony honors game changers in various markets for outstanding achievements and assisting in digital transformation growth in Africa The 10th annual Growth Innovation and Leadership (GIL) African awards hosted by Frost & Sullivan, in partnership with the Public Investment Corporation... 

SAPICS delegates put their hearts into annual supply chain conference

13th August 2018 Delegates attending the recent 40th annual SAPICS Conference in Cape Town went all out to help those struggling under the strain of water and food shortages. A “Rise Against Hunger” food packing event that was organised by SAPICS, The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management, was well... 

Retailer pilots South Africa’s first in-store recycling vending machine

By: Simone Liedtke     10th August 2018 In line with its commitment to achieving zero packaging waste to landfill by 2022, retailer Woolworths has launched the customer trial of an integrated reverse vending machine in its flagship green store, Woolworths Palmyra, in Claremont. This, Woolworths says, is good news for the many South... 

Cape Town changing HID street lights with smart LED technology

By: African News Agency      10th August 2018 The programme to replace high intensity discharge (HID) lamps with light-emitting diode (LED) technology is progressing well, the City of Cape Town said on Thursday. In a statement, the City said it has budgeted approximately R20-million in this new financial year to replace more HID lamps with... 

Celebrating the women of the Engen Knockout Challenge

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 Women are making their mark in football officiating in South Africa.   As we enter Women’s Month, the role of women in football was highlighted when the South African Football Association (SAFA) recently appointed its first female vice-president, Ria Ledwaba, and the Premier Soccer League (PSL)... 

Engen Pitch & Polish continues to advance entrepreneurs

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 Engen believes that entrepreneurship and an entrepreneurial culture are crucial to South Africa’s sustainable economic and social development. This is why the petroleum giant is again a proud partner and the headline sponsor of the 2018 Engen Pitch & Polish, powered by Raizcorp.   It is the ninth... 

SAPICS delegates put their hearts into annual supply chain conference

6th August 2018 Delegates attending the recent 40th annual SAPICS Conference in Cape Town went all out to help those struggling under the strain of water and food shortages. A “Rise Against Hunger” food packing event that was organised by SAPICS, The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management, was well... 

Parkwood housing project in Cape Town gets under way

By: News24Wire      6th August 2018 A team of engineers, planners and designers is to visit seven sites next week where social and affordable housing will be built for backyarders in Parkwood and surrounding areas, GroundUp reports. This was announced by Western Cape MEC for Human Settlements Bonginkosi Madikizela at a joint... 

R100 000 reward offered for info on Cape Town train fires

By: News24Wire      6th August 2018 The Western Cape government is offering a R100 000 reward for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of whoever is burning trains in Cape Town. "The R100 000 reward we are making available is our warning to these arsonists: You are being watched, you will be caught and we will... 

thyssenkrupp teams up with The Red Wings Project to spread Mandela Day goodwill

6th August 2018 The education of countless disadvantaged young girls in South Africa is being compromised due to high absenteeism from school; the lack of access to and unaffordability of sanitary pads result in many girls missing one week of school every month. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa has... 

Energy access a catalyst for economic growth, says green energy company 

By: Simone Liedtke     3rd August 2018 Access to cheaper and reliable energy, through renewable energy technology, would be a catalyst for boosting the African continent’s gross domestic product (GDP) in a sustainable way, green energy technology provider New Southern Energy (NSE) CEO David Masureik told Engineering News Online in a... 

thyssenkrupp teams up with The Red Wings Project to spread Mandela Day goodwill

3rd August 2018 The education of countless disadvantaged young girls in South Africa is being compromised due to high absenteeism from school; the lack of access to and unaffordability of sanitary pads result in many girls missing one week of school every month. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa has... 

Internet connectivity increases property value

By: Melissa Zisengwe     3rd August 2018 Bundling WiFi connectivity is a commercial and industrial property value-proposition, which attracts potential buyers and boosts property value, says wireless networking company Ruckus Networks. “South African property developers are proving to be enthusiastic WiFi adopters because the... 

New appointments to help ship repair focus

3rd August 2018 Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has announced its new appointments and rotational changes to current harbour masters, all effective July 1, 2018.   

Success of Africawide free trade area will partly rest on world-class infrastructure

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2018 The construction industry - a key partner in the economic integration of the continent envisaged by the African Continental Free Trade Area By Mokate Ramafoko, PPC Managing Director: International Operations 

Water Research Commission to investigate tow-an-iceberg proposal

By: News24Wire      1st August 2018 The Water Research Commission is to investigate the proposal to tow an iceberg to Cape Town to establish whether it is feasible as a new source of water. The commission has asked the brains behind the project, salvage expert Nick Sloane, to set up a seminar where they can get a more detailed... 

Report shows Cape Town is Africa’s tech capital

By: Anine Kilian     31st July 2018 A report commissioned by the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi), Wesgro and the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation – with the support of the Western Cape government – has confirmed that the greater Cape Town area, including Stellenbosch, is Africa’s tech capital. The report, compiled by... 

Tower Property’s vacancies decrease amid improving consumer, business sentiment

By: Simone Liedtke     31st July 2018 An improvement in South African consumer and business sentiment in early 2018 contributed to real estate investment trust (Reit) Tower Property Fund’s vacancies reducing to 5% at the end of its financial year to May 31, after having reached a high of 12% in January. However, in order to secure... 

Saboteurs behind train torching 'pretend to be commuters' – Cape Town transport head

By: News24Wire      30th July 2018 Alleged saboteurs believed to be behind the recent spate of train torchings all used the same method: they pretended to be commuters before setting the carriage alight as the train arrived in the station. This is according to mayoral committee member for transport and urban development Brett... 

Specialist team to get the ball rolling for housing opportunities in Cape Town

By: News24Wire      30th July 2018 A resolution passed by City of Cape Town council earlier this week is expected to get the ball rolling in expediting housing opportunities across the city. According to a statement by the City of Cape Town, the city's Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) will now conclude the four... 

PRASA hunting down 'enemies' responsible for Cape Town train attacks

By: News24Wire      30th July 2018 All stops are being pulled out to find those responsible for three arson attacks on trains in Cape Town this month, the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (PRASA) board said on Sunday. "It is clear to us that this is the work of people who have placed themselves as enemies of PRASA, enemies of our... 

Women power at Engen prepares to pay it forward

27th July 2018 Nhlokomo Mhlophe has made significant strides to realise her ambition of becoming a “strong, independent black woman”. Now, thanks to her place in Engen’s Graduate Development Programme, she is preparing to focus on the second half of that goal – to empower other women like her. 

AfriSam headlines sponsorship

By: Shannon de Ryhove     27th July 2018 Leading construction materials company AfriSam has shown its commitment to the South African concrete industry by headlining the sponsorship of this year’s Concrete Conference.  

Natural gas vital for S Africa’s energy security

By: Melissa Zisengwe     27th July 2018 The energy sector’s global and inclusive forum for engagement, the Energy Council, believes that South Africa’s Gas-to-Power programme is vital to ensuring energy security for the country. Consequently, the Energy Council regularly engages with the Department of Energy (DoE) to see how the... 

Alastair Macduff

27th July 2018 This week we feature Alastair Mcduff, chairperson and CEO of the South African chapter of the Turnaround Management Association, which is involved in the turnaround and business recovery of distressed companies   

Cape casino constructs water purification plant

By: Natasha Odendaal     27th July 2018 Sun International’s GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World, in Cape Town, has constructed a water purification plant to treat borehole water to potable standards, change its water supply mix and become less reliant on drawing water from public resources. The R18-million plant draws water from... 

No longer flavour of the month, SA rethinks its bus rapid transit systems

By: Irma Venter     27th July 2018 It seems government’s love affair with bus rapid transit (BRT) systems has cooled. Courted in the Brazilian city of Curutiba – it is difficult to find a local government transport executive who has not been there on a study tour – and sworn to fidelity in the pressure cooker years before the... 

SA varsities deserve a pat on the back

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     27th July 2018 Two international university rankings published in the last couple of months had me thinking about a perception index released by consultancy firm Ipsos in January, which revealed that South Africans are in a league of their own apropos of their perceptions of key scenarios in the country, with... 

Industrial training and safety pilot project launched

By: Schalk Burger     27th July 2018 Industrial equipment multinational 3M and JSE-listed petrochemicals multinational Sasol have launched an industrial training and safety initiative that aims to nurture local welding and grinding skills, as well as improve safe working conditions using appropriate safety equipment. 3M South Africa... 

DEHN AFRICA offers lightning and surge protection for renewable energy sources

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 Lightning strikes to renewable energy equipment on wind or solar farms, or rooftop solar panels, will cause damage at the strike point, as well as lightning surge damage to any equipment that is connected downstream. While external lightning protection helps avoid damage at the strike point... 

Cape Town pushes ahead with plans for more renewable energy

By: Kim Cloete     26th July 2018 The City of Cape Town is working hard to meet its target for renewable energy to make up 20% of total energy used in the city by 2020. It is also following international blueprints and plans to implement more renewable energy projects, says City of Cape Town energy executive director Kadri Nassiep. 

Another Metrorail train on fire in Cape Town, bringing the number of incidents to five

By: News24Wire      26th July 2018 Yet another Metrorail train was in flames in Cape Town on Thursday - this time in Retreat. It is the fifth such incident in Cape Town this year. "Yes, we have confirmation that it is in Retreat," Metrorail spokesperson Riana Scott said. Scott was still waiting for further details. Fire... 

How Beverages, Beer And Ice Cream Can Improve Access To Life-Saving Medicines In Africa

26th July 2018 If you can get a Coca-Cola - and many other products - nearly anywhere in Africa, why are medicines not regularly available to patients? This was the question posed by Trip Allport, managing director of the Africa Resource Centre (ARC) South Africa, in a thought-provoking presentation at the... 

POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa 2018 wraps up with bigger plans for 2019

26th July 2018 Africa’s premier power sector conference and exhibition, POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, wrapped up its 2018 edition in Johannesburg on a high note last week; announcing bigger plans for 2019. POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa, now in its 6th year in South Africa, attracted over 2,100 delegates... 

SASSDA boosts stainless steel trade with Kenya & Tanzania

25th July 2018 With the priority of fast industrialisation and a call for the development of stainless steel value-add within the agricultural and food and beverage industries, Tanzania and Kenya are primed for increased bilateral trade with South Africa, with confirmed sourcing enquiries already received at... 

Transnet signs manganese capacity allocation contract with Assmang

By: Anine Kilian     25th July 2018 State-owned Transnet has signed a seven-and-a-half-year Manganese Export Capacity Allocation (MECA2) contract with Assmang as part of its strategy to secure 95% of manganese volumes on rail. The contract, which will see the transportation of export manganese from pit to port, offers Assmang, the... 

Structures team scores a win at SAICE Regional Awards

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th July 2018 Cape Town office Structures team were proud to be announced the winner for the 2018 Best International Project at SAICE’s Western Cape Regional Awards, for the Sydney Metro Cable-Stayed Bridge project. Located in the north west of Sydney this unique, curved three-span cable-stayed rail bridge was... 

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