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CoreSlab drives uptake of precast concrete and HCC technologies

     20th October 2017 CoreSlab’s involvement in a number of public sector projects reflects the ongoing growth of precast and hybrid-concrete construction (HCC) technologies in the country. This leading precast concrete designer and manufacturer has participated in many successful infrastructure-related projects,... 

Gamsberg zinc project a thumbs up for South Africa amid investment slowdown

By: Mia Breytenbach     20th October 2017 Amid low levels of capital project activities in South Africa, the $400-million Gamsberg zinc and lead project, in the Northern Cape, has become the largest mining project under execution in the country. “Commentators have noted that this significant investment in the South African mining... 

Over 6 000 visitors expected at packaging event

By: Victor Moolman     20th October 2017 This year, Propak Cape, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from October 24 to 26, will host more than 200 local and international exhibitors. Based on the previous Propak Cape, held in 2014, this year, the company is expecting more than 6 000 visitors. 

St Helena Airport development

By: Sheila Barradas     20th October 2017 St Helena has welcomed its first commercial flight. 

Miner defends Western Cape phosphate project, highlights its importance

By: Ilan Solomons     19th October 2017 Emerging miner Kropz has warned that the West Coast Environmental Protection Association’s (WCEPA’s) application to have the water-use license (WUL) for Kropz’s Elandsfontein phosphate mine, near Saldanha Bay, in the Western Cape, suspended, would, if successful, cause “irreversible environmental... 

Remove exploration red tape or mining will die, geologist warns 

By: Martin Creamer     19th October 2017 The excessive red tape around minerals exploration must be removed to prevent the demise of South Africa’s vital mining industry, consulting exploration geologist Allan Saad said on Thursday. Saad, who spent 18 years in geological roles with mining major Rio Tinto and who formerly represented the... 

FBI opens investigation into South Africa's Guptas – FT

By: Reuters     19th October 2017 The FBI has opened an investigation into US links to South Africa's Guptas, escalating a scandal over the family's alleged use of a friendship with President Jacob Zuma to control state businesses, the Financial Times said on Thursday. Separately, Britain's banking regulator, the Financial... 

Outa accuses Eskom consultants of ‘gambling’ with public money

By: Kim Cloete     19th October 2017 The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has alleged that Eskom consultants Trillian Capital Partners have been “dabbling” in derivatives and losing billions of rands in the process. “Trillian has been dabbling in derivatives with our public money, racking up losses of R27-billion,” Outa... 

Famed SA Attraction Benefits from SewTreat’s Sustainable Sanitation Technology

     19th October 2017 The environmental footprint of world renowned tourist attraction, the Bourke’s Luck Potholes in Mpumalanga, has been taken to new level thanks to SewTreat’s supply of a biological waste water treatment plant for the Mpumalanga Tourism & Parks Agency.   The existing septic tank system servicing... 

M&DConstructionGroupWWTWshort

     18th October 2017 M&D Construction Group forges ahead at complex WWTW project Leading South African construction company, M&D Construction Group, is helping Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality strengthen wastewater-treatment capacity in Vryburg, North West Province. 

Pre-cast at the CORE of modern hotel

     18th October 2017 The new six-storey 2Ten Hotel is immediately noticeable by the slender and elegant vertical and horizontal lines that traverse the full length and width of the east, west and south walls of the structure. Meanwhile, lean horizontal and vertical strips of pre-cast concrete coping on the perimeter... 

M&DConstructionGroupWWTWshort

     18th October 2017 M&D Construction Group forges ahead at complex WWTW project Leading South African construction company, M&D Construction Group, is helping Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality strengthen wastewater-treatment capacity in Vryburg, Free State. The group’s civil arm commenced construction... 

Evidence of blatant corruption at Eskom unpacked at Parliament’s inquiry into State capture

By: Kim Cloete     17th October 2017 Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises has kicked off its inquiry into alleged State capture with a report revealing “overwhelming evidence of grand corruption”, governance failure and a stream of irregularities at Eskom, South Africa’s largest State-owned entity. Research... 

WA’s exploration incentive in the firing line as gold royalty leaves A$100m hole

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th October 2017 Western Australia’s Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS) could be in the firing line as the state government scrambles to make up the A$100-million a year hole left by the tanking of the proposed gold royalty. Speaking on the sidelines of the Paydirt nickel conference, Mines and Petroleum Minister... 

Bioenzymes Continue To Revolutionise Industrial Cleaning

     16th October 2017 Issued by Perfect Word Consulting (Pty) Ltd In the field of industrial cleaning, the antiquated mantra dictates that the stronger the product smells, the better it works. Using this approach, many companies utilised acrid, chemically driven products that were ineffectual against many strains of... 

Australia needs to double exploration efforts to maintain gold output

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th October 2017 Gold production from the world’s second-largest producer of the precious metal, Australia, is expected to halve over the next four decades, as the number of operating mines is forecast to fall sharply. A study by mining economists MinEx Consulting forecasts that Australia’s gold production will... 

Bluejay makes key feasibility appointments, changes project name

By: Mariaan Webb     13th October 2017 Mineral sands project developer Bluejay Mining on Friday announced the appointment of four consultants to advance key elements of the feasibility study for its newly renamed Dundas ilmenite project, in Greenland. The consultants that will work on the feasibility study for project, which was... 

Event drives partnerships at the highest levels

By: Robyn Wilkinson     13th October 2017 This year’s South Africa-Italy Summit/Indaba will advance the work of the previous three years’ events in building a community of business and governmental leaders from South Africa and Italy that will seek to reinforce strategic business relationships and actively explore new opportunities for... 

Buried utility locating facility essential for accurate information

By: Simone Liedtke     13th October 2017 Utility management company Bosch Munitech’s specialised Underground Services Location (USL) facility encompasses advanced utility detection and mapping services, which are essential for providing accurate information on buried utility infrastructure layouts, says Bosch Munitech underground and... 

Groundwater a viable water saving initiative

     13th October 2017 South African consulting and engineering firm JG Afrika is working hard to change the mind-set around using South Africa’s groundwater to mitigate water scarcity, despite project failures in the past. JG Afrika technical director Mark Schapers and JG Afrika executive associate Regan Rose agree... 

Bunch of old bananas or building materials of the future?

By: Reuters     12th October 2017 Potatoes reborn as insulation, peanuts processed into partition boards and mushroom bricks that grow in five days - just some of the ways the building trade could change its wasteful ways and construct virtuous new cities. In a report released on Wednesday, international engineering firm Arup set... 

Swedish govt goes back to Norbotten CAB over Kallak project

By: Mariaan Webb     10th October 2017 Explorer and developer Beowulf Mining should have more clarity about Kallak North exploitation concession application in the next few months. The company, which is listed on the Aim, reported on Tuesday that the Swedish government had gone back to the County Administrative Board (CAB) for... 

Paving the path to a digital future

     10th October 2017 Further digitalization of established technologies such as condition monitoring and smart sensors could have a revolutionary effect on manufacturing, says Bernie van Leeuwen, Director Product Management Digitalization at SKF Digitalization is most apparent in the consumer market, where music... 

Cornubia held up as vision for future, socially-minded developments

By: Anine Kilian     9th October 2017 Sugar producer Tongaat Hulett has won acclaim for transforming the landscape north of Durban by creating South Africa’s largest mixed-use integrated human settlement project. Tongaat Hulett Developments was named Visionary Client of the Year at the annual Consulting Engineers South Africa Aon... 

Black Business Council says Eskom CEO musical chairs doesn’t inspire confidence 

By: African News Agency      9th October 2017 The Black Business Council (BBC) said on Monday that it was concerned by the sudden change of leadership at State-owned power utility Eskom, saying that government must give the enterprise some space and not meddle in its affairs. This comes after Eskom last week appointed its chief information... 

Beowulf awards contract for Kallak scoping study

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th October 2017 Aim-listed Beowulf Mining has appointed SRK Consulting to complete a scoping study for its Kallak magnetite iron-ore project, in the Jokkmokk municipality of Sweden. Announcing the award of the contract on Monday, Beowulf CEO Kurt Budge said that the investment in the scoping study was being made... 

Packaging conference and free-to-attend seminars at Propak Cape

     9th October 2017 Business decision-makers, purchasing influencers and other industry professionals will be heading to Propak Cape in October. As the Western Cape’s premier packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling trade exhibition, visitors will be looking for the latest products, technologies... 

Anneke Grond

     6th October 2017 This week we feature Anneke Grond, MD of Jasco Enterprise, which delivers end-to-end solutions across the entire information and communication technology value chain   

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho and South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     6th October 2017 The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority has reported that the start of construction works on Phase II is only a few months away. 

Mining industry must innovate to remain relevant – Baleni

By: Anine Kilian     5th October 2017 South Africa’s mining industry must be creative and innovative to remain relevant, says F11 Consulting director Frans Baleni. “For example, mine dumps, which are in abundance, can also create mine opportunities. [Industry] must also embrace mechanisation, people are ready for it. There are... 

SKF enters the world of manufacturing using world-class digital technology

     4th October 2017 SKF's operations in Sweden are set to be given a boost with the inauguration of a completely new, fully automated and digital production process in Gothenburg, adapted for the manufacture of spherical roller bearings. The new production unit is the first of its type to be put into operations... 

McKinsey told Eskom of transparency risk at Trillian Capital

By: Bloomberg     3rd October 2017 Eskom Holdings continued to pay Trillian Capital Partners even after McKinsey & Co warned the South African State power company that it had concerns over transparency at the project development partner. Letters written in March 2016 by McKinsey to Eric Wood, the chief executive officer of... 

Township Tech Takes Centre Stage as e-Kasi Expo Kicks Off

     3rd October 2017 Walter Sisulu Square in historic Kliptown, Soweto, is set to host the inaugural e-Kasi Tech Festival & Gaming Expo from 25 to 27 October 2017.   The i-Village Foundation and its business, ICT, education and consulting partners will  stage South Africa’s biggest ever gathering of policy makers,... 

RopeCrew

By: Zandile Mavuso     29th September 2017 Vertical safety systems company RopeCrew is a highly experienced and dynamic rope access company that offers industrial and offshore rope access services and work at height training. 

Skysite

By: Zandile Mavuso     29th September 2017 Established in 1998, rope access and work at height specialists Skysite offers a variety of services at height. Currently, Skysite has permanent maintenance and cleaning crews on many of the country’s premier buildings, and a proven track record for the professional, safe manner in which projects... 

Airports Company achieves its best-ever profits

By: Keith Campbell     29th September 2017 Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) achieved a profit of R2-billion for the 2016/2017 financial year (FY), it announced recently, up from R1.9-billion for the FY 2015/2016. “This is probably the best set of results we’ve presented in the history of the company,” affirmed CEO Bongani Maseko at... 

Alderon settles Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro dispute

By: Henry Lazenby     26th September 2017 Project developer Alderon Iron Ore has settled a dispute with Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro regarding a C$21-million letter of credit it posted for the construction of a new transmission line to the Labrador West area. Under the settlement, Alderon subsidiary Kami Mine Limited Partnership will... 

BBF Safety Group Announces Acquisition of Quality Safety

     22nd September 2017 Latest acquisition supports company’s vision of becoming a leading workplace safety solutions provider DURBAN, 15th September 2017 – BBF Safety Group today announced its acquisition of Quality Safety, a local manufacturer of personal and general protective equipment (PPE). Through the... 

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