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Mar 07, 2014
It was interesting watching some of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. I watching on TV and so had the benefit of the super close-ups and the replays of the drama.
Jul 01, 2011
Pharmaceutical packaging and dosage company Medisize Corporation has developed a new dosing packaging system for pharmaceutical liquids, which is easy to use, safe, precise, reliable and cost effective.
Sep 08, 2008
Sep 11, 2007
South African gold-miner Gold Fields and emerging explorer Orezone Resources would have to cough up some $346,5-million (R2,5-billion) to build a 292 000 oz/y gold mine at Essakane, in Burkina Faso, the project's definitive feasibility study, which had been...
Jul 02, 2007
After several delays, the Soweto Business Express (SBE), an eight-coach luxury train travelling between Johannesburg and Soweto, will be launched on Tuesday, Metrorail regional manager Salani Sithole told Engineering News Online on Monday.
May 24, 2007
The Soweto Express, an eight-coach luxury train travelling between Johannesburg and Soweto, will be launched in mid-June, Metrorail regional manager Salani Sithole told Engineering News Online on Thursday.
Feb 13, 2007
South Africa’s biggest passenger rail commuter service provider Metrorail is scheduled to launch a R2,2-million eight-coach train travelling between Johannesburg and Soweto, to be known as the Soweto Express, by the beginning of April, a spokesperson told...
Oct 14, 2003
South Africa’s century-old gold-mine, ERPM, has slated Rand Water for removing preferential water rates for mining companies – a move it sees as unfair and one that makes it even harder for small operations to survive
Mar 07, 2003
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