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TNPA progresses multibillion-rand investment in East London port

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th October 2017 The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) on Friday said it had injected R542-million into several major infrastructure and equipment projects at the Port of East London over the past few years as part of Operation Phakisa. This includes the R219-million refurbishment of the dry dock to... 

South African court revokes shale gas regulations – AgriSA

By: Reuters     19th October 2017 South Africa's High Court has quashed regulations governing proposed shale gas fracking, farmers lobby AgriSA said on Thursday after taking the government to court to stop fracking in the Eastern Cape province. The ruling marks the latest setback to South Africa's shale gas ambitions after a... 

Concord Cranes to diversify into new markets and extend its footprint

     18th October 2017 Concord Cranes, a crane hire and specialised transport service company in the Industrial Services Holdings (InServe) stable, is diversifying into the heavy-lift market, as well as expanding its footprint in South Africa and on the continent. The Concord Cranes group comprises Concord AngloV3... 

11% of government departments may not be able to operate in future - AG

By: News24Wire      18th October 2017 Auditor General Kimi Makwetu has revealed in Parliament that 11% of government departments face "material uncertainty" about their ability to continue operating in future. Makwetu was reporting before the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa), the Standing Committee on Appropriations, and... 

KlevaKidz puts paraffin safety first

     17th October 2017 The annual Engen KlevaKidz campaign which engages with and educates learners about the importance of paraffin safety launched in the Western Cape on October 13th and runs until the end of the month.  Over the course of three weeks, Engen KlevaKidz will travel to 30 primary schools in the... 

Engen supports Education in Nelson Mandela Bay

     12th October 2017 For the third year running, Engen participated in the Mayoral Charity Golf Day at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club, and contributed R100 000 to the Community Chest. Held on 6 October, the 12th Mayoral Charity Golf Day was spearheaded by the Mark Headbush Foundation, in partnership with the Community... 

Public comments on gas exploration to close soon

By: African News Agency      10th October 2017 The South African public has at least eight days left to comment on the environmental authorization that the department of mineral resources (DMR) recently granted to Rhino Oil and Gas Exploration South Africa (Rhino) for natural gas exploration across four provinces. The area affected by these... 

Minister offers snapshot of renewables generation

By: Terence Creamer     6th October 2017 Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi reports that, as at the end of July, the combined installed generation capacity of renewable-energy independent power producers (IPPs) stood at more than 3 200 MW across 58 sites. In a reply to a Parliamentary question posed by Economic Freedom Fighters MP... 

Industry trying to reduce reliance on imports

By: Robyn Wilkinson     6th October 2017 High quality, increased productivity and cost reduction are vital for success as the South African automotive industry works to reduce its reliance on automotive component imports while growing its export potential in a slow economy, says industrial equipment supplier Germ Africa director Robert... 

Twenty-Eight-Unit Komatsu Grader Fleet Heads To Kwazulu-Natal

     29th September 2017 Komatsu South Africa has dramatically increased its share in the local grader market following the delivery of 28 GD675-5 motor graders to the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Department of Transport. The fleet represents the biggest single sale of this particular product in southern Africa and one made... 

SEZ receives recognition, contributes to SMME participation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     29th September 2017 Special economic zone (SEZ) developer and operator Coega Development Corporation (CDC) has been recognised by export assistance company Exporters Club for its dedication to job creation initiatives and excellent services to export orientated investors.  

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... 

Wits seeks commercial partner for scalable DC-microgrid innovation

By: Terence Creamer     22nd September 2017 Researchers at the University of the Witwatersrand are aiming to commercialise a plug-and-play DC-microgrid innovation, which is incrementally scalable to any number of power sources, loads and batteries. The direct-current solution has already been proved at a laboratory level through a test-bed... 

Enel celebrates its Tom Burke solar plant

By: Natasha Odendaal     21st September 2017 Some three years after expanding operations into South Africa, Italian renewable energy firm Enel Green Power (EGP) has established a significant presence locally, boasting more than 520 MW of wind and solar projects in operation, one of which was declared a National Key Point in June. The 66 MW... 

Afrox unveils welding school at LIV Village

     19th September 2017 Afrox’s commitment to assisting young South Africans to acquire welding skills and knowledge recently culminated in the official opening on 7 September of the LIV Welding Academy, a custom container welding school that was developed by Afrox in partnership with LIV and the Southern African... 

Welding company aims to bridge skills gap

By: Nica Schreuder     15th September 2017 Despite challenging economic conditions and a dire lack of welding skills, steel welding and fabrication service provider Federal Steel Company is committed to welding skills development initiatives that will expand nationally. Federal Steel Company MD Phakamile Buthelezi explains that the lack... 

Company expands into the US

     15th September 2017 This year, rope and lifting technology specialist The PFEIFER Group’s opened another branch office in the US, in Houston, Texas, which will see the rope and lifting technology specialist continue to grow its business in conjunction with the group’s other US existing branch, which was launched in... 

IDC confident BAIC’s Coega plant will begin production in mid-2018

By: Irma Venter     15th September 2017 It has been a year since Chinese vehicle manufacturer Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) and South Africa’s Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) broke ground on a new vehicle assembly plant in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ), near Port Elizabeth. BAIC is the major shareholder in the... 

Eskom reschedules electricity interruptions to three Eastern Cape municipalities

By: African News Agency      13th September 2017 Eskom on Wednesday announced that it was rescheduling electricity interruptions to three Eastern Cape municipalities. The power utility said it had planned interruptions of electricity supplies to struggling municipalities that include Raymond Mhlaba, Walter Sisulu and Inxuba Yethemba. Eskom... 

South African employers set for modest hiring in Q4

By: Schalk Burger     12th September 2017 South African employers report modest hiring intentions for the fourth quarter of the year, with 10% of employers expecting to increase staffing levels, 5% forecasting a decrease and 84% anticipating no change, says workforce solutions multinational ManpowerGroup South Africa MD Lyndy van den... 

Engen KlevaKidz travels to the Eastern Cape and puts paraffin safety first September 13, 2017

     11th September 2017 The annual Engen KlevaKidz has kicked off in the Eastern Cape with its unique brand of industrial theatre set to engage and educate learners across South Africa about the importance of paraffin safety.   Engen KlevaKidz opened at Gugulethu Senior Primary School in Ngqamakhwe on September 13th... 

BAIC vehicle manufacturing plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th September 2017 It has been a year since the Beijing Automotive Group Corporation and the Industrial Development Corporation broke ground on a new vehicle assembly plant in the Coega Industrial Development Zone. 

Heavy rainfall predicted in late summer, says water dept

By: Anine Kilian     6th September 2017 Although no heavy rains are expected at the beginning of the summer season, the South African Weather Services is predicting heavy showers towards the end of the period. “The good news is that the El Nino phenomenon that brings with it the drought, will not hit South Africa this summer,” the... 

Fairvest FY17 distributions up 10% y/y

By: Anine Kilian     5th September 2017 JSE-listed real estate investment trust Fairvest Property has grown its distributions by 10.04% year-on-year to 18.33c a share for the financial year ended June 30, exceeding market guidance. Distribution growth has been higher than 10% for the fourth consecutive year.  

IDT awarded R170m contract to build facilities at Eastern Cape school

By: Natasha Odendaal     5th September 2017 The Department of Education has tasked the Independent Development Trust (IDT) with the construction of the boarding facilities for the Ntsonkhotha senior secondary school, in Lady Frere, Eastern Cape, over the next three years. The R170-million contract comprises the construction of a dormitory,... 

BAIC Eastern Cape plant on track, says IDC

By: Irma Venter     4th September 2017 It has been a year since Chinese vehicle manufacturer Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) and South Africa’s Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) broke ground on a new vehicle assembly plant in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ), near Port Elizabeth. BAIC is the major shareholder in the... 

Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – fourth window, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st September 2017 An update on the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – fourth window. 

Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – second window, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st September 2017 An update on the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – second window. 

Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – third window, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st September 2017 An update on the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme – third window. 

Engen KlevaKidz travels to Free State and puts paraffin safety first

     31st August 2017 The annual Engen KlevaKidz has kicked off in the Free State with its unique brand of industrial theatre set to engage and educate learners across South Africa about the importance of paraffin safety.   Engen KlevaKidz opened at Batjha Primary School in Botshabelo on August 29th visiting 17 school... 

Fracking a potential 'game-changer' for South African economy - ASSAf professor

By: Anine Kilian     31st August 2017 Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) could be a “game-changer” for South Africa’s economy, Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) VP Professor Barney Pityana said on Thursday. Addressing delegates at a national shale gas conference, hosted by ASSAf in partnership with the Department of Science and... 

Kayamandi Community loves the beautiful game

     31st August 2017 Engen Petroleum, South Africa’s favourite petrol station brand[1] is giving back to the Kayamandi community in Stellenbosch as part of an inventive outdoor advertising deal which  involves contributing a portion of their outdoor spend on upgrades to soccer facilities around the country.  The new... 

SEW-EURODRIVE builds on its East African presence with new offices in Tanzania, Kenya

     30th August 2017 SEW-EURODRIVE is building on its presence in Tanzania, its main hub in Eastern Africa, by opening a new office in Kenya, and commencing with a recruitment drive for Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). East Africa represents a major growth area for the drive and automation... 

Hotel group moves to integrate bamboo products into facilities

By: Ilan Solomons     25th August 2017 Bamboo producer and products supplier EcoPlanet Bamboo and hotel group Mantis Collection have signed a memorandum of understanding which could have “far-reaching benefits for the environment and the global movement towards sustainable tourism”, says EcoPlanet Bamboo CEO and co-founder Troy... 

R1bn investment positions Uitenhage as high-tech tyre hub

By: Irma Venter     25th August 2017 Goodyear South Africa (SA) will wrap up its R1-billion investment programme into its Uitenhage plant, in the Eastern Cape, by the end of the year, says group FD Manoel Almeida. The investment programme started in 2015. 

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road megabridges project, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th August 2017 A R1.63-billion tender has been awarded for the Mtentu bridge. 

Sanral awards R1.63-billion Mtentu megabridge construction contract to Aveng Strabag JV

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th August 2017 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) has awarded the R1.63-billion tender for the construction of the Mtentu megabridge to a joint venture comprising Aveng Grinaker-LTA and European construction firm Strabag. Construction of the bridge, which forms part of the N2 Wild Coast... 

ConCourt ruling opens way for Nersa to process further clawback claims – Eskom

By: Terence Creamer     22nd August 2017 The Constitutional Court has refused an application by several Eastern Cape businesses for leave to appeal a Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) ruling relating to implementation of the Regulatory Clearing Account (RCA) mechanism in South Africa’s multiyear price determination (MYPD) electricity... 

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