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Japan-South Africa Business Council aims to add to winning World Cup momentum 

By: Terence Creamer     8th November 2019 Hot on the heels of South Africa’s famous Rugby World Cup victory in Yokohama on November 2, Japan and South Africa have formally agreed to create a business council that will seek to further strengthen trade and investment relations between the two countries. The Japan-South African Business... 

On-The-Air (08/11/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     8th November 2019 Eskom’s electricity transmission network needs to be expanded fast to accommodate the influx of clean solar energy. South Africa’s status as the ideal venue to set a new world land speed record as been uplifted with the completion of trial runs in the Northern Cape. Anglo American’s plan to... 

On-The-Air - Tribute to Xolani Gwala (01/11/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     1st November 2019 The expansion of Eskom’s electricity transmission network needs to be accelerated to accommodate the influx of clean solar energy; SA’s status as the ideal venue to set a new world land speed record was enhanced this week with the completion of three ‘run profiles’ in the Northern Cape; and Anglo... 

Sasol seeks to use leadership ‘reset’ to rebuild trust in wake of damning LCCP review  

By: Terence Creamer     28th October 2019 Sasol CEO-designate Fleetwood Grobler insists that he is “realistic” about the challenges still confronting the chemicals and energy group, which parted ways with its previous joint CEOs on Monday, following a damning board review of cost and schedule overruns at the giant Lake Charles Chemicals... 

On-The-Air (25/10/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     25th October 2019 A new transparent coal trading platform is planned to open up Eskom coal costs for all to see. Mines the world over are taking strong steps to mitigate climate change and end carbon pollution. The Motsepe Foundation is going all out to create job opportunities for unemployed South African youth. 

Counterfeit lithium batteries pose increased risk to aviation sector

By: Kim Cloete     23rd October 2019 Growth in e-commerce is revolutionising trade, leading to great opportunities in the air cargo industry. At the same time, there’s a need to guard against an increased risk of counterfeit cargo, including substandard lithium batteries, says the International Air Transport Association (Iata). The... 

Traxtion supports opening up South Africa’s rail network to private operators

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     21st October 2019 Opening South Africa’s core railway network to private operators will stimulate economic growth in the country, Traxtion CEO James Holley tells Engineering News Online. He says the company fully supports government’s proposal, as outlined in a National Treasury economic growth discussion document... 

South Africa to test market for emergency power ‘gap fillers’ as IRP is finalised   

By: Terence Creamer     18th October 2019 South Africa will release a request for information (RFI) in the coming weeks to test the market for solutions to close an immediate electricity supply gap of between 2 000 MW and 3 000 MW, which has emerged primarily as a result of a fall in the energy availability factor (EAF) from Eskom’s coal... 

ENERTRAG South Africa scopes wind farm potential in eMalahleni  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th October 2019 Hydrogen and renewable energy project developer ENERTRAG South Africa has started with the installation of a 120-m-tall wind measurement mast near Eskom’s Hendrina power station in Pullens Hope, Mpumalanga. A minimum of 12 months’ ground assessment of wind and general climate conditions, coupled... 

On-The-Air (11/10/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     11th October 2019 South Africans this week put a plan in place to ensure a “just transition” to the new clean electricity era; A new Proudly South African technology is being rolled out to stop the curse of cable theft; and By announcing its second big hydrogen project, Australia is beating South Africa to the... 

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