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Martin Engineering Vibrators Go Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

19th September 2018 Following the success of its 2017 campaign, the global leader in bulk material handling technologies is repeating its Cougar Cares fundraising program for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.  Manufacturing a limited-edition series of Cougar® brand DC truck vibrators painted in the... 

Top trends that are likely to change the way we work and live

By: Kim Cloete     14th September 2018 Quantum computing and flying cars are two of the top trends that Frost & Sullivan has outlined within its top trends for 2018/19 at its CEO Think Tank in Cape Town.  The company has looked at trends that are changing the way we work and live. 

Apollo now owns 100% of Couflens

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th September 2018 ASX-listed Apollo Minerals said on Friday that it had completed the acquisition of the remaining 20% interest in the Couflens tungsten/copper/gold project in the Pyrenees region of southern France, increasing its ownership to 100%. The company initially bought an 80% interest in 2017, and... 

Nickel producers eye Indonesia to plug into EV battery market

By: Reuters     14th September 2018 Several global metals producers have set their sights on Indonesia's nickel reserves to tap an expected surge in demand for the metal for electric vehicle batteries. Sumitomo Metal Mining (SMM) said on Thursday that it and nickel miner PT Vale Indonesia are conducting a feasibility study to... 

Davies to attend G20 meeting

By: African News Agency      11th September 2018 South Africa's trade and industry minister Rob Davies will attend a meeting with peers from the G20 global grouping in Argentina set to focus on the agriculture sector, his department said on Tuesday. The G20 or Group of Twenty is an international forum for the governments of Argentina,... 

Melting ice due to climate change disrupting shipping routes

By: Irma Venter     10th September 2018 Climate change is freeing up new trade routes in some areas, while increasing the risk of ice in others. There was another milestone for Arctic shipping in early 2018 when a specially designed liquid natural gas tanker became the first commercial ship to travel the Northern Sea Route in winter... 

Record production anticipated at BMW’s Rosslyn plant in 2019

By: Irma Venter     30th August 2018 Production at BMW Group South Africa’s (BMW SA’s) Rosslyn plant could, potentially, reach a new record in 2019. BMW SA started production of its first X3 models in April, following a R6.2-billion investment to move from 3 Series sedan assembly to building the new X3 sports-utility vehicle. 

Global experts for inaugural Advanced Manufacturing Show

28th August 2018 The 4th industrial revolution is not science fiction. Experts from across the globe will affirm the reality, scope and scale of technological advancement world-wide at the inaugural African Advanced Manufacturing and Composites Show in South Africa from November 7-9. Headlining the seminar... 

Master Drilling mulling year-end dividend, launching blast-free borer

By: Martin Creamer     28th August 2018 Innovative drilling technologies company Master Drilling, which will next month launch a new blast-free mobile tunnel boring machine that is expected to have a far-reaching beneficial impact on mining, on Tuesday reported satisfactory results for the six months ended June 30. The Johannesburg... 

President Ramaphosa to host UK Prime Minister May 

By: African News Agency      27th August 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Tuesday host British Prime Minister Theresa May on a working visit to South Africa.  "The working visit follows bilateral meetings between President Ramaphosa and Prime Minister May during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London from 19 to... 

Hengst acquires specialist for air filtration DELBAG

24th August 2018 Bolstering their market position as a filtration expert in the room air filtration segment Hengst Filtration, a globally operating specialist for cutting-edge filtration solutions has entered into a binding agreement with FläktGroup, the market leader in ventilation solutions, about Hengst's... 

MTN optimistic about its Iran business despite renewed US sanctions

By: Natasha Odendaal     24th August 2018 Telecommunications group MTN remains optimistic over prospects in Iran, despite the recently renewed US sanctions blocking further attempts at repatriating funds due to it from 49%-owned joint venture MTN Irancell. In May, the US withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)... 

Electric cars: a real good thing?

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     24th August 2018 When I was young, our family would go to the Natal South Coast on holiday. The roads were not great; so, we would have to stay overnight halfway to Durban. At holiday times, there was a lot of traffic and sometimes the going was slow. Recently, Gregg and I went up the garden route on a project.... 

Linde, Praxair try to save $83bn merger after antitrust blow

By: Reuters     22nd August 2018 Industrial gases giants Linde and Praxair are in talks to try to salvage their $83-billion merger after US competition regulators demanded they sell assets that generate more than $4.3-billion in sales. Linde said on Wednesday the divestments were expected to reach a level that would allow either... 

What is driving a rally in EU carbon permit prices?

By: Reuters     15th August 2018 The Benchmark European carbon price hit a 10-year high on Wednesday, marking a near 130% rise this year, with prices set to continue climbing over the next few years. The European Union's Emissions Trading System (ETS) charges power plants and factories for every tonne of carbon dioxide (CO2)... 

Government considering ban on microbeads after Gauteng drinking water is found to be contaminated

By: News24Wire      10th August 2018 The government has set up a task team to look at imposing a total ban on microbeads – the tiny plastic beads used in cosmetics, toothpaste and sandblasting. This comes after a Water Research Commission study found microplastic pollution in tap water in Johannesburg and Tshwane, as well as in all... 

Anticipated growth for solar furnace market

10th August 2018 The global solar furnace market is envisaged to leverage the opportunity created by the growing need to use solar energy as a cost-effective alternative to fossil fuel, owing to increasing prices. This is according to a report by market researcher and consulting services provider TMR Research,... 

Mozambique finalises block 5 oil deals with multinational firms

By: Reuters     8th August 2018 Mozambique's government on Tuesday approved contracts giving exclusive rights to energy companies to act on concessions awarded to them to explore for oil following four years of negotiations and delays that threatened to derail the projects. Cabinet spokesperson Ana Comoana said the companies... 

French backing for Joburg digital content hub

By: Schalk Burger     3rd August 2018 The Ambassador of France to South Africa Christophe Farnaud at the launch of the Digital Content Hub, in Johannesburg, highlighted the cooperation between South Africa and France on innovation, which is one of the economic priorities of France as articulated by French President Emmanuel Macron.... 

PwC suggests reviewing corporate culture to combat economic crime

By: Nadine James     2nd August 2018 Digital innovation and technology have given rise to new attack surfaces for economic criminals and fraudsters, resulting in the rate of instances growing at exponential levels, PwC’s 2018 ‘Global Economic Crime’ survey shows.   The survey, released on Thursday, notes that just under half of... 

France, Mauritania order 60 6 x 6 Land Cruiser conversion kits from SA 

By: Irma Venter     30th July 2018 South Africa has a new go-anywhere vehicle on the market. Pretoria-based 6 x 6 Africa has converted a standard Toyota Land Cruiser to a 6 x 6 vehicle – yes, with six wheels – to supply the local and export markets. 

LafargeHolcim restructuring, Africa troubles dent H1 profit

By: Reuters     27th July 2018 LafargeHolcim first half profit fell 43%, the company said on Friday, as the world's largest cement took 300-million Swiss francs ($301.81-million) in restructuring costs from its overhaul under Chief Executive Jan Jenisch. The Zurich company said first-half net profit tumbled to 371-million... 

Britain reveals progress and plans in high technology combat aircraft project

By: Rebecca Campbell     27th July 2018 The UK unveiled a full-scale mock-up of a sixth-generation combat aircraft on the first day of the 2018 Farnborough airshow. This, described as a ‘concept aircraft’, is the result of the work of a consortium called Team Tempest, which comprises British aero­space firms and the Royal Air Force... 

French consortium joins SKA Organisation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 Maison SKA-France, a French consortium comprising five research organisations and seven private companies, has joined the SKA Organisation. CNRS is the leading research organisation for the participation of French institutes in the SKA through the Maison SKA-France consortium. The other research... 

Europe to become 'massive' buyer of US LNG, Trump says

By: Bloomberg     25th July 2018 Europe will build more terminals to import US liquefied natural gas, the head of the European Commission told US President Donald Trump during a meeting aimed at averting a transatlantic trade war. “They want very much to do that, and we have plenty of it,” Trump said, referring to the US shale... 

HillHead 2018

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th July 2018 With an unprecedented 546 exhibitors and almost 20,000 trade visitors in attendance, Hillhead 2018 was the biggest and most successful show to date For three gloriously sunny days at the end of June, as Britain sweltered in simmering summer temperatures, Tarmac’s Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton,... 

New zero-discharge chemical production facility opens in Pomona

By: Schalk Burger     20th July 2018 The new 6 600 m2 chemical production facility of multinational Veolia Water Technologies South Africa, in Pomona, Kempton Park is the main blending facility for the company’s local operations, and is also set to export to Veolia’s clients throughout Africa, owing to its competitive costs of... 

UN Security Council imposes arms embargo on South Sudan

By: African News Agency      18th July 2018 The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan as a measure to prevent the flow of weapons to armed groups in the war-hit nation. The members who backed the imposition of the ban believe such a move would help protect civilians, while others raised concerns... 

Revolutionary solar-power desalination plant could provide cheaper option, but it needs space

By: News24Wire      18th July 2018 The new solar-powered desalination plant under construction at Witsand on the southern Cape coast will produce water at a cost of only R7 to R8 a kilolitre. This is less than a quarter of the cost of water from Cape Town's temporary desalination plant at Strandfontein. Water from the... 

Solid Q2 performance rounds out strong first half for Rio Tinto

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th July 2018 Diversified major Rio Tinto has reported increased production in most of its commodities in the second quarter ended June, compared with the previous corresponding period. “Operational performance was solid across most commodities, rounding out a strong first half performance for the group,”... 

Multimillion-rand French funding deal for drought-stricken Western Cape still needs environmental approval

By: News24Wire      16th July 2018 A nearly R9-million joint desalination project between the Western Cape government and the French government still needs the required environmental approval for operation in November. The solar-powered desalination plant, the first of its kind, will be located in the coastal town of Witsand on... 

UN Security Council to vote Friday on proposed arms embargo on South Sudan

By: Reuters     13th July 2018 The United Nations Security Council is due to vote on Friday on a US-drafted resolution that would impose an arms embargo on South Sudan, five years after civil war broke out in the country, diplomats said on Thursday. A resolution needs nine votes in favor and no vetoes by Russia, China,... 

Solid demand forecast for turboprop aircraft amid growth in regional routes

By: Rebecca Campbell     13th July 2018 Regional turboprop airliner manufacturer ATR has released its 20-year (2018 to 2037) forecast for global demand for turboprop airliners. It estimates the market at 3 020 aircraft, worth more than $80-billion. “The key driver for this positive outlook is traffic growth in regional connectivity,”... 

Macron says Nato debates were 'frank and respectful'

By: Reuters     12th July 2018 French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that talks at a Nato summit were measured and respectful, despite critical tweets from US President Donald Trump in the run up to and during the gathering. Ahead of the summit, Trump criticised Germany on Twitter for what he called its dependence... 

Green tech to drive industrial demand for silver

By: Nadine James     6th July 2018 The ongoing green technologies revolution, driven by the exponential growth of new energy vehicles (NEVs) and continued investment in solar photovoltaic (PV) energy, should boost global industrial demand for silver over the next decade, says non-profit industry organisation Silver Institute in a... 

Over R1.3bn investments recorded for Western Cape in Q1 – Wesgro

By: African News Agency      6th July 2018 The Western Cape's investment promotion agency Wesgro said on Friday it had facilitated over R1.3-billion in investments in the first quarter, which would support the creation of 549 direct jobs. It said the nine investment projects secured represented a cross-section of the local economy and... 

Airliner manufacturer predicts strong demand for turboprop aircraft

By: Rebecca Campbell     2nd July 2018 Regional turboprop airliner manufacturer ATR on Monday released its 20-year (2018 to 2037) forecast for global demand for turboprop airliners. It estimated the market at 3 020 aircraft, worth more than $80-billion. “The key driver for this positive outlook is traffic growth in regional... 

Veolia's new South African chemical production facility offers improved cost competitiveness

By: Schalk Burger     29th June 2018 The new 6 600 m2 chemical production facility of multinational Veolia Water Technologies South Africa, which opened in Pomona, Kempton Park, on Thursday, is the main blending facility for the company’s local operations, and is also set to export to Veolia’s clients throughout Africa, owing to its... 

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