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Surge Technology and DEHN Africa: celebrating 30+ years of doing business together

15th October 2018 JOHANNESBURG –September 16, 2018 – Surge Technology and DEHN Africa are proudly celebrating over 30 years of doing business together in the surge and lightning protection industry. This is according to Paul van As, LV divisional manager of Surge Technology, who says, “The history of the two... 

Kelvin power station coal-to-gas conversion project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     21st September 2018 A feasibility study has been initiated into the prospect of converting the Kelvin power station into a 450 MW to 600 MW gas-fired power station. 

Jaguar launches R30m EV charging network in SA

By: Irma Venter     13th September 2018 Jaguar, in partnership with electric vehicle (EV) charging company GridCars, will install 82 new public charging stations for EVs and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) in the country’s major hubs, as well as along frequently-travelled holiday routes. The R30-million infrastructure investment should... 

Company gets new foam-dosing trailer system

By: Melissa Zisengwe     24th August 2018 For three consecutive years, fire protection equipment supplier DoseTech and Germany-based dosing technology company FireDos have supplied the latest portable foam fire-protection system to an integrated chemicals and energy company, states DoseTech MD Mike Feldon. 

Klipspruit pedestrian bridge, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     27th July 2018 The Johannesburg Roads Agency plans to build a pedestrian bridge over railway tracks in Klipspruit. 

Study indicates FDI can provide credible solutions to several social issues

By: Simone Liedtke     17th July 2018 If guided wisely, foreign direct investment (FDI) can provide credible solutions to inequality, and alleviate urban poverty and unemployment, the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) said on Tuesday with the release of its ‘State of the African Cities 2018’ report. Drawing on a... 

You can’t have your cake and eat it, Sanral’s Macozoma warns govt, South Africans 

By: Irma Venter     9th July 2018 South Africa is in critical need of a funding model for its road infrastructure. “The situation with toll in this country now is that, number one, people are anti-toll, and now we can’t toll anything,” said South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) CEO Skhumbuzo Macozoma on Monday at... 

Chemicals factory to support value chain opened in Maluti-a-Phofong SEZ

By: Schalk Burger     6th July 2018 An industrial chemicals factory opened in the Maluti-a-Phofong special economic zone (SEZ), in Harrismith, Free State, will play a key intermediate role in supporting the value chains that pass through this transport node, says the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Chemicals and Textiles... 

Irene Boulevard mixed-use precinct, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd June 2018 Abland, Giflo Developments and SOM are building a mixed-use development in Gauteng. 

Multi-Million Rand Turkish Investment In Western Cape Turns Scrap Metal Into Jobs, Profits

13th June 2018 Local scrap metal, previously shipped out of South Africa with virtually no local benefit, is now being transformed into tens of thousands of tons of valuable steel, boosting job creation in greater Cape Town and the national economy generally. The transformation of the sector came courtesy of a... 

Sandton Gate mixed-use development project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th June 2018 Bulk earthworks have started at the project. 

Corobrik megafactory, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th June 2018 Corobrik is building a megafactory as part of a wider capital investment programme to upgrade and expand the company’s manufacturing facilities in South Africa.  

Liquid fuels in focus

By: Terence Creamer     1st June 2018 With so much attention having been paid, correctly, to electricity in South Africa over the past ten-and-a-bit years other energy subsectors, such a liquid fuels, have been left to evolve in relative anonymity. That’s not to say they haven’t faced serious policy and existential challenges. The... 

Commissioning under way following VSD supply

By: Halima Frost     25th May 2018 Following Gauteng-based SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa’s supply of a Movitrac LTP B variable speed drive (VSD) for a slurry application to a new mine in Zambia, tests have been completed and commissioning of the pump is under way. The mine required a 110 kW VSD for an urgent slurry application, and... 

BMW Group South Africa Rosslyn plant investment programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th May 2018 BMW SA has dispatched its first made-in-South Africa X3 vehicles for export. 

Equites reports strong FY18 distribution growth

By: Marleny Arnoldi     10th May 2018 Real estate investment trust (Reit) Equites Property achieved 12.2% year-on-year growth in distributions a share to R1.23 for the financial year ended February 28 – cementing the company’s record of strong distribution that exceeds full year guidance.  

144 Oxford office development, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     13th April 2018 Growthpoint is building 35 000 m2 of premium office space in Johannesburg. 

Wacker Neuson concludes ground-breaking black-owned dealer / distribution agreement with Enza Capital Equipment

10th April 2018 Wacker Neuson is proud to announce the successful conclusion of a dealer and distribution agreement on 22nd March 2018 which sees Enza Capital Equipment as the first 100% black-owned Wacker Neuson dealer in South Africa. Enza is a member of the Asani Group, a diversified industrial holdings... 

Old Mint Park industrial development, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     30th March 2018 Atterbury and Old Mutual Properties are building a new state-of-the-art 65 000 m2 industrial park. 

Engen partnership proves the power of support for emerging black entrepreneurs

14th March 2018 Unseating his prime competitor to become South Africa’s number one LPG market leader makes Easigas-Reatile Gaz chairman Simphiwe Mehlomakulu extremely proud.   But arguably more proud are his partners at Engen, who Mehlomakulu credits with helping position his black-owned and managed company as a... 

LOVEMORE BROS

2nd March 2018 Established in 1989 by brothers Rob and Bruce Lovemore, Lovemore Bros has become one of South Africa’s premier machine moving and rigging companies, with branches in Johannesburg, Gauteng, and Durban and Richards Bay, in KwaZulu-Natal. A family business built on a legacy of performance excellence... 

Township economy, jobs remain top priority for Gauteng

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th February 2018 Gauteng Premier David Makhura’s State of the Province Address (SoPA) has highlighted “greater determination” to accelerate South Africa’s most populous province’s radical transformation, modernisation and reindustrialisation programme, particularly the revitalisation of the township economy and... 

Bridge street bridge reconstruction, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     16th February 2018 Johannesburg Roads Agency is reconstructing the bridge over the Klipspruit river, in Johannesburg, Gauteng. 

When the going gets tough, Robor continues to find a way!

6th February 2018 Robor – New Mill / Mine Support Products / Tricom Structures / Aegion Joint Venture Remaining at the forefront of technology and product development is paramount for any company who considers themselves amongst market leaders. At Robor, we take this aspect of our business very seriously. Over the... 

When the going gets tough, Robor continues to find a way!

5th February 2018 Robor – New Mill / Mine Support Products / Tricom Structures / Aegion Joint Venture Remaining at the forefront of technology and product development is paramount for any company who considers themselves amongst market leaders. At Robor, we take this aspect of our business very seriously. Over the... 

Novus Holdings welcomes ITB Manufacturing on board

17th January 2018 In June 2017, the Competition Commission approved the proposed merger between Novus Holdings, a leader in commercial print and manufacturing, and ITB Manufacturing, a private company that manufactures and supplies flexible plastic packaging solutions. Accordingly, it was announced via SENS on 19... 

Comar Asphalt Plants Get Even More Mobile

15th January 2018 Leading the local industry in asphalt plants, Gauteng-based Comar has designed a more compact and mobile plant for easier and more economical transportation, as well as quicker set-up time. Already a well-known name among South African asphalt producers, Comar has leveraged its extensive in-house... 

CMTI Group gears up to supply gold, platinum mines

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     9th January 2018 Mining equipment and machinery supplier CMTI Group, which started operations at its Gauteng-based factory last year, aims to raise $20-million before the close of the first quarter of this year to increase its production capacity. Initial indications and expressions of interest from potential... 

Sanitaryware manufacturer on marketing road trip

By: Nadine James     15th December 2017 Sanitary ware manufacturer Grohe Dawn Watertech Holdings (GDWT) – which recently became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japanese housing equipment company LIXIL Corporation – has embarked on a national tour to familiarise South African contractors, developers and aspiring do-it-yourself enthusiasts... 

M&R acquires a further 17% of Bombela

By: Anine Kilian     8th December 2017 JSE-listed engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts (M&R) has completed the acquisition of a further 17% shareholding in the Bombela Concession Company (BCC) for a total consideration of R405-million.  BCC is a special-purpose vehicle that was appointed in 2006 by the Gauteng... 

Deloitte head office project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 Construction has started on Deloitte's new headquarters. 

Swazi Rail Link infrastructure project, Swaziland and South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     17th November 2017 An expression of interest for the proposed cross-border Swazi Rail Link infrastructure project will be released to potential investors before the end of this year. 

Student competition fosters innovative energy solutions

By: Nica Schreuder     10th November 2017 In a bid to allow South African engineering students to explore and understand energy efficiency and solutions, Gauteng-based tertiary institution the University of Johannesburg (UJ) has partnered with international energy and petrochemicals group Shell Global for the fourth time to host the... 

South Africa steadily keeps pace with global LED shift

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     3rd November 2017 With the UK expecting that all conventional street lights will be converted to street lights fitted with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) by 2021, manufacturer of luminaires and glass-fibre-reinforced polyester poles BEKA Schréder product development manager Daniel Kasper laments South Africa’s... 

Transnet looking abroad for growth as it again pares back South Africa capex 

By: Terence Creamer     30th October 2017 State-owned freight logistics group Transnet continues to pare back its investment portfolio in the South African, which is expected to grow by less than 1% in 2017. The group, which operates rail, port and pipelines businesses, expects to invest R229.2-billion over the coming seven years,... 

Exxaro headquarters, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     20th October 2017 Exxaro aims to consolidate its current offices in Pretoria and Johannesburg into one workspace at a convenient midpoint for staff and business partners. 

R20bn Swazi Rail Link being prepared for presentation to investors before year-end 

By: Terence Creamer     12th October 2017 An expression of interest (EoI) for the R20-billion crossborder Swazi Rail Link infrastructure project between South Africa and Swaziland will be released to potential investors before the end of 2017, South Africa’s Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) and Swaziland Rail confirmed on Thursday. The 150 km... 

Equites’ logistics focus proves resilient in H1

By: Mia Breytenbach     12th October 2017 JSE-listed specialist logistics property developer and landlord Equites Property Fund’s distributions a share for the six months to August 31, increased by 12.02% year-on-year to 60.98c, which is at the upper end of the company’s guidance of 10% to 12% distribution growth for the 2018 financial... 

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