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African Energy Indaba celebrates its 10th edition in 2018.

     11th December 2017 The African Energy Indaba (AEI) celebrates its 10th edition on 20-21 February, 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa. This flagship annual event on the African business calendar correlates with the growth in African energy on the continent, as the AEI is well-renowned... 

SAPVIA launches ‘bold’ 5-point plan for solar industrialisation

By: Mia Breytenbach     8th December 2017 The South African Photovoltaic Industry Association (SAPVIA) has announced a “bold” five-point plan for the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry to drive industrialisation, create jobs, and contribute to economic growth. Speaking at the Energy Indaba held at Gallagher Estate in Midrand, on Friday,... 

Zuma promises ‘seamless’ ANC transition at energy indaba that sidesteps IRP debate

By: Terence Creamer     7th December 2017 President Jacob Zuma used his address at the Energy Indaba, taking place in Johannesburg this week, to assure business and investors that the upcoming African National Congress (ANC) elective conference would be “orderly and peaceful”, while promising a “seamless” handover to the new ANC... 

Demand for battery metals will drive African exploration, investment

By: Nadine James     1st December 2017 Growth in the electric vehicle (EV) market will boost demand for battery metals exponentially, driving exploration and investment in Africa. This was discussed during a live-streamed Mining Indaba panel on energy metals in which Cobalt 27 chairperson Anthony Milewski, Montero president and CEO Dr... 

Makwana appointed chairperson of Illovo Sugar

By: Natasha Odendaal     30th November 2017 Illovo Sugar South Africa on Thursday announced the appointment of Mpho Makwana as chairperson, effective December 1, succeeding Gavin Dalgleish who stepped down to focus on his role as group MD. Makwana previously co-chaired the World Economic Forum on Africa in 2011 and served as Eskom... 

Academy of engineers calls for nuclear procurement halt until IRP consensus is reached

By: Terence Creamer     30th November 2017 The South African Academy of Engineering (SAAE) has called for a moratorium on the procurement of new electricity generation capacity, including nuclear power, until consensus has been reached on a new Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), which should be the outcome of “proper consultation in an open... 

Comments on the Latest Development Regarding the Integrated Resource Plan and Nuclear Procurement Programme in the Department of Energy

     30th November 2017 South African Academy of Engineering   The South African Academy of Engineering (SAAE) is a voluntary organisation comprising fellows elected by their peers on account of their eminence as engineers with proven records of significant contributions towards the engineering profession in South... 

Civil rights groups voice opposition to ‘rushed’ Energy Indaba

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     29th November 2017 Twenty-three South African civil rights and environmental activist groups have sent a letter to Energy Minister David Mahlobo seeking clarity on the nature and purpose of the upcoming Energy Indaba, scheduled for December 7 to 8 in Johannesburg. “It appears that the indaba will relate to the... 

Africa Energy Indaba announces a strategic partnership

     29th November 2017 The Africa Energy Indaba is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) to grow and develop the African Energy Sector with the SAEEC Member Companies.   The South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) is a Public Private... 

Renewable energy, critical to meeting Africa’s energy needs by 2040

     27th November 2017 Africa, filled with many developing nations, provides the ideal opportunity for the application of renewable energy solutions and technologies.  About 635 million Africans still live without electricity and demand for energy is rising rapidly.   Given the lack of power supply, especially in the... 

Academy seeks to mitigate issues for bus industry

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     24th November 2017 The Southern African Bus Operators Association (Saboa) believes that its planned Driver Training Academy will alleviate some of the issues the bus sector is facing. Speaking at the Gauteng Bus Indaba and Strategic Planning Workshop, held in September, Saboa executive manager Eric Cornelius said... 

Company expands diesel supply to include buses

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     24th November 2017 Wholesale prices fuel supplier Next Grace Investments is providing a valuable diesel supply solutions for clients in the bus and truck industry. During the Gauteng Bus Indaba and Strategic Planning Workshop, held in September at the Nasrec Expo Centre, in Johannesburg, Next Grace Investments... 

Land Bank a key driver in transforming agri sector in South Africa

By: African News Agency      22nd November 2017 South Africa’s State-owned financial institution the Land Bank has a number of key deliverables, but one of the most important is to help transform the sector by assisting emerging and smallholder farmers. The Land Bank is one of the key institutions at the Africa Agri Investment Indaba 2017... 

Manufacturing Indaba targets growth

     15th November 2017 The annual Manufacturing Indaba has its sights set on expansion and growing the current offering to manufacturers both from South Africa and from the SADC region. To support this growth strategy, the event has relocated to the Sandton Convention Centre, Sandton, to allow for added venue space to... 

Target 2018's biggest events in your marketing plans

     14th November 2017 Creamer Media is a media partner for most of the important conferences and exhibitions on the 2018 events calendar. "Advertisers are urged to consider placements in those editions if your company has plans to exhibit at, or sponsor, any of our selected events," says Martin Creamer, Publishing... 

Upcoming energy event to showcase African project opportunities  

By: Simone Liedtke     10th November 2017 A key focus point of the African Energy Indaba (AEI) – which celebrates its ten-year milestone next year – is to provide access to project opportunities across the African continent. 

The new age of digitalisation and the impact on the African energy sector

     9th November 2017 The role of digitalisation within the African energy sector is growing rapidly and will result in demand for innovation, adaptation to new market technologies as well as the development of a new skill set within companies.African countries can add a value of R4 trillion ($300billion) to the... 

Bristow, Friedland may go head-to-head in on-stage copper-gold debate

By: Martin Creamer     7th November 2017 Dr Mark Bristow of Randgold Resources and Robert Friedland of Ivanhoe Mines may go head-to-head in a live on-stage gold-versus-copper debate at the Investing in African Mining Indaba event at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 5 to 8, Mining Indaba MD Alex Grose disclosed... 

Manufacturing in the Western Cape and the potential for Intra Africa Trade

     7th November 2017 Manufacturing is the second biggest sector in the Western Cape and contributes about 15% to the South African manufacturing sector output. The province’s agro-processing sector has shown resilience during these tough economic times, and its renewables and green tech industries have received... 

Mpho Makwana takes over as Gibela chairperson

     3rd November 2017 Mpho Makwana has succeeded Dr Xolani Mkhwanazi as chairperson of Gibela Rail Transport Consortium, effective October 1.   Makwana has more than 25 years of experience working in South Africa’s public and private sectors.   He is currently the independent nonexecutive chairperson of ArcelorMittal... 

South Africa headed for potential downgrade

By: Anine Kilian     2nd November 2017 Ratings agencies could potentially downgrade the country to below investment status sometime this month, predicts global asset management firm Argon Asset Manager economist Thabi Leoka. Addressing delegates at the SBi Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Indaba in Johannesburg, on Thursday, Leoka... 

Political environment stifling investment, radical economic growth needed – Phosa

By: Anine Kilian     2nd November 2017 South Africa’s current unstable political environment has a massive influence on the economy, African National Congress presidential candidate Mathews Phosa said on Thursday. Speaking at the SBi Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Indaba, in Johannesburg, he stated that the country’s... 

New initiative to be launched at tenth Africa Energy Indaba

By: Simone Liedtke     24th October 2017 In the run-up to the tenth yearly Africa Energy Indaba (AEI) in February, the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) on Tuesday announced that it would launch its African Energy Consultants initiative at the event. The SAAEC, which is a partner of the AEI Trade Association that... 

Transnet asking suppliers to provide details of any third-party ‘commissions’

By: Terence Creamer     23rd October 2017 Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama says that the freight logistics group is investigating every allegation of possible corruption in relation to the State-owned group’s procurement programmes, revealing that scope of its inquiries extends beyond the R50-billion locomotive contract, which is the subject... 

Over 6 000 visitors expected at packaging event

By: Victor Moolman     20th October 2017 This year, Propak Cape, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from October 24 to 26, will host more than 200 local and international exhibitors. Based on the previous Propak Cape, held in 2014, this year, the company is expecting more than 6 000 visitors. 

Lessons learnt at the recent Joburg Indaba: Create a singular goal and a long-term vision Written by Dimitri Cavvadas, Partner at Fasken Martineau

     19th October 2017 The growing popularity of the Joburg Indaba with its robust debate last week (4-5 October) was encouraging, while at the same time somewhat ironic. The event, which focuses mainly on the status of the South African – rather than the African or international – mining industry, continues to grow in... 

Economist warns of consequences of low growth, potential tax hikes

By: Ilan Solomons     18th October 2017 It is well known that the South African economy is having serious growth challenges, which is unlikely to improve over the next three years, with best estimates that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow by just 2% during this period. This is according to financial services company... 

Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 and Collaborating Robotics — How Do We Cope with Societal Discourse?

     16th October 2017 An Appeal for Research and A Critical Reflection. Omron Industrial Automation, Johannesburg. South Africa. 

Event drives partnerships at the highest levels

By: Robyn Wilkinson     13th October 2017 This year’s South Africa-Italy Summit/Indaba will advance the work of the previous three years’ events in building a community of business and governmental leaders from South Africa and Italy that will seek to reinforce strategic business relationships and actively explore new opportunities for... 

Resources Watch  

     12th October 2017 This week: Chamber of Mines stands by its decision to boycott gala dinner; Rip up charter, provide tax incentives, back junior miners, says Maimane And, ANC will heed Joburg Indaba call for removal of Minerals Minister, says Mkhize 

Transport key to continental integration, says minister 

By: Anine Kilian     11th October 2017 Intercontinental integration is not feasible without transport playing a critical and strategic role in ensuring that African countries are linked through roads, railway lines, shipping routes and air transport connections, says Deputy Transport Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga. Speaking at the... 

Africa Energy Indaba To Discuss Key Issues Facing The African Energy Sector

     9th October 2017 The 10th African Energy Indaba (AEI) will take place on 20-21st February, 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. The conference plenary session topics include: -  

Packaging conference and free-to-attend seminars at Propak Cape

     9th October 2017 Business decision-makers, purchasing influencers and other industry professionals will be heading to Propak Cape in October. As the Western Cape’s premier packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling trade exhibition, visitors will be looking for the latest products, technologies... 

South African mining industry still not spending enough on R&D

By: Mia Breytenbach     6th October 2017 While South Africa has increased its investment in mining research and development (R&D) since 2014, the country’s investment is still below that of its peers, delegates heard during a panel discussion on ‘Technological Innovation and Advancements in the Mining Industry’ at the Joburg Indaba, on... 

Strong sentiments from 2017 Joburg Indaba  

     6th October 2017 This year’s Joburg Indaba kicked off with strong sentiments from government and industry players. Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer attended speaks to Creamer Media's Sashnee Moodley about the highlights. 

On-The-Air (06/10/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     6th October 2017 The Department of Mineral Resources has dealt the economy a heavy blow by forcing the exploration of diamond giant De Beers to grind to a halt; South Africa’s foremost black miner this week committed the industry to doing all it can to build a better South Africa; and The world’s oldest mine this... 

Geospatial products distributor launches world’s smallest image laser scanner locally

By: Mia Breytenbach     6th October 2017 Geospatial products distributor Aciel Geomatics has officially locally launched the Leica BLK360 imaging laser scanner – the world’s smallest and lightest image laser scanner. Aciel Geomatics, the appointed distributor for Switzerland-based Leica Geosystems AG, launched the scanner at the... 

CoM committed to finding workable solutions that are in the national interest

By: Mia Breytenbach     5th October 2017 The Chamber of Mines (CoM) has drawn a firm line in the sand regarding its opposition to unethical leadership, bad governance and State capture,” CoM president Mxolisi Mgojo asserted on Thursday. “We are doing what is necessary to ensure better outcomes for our sector and our country. The chamber... 

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