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Jun 10, 2014
Independent research by University of Maryland supply chain lecturer Lisa Harrington has revealed that technology, or tech, companies should look at dramatically overhauling their existing African supply-chain strategies to meet the demands of an emerging, volatile...
Apr 11, 2014
A coded map system enables anyone to get a unique location code for any 5 m x 5 m area on earth. Each 25-m2 block reference is generated independently using algorithms developed by the Mapcode Foundation. This reference system is called Mapcode and can be used to...
Jun 08, 2012
Tighter monitoring and the introduction of internal control measures on the Gauteng Online project, which aims to connect 2 199 schools in Gauteng to the Internet by building computer laboratories at the schools and using wide-area network nodes linked to multiple...
Oct 17, 2011
he government of Guinea will use 35% of a $700-million windfall from Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto to rebuild the mineral-rich West African nation's broken infrastructure, a Guinean official said on Sunday. Rio struck a deal with Guinea in April to settle a...
Jan 06, 2011
Freight operator QR National on Thursday reported that its flood recovery efforts were continuing across all fronts to restore coal and freight services to customers, as well as assisting regional communities affected by the recent floods in Queensland. Since...
Dec 10, 2010
Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) has invested R72-billion in port infrastructure over the past five years and R18,4-billion over the past year to ensure that, when the country emerges from its economic crisis, it does not have inadequate infrastructure.
Dec 01, 2010
The challenge of attracting "fickle" finance is the number-one priority for mining companies going into 2011, according to an industry report published on Wednesday. Miners need to adapt to changing conditions, including by looking at alternative sources of funding,...
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