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Epiroc supports Kimberley Ekapa Mining in South Africa on their digitalization journey

12th November 2018 Mobilaris Mining Intelligence (MMI) from Epiroc enables superior situational awareness to oversee a mining operation in all its complexity. Kimberley Ekapa Mining will use MMI to embrace mine digitalization and create a superior decision support system to proactively enhance safety and increase... 

PEM® Self-Clinching Nuts and Studs for Use in High-Strength Thin Steel Sheets

2nd November 2018 Provide Permanent Threads for Automotive Component Attachment Applications PEM® self-clinching SH™ nuts and HFLH™ studs from PennEngineering® can successfully install in high-strength thin steel sheets to provide permanent threads for mating hardware in automotive component attachment applications. 

South Africa moves to reboot digital migration after years of delay 

By: Natasha Odendaal     2nd November 2018 Following years since embarking on, and the subsequent stalling of, South Africa’s migration from analogue to digital broadcasting, the Department of Communications (DoC) hopes to revive its momentum after revising its digital migration delivery model. The revised model approved by Cabinet in... 

Energy-saving lighting installed at Boxer DC

2nd November 2018 Magnet has added another energy-saving lighting installation to its repertoire, with the completion of an installation for the new Boxer Superstores distribution centre (DC) in East London, the company indicated in a statement in October. “Following the success of Magnet’s lighting installation... 

Storage shelving, better option for plastic pallets

2nd November 2018 Pallet supplier Premier Pallets posits that for companies to optimise storage space, a racking-system (racking without centre support or shelving) is the logical way to go, however, this premise comes into question when companies use plastic pallets in factories. The company indicates that the... 

South Africa moves to reboot digital migration after years of delay

By: Natasha Odendaal     2nd November 2018 Following years since embarking on, and the subsequent stalling of, South Africa’s migration from analogue to digital broadcasting, the Department of Communications (DoC) hopes to revive its momentum after revising its digital migration delivery model. The revised model approved by Cabinet in... 

Zimplats profit rises on higher 4E output 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     31st October 2018 Impala Platinum (Implats) subsidiary Zimplats has reported a 4% increase in platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold (4E) tonnes mined to 1.6-million tonnes and a 6% increase in tonnes milled to 1.67-million for the quarter ended September 30. This compares with the 1.8-million tonnes of ore mined... 

Atlas Copco WEDA 50+ and 60+ pumps take dewatering solutions to the next level

30th October 2018 Atlas Copco has solidified its place at the forefront of the pumps industry with the introduction of WEDA 50+ and 60+ dewatering pumps. These pumps have been designed to provide customers with enhanced levels of performance alongside improved efficiency, hassle-free maintenance as well as... 

Natural gas cheaper than soaring diesel, petrol, says NGV Gas  

By: Irma Venter     30th October 2018 When compared with petrol, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas, compressed natural gas (CNG) is the most economic transport fuel, believes CNG group sales and marketing manager Wayne Williams. “On 26 September, natural gas was R7.10c cheaper than a litre of 95 octane petrol in Johannesburg,” he... 

Aurubis orders three new Peirce-Smith converters from SMS group

29th October 2018 Hamburg-based Aurubis AG is to take delivery of three new converters, which will be supplied by SMS group www.sms-group.com and used to produce blister copper, an important stage in the copper production process. The converters will be installed at the company’s headquarters in Hamburg. They are... 

Rain to launch 5G network

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th October 2018 South Africa’s newest data network provider, rain, is planning to deploy a fifth-generation (5G) broadband fixed-wireless network to support government’s drive for competition, lower data prices and improved access in the telecommunications industry. Teaming up with partners Huawei and Nokia, the... 

Ultra-Lok® helps to clamp down on cable theft

26th October 2018 The tamper-proof Ultra-Lok® clamping system, distributed locally by Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions Africa, has been relaunched with a particular emphasis on its ability to prevent cable theft. Cable theft costs the South African economy billions of rands each year in lost productivity,... 

Automatic shut-off valves improve plant safety

By: Paige Müller     26th October 2018 Valves, steam and combustion system solution provider Heaton Valves Africa (HVA), states that its extensive range of German-made Albrecht-Automatik safety shut-off systems and components, significantly improve combustion system operational safety in the industries it serves. HVA combustion... 

Easy-to-read characters made from stainless steel

26th October 2018 Band-It range of stainless steel clamping and identification systems distributor Banding & Identification Solutions Africa offers an easy-to-read and -install identification system for equipment from hoses to heavy equipment. Banding & Identification sales representative Matthew Campbell explains... 

Company offers consultation on stainless steel grade use

By: Thabi Madiba     26th October 2018 As part of its anchor installer training service, construction industry service and technology provider Hilti South Africa offers consulting on the implications of using different grades of stainless steel as fasteners for anchoring purposes in the construction industry. “We all know stainless... 

New model for digital migration to be phased in from March

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th October 2018 The new delivery model for the digital migration process will be phased in from March, the Department of Communications (DoC) says. Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says that the revised delivery model will see government step back from its involvement in the procurement of set-top boxes... 

N1 – Plattekloof road and Old Oak interchange upgrade, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     26th October 2018 The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works is upgrading the N1 between Plattekloof road and Old Oak interchange, which includes the addition of a third lane in both directions. 

Wire rod mill, UK

By: Sheila Barradas     26th October 2018 The project involves the design, manufacture and installation of a new wire rod line and the upgrade of long rolling equipment at the existing rod mill at Scanthorpe, in England. 

South32 foresees short-term volatility, but long-term growth, sustainability 

By: Schalk Burger     25th October 2018 Diversified mining and metals company South32 on Thursday forecast short-term price volatility for the commodities it produces, but also highlighted its strong cash position and its work to further optimise its global portfolio of assets. In a speech delivered at the company’s 2018 annual general... 

Siemens launches distributed energy system as solution to Africa’s energy transition

By: Simone Liedtke     25th October 2018 German electronics manufacturer Siemens on Wednesday launched, at its headquarters in Midrand, its end-to-end distributed energy system (DES) as a solution to assist the African continent in its energy transition. The DES provides for the targeted use of renewable energy, combined heating and... 

Huge Portals Delivered To Nelson Mandela Bay

24th October 2018 A leading construction company has taken delivery of two Condra 60-ton portal cranes for its pre-cast yard in Port Elizabeth. The twin Class Three machines, each one weighing approximately 52 tons, are very large cranes with 30-metre spans and 9-metre lift heights.  They will be used for the... 

Reducing commercial and industrial fire risks

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th October 2018 Sprinkler systems remain the optimal manner in which to supress fires in commercial and industrial properties. While sprinkler system use in buildings dates back to the 19th century, they are in fact still the best manner to ensure the safety of lives and protect infrastructure. In light of the... 

Data centre design and build is evolving – here’s why:

24th October 2018 By Jos Baart, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Flexenclosure With new data centre capacity needed at an ever-accelerating pace, rushing the delivery of a new facility significantly increases risk. Find out how off-site construction, integration and testing prior to final on site commissioning... 

“Solar energy lighting the way for small businesses”

24th October 2018 Large shopping centres in urban hubs have been early adopters of the solar farming trend. With ample roof space and large daily energy usage, they are a perfect case study for the cost-saving benefits of solar power. However, the economic spinoffs of renewable energy are truly palpable in rural... 

Independence invests A$51m in exploration

By: Esmarie Iannucci     23rd October 2018 Diversified miner Independence Group will spend A$51-million on discovery expenditure in the 2019 financial year, MD and CEO Peter Bradford said on Tuesday. Speaking to the Australian Nickel conference, Bradford said that some A$33-million of this funding would go towards greenfields... 

Data Centre Management as a Service is a game changer

23rd October 2018 Riaan de Leeuw, VP for IT Division - Anglophone Africa, Schneider Electric Connectivity and data continue to transform the way that industries work, how companies interact and how people live. Data centres, server rooms and IT closets all play a critical role in making this happen. 

Eskom gearing up for big grid-scale battery storage roll-out  

By: Terence Creamer     22nd October 2018 State-owned electricity utility Eskom is preparing to roll-out battery energy storage systems (BESS) across multiple sites as part of a replacement plan for the 100 MW Kiwano concentrated solar power (CSP) project initially approved as part of the $3.75-billion World Bank loan extended to the... 

Stabila, fischer makes quality cabinetry a cinch for Easylife Kitchens

22nd October 2018 Easylife Kitchens (ELK) of Faerie Glen, Johannesburg, is using fischer fixings and Stabila measuring equipment, distributed locally by Upat, to provide the best cabinetry solutions to meet its clients’ design requirements. From kitchen to bedroom, bathroom, bar, or even garage cupboards, ELK... 

A chain reaction of quality and reliability with Powermite’s EKD Kolibri energy chain

19th October 2018 Powermite has been a leading supplier of EKD Kolibri energy chain to the Southern African market for more than three decades. The company shares a combined knowledge of over 50 years in drag chain applications with EKD, the globally renowned energy chain manufacturer based in Germany. “EKD energy... 

BMG supplies range of hydraulic and pneumatic seals

19th October 2018 Technical solutions provider BMG – the only official distributor for hydraulic and pneumatic seals manufacturer and sealing solutions provider Hallite Seals in Central and Southern Africa – supplies an extensive range of hydraulic and pneumatic seals and sealing solutions for demanding... 

Hytec Group companies reduce OEM’s energy costs

19th October 2018 In a first for South Africa, automation solutions provider Tectra Automation and hydraulic solutions provider Hytec collaborated to aid a motor vehicle original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) reduce energy costs at its Port Elizabeth engine plant. 

Digital broadcasting migration project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th October 2018 The Department of Communication will continue to distribute the remaining set top boxes it has procured for the digital migration project using the old delivery model until decoder depletion. 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho/South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th October 2018 Construction work on Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is set to start soon. 

Mall of Africa wins big at The Footprint Marketing Awards

18th October 2018 Attacq Limited, the JSE listed property company developing Waterfall City and Waterfall Logistics Hub, is proud to announce that the Mall of Africa has received 3 awards at the South African Council of Shopping Centres (SACSC) Footprint Marketing Awards. The annual awards, which took place on 18... 

Conveyor belts are a leading cause of underground fires yet they are avoidable

18th October 2018 This year has proven to be one of the deadliest for mine safety in South Africa since 2012. One of the leading causes of deaths and injury in mines is fire and a large proportion of fires are caused by conveyor belts. Conveyor belts are widely used in mining, both under and above ground. Yet... 

Endeavour moves forward Ity gold pour

By: Mariaan Webb     17th October 2018 The Ity carbon-in-leach (CIL) gold project that Endeavour Mining’s in-house team is building in Côte d'Ivoire is tracking two months ahead of schedule and will pour its first gold at the beginning of the March 2019 quarter, rather than mid-year, the Canadian firm reported on Wednesday. In a... 

First Green Housing Solution in Pretoria selects Technicrete

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th October 2018 On top of Waterkloof Hill sits Greenhill Estate, an eco-friendly and energy efficient residential estate that offers magnificent 360-degree views of the surrounding area and is the first green housing solution development in Pretoria. Technicrete were selected to supply their Enviro-Wall... 

Brink Towing Systems SA secures additional export volumes

By: Irma Venter     16th October 2018 An unexpected surge in demand will see Brink Towing Systems South Africa (SA) in October and November export almost 10 000 additional units to its parent company, the Brink Group, in the Netherlands. Brink Towing Systems SA is the largest manufacturer of tow bars in the domestic market, and... 

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