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Nov 11, 2011
Steel and vanadium producer Evraz Highveld is pursuing a range of initiatives, including cogeneration, designed to reduce its fast-rising power-related costs – the JSE-listed group’s electricity bill has surged to represent nearly 20% of total costs from around 10%...
Feb 15, 2011
The focus of this dialogue is on the anticipated legacy impacts of the infrastructure provided, both directly and indirectly, to support the hosting of the FIFA 2010 World Cup tournament.Mega events do hold all sorts of connotations and clearly instil hope for host...
Apr 02, 2010
South Africa has done exceptionally well in its preparations for the World Cup, despite there having initially been a lack of strategic thinking at some key implementing institutions, the National Treasury 2010 FIFA World Cup unit head Malcolm Simpson has said.
Mar 15, 2007
South Africa’s government hopes to have a draft agreement on the allocations for information communication technology (ICT) for the 2010 soccer World Cup by the end of the month, National Treasury head of 2010 World Cup Malcolm Simpson said on Thursday. He said that...
Mar 08, 2007
The constraints arising from the South Africa's skills shortages could be alleviated by a more "relaxed attitude" towards employment and expatriate expertise, Sacob president Deidre Penfold said on Thursday.
Mar 08, 2007
The head of the 2010 unit in the National Treasury expressed his concern Wednesday, at the shortage of skills needed to implement key 2010 Fifa World Cup infrastructure projects including the construction or building of the ten stadiums.
 
 
 
 
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