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Sep 19, 2014
For two years, Italy-based industrial research and development company Sunchem have been working on producing jet fuel using a tobacco crop project in Marble Hall, Limpopo, which has proved to be successful in the small-scale trials, says Sunchem SA MD Joost van...
Sep 26, 2013
Iron and tin mineral development company Bushveld Minerals has acquired a 50% stake in the Marble Hall tin project, in Limpopo, from Acacia Resources for an initial cash payment of R2-million and future cash commitments. The Marble Hall project, of which the...
Mar 09, 2012
One of the largest irrigated farming ventures in Limpopo was commissioned in January and handed over to the Ikageng community, in Strydkraal.
Oct 09, 2009
AltX-listed minerals exploration company Chrometco narrowed its net loss in the first six months of the 2010 financial year to R1,7-million, compared with a net loss of R2,9-million the year before. Its headline loss a share improved to a loss of 0,96c a share in...
Jun 29, 2009
AltX-listed diversified miner Chrometco on Monday announced a R66-million deal with Lime-Chem which might lead to the construction of a 500-t/d limestone/dolomite kiln operation, the company said. Chrometco said it had entered into an agreement with William Edward...
Oct 29, 2008
Building materials firm Infrasors has agreed to invest a further R15-million into a third phase at its subsidiary Lyttleton Dolomite Pluto plant, as a result of the continued demand increases, the company said on Wednesday. Production would now be increased to about...
Oct 29, 2008
Building materials firm Infrasors has agreed to invest a further R15-million into a third phase at its subsidiary Lyttleton Dolomite Pluto plant, as a result of the continued demand increases, the company said on Wednesday. Production would now be increased to about...
Oct 01, 2007
AltX-listed industrial materials and mining group Infrasors posted a revenue of R127-million for the six months to August 31, 2007.
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Jul 23, 2004
The Hereford Canal, a 75-year-old canal in northern Mpumulanga that has been losing up to 60% of its water through leakage, is being waterproofed by construction company Group Five at a cost of R17-million.
Jul 23, 2004
According to the United Nations World Water Assessment, where the annual rainfall of 182 countries was examined, only 30 countries have less available water per person than South Africa.
Jul 21, 2004
An environmental-impact assessment (EIA) study is to be launched for the construction of the second phase of the R3-billion Olifants River Water Resource Development Project.
Jun 11, 2004
Cabinet has released further details of a R3-billion water project to supply water for social and economic development in Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
Mar 30, 2004
The Hereford Canal, a 75-year-old canal in northern Mpumalanga that has been losing up to 60% of its water through leakage, is being waterproofed by construction company Group Five at a cost of R17-million.
Mar 19, 2004
The first phase of the proposed R3-billion plus water-resources-development project, part of the additional expansion project for the Olifants river in Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces, is currently under way.
Aug 08, 2003
A study to determine future water requirements in the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces, expected to grow with the development of various platinum projects, is nearing completion, said South Africa’s Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (Dwaf).
Jul 25, 2003
A study to determine future water requirements in the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces, expected to grow with the development of various platinum projects, is nearing completion, said South Africa’s Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (Dwaf).
Feb 28, 2003
Water Affairs and Forestry Minister Ronnie Kasrils last week elaborated on plans for the development of the Olifants river system in the Limpopo Province.
Feb 20, 2003
Water Affairs and Forestry Minister, Ronnie Kasrils, yesterday eloborated on plans for the development of the Olifants River system in the Limpopo Province in a bid support economic initiatives, particularly platinum mining.
 
 
 
 
May 17, 2002
The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (Dwaf) may consider damming the Steelpoort river at De Hoop, in Limpopo Province, if expected mining development in the river’s catchment materialises.
Apr 12, 2002
The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (Dwaf) is mulling two water-resource development projects in the Olifants river catchment, with a combined cost of more than R900-million at today’s prices.
Feb 08, 2002
More than R300-million will be spent before March to develop one of South Africa’s most poverty-stricken rural area – Sekhukhune.
Jan 31, 2002
More than R300-million will be spent before March to develop one of South Africa’s most poverty-stricken rural areas – Sekhukhune.
May 19, 2000
Tenders are invited for a reservoir and booster pump system.
Aug 20, 1999
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