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Jul 04, 2011
African leaders plan to launch a fund this year to help the continent access and manage its share of money from the global UN Green Climate Fund, a UN official said. Climate negotiators have yet to establish the Green Climate Fund, which the United Nations wants to...
Jul 01, 2011
Jun 27, 2011
Attached please find a press release on: African efforts on climate action received a welcome boost today with approval of a ground-breaking renewable energy project in Morocco that should be a game-changer for solar power at large-scale.
Jun 20, 2011
Global steel production was 4.2% higher in May at 130-million tons compared with the same month last year, said the World Steel Association (worldsteel) on Monday. Output in most regions grew, except for a small drop in production in the European Union and Oceania,...
May 20, 2011
The Main One cable and the Seacom fibre-optic cable have interconnected in Europe.
Apr 29, 2011
Renowned US aircraft engine manufacturer General Electric (GE) Aviation, part of the giant GE group, is excited by the prospects in Africa. “I think the excitement and opportunity is the growth happening in Africa,” says GE Aviation Global customer and product...
Mar 31, 2011
Brent crude rose 0,4% towards $116 on Thursday, heading for its biggest quarterly gain in almost two years as war, revolutions, and unrest across the Middle East and North Africa thrust supply constraints to the forefront of investor concerns. The global economic...
Feb 25, 2011
Mobile telecommunications (telecoms) provider MTN, and German sustainable development organisation Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) have signed a development partnership for a pilot project to manage the safe disposal of electronic waste (ewaste)...
Feb 18, 2011
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Nov 05, 2010
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Oct 29, 2010
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Oct 22, 2010
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Oct 18, 2010
Tin hopeful Kasbah Resources on Monday reported that it would raise up to A$24-million to fund an accelerated exploration and development programme at its Achmmach tin project, in Morocco. The company would issue 87,5-million shares, at 24c a share, through a share...
Oct 15, 2010
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Sep 17, 2010
Construction of the Kenitra power plant will cater for Morocco's increasing energy demands.
Aug 20, 2010
The project involves the design, construction, operation, maintenance and financing of five power generating stations, in Morocco.
Aug 02, 2010
South African President Jacob Zuma goes to Russia and China this month, part of a push to open new trade and investment routes to the fast-growing emerging economies to replace traditional markets in Europe. The trips come on the heels of a state visit to South...
Jul 20, 2010
Global crude steel output by members of the World Steel Association, grew by 27,9% year-on-year to 706-million tons in the first half of 2010, but the association stressed that most regions’ steel production had not yet recovered to precrisis levels. While all...
Jul 09, 2010
German technology giant Siemens has commissioned the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) to compile an ‘African Green City Index' by the beginning of 2011, ranking the greenest cities in 12 African countries, including four South African cities. The study follows on...
 
 
 
 
May 28, 2010
Algeria's largest private company Cevital is seeking foreign investors to help it build an $8-billion solar power complex to export electricity to Europe, the company's renewable energy chief said. International investors want to use plentiful sunlight in north...
Apr 09, 2010
World energy demand is growing. The International Energy Agency predicts that global energy requirements will increase by 40% by 2030. No less than 80% of this increase in demand will come from emerging and developing countries. Fossil fuel resources, although not...
Apr 02, 2010
With the global electricity equation bearing all the hallmarks of stress, it is only natural that countries are starting to interrogate all their supply-side options. It is also only natural for nuclear energy, which is capital intensive to construct, but highly...
Apr 02, 2010
Cover story on African countries actively planning to adopt nuclear energy, specifically focusing on Egypy, Morocco, Namibia and Senegal. Also, the issue of financing nuclear power projects
Apr 01, 2010
How many countries in Africa have operational nuclear reactors? And just how many operational reactors are there on the continent? The answers are seven and eleven. Not many, but more than generally realised. The countries concerned are Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Libya,...
Mar 26, 2010
Column on SA’s blunder in scrapping PBMR & failure to compensate by immediately ordering PWR, thereby wasting billions & losing nuclear expertise abroad
Mar 19, 2010
The fluid systems division within KSB Pumps & Valves, has developed from a one-man operation in 1998 into a team of 11 individuals, boasting a significant yearly turnover. Based on vast experience in hydraulic solutions, KSB can offer additional value beyond the...
Mar 17, 2010
African oil production capacity will continue to grow at a significant rate in the medium-term and production capacity is anticipated to reach 7,4-million barrels a day by 2014, an analyst said on Wednesday. International Energy Agency senior oil demand analyst...
Feb 15, 2010
Jan 22, 2010
The $500-million which was endorsed for South Africa in October under the international Clean Technology Fund (CTF), has enabled the government to leverage about three times the amount of additional finance for clean technology projects. "We have now got...
 
 
 
 
Jan 14, 2010
The African large-scale wind turbine market would likely earn revenues of $424,3-million by 2015, a significant increase on the $148,4-million earned in 2008, growth consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan forecast. The consultancy noted that this forecast was focused on...
Jan 08, 2010
Nov 25, 2009
Detailed work is currently in progress to ensure the release of the $500-million approved in October under the international Clean Technology Fund (CTF) for a portfolio of low-carbon energy projects in South Africa, Environmental Affairs DDG Joanne Yawitch tells...
Oct 30, 2009
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Oct 23, 2009
What’s On provides you with information about conferences, exhibitions, seminars, training courses and other events pertaining to general industry and the mining sector. To include information about an upcoming event, e-mail whats-on@engineeringnews.co.za with key...
Oct 16, 2009
What’s On provides you with information about conferences, exhibitions, seminars, training courses and other events pertaining to general industry and the mining sector. To include information about an upcoming event, e-mail whats-on@engineeringnews.co.za with key...
Oct 09, 2009
What’s On provides you with information about conferences, exhibitions, seminars, training courses and other events pertaining to general industry and the mining sector. To include information about an upcoming event, e-mail whats-on@engineeringnews.co.za with key...
Oct 07, 2009
Former BHP Billiton executive Richard Linnell has been appointed to the board of directors of Rockwell Diamonds as an independent director, the Vancouver-based company announced on Wednesday. Linnell and Willem Jacobs, who also joined the junior miner's board, were...
Aug 07, 2009
South African nuclear technology firm the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor Company (PBMR) has modified the design planned for its demonstration power plant project at Koeberg, near Cape Town, says the PBMR communication manager Lorna Skhosana.
Jul 17, 2009
 
 
 
 
Jun 26, 2009
MainOne is an open access submarine cable system, which, when completed, will span 14 000 km and will provide international and Internet connectivity to countries between Portugal and South Africa on the West Coast of Africa.
Jun 19, 2009
Jun 08, 2009
A private sector-led investment bank and development financier, Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), reported on Monday that it and other investors had closed an equity financing deal for the $240-million ‘Main-One’ submarine fibre-optics project, linking West...
Jun 01, 2009
Wind-energy developments could supply up to 300 MW into South Africa’s electricity grid over the next three years, a new research study shows. However, the country’s energy-supply industry would continue to lag far behind that of countries in North Africa, which...
May 08, 2009
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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