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Jan 31, 2014
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Jan 30, 2014
India would seek to enhance its food security by aiming to gain greater access to fertiliser minerals and intermediates in Morocco, Tunisia and Sudan during External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid’s tour of the African nations starting Thursday. The Minister’s...
Jan 22, 2014
ASK SA is proud to announce that the company is now a supplier of M’Dina bus, the official transportation operator for the city of Casablanca, Morocco. SK has been selected by M2M, to deliver the contactless cards for Casablanca’s new bus network. M’Dina Bus decided...
Jan 20, 2014
New Thirsty Energy initiative to help countries mitigate impact of water scarcity on energy security. The World Bank is launching a new initiative at the World Future Energy Summit and International Water Summit in Abu Dhabi that will help developing countries better...
Jan 17, 2014
CRYSTALLOGRAPHY IN BIOLOGY: A coloured crystallography image of antibodies binding to a virus
This year is the International Year of Crystallography (IYCr2014). It marks the centenary of the award of the Nobel Prize for Physics to Max von Laue (1879-1960) of Germany for his discovery (published in 1912) that crystals diffract (that is, bend) X-rays. This...
Dec 13, 2013
A coloured crystallography image of antibodies binding to a virus
The International Year of Crystallography 2014 (IYCr 2014) was launched worldwide on Thursday. Next year marks the centenary of the award of the Nobel Prize for Physics to Max von Laue (1879-1960) of Germany for his discovery (published in 1912) that crystals...
Dec 10, 2013
Global pan-emerging markets investment firm Actis on Monday closed its third energy fund, Actis Energy 3, after having raised $1.15-billion, exceeding its original target of $750-million by 50%. Actis Energy 3’s investor base included pension funds, sovereign wealth...
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Nov 12, 2013
Asserting that Africa presents “significant” opportunities for investment managers in Africa, focused on the traditional or alternative sectors, professional services firm KPMG South Africa has launched an inaugural fund management tool for investment funds looking...
Nov 04, 2013
Tin hopeful Kasbah Resources has added to its Achmmach project, in Morocco, reporting a maiden indicated resource for the Western Zone Shallows (WZS). The WZS resource estimate currently comprised 144 000 t of indicated resource, at 0.9% tin, for 1 300 t of...
Nov 01, 2013
Emerging oil explorer Pura Vida Energy has moved to acquire a 50% shareholding in the Ambilobe block, offshore Madagascar. The ASX-listed oil player told shareholders on Friday that the Ambilobe block complemented the company’s growing portfolio of high quality...
Nov 01, 2013
I have uncapped Internet access at home. Or so I though until recently. Suddenly, it turned out that my 'uncapped' MWeb Internet access was subject to a 'reasonable usage' policy, despite my paying for uncapped Internet access every month.
Oct 25, 2013
Independent power producer ACWA Power is pursuing several electricity investments in Southern Africa over and above the 50 MW Bokpoort concentrated solar power (CSP) project being developed in the Northern Cape and has set a goal of building a regional portfolio with...
Oct 21, 2013
The new Volvo FH16
The Volvo Trucks Southern Africa (VTSA) group is currently selling roughly 6 000 trucks in the region a year, with growth coming largely from outside South Africa, says MD Torbjörn Christensson. “[Outside South Africa] we think we can go from 500 trucks a year to 2...
Oct 18, 2013
A new African Development Bank (AfDB) study into the prospects for shale gas in Africa concludes that several countries have potentially viable shale-gas deposits, but urges governments to weigh the most advantageous way of proceeding before embarking on the...
Oct 09, 2013
ACWA's Southern Africa business director Chris Ehlers
Independent power producer ACWA Power is pursuing several electricity investments in Southern Africa over and above the 50 MW Bokpoort concentrated solar power (CSP) project being developed in the Northern Cape and has set a goal of building a regional portfolio with...
Sep 26, 2013
ASX-listed Kasbah Resources would look at developing an openpit operation at its Achmmach tin project, in Morocco, after drilling defined a shallow indicated mineral resource of some 0.7-million tonnes, at 0.85% tin. The resource was 350 m long, 120 m wide and...
Sep 18, 2013
Those involved in city planning needed to rethink the way in which the built environment was conceived, designed and delivered, president of the organising committee for the twenty-fifth International Union of Architects World Congress (UIA 2014) conference, Hassan...
 
 
 
 
Sep 11, 2013
Naamsa president Dr Johan van Zyl
South Africa’s vehicle assemblers faced another challenging week as a strike in the component industry started to take its toll on production. In what could be described as a 'labour-action relay', the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (Numsa) this...
Sep 10, 2013
Tin developer Kasbah Resources has increased the measured resource at its Achmmach project, in Morocco, by some 220% and its measured resource by some 168%. The ASX-listed Kasbah reported that the measured resource had increased from 500 000 t to 1.6-million tonnes,...
Sep 06, 2013
Oil explorer Pura Vida Energy has launched a A$7-million capital raising to progress its Nkembe block, offshore Gabon, towards the completion of a farm-out, a new three-dimentional seismic, and for general working capital. Under the terms of the raising, Pura Vida...
Aug 30, 2013
LOCAL SKILLS NEEDThe percentage of the African gas and oil workforces comprising expatriates increased from 10% to 25%, while only South Africa had expatriate figures of below 10% in all skills categories
The gas industry is grappling with the pressure of a challenging economic and political environment on the African continent, fuelled by poor infrastructure, corruption, an uncertain regulatory framework and a lack of skills. This is according to audit, tax and...
Aug 23, 2013
The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) will extend the life of its current nuclear research reactor, Safari-1, for at least ten years. Thereafter, it will be replaced by a new reactor. The corporation hopes that the new reactor will be built and...
Aug 21, 2013
Australian junior miners operating in Africa were set to benefit from a newly minted cooperation agreement between the Australia-Africa Mining Industry Group (AAMIG) and the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA). “This relationship will...
Aug 02, 2013
Having already established a strong foothold in Southern and East Africa, internationally recognised consultancy firm SMEC is looking to further expand its presence in West and North Africa, says SMEC South Africa CEO Thomas Marshall. With main market indices in...
Aug 02, 2013
MALCOLM WALTERIn addition to primary industrial infrastructure, there is a significant amount of infrastructure needed to support secondary industries, which is why Bentley Systems supports infrastructure development in Africa
As part of its 2013 growth strategy, global infrastructure software solutions provider Bentley Systems is focusing on Africa and on expanding its footprint across the continent to offer those developing infrastructure projects comprehensive software solutions for the...
Jul 31, 2013
Moving into the rest of Africa could “reignite” South Africa’s lagging chemicals industry with vast opportunities for growth in the rest of the continent as the population expands and the middle class grows, the Global Business Report (GBR) said in its latest...
Jul 19, 2013
National Treasury issued a media statement on July 5 extending an invitation to interested parties to submit comments by August 5 on the Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill and the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill 2013.
 
 
 
 
Jul 19, 2013
By Greg Nott Africa's energy landscape is rapidly changing. New gas- and oilfinds in countries outside the traditional resources footprint in North and West Africa have fuelled a flurry of activity among energy investors from Europe, China and India. The latest...
Jul 12, 2013
The project involves the construction of a 300 MW wind farm, which will be the largest in Africa.
Jul 05, 2013
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has released the 2013 edition of its Open Market Index (OMI), a study of 75 countries, including South Africa, that accounted for 90% of global imports of goods and service in 2011, with a near even split between developed...
Jul 02, 2013
Entries open in two million dollar sustainable construction competition
Jun 26, 2013
Minerals explorer Kasbah Resources has welcomed a capital injection of A$7.25-million after reaching an agreement to sell a 5% interest in the Achmmach tin project, in Morocco, to Japan’s Nittetsu Mining Company. Under the terms of a memorandum of understanding,...
Jun 21, 2013
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed a $100-million unfunded risk-participation agreement (RPA) with Germany-based international bank Commerzbank AG, ahead of the 48th AfDB yearly meetings. The agreement, signed on May 29 in Marrakech, Morocco, stipulates...
Jun 11, 2013
Global energy company GDF Suez has followed up its recent announcement that it will be proceeding with two open-cycle gas-turbines in South Africa with news that it, Investec and Kagiso Tiso Holdings have reached financial close for a €160-million (around...
Jun 07, 2013
Nissan has restructured its operations in Africa to “position the company for significant future growth as part of its mid-term business strategy”, says the Japanese car manufacturer. By the 2016 financial year Nissan aims to double yearly sales on the continent, up...
May 31, 2013
Pipe-linings manufacturer Urethane Moulded Products (UMP) has tackled its most technically challenging project to date for Turkish construction company Tekfen, which involves supplying several specialised polyurethane lining for pipe bends at a phosphate project, in...
May 31, 2013
International water-treatment plant specialist Degrémont is in the process of introducing new water technologies into Africa to tackle the challenge of treating increased volumes of sewage sludge owing to the rapid development taking place on the continent. Degrémont...
 
 
 
 
May 20, 2013
Nissan had restructured its operations in Africa to “position the company for significant future growth as part of its mid-term business strategy”, the Japanese car manufacturer announced on Monday. By the 2016 financial year Nissan aimed to double yearly sales on...
May 17, 2013
Tenders for work in the rest of Africa excluding South Africa
May 03, 2013
French-based aerospace and defence group Thales sees Africa as a market of rapidly growing importance in the sphere of air traffic control/air traffic management (ATC/ATM). The aviation sector is already responsible for 7% of the continent’s gross domestic product....
Apr 19, 2013
There is an increase in power generation contracts, infrastructure refurbishment, solar projects and other renewable-energy technologies by African power utilities and independent power producers (IPPs), says business media company Terrapinn project director Kim...
Apr 18, 2013
CASABLANCA – At a factory in Casablanca this month, executives and officials gathered at a launch ceremony for a new car model. It was a small but significant step, Moroccan officials hope, in the country's emergence as an auto producer for the region. The factory...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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