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Mining companies suffer $70bn in impairment losses – report

     27th January 2015 A recent survey revealed that major global mining companies had suffered impairment losses of $70-billion in 2013/14, reflecting the impact of the current low commodity price cycle. The ‘Mining Financial Reporting Survey 2014’, compiled by financial services firm KPMG, further revealed that... 

Bidvest Materials Handling finds a sales solution that works on the move

     25th September 2014 Pieter Fourie, Managing Director of Bidvest Materials Handling www.nissanforklift.co.za  the importer and distributer of the Nissan Forklift brand in South Africa wanted an innovative and user-friendly app for his sales reps that would reduce the hassle of time-consuming admin. The company, which... 

Aganang cement plant to come on line by end-July

By: Leandi Kolver     30th June 2014 Cement producer Sephaku Cement (SepCem) hoped to bring its Aganang cement production facility on line by end-July, following commissioning during the first half of the year, Sephaku Holdings CEO Dr Lelau Mohuba said on Monday. SepCem was 36% owned by Sephaku Holdings, with Nigeria-listed Dangote... 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     24th January 2014 Cement production has started at Sephaku’s 1.4-million-ton-a-year Delmas milling plant, in Mpumalanga. 

Production starts at Sephaku’s Delmas cement plant

By: Creamer Media Reporter      15th January 2014 Cement production has started at Sephaku Cement’s (SepCem’s) 1.4-million-ton-a-year Delmas milling plant, which would ramp up to full output by mid-2014. The cement producer has dispatched the first bags of cement from the plant – one of two significant projects being implemented by SepCem – to... 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th December 2013 Sephaku Cement’s cement milling plant, in Delmas, Mpumalanga, is 95% complete and on track for production to start early in the new year. 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th November 2013 A new limestone operation that will supply Sephaku is scheduled to get under way early next year near Lichtenburg, in the North West. 

New limestone mine gets under way 2014 for cement producer 

By: Martin Creamer     20th November 2013 A new limestone operation that will supply JSE-listed cement producer Sephaku is scheduled to get under way early in the New Year near Lichtenburg, in North West province. Sephaku Holdings on Wednesday reported an operating profit of R33.8-million for the six months to September 30 compared with... 

Where there is a future, there is cement

By: sue charlton     1st November 2013 Clinker producer Sephaku Cement reports that the first of its new cement projects, in Delmas, Mpumalanga, will open in January 2014. Sephaku Cement was established in 2006 after its founding shareholder, Sephaku Holdings, secured limestone resources and injected the initial seed capital required... 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     25th October 2013 Sephaku Cement continues to advance the ramp-up of its cement milling plant, in Delmas, Mpumalanga. 

Company Announcement: Sephaku Cement co-funds concrete promoting industry body

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th June 2013 South Africa’s forthcoming entrant into the cement market, Sephaku Cement, has concretised support for pragmatic skills development in the industry by co-funding a new organisation that will drive concrete-related training and accreditation 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th May 2013 Construction of the Sephaku Cement Aganang plant, in the North West, is forging ahead. 

Manufacturer supports National Infrastructure Plan

     17th May 2013 In South Africa’s emerging economy, and particularly, within the context of the National Infrastructure Plan (Nip), local clinker and cement producers have value to add by working with government to support the R4-trillion, 15-year project states concrete and cement manufacturer Sephaku Cement.... 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd February 2013 The project is proceeding according to plan and is within budget to start production at the end of the year. 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     25th January 2013 Sephaku Cement has released a tender for a logistics provider for its projects. 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     23rd November 2012 Sephaku Cement is on track to start production by the end of 2013 at its 1.2-million-ton-a-year cement production facility, near Lichtenburg, and a 1.4-million-ton-a-year grinding facility, in Delmas. 

Sephaku projects on track, keen on another ‘Métier-like’ acquisition

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     20th November 2012 JSE-listed Sephaku Holdings’ associate company Sephaku Cement is on track to start production by the end of 2013 at its 1.2-million-ton-a-year cement production facility, near Lichtenburg, and a 1.4-million-ton-a-year grinding facility in Delmas. Speaking at an investor presentation in... 

Company Announcement: Sephaku Cement invests in local workforce

     10th September 2012 Local cement production entrant Sephaku Cement is living up to self mandated contractual requirements to ensure R1.7bn in local investment through construction of the first new clinker and cement plant in South Africa 

Real Economy Report  

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th August 2012 From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report. Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson says volatile food prices in South Africa necessitate local food production and that commercial farmers, as well as small subsistence farmers, should join in.... 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     17th August 2012 Five-hundred Sinoma International Engineering employees are currently working on site to construct cement producer Sephaku Cement’s new Aganang cement production facility. 

Sephaku Cement saves 25% by using Chinese contractor  

By: Leandi Kolver     10th August 2012 Five-hundred employees of Chinese company Sinoma International Engineering are currently working on site to construct cement producer Sephaku Cement’s new Aganang cement production facility, near Lichtenburg, in the North West, with 200 more to arrive within the next few weeks. The Aganang... 

Sephaku Cement projects, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     20th April 2012 Sephaku Cement has reported that Chinese workers are speeding up construction at the company’s Aganang cement production facility, near Lichtenburg. 

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