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Much Asphalt

Much Asphalt is southern Africa’s largest commercial manufacturer of a wide range of hot and cold asphalt products, backed by proven quality control processes. Established in 1965, the company operates 17 asphalt mixing plants across South Africa and mobile plants for remote projects. Customers include all levels of government, state owned enterprises such as SANRAL and ACSA, private companies and the public.

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Afrox thought leadership series: Liquid nitrogen and cold chain

     23rd April 2018 Afrox application specialist for the food and beverage markets, Hendrik Pretorius, looks at nitrogen and its use in modern food chilling and freezing applications. Food safety: nitrogen, an ideal clean gas 

Gold Road/Gold Fields JV flags Gruyere delay, possible cost increases

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     23rd April 2018 The Gruyere gold project, in Western Australia, is likely to be late in delivering its first gold, project developers Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields have warned, with the companies also flagging possible cost increases. The joint venture (JV) partners said on Monday that the abnormal... 

Mining firms from China to Canada watch as Greenland holds election

By: Reuters     21st April 2018 With melting ice expanding access to the Arctic, investors from China to Canada are watching Greenland's election next week for signs of the political will to get a flagging mining programme on the island back on track. Greenland is hoping rising commodity prices can help attract foreign... 

Lithium-ion industry to take centre stage in next five years

By: Simone Liedtke     20th April 2018 At least 12 lithium and six cobalt transactions have been closed between downstream manufacturers and mining companies since 2016, signalling a changing trend in procurement strategy. This, commodity research consultancy Roskill said in a statement on Friday, shows that the lithium-ion (Li-ion)... 

Porsche unveils two new GTS models

By: Irma Venter     20th April 2018 The beauty of the new Porsche 718 Boxter GTS and the 718 Cayman GTS is that you can inch along with the Joburg morning traffic and travel over the occasional speed bump without any problem, or that you can switch to Sport Plus mode, which makes the German gentlemen clear their throats like... 

Sars introduces electronic reporting requirements for customs clients

By: African News Agency      20th April 2018 The South African Revenue Service (Sars) said on Friday it would at the weekend introduce a new electronic cargo reporting system to track the movement of cargo into and out of the country. Sars said the paperless system would bring an end to one of its last remaining paper-based processes and... 

Company offers customisable electrical distribution solution

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     20th April 2018 Transformer supplier Trafo Power Solutions is offering dry-type mini substations as a complete and customisable electrical distribution solution for several applications. “Mini substations generally include oil transformers, but Trafo Power Solutions is now able to design and deliver dry-type... 

Haulage company offers discounted rates

By: Paige Müller     20th April 2018 Standard and specialised load transportation company Transcon Haulers is offering a haulage discount rate on specific national routes in South Africa. “The special rates offering is aimed at maximising fleet productivity by securing useful loads for return journeys, for trailers that would... 

Atterbury’s Stellenbosch Trumali House offices become the new HQ of Hungry Lion

     19th April 2018 Atterbury, the leading South African property developer, has completed the refurbishment of Trumali House, Stellenbosch, into modern multi-tenant A-grade offices with 3,500sqm of space. It has also signed the building’s first tenant, Hungry Lion, which will begin operating from its new... 

Atterbury completes Trumali House refurbishment, signs Hungry Lion

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th April 2018 Property developer Atterbury has completed the refurbishment of Trumali House, in Stellenbosch, into modern multitenant A-grade offices with 3 500 m2 of space.  

Bell laments import duties on steel, tyres; Kamaz assembly could start in 2019

By: Irma Venter     19th April 2018 “South African manufacturers are paying 22% too much for their steel; whether you are making lamp posts or electrical cabinets, you are not going to pay what you would pay on the global market,” says Bell Equipment CEO Gary Bell. Bell Equipment manufactures six lines of capital equipment,... 

Northcliff hopeful of ‘timely conclusion’ of Sisson permitting

By: Henry Lazenby     18th April 2018 Project developer Northcliff Resources is hopeful for a timely conclusion of the amendment process of the applicable metal mining effluent regulations, in consultation with all stakeholders and led by Environment Canada and Climate Change, for its Sisson tungsten/molybdenum mine, in New... 

R90m Bronkhorstspruit road project completed ahead of schedule

By: African News Agency      17th April 2018 Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi on Tuesday launched a  R90-million road rehabilitation project between Bronkhorstspruit and Ekangala, east of Tshwane. Vadi said the 19 kilometre road project, wholly funded by the department, was completed eight months ahead of schedule. Road D670... 

Those who can afford to pay for toll roads, must pay – Nzimande

By: News24Wire      17th April 2018 The funding of road infrastructure development for the next 15 to 20 years worries Transport Minister Blade Nzimande, the portfolio committee on transport heard. The Department of Transport (DoT) on Tuesday briefed Parliament’s committee on the annual performance plan for the 2018/19 financial... 

Enabling a Sustainable Future – Delivering on Africa's Renewable Energy Agenda Unlocking the power of nature with smart trucking solutions

     17th April 2018 Smart Supply Chain Solutions African economies have in recent years experienced a surge in business activity, thanks in part to the emergence of an increasingly prosperous middle class. This consumer boom has not only strained retail supply chains but has placed overwhelming demands on national... 

On-Site Oil Treatment Saves Transformers

     17th April 2018 With what is claimed to be the largest mobile oil regeneration plant in Africa, WEG Transformers Africa plays a vital role in extending the life of South Africa’s transformer population and preventing unplanned downtime within electricity transmission systems. “Ageing transformer oil introduces a... 

Nationwide bus strike to start on Wednesday

By: News24Wire      17th April 2018 A nationwide bus strike is set to start on Wednesday, the South African Road Passenger Bargaining Council (SARPBC) said on Monday. The strike will put at least 80% of the country's passenger buses on lock-down over a pay dispute. "The impact is going to be felt right across the republic," Gary... 

Cape Town's water plan is too narrow, says expert; advises long-term plan

By: News24Wire      17th April 2018 UCT academic Dr Kevin Winter says the City council's proposed 26.9% water price hike, which has drawn howls of protest from Capetonians, is not big enough to shift the city out of the water crisis in the long term. "I think the increase is not nearly enough. I am sure the City is going to have to... 

Stabila, fischer products shine at iconic 129 Rivonia Road project

     16th April 2018 Leading brands fischer fixings and Stabila measuring equipment, distributed locally by Upat, played an integral role in ensuring the safe and speedy installation of the iconic façades at the 129 Rivonia Road development in Sandton, the site of the former Village Walk shopping centre. Developed by... 

Glencore releases all-embracing 117-page sustainability report

By: Martin Creamer     16th April 2018 One of the strategic priorities of diversified mining and marketing company Glencore is to invest in community initiatives that deliver sustainable socioeconomic benefits, the London- and Johannesburg-listed company states in today’s 117-page Sustainability Report 2017, which emphasises the... 

New regional manager wants to extend Sanral’s cooperation with roads industry

By: Simone Liedtke     16th April 2018 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) intends to extend its consultation and communication with industry players in the built and engineering environments to ensure a greater understanding of its strategic objectives. New manager for Sanral’s Northern Region Progress Hlahla... 

ExxonMobil restarts quake-hit PNG LNG ops ahead of schedule

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     13th April 2018 The Papua New Guinea liquefied natural gas (PNG LNG) project has restarted production ahead of schedule, following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in the country’s highlands in February. Project operator ExxonMobil reported on Friday that one train was currently operating at the LNG plant near Port... 

Bassari secures funding for Makabingui

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     13th April 2018 ASX-listed Bassari Resources is poised to develop the Makabingui gold project, in Senegal, after securing project financing. The company on Friday told shareholders that it had received approval of a credit facility requested from Coris Bank International for the Makabingui project, following... 

Asphalt plant, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     13th April 2018 To enhance service delivery, the Johannesburg Roads Agency is building an asphalt plant.  

Bakwena N1/N14 road maintenance and upgrade project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     13th April 2018 Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire plans to upgrade 385 km of the N1/N4. 

Lake Turkana wind power project, Kenya

By: Sheila Barradas     13th April 2018 LTWP consortium is building a 310 MW wind farm in Marsabit County, which will feature sixty-five 850 kW wind turbine generators. 

Investment in Africa’s ports, shipping sector can accelerate economic growth

By: African News Agency      12th April 2018 More strategic investment in Africa’s ports can accelerate growth and development by strengthening trade as these are gateways for 80% of merchandise trade by volume and 70% by value, globally. This is according to an analysis report of port development in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) issued by the... 

Pikitup spends over R12m on refurbishing its garden sites 

By: Anine Kilian     12th April 2018 The City of Johannesburg’s waste management company Pikitup is spending more than R12-million on renovating and upgrading its garden sites in line with its strategic objective of encouraging recycling and diverting 97% of waste away from landfill sites.  The entity is refurbishing and upgrading... 

TNPA presents strategy to improve transformation at Island View Precinct

By: Shirley le Guern     12th April 2018 A major shake-up within the Island View Precinct (IVP) in the port of Durban is expected after Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) began engaging tenants ahead of the implementation of its new IVP strategy this week. At a press conference following initial engagements with leaseholders and... 

Burkina Faso to end Timis unit's $1bn manganese deal

By: Bloomberg     12th April 2018 Burkina Faso will proceed with plans to end its agreement with a unit of Timis Mining Corp. to mine a $1-billion manganese deposit even though a dispute about the operation is still pending at the International Court of Arbitration. The West African nation will give Pan African Minerals 90-days... 

Wacker Neuson EZ53 Excavator: Equipped for Future Requirements

     11th April 2018 The Wacker Neuson EZ53 zero tail excavator is a high performance and economical machine, comfortable to work with and profitable with all its features. The compact machine with zero tail swing is characterised by flexibility in use and a great deal of maneuverability. Despite its compact size,... 

Analytica Lab Africa, food & drink technology Africa and IFAT Africa to co-locate for the first time in 2019

     11th April 2018 First trade fair dates: July 9 – 11, 2019 Synergies from the co-location will create added value for exhibitors and visitors South Africa is one of the leading industrial economies on the continent Wide-ranging water delivery and purification, solutions for the food and beverage industries as... 

JG Afrika successfully repairs the Groot Marico River Bridge to keep traffic moving

     10th April 2018 The swift action taken by JG Afrika on behalf of the Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire to repair the damaged Groot Marico River Bridge on the N1/N4 prevented further damage to the toll-road and provided road users with a more convenient alternative to a 36 km detour while repairs were... 

Mathe Group expands tyre recycling facility, despite Redisa demise

By: Irma Venter     9th April 2018 The Mathe Group’s Hammarsdale plant, in KwaZulu-Natal, has quadrupled employment and more than doubled output since coming on stream in 2016, says the tyre recycler. Dr Mehran Zarrebini, head of British investment group PFE International, which is one of the major shareholders in the Mathe Group,... 

Mobility Centre for Africa confirms exciting line up of speakers for Future Mobility Roundtable

     9th April 2018 The Mobility Centre for Africa has just confirmed an exciting line up of speakers, who include experts and thought leaders in the field of transport and mobility. These speakers are expected to present their predictions on how transport and mobility will evolve over the next four decades to 2055.... 

Supporting communities with practical infrastructure: Designing functional yet attractive footbridges within limited budgets

     9th April 2018 Footbridges are built to improve road safety for pedestrians and motorists. First and foremost they must be functional and low maintenance structures. There is, however, the question for designers of whether they can be more than that. “Footbridges of unique character can fit into any environment... 

SB 1102 Hydraulic Breaker from Epiroc – a solid solution for construction and demolition

     9th April 2018 Epiroc’s range of solid body hydraulic breakers just got bigger with the recent introduction of the new SB 1102 which is defined by powerful, reliable performance in a lightweight, compact package. “The largest in the solid body range, the SB 1102 is all about maximums - performance, durability,... 

No ‘pipe dream’: Aegion SA’s trenchless pipeline rehabilitation technology offers ultra-fast, non-disruptive solution to Southern Africa’s ageing infrastructure

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th April 2018 A major motivation for the establishment of leading local pipeline rehabilitation technology provider Aegion South Africa was the deteriorating state of much of Southern Africa’s pipeline infrastructure. In South Africa, for example, while there is currently an urgent drive to conserve water,... 

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