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Cesa Aon Engineering Excellence Awards winners for 2017 announced

     18th August 2017 Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa), supported by Aon South Africa, on Thursday announced the winners of this year’s Cesa Aon Engineering Excellence Awards, which recognise outstanding achievements in the engineering industry and celebrate innovation, quality, outstanding workmanship and... 

Cape Town reveals sites of proposed new water desalination plants

By: News24Wire      18th August 2017 Cape Town's Granger Bay, Hout Bay and Dido Bay may soon be home to three proposed new desalination plants that the city intends commissioning to make extra drinking water for its residents and visitors, according to tender documents issued this week. Earlier on Thursday Cape Town Mayor Patricia... 

Biofuels company launches franchise solution

     18th August 2017 Cape Town-based biofuel company Biogreen Diesel will start franchising its ‘Biodiesel & Research model’, to aid in the expansion of the industry and simultaneously increase awareness of biofuels in the region. The company, having made the announcement in June on its website, says it felt it had... 

Company supplies piping for water treatment expansion project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th August 2017 Thermoplastic piping company Plasti-Tech supplied a range of piping, custom fittings and flanges to Zululand district municipality’s Usuthu purification plant expansion infrastructure project to increase output by 20 M a day.  

Focus needed to maximise S Africa’s export potential

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 The future of the South African materials handling sector will be impacted on significantly by sub-Saharan Africa development and the ability of South Africa to leverage its export capabilities on the subcontinent, says engineering consultant WSP Africa transport and infrastructure divisional... 

Modular buildings supplied to fire-damaged school

     18th August 2017 Owing to the fires that destroyed several buildings at Woodridge College and Preparatory School in the Van Stadens Gorge area, in the Eastern Cape, steel modular buildings supplier Kwikspace Modular Buildings supplied, erected and built 16 classrooms, four ablution blocks and an office for the... 

New branding, again, for SA’s premier motoring event

By: Irma Venter     18th August 2017 From Auto Africa, to the Johannesburg International Motor Show, to the Festival of Motoring, to the South African (SA) Motoring Experience . . . In an effort to seek increased support from cost-conscious motor manufacturers and consumers, South Africa’s premier motoring event has again been... 

P20 road upgrade project, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th August 2017 The Roads Agency Limpopo and Northam Platinum have partnered to upgrade the road. 

SADC in need of localised development

     18th August 2017 Localisation in infrastructure development in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is critical to industrialisation, says the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).  

Telematics fleet management solutions guarantee increased profitability

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 When fleet operators are suitably equipped, they are guaranteed to see an increase in profitability as a result of improved fuel consumption, driver behaviour and equipment use while ensuring the safety of their employees and security of their vehicles, says fleet management solutions provider... 

RAL, Northam partner to upgrade road in Waterberg district

By: Anine Kilian     17th August 2017 Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) and platinum producer Northam Platinum have signed a R60-million strategic partnership to upgrade the P20 road that links Sataria to the road artery that goes to Koedoeskop, in the Waterberg district. Under the terms of the agreement, RAL will contribute R37.5-million... 

Automechanika Means Business And Business Means Automechanika

     17th August 2017 With co-located trade shows Futuroad Expo and Scalex Johannesburg, 27-30 September at Johannesburg Expo Centre, Nasrec Every two years the unique business platform for the Automotive Service Industry that is Automechanika Johannesburg provides the optimum networking and business opportunities for... 

Housing supply remains a moving target as govt plays catch-up

By: Natasha Odendaal     15th August 2017 South African cities are struggling to match housing availability to the pace of urbanisation, with the many South African and foreign migrants adding to an ever-expanding population and placing further pressure on housing supply, which is already backlogged owing to a reduction in household... 

Bisie boxcut nears completion, first tin concentrates in 2019

By: Ilan Solomons     15th August 2017 Tin exploration and development company Alphamin Resources is nearing completion of the boxcut at its 9 900 t/y Bisie tin project, in North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Alphamin CEO Boris Kamstra tells Mining Weekly Online that local earthworks contractor Kongo River, which is... 

Savannah kicks off Mutamba pilot plant construction

By: Natasha Odendaal     14th August 2017 Construction has started on the 20 t/h pilot plant for a bulk metallurgical testwork programme at Aim-listed Savannah Resources’ Mutamba project, in Mozambique. Mineral sands engineering company Anubis Mocambique Limitada (AML) has been appointed to undertake the work, with the pilot plant set to... 

Eskom electrifies 800 households in Klipheuwel community

By: Anine Kilian     14th August 2017 State-owned Eskom is aiming to achieve universal access to electricity by 2020 and more than 4 000 new households across the Western Cape have been connected to the grid since January.   Cape Town executive mayor Patricia de Lille officially switched on electricity for close to 800 households in... 

Australian Potash raises A$5m for Lake Wells

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     14th August 2017 Potash developer Australian Potash will raise A$5-million to advance work on its Lake Wells sulphate of potash (SOP) project, in Western Australia. The company on Monday said that a bookbuild had been completed for the placement of some30-million shares, at 10c each, to sophisticated and... 

Meaningful transformation is the journey to BEE success

     11th August 2017 Energy Engineered Products and associate companies, Multi Alloys and E-Metals Cape, are proud to announce that they have attained a Level 4 Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) contributor status. From the first codes of good practice more than a decade ago to the new codes, Energy Engineered... 

Eskom postpones planned R21 road closure

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th August 2017 State-owned power utility Eskom has postponed its planned road closure on the R21 until further notice. Initially, certain sections surrounding the Flying Saucer interchange and Olifantsfontein drive on the R21 freeway were scheduled to be closed for the replacement of the Apollo-Croydon... 

Vedanta commits majority of Gamsberg capex, progresses waste stripping

By: Mia Breytenbach     11th August 2017 Diversified miner Vedanta Resources’ Zinc International subsidiary has committed more than 80% of the $400-million capital expenditure for the first phase of the Gamsberg zinc project, in the Northern Cape. The first phase of the Gasmberg project is expected to have a mine life of 13 years,... 

Electric vehicles to comprise majority of cars sold globally by 2040

By: Irma Venter     11th August 2017 Electric vehicles (EVs) will make up the majority of new-car sales worldwide by 2040, and account for 33% of all the light-duty vehicles on the road, according to new research published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). The forecast draws on detailed analysis of likely future reductions in... 

Johannesburg manhole cover replacement project, South Africa

By: Mariaan Webb     11th August 2017 Mayor Herman Mashaba launched the project on August 10. 

Liquid petroleum gas import facility project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th August 2017 The project entails the development of a new facility for the import and storage of Liquid petroleum gas. 

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road megabridges project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th August 2017 The 580-m-long Msikaba bridge will be the longest-span cable-stayed suspension bridge in South Africa, and possibly in Africa.  

Sunrise Energy liquefied petroleum gas import terminal, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th August 2017 The terminal was officially launched on August 8. 

The costs of safety

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     11th August 2017 A well known South African electrical cable manufacturer will not hold it against me when I say that, at one time, about 25 years ago, the manufacturer ran the most unsafe cable making operation that I had seen. To the accompaniment of whistles and shouts, a group of men dragged wires, PVC... 

Giyani’s Gon`On`O Village Road Upgraded

     10th August 2017 By Technicrete   Situated in the north-east of the Limpopo Province, in the heart of the Limpopo bushveld, is the rural town of Giyani. While the area is comprised mainly of rural villages,  infrastructural upgrades are required for the continued upliftment of local communities in terms of... 

N3 reopened after bridge collapse, rubble cleared overnight

By: African News Agency      10th August 2017 Rubble and huge concrete structures from the pedestrian bridge which collapsed on the N3 between the Geldenhuys and Gilloolys interchanges on Tuesday were cleared overnight and the busy freeway was reopened early Wednesday morning. The decommissioned bridge collapsed onto vehicles below, injuring... 

Tahoe’s woes deepen in Guatemala as road blockade, permit suspension drag on

By: Henry Lazenby     10th August 2017 Precious metals producer Tahoe Resources has moved to suspend its quarterly dividend of $0.02 a share and has deferred its full-year production guidance on the back of the Guatemala Supreme Court provisionally suspending the mining licence on its Escobal operation, the third-largest silver mine... 

Gauteng Premier sends Transport MEC to scene of collapsed N3 pedestrian bridge

By: African News Agency      9th August 2017 Gauteng Premier David Makhura has dispatched the MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi to asses the damage caused by the collapsed pedestrian bridge which runs across the N3 freeway near the Geldenhuys interchange. Five people – including a seven-year-old child – were injured in the early... 

Macozoma concerned South Africa may miss out on big electric-vehicle opportunity 

By: Terence Creamer     8th August 2017 Leading business personality Saki Macozoma has expressed concern that South Africa is not fully aligning its economic and industrialisation plans to areas of future demand, including in the area of electric vehicles (EVs). Speaking at the launch of a new book authored by political commentator... 

Eskom to temporarily close section of R21 on Sunday to replace transmission line

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th August 2017 State-owned power utility Eskom will be temporarily shutting down certain sections of the R21 highway on Sunday to complete the replacement of the Apollo-Croydon transmission line. This Sunday, there will be temporary road closures between 05:00 and 18:00 at the Flying Saucer interchange and... 

Hydraulic breakers from Chicago Pneumatic first choice for major infrastructure projects contractor in Qatar

     8th August 2017 Rock Fall Contracting WLL (RFC), a major civil engineering and earthmoving specialist contractor based in Doha, Qatar, has augmented its fleet of Chicago Pneumatic rig-mounted hydraulic breakers with the addition of new RX8 and RX54 units. The breakers are destined for use in demanding... 

Howards Quarry Meets Much Asphalt Standards With Quality Dolerite Stone

     7th August 2017 High quality dolerite aggregate from B&E International’s Howards Quarry at eMalahleni is keeping Much Asphalt’s nearby static plant well stocked to produce asphalt for the N4 highway project and developments as far as Nelspruit over 200 km east. As one of southern Africa’s largest commercial... 

AfriSam Readymix For Unique Dynamic’s Droogheuwel Reservoir Project

     7th August 2017 Gauteng continues to be an urban magnet drawing job seekers from far and wide, making the Droogheuwel municipal bulk water reservoir in Randfontein a vital piece of infrastructure to keep sufficient water flowing to the growing area of Randgate. Hard at work on this 20 megalitre reservoir is the... 

Engineering marvel at foot of Lions Head places JG Afrika at the top of SAICE Awards

     4th August 2017 It is more than just sheer magnitude and modern aesthetics that have placed a new residential development in a very affluent area of Cape Town in the spotlight. This new six-storey residence at 145 Kloof Road at the foot of Lions Head in Clifton is also a major civil- and structural-engineering... 

Premium doors for top-end vehicle marque showroom from Maxiflex

     4th August 2017 Door and loading dock specialist, Maxiflex, secured the order to supply and install three stylish fully glazed overhead sectional glass door systems to complement the brand new elegant showroom of premium brand vehicle dealership, Jaguar Land Rover Waterford, in Johannesburg’s Northern suburb of... 

Transnet mulls options to improve Durban port efficiencies

By: Shirley le Guern     4th August 2017 Improving ship turnaround times, implementing a scheduling system to alleviate crippling truck congestion at the Durban Container Terminal (DCT) and rescheduling construction of the Durban Dig Out Port (DDOP) were some of the key topics discussed during a business-to-business breakfast hosted by... 

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