R/€ = 14.49
R/$ = 10.50
Au 1294.90 $/oz
Pt 1407.50 $/oz
Jun 01, 2011
Nuclear Industry Association of South Africa (Niasa) president Dr Rob Adam said on Wednesday that investment in nuclear power would not only ease South Africa’s energy shortage, but would also allow for significant job creation. Adam, who is also Necsa CEO,...
Jan 29, 2010
South Africa needed to diversify away from a reliance on coal, which would inevitably lead to more nuclear generation, owing to the absence of other reliable base-load alternatives, State-owned nuclear research and development company Nuclear Energy Corporation of...
Mar 25, 2009
South Africa’s sole nuclear waste management site, Vaalputs, in the Northern Cape, was likely to house high-level waste within the next ten years, the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (Necsa) said on Wednesday. Speaking at Vaalputs, CEO Rob Adams said...
Mar 14, 2008
Trade between South Africa and its fourth-largest trading partner, France, amounted to R26-billion in 2006/7, according to Business Unity South Africa (Busa).
Feb 29, 2008
The last leg of the France-South Africa business forum, as part of French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s historic state visit to Africa’s economic powerhouse, will resume in Cape Town on Friday. The two-day initiative, aimed at strengthening economic ties...
Oct 14, 2005
South Africa will need an additional 1 500 to 4 000 civil engineers over the next ten years to cope with the growing pipeline of large projects, in both the private and public sectors, a research report published yesterday by the South African Institution of Civil...
Jun 29, 2005
South Africa's science and technology sector yesterday received a significant boost in the form of the official launch, at the Department of Science & Technology's (DST's) Innovation Hub, of the landmark European South African Science and Technology Advancement...
Nov 04, 2003
The five-day New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad) Ministerial Conference on Science and Technology started in Johannesburg yesterday, with 53 African countries attending.
Jun 02, 2003