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Aug 20, 2010
A construction update on the Gautrain rapid rail link for August 2010.
Aug 03, 2010
Phemelo Sehunelo, the acting CEO of troubled South African diamond junior Kimberley Consolidated Mining (KCM), on Tuesday expressed hope that the company could improve its financial stability and have the suspension of its shares lifted on the JSE. The company’s...
Jul 23, 2010
The South African Wind Energy Association (Sawea) has said that information from wind energy project developers in South Africa showed that 6 000 MW of wind energy was "ready to be commissioned right now". Developers were, however, waiting for the power purchase...
Jul 23, 2010
A construction update on the Gautrain rapid rail link for July 2010.
Jul 02, 2010
Greater private sector investment, leveraged through sustainable public–private partnerships, is critical to effectively narrow the supply gap in the affordable rental housing market, housing development funder, the Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) investment officer...
Jul 02, 2010
Jul 02, 2010
Jul 02, 2010
Increased generation of electricity is critical for the continued growth and development of the South African economy.
Jun 25, 2010
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Jun 01, 2010
A Chinese consortium is reportedly keen to wrest the ownership of the Orkney gold mine away from the cash-strapped Aurora Empowerment, coinciding with the tough step taken by AngloGold Ashanti to halt the services it was rendering to the liquidated Pamodzi Gold...
May 28, 2010
An update on the progress of the Gautrain for May 2010.
May 03, 2010
The move towards becoming "green" has continued to gain momentum in different sectors of the business world. Signatory banks throughout the world have taken up the call to become environmental stewards and to promote socially responsible development by adopting...
Apr 30, 2010
Leaders in South Africa's energy industry will meet at an informal two-day summit at Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge in the Pilanesberg national park on May 4 and May 5 to discuss issues arising from the country's multibillion-rand energy expansion programme.
Apr 30, 2010
Leaders in South Africa’s energy industry will meet at an informal two-day summit at Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge in the Pilansberg national park on May 4 and 5 to discuss issues arising from the country’s multi-billion-rand energy expansion programme.
Apr 16, 2010
An update on the progress of the Gautrain for April 2010.
Mar 30, 2010
ASX-listed Kentor Gold has appointed Gerard Kelly as CFO and Kelvin Russell as GM for corporate finance, in preparation for the development of the Andash gold/copper project, in the Kyrgyz Republic. Kelly was previously the group project financial controller in...
Mar 25, 2010
A previously confidential report, which has been released to Engineering News Online, offers an entirely different take on the value of BHP Billiton's aluminium smelters in Southern Africa, which critics largely blame for South Africa's prevailing power constraints....
Mar 25, 2010
A previously confidential report, which has been released to Mining Weekly Online, offers an entirely different take on the value of BHP Billiton's aluminium smelters in Southern Africa, which critics largely blame for South Africa's prevailing power constraints....
Mar 19, 2010
An update on the progress of the Gautrain for March 2010.
 
 
 
 
Mar 09, 2010
Aim- and JSE- listed independent power plant developer Ipsa has entered into an agreement with RAB Energy Fund and other investors to secure interim funding of £650 000, to be used for the development of its Elitheni coal project, in South Africa. In terms of the...
Mar 02, 2010
Mar 01, 2010
Feb 26, 2010
The KwaZulu-Natal provincial government and Standard Bank have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU), committing them to a number of shared and individual activities to accelerate the identification of affordable housing projects across the province. The...
Feb 12, 2010
An update on the progress of the Gautrain for February 2010.
Feb 09, 2010
Energy represented a significant and critical sector for the JSE, but was not represented as well as it should, JSE senior general manager Noah Greenhill said on Tuesday. He noted during a conference that more effort and time had to be spent on developing and...
Feb 05, 2010
An update on the progress of the Gautrain for February 2010.
Feb 01, 2010
TSX- and ASX-listed Equinox Minerals has commitments from Standard Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and NBP Paribas for a new $400-million corporate loan facility, the copper-miner reported on Monday. Equinox's main asset is the...
Jan 25, 2010
Business had to begin accepting that the milieu in which it operated had changed and that it was facing more than just an economic crisis, King Committee on Corporate Governance chairperson Professor Mervyn King said on Monday. He told delegates at a 2010 economic...
Jan 19, 2010
As with the global recession, South Africa failed to escape the effects of a sharp pullback in global foreign direct investment (FDI) flows during 2009, with a new report showing that FDI inflows to South Africa slumped by 24,6% to $6,8-billion last year, from...
 
 
 
 
Dec 23, 2009
JSE- and Aim-listed independent power plant developer Ipsa has found a buyer four one of its four turbines, the company reported on Wednesday. The turbines were originally bought for the delayed Coega project, at Port Elizabeth, but the company has been trying for...
Dec 11, 2009
This is an update on the progress of the Gautrain rapid rail link for December 2009.
Dec 04, 2009
This is an update on the progress of the Gautrain rapid-rail link for December 2009.
Nov 24, 2009
Agricultural development finance entity, the Land Bank, has appointed Lindiwe Mdlalose as its chief risk officer, effective November 16. She was previously Standard Chartered Bank’s Corporate Banking Regional head of credit risk management in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nov 20, 2009
This is an update on the progress of the Gautrain rapid-rail link.
Nov 03, 2009
Fixed-line services provider Telkom has appointed Manelisa Mavuso as senior managing executive for the consumer division, effective from November 9. Mavuso has occupied several leadership positions predominantly in the field of marketing, at companies such as the...
Oct 27, 2009
TSX-listed High River Gold plans to sell up to 150-million shares in a private placement to a subsidiary of Russia'sTroika Dialog Group, the gold-miner said on Tuesday. The shares represent about 23,1% of High River's currently outstanding shares, and will be...
Oct 09, 2009
JSE-, TSX-, and Aim-listed Platmin has concluded a R400-million, 12-month, renewable, revolving commodity financing agreement with Investec Bank. The funds would be used for working capital purposes, Platmin said on Friday.
Oct 09, 2009
JSE- and Aim-listed independent power plant producer Ipsa has taken back ownership of Elitheni Clean Coal and entered into an option agreement to buy a site on which it could build a new Eastern Cape power project. Ipsa said that Elitheni, which is now a fully owned...
Oct 07, 2009
The price of gold “looks likely” to break through $1 050/oz this week, with $1 070/oz in the short term “possible”, Fairfax analyst John Meyer said on Wednesday, as the precious metal hit a new spot price record of $1 045,85/oz. The price of gold is up by...
 
 
 
 
Oct 02, 2009
Despite South Africa’s plentiful supply of solar irradiation, the cheap cost of coal-fired power, compared with relatively expensive renewable-energy technologies, has meant that the uptake of these technologies is slow. To date, there has been little incentive to...
Oct 02, 2009
China overtook the US as South Africa's biggest export destination in the first half of 2009, reinforcing the Asian country's push to build trade links with Africa. South African trade and industry department data also showed on Friday China replaced Germany as its...
Oct 02, 2009
Despite South Africa’s plentiful supply of solar irradiation, the cheap cost of coal-fired power, compared with relatively expensive renewable-energy technologies, has meant that the up-take of these technologies is slow. To date, there has been little incentive to...
Oct 02, 2009
The project involves the licensing of Neotel to compete with the monopoly telecoms provider, Telkom.
Sep 30, 2009
Aim- and JSE- listed independent power plant developer Ipsa's financial concerns continued, as it would be unable to repay a £15,8-million loan to Standard Bank until it sold one or more of the turbines that had formerly been earmarked for its proposed 521-MW Coega...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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