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Nov 28, 2014
The project involves the construction of a 66 MW wind farm in Edirne, in western Turkey.
Nov 24, 2014
Much like South Africa was seen as an automotive hub, white appliance manufacturer Defy aimed to establish the country as a hub for the export of white appliances, Koc chairperson Mustafa Koc said on Monday. As Koc subsidiary Arcelik Group leveraged its $324-million...
Nov 17, 2014
Slumping prices for oil and other commodities and the prospect of rising global interest rates threaten to return some of the biggest emerging market (EM) nations to "junk" credit ratings, laying bare many countries' failure to reform in the good times. Emerging...
Nov 17, 2014
Outgoing Group Five CEO Mike Upton
Construction company Group Five has welcomed the decision of the Competition Commission to refer a collusive tendering case to the Competition Tribunal in respect of the construction of 2010 FIFA World Cup stadiums, with outgoing CEO Mike Upton arguing that the move...
Nov 13, 2014
World Gold Council market intelligence head Alistair Hewitt
Both gold demand and supply were down in the three months to September 30, the World Gold Council said on Thursday. The council’s latest gold demand trends report stated that third-quarter (Q3) gold demand had declined by 2% to 929 t and supply had fallen by 7% to 1...
Nov 10, 2014
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor is set to officially open the Centre for Nanotechnology Innovation at Rhodes University, in Grahamstown, on November 14, placing the institution at the forefront of international nanotechnology research. The centre will...
Nov 10, 2014
Company Announcement - Over 250 delegates attended event inaugurated by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Department of Civil Aviation, CEO and Chairman of The Emirates Group and Chairman of Dubai World- UAE number one jewellery...
Nov 07, 2014
FRIEDRICH-GEORG KEHRER Valves form the basis and serve as the interface for upstream and downstream technologies
The international valve trade fair Valve World Expo, held at the Düsseldorf exhibition centre, Germany, from December 2 to 4, is a biennial trade fair for industrial valves and has experienced continuous growth at the Düsseldorf location, fair director...
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Oct 24, 2014
Maragon Private Schools Olympus pupils competed at energy and chemical company Sasol’s Solar Challenge from September 27, which entailed driving a solar-powered car over eight days covering 2 000 km from Pretoria to Cape Town. The race is held in South Africa every...
Oct 23, 2014
The majority of the 41 signatory countries to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD’s) Anti-Bribery Convention, adopted in 1997, have failed to clamp down on foreign bribery activities. Fifteen years after its implementation, only four...
Oct 20, 2014
Turkish mobile operator Turkcell has been dealt another blow in its ongoing battle against South Africa-based mobile operator MTN Group, as the International Arbitration Panel dismissed the latest attempt to hold MTN legally accountable for allegedly blocking a...
Oct 17, 2014
The 2014 Global Cleantech Innovation Programme for SMEs in South Africa Awards was held at a gala dinner at Emperors Palace today. Hosts, GCIP South Africa, proudly acknowledged the inventive work of small businesses and start-ups who have worked so hard towards...
Oct 16, 2014
Oct 15, 2014
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Flotation testwork of supergene material at Stratex International’s Muratdere copper molybdenum project, in Turkey, has yielded sulphide copper recoveries averaging 79.76% copper, together with some recoveries of gold, silver and...
Oct 14, 2014
Ranked as one of the world’s largest mining shows and southern Africa’s biggest trade exhibition, Electra Mining Africa took place at the Expo Centre, Nasrec in Johannesburg from 15-19 September together with co-located shows Elenex Africa and Transport Expo. 890...
Oct 09, 2014
South Africa should avoid shunning any potential mining investments emerging from countries outside the Brics economic bloc, which included Brazil, Russia, India and China. This was the message that emerged from a panel at the Joburg Indaba: Investing in Resources...
Oct 09, 2014
ASX-listed Gulf Minerals on Thursday announcing that it had entered into a sales agreement with joint venture (JV) partner Laramide Resource to divest of its uranium tenements in the Northern Territory. Gulf told shareholders that an internal review had revealed...
Oct 06, 2014
The UKZN racing team
A gruelling eight-day endurance race from Pretoria to Cape Town in cars powered only by the sun has ended with a team from the Netherlands scooping first position. The Nuon student team from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands won the Sasol Solar...
 
 
 
 
Oct 06, 2014
The Nuon Solar Team vehicle
Delft University’s Nuon Solar Team, from the Netherlands, on Saturday clinched the 2014 Sasol Solar Challenge title. Ten solar powered cars managed to complete the race, crossing the finish line at the end of the eight-day, Pretoria to Cape Town race.
Oct 06, 2014
• New forum with supporting exhibition in a co-location of Bauma Conexpo Africa • Premiere in Johannesburg from September 15 to 18, 2015 Messe München is expanding its international trade fair network in the environmental technology sector with an additional event...
Oct 03, 2014
The Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (Brics) meeting held in Fortaleza, Brazil, in July, ended with the establishment of the Brics bank, called the New Development Bank, raising not only important questions about the role of the bank but also South...
Sep 26, 2014
The Nuon team, from the Netherlands
The biennial, eight-day Sasol Solar Challenge kicks off in the country’s capital, Pretoria, on Saturday, and is set to end in Cape Town, on October 4. Fourteen teams will take part, of which eight are local, says race project manager Annalie van Vuuren.
Sep 26, 2014
COMPLETE SOLUTION The cold rolling mill comprises a six-high mill stand, three shearing lines and a strip-coating line designed for 50 000 t/y
Steel and aluminium plant processing technology, equipment and services specialist SMS Siemag supplied a complete cold rolling mill to Turkey-based aluminium company Asas-Alüminyum for its new works at Adapazan-Akyazi, about 150 km to the east of Istanbul....
Sep 25, 2014
In keeping with its focus shift to manganese, ASX-listed Gulf Minerals Corporation on Thursday announced that it would divest of its 51% interest in its Northern Territory copper exploration tenement to joint venture partner Redbank Copper. Redbank would pay Gulf...
Sep 23, 2014
Duane Parnham
Triple-listed Giyani Gold and the shareholders of Horizon Enerji and Sumo Coal have extended the closing date of a deal that will see the gold asset developer acquiring the Ceyhan project – a fully permitted crude oil storage and dry bulk cargo port development – in...
Sep 19, 2014
Dual-listed gold miner OceanaGold on Friday confirmed that it had made several attempts to gain control of fellow gold miner Alacer Gold. Responding to market speculation, OceanaGold told shareholders that since February this year, the company had made a number of...
Sep 18, 2014
Turkey-focused intermediate gold producer Alacer Gold is aggressively pursuing near-term growth opportunities. With sulphide ore production the next step at its flagship Çöpler mine, in Erzincan province, which would add about 20 years of positive cash flow to the...
Sep 05, 2014
On August 22, trade remedy history was made – the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac) informed of the initiation of an investigation into the alleged dumping of portland cement, classifiable under tariff subheading 2523.29,...
 
 
 
 
Sep 03, 2014
ASX-listed Chesser Resources on Wednesday announced the sale of its Kestanelik gold project in Turkey, for $40-million to Nurol Holdings. Chesser told shareholders that the transaction would deliver a number of benefits to the company, while avoiding significant,...
Sep 02, 2014
JSE-listed diversified miner Petmin said on Monday that, following a strong operational performance at the Somkhele coal mine – with revenue in excess of R1-billion for the first time and anthracite production exceeding one-million tons – it expected group headline...
Sep 01, 2014
The recipients of the Sanea / Sanedi Energy Awards 2014 were announced at a prestigious awards ceremony and banquet hosted by Brian A Statham, Chairman of the South African National Energy Association. This gala event reflected the significance of the both the awards...
Aug 29, 2014
Component manufacturer Metair has reported a 32% increase in revenue for the six months ended June 30, to R3.23-billion, compared with the same period last year. Operating profit was up 16%, to R319-million. These interim results included the first full-period...
Aug 28, 2014
Market-oriented cycle for Africa Bauma Conexpo Africa's organizers respond to industry's wish Africa's largest trade fair for the construction machinery and mining industry celebrated its premiere in 2013. The next Bauma Conexpo Africa takes place at the...
Aug 27, 2014
Strengthening its presence in international markets in order to consolidate its world leadership in developing and marketing software solutions for the sheet metal industry and the structural steel sector is one of the strategic objectives that Lantek a multinational...
Aug 27, 2014
Uranium hopeful Anatolia Energy was hoping to raise some A$6-million in a share placement to ensure that its Temrezli project, in Turkey, was fully funded until a decision to mine. The ASX-listed junior on Wednesday reported that it would issue up to 75-million...
Aug 20, 2014
TSX- and NYSE-listed gold producer Alamos Gold on Wednesday announced that it had received the final signatures approving the environmental-impact assessment (EIA) for its Agi Dagi gold project. The Turkish Environment and Urbanisation Ministry responsible for...
Aug 20, 2014
With declining mineable coal reserves and the ever increasing global energy demand, Underground Coal Gasification is a resurging technology that promises to deliver on these challenges. On Thursday 28th August the Fossil Fuel Foundation will host the Underground Coal...
Aug 18, 2014
Component manufacturer Metair on Monday reported a 32% increase in revenue for the six months ended June 30, to R3.23-billion, compared with the same period last year. Operating profit was up 16%, to R319-million. These interim results included the first full-period...
 
 
 
 
Aug 15, 2014
Southern Africa-focused explorer Giyani Gold on Friday said it had struck an all-scrip deal to acquire a fully permitted crude oil storage and dry bulk cargo port development in Turkey, known as the Ceyhan project. The TSX-V- and JSE-listed firm simultaneously...
Aug 15, 2014
South African automotive components manufacturer Metair Investments has successfully signed legal agreements for R1.4-billion in preference shares for the refinancing of facilities extended by Absa Bank to support the acquisition of Turkish battery manufacturer Mutlu...
Aug 15, 2014
The International Finance Corporation plans to provide the project with $30-million in loan finance.
Aug 15, 2014
US-headquartered Martin Engineering has been in operation since 1944, supplying conveyor products and flow aids across the globe to a variety of industries, including mining, coal handling, cement, aggregates, biomass, grain and others.
Aug 15, 2014
The biennial Sasol Solar Challenge will kick off on September 27, in Pretoria, and end in Cape Town, on October 4. Fourteen teams will take part, of which eight are local, says race project manager Annalie van Vuuren.
 
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