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Apr 28, 2016
In an attempt to maintain a pro-poor stance on public spending aimed at improving social development, the City of Ekurhuleni will inject R3.5-billion of its 2016 budget for into its community empowerment package, Mintirho Ya Vula Vula. Tabling the budget vote for the...
Apr 06, 2016
Graphite developer Lincoln Minerals has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the District Council of Tumby Bay, in South Australia, over the proposed Kookaburra Gully graphite mine. The MoU provided a framework for both parties to work together on the...
Apr 05, 2016
With ever-increasing urgency, intervention is required, as South Africa is on the cusp of a major water crisis that poses an immediate, serious and broader risk to the economy and social stability. In the next 15 years, water demand in South Africa would outstrip...
Mar 23, 2016
US development finance institution, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (Opic) has established its first permanent, dedicated regional office in Côte d’Ivoire, in an effort to stimulate investment into development projects in the critically strategic West and...
Mar 16, 2016
When South African Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan detailed his budget in Parliament in Cape Town, he emphasized the need for Public Private Partnerships to evolve as a means to reinforce and drive infrastructure. This is a thought that is shared across the...
Mar 07, 2016
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe will be the keynote speaker at the second annual Vision 2030 Summit to be hosted by Topco Media in June. The Summit, to be held at Emperors Palace on June 8 and 9, follows on the successful Summit and the publication of a book...
Feb 26, 2016
With Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan calling for greater public–private partnerships, Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) on Friday reaffirmed its commitment to working with government to accelerate infrastructure development plans for the next three years....
Feb 24, 2016
South Africa’s government plans to inject R865.4-billion into infrastructure projects such as housing, roads, rail, public transport, water and electricity, maintaining its public infrastructure investment commitments over the next three years. The 2016 Budget,...
Feb 24, 2016
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Feb 18, 2016
The ongoing drought is a big problem that needs everyone to work together, President Jacob Zuma has said. Addressing Parliament on Thursday, he said the impact on the agricultural sector was severe.
Jan 29, 2016
The Australian government was hoping that renewed focus on the country’s northern region would unlock significant resource and energy potential. Resources, Energy and Northern Australian Minister Josh Frydenberg said on Friday that Northern Australia represented 40%...
Jan 19, 2016
The Executive Management of the Goscor Group of Companies welcomes Andrew Kendrick as the newly appointed Managing Director of Goscor Access Rental, a specialist Rental Company of a wide range of mobile lifting equipment and systems. Andrew, who recently attained a...
Jan 15, 2016
WATER PIPELINE UPGRADING PVC and HDPE pipes provide long-term water-saving solutions, reducing the impact of insufficient rainfall
The Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Associations (Sappma) has been pushing for long-term water-saving solutions over the past four years through its promoting that the existing water pipeline network infrastructure, which comprises old cement, steel and...
Jan 15, 2016
JACQUES LAUBSCHER Business and society must change from viewing water as a service to viewing it as a limited commodity worthy of careful management
While water conservation and demand management are not practised widely enough in South Africa, incentives can improve private-sector water management, and water-stewardship requirements can improve municipal water management, says engineering firm GIBB Integrated...
Jan 15, 2016
The Department of Water and Santation and the Namalwa district municipality is building water infrastructure that will supply 16-million litres of water a day.
Jan 14, 2016
The agreement recently achieved at the COP21 climate-change summit in Paris, France, is a landmark all of us can celebrate, says Mega Water Corporation founder and CEO, Rudy Roberts. “This important step forward in trying to limit the impact of climate change should...
Dec 11, 2015
The project involves the development of QGC and its partners’ natural gas tenements, west of Wandoan.
Dec 04, 2015
The South African civils market remains “very much under pressure”, says Group Five CEO Eric Vemer. The road-building sector is “very competitive”, with more complex infrastructure projects “very quiet”.
Dec 03, 2015
A study into infrastructure development in Africa has pointed to the emergence of Central and North Africa as megaproject hotspots, with 301 transport, energy and power, water and mining projects – denoting investment of $375.4-billion – currently under way on the...
 
 
 
 
Nov 23, 2015
Creamer Media’s Water 2015 Report considers the aforementioned issues, not only in the South African context but also in the African and global context in terms of supply and demand, water stress and insecurity, and access to water and sanitation, besides others.
Nov 20, 2015
South Africa is significantly affected not only by the current drought but also water losses that have been costing the country more than R7-billion a year, which equates to 37% of nonrevenue water. Of this, a quarter is considered to be losses through physical...
Nov 20, 2015
South Africa is significantly affected not only by the current drought but also water losses that have been costing the country more than R7-billion a year, which translates to 37% of nonrevenue water being lost. Of this, a quarter is considered to be losses through...
Nov 17, 2015
Eric Vemer
The South African civils market remains “very much under pressure”, says Group Five CEO Eric Vemer. The road-building sector is “very competitive”, with more complex infrastructure projects “very quiet”.
Nov 16, 2015
Natural gas explorer and producer QGC and its joint venture (JV) partners China National Offshore Oil Corporation and Tokyo Gas have announced a A$1.7-billion development of the Charlie natural gas tenements west of Wandoan, in Queensland. QGC’s parent company BG...
Nov 16, 2015
The Democratic Alliance (DA) will on Monday file an application in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) to access “the long overdue blue and green drop reports so we may know the full extent of our water infrastructure”, DA Member of Parliament...
Nov 12, 2015
As South Africa battles drought-induced water shortages, a South African Cities Network survey has shown that the overall expenditure of the country’s biggest municipalities declined by 1% between 2009 and 2013. The dry conditions have exposed inadequacies in water...
Nov 10, 2015
As a special offer to readers of Creamer Media’s Daily News Alerts, we are for the month of November making our 2015 Water Report available at a 50% discount. Ranked among the world’s 30 driest countries, South Africa is facing serious water challenges. Water...
Nov 09, 2015
As a special offer to readers of Creamer Media’s Daily News Alerts, we are for the month of November making our 2015 Water Report available at a 50% discount. Ranked among the world’s 30 driest countries, South Africa is facing serious water challenges. Water...
Oct 21, 2015
Government’s investment in infrastructure will continue to grow, but not as rapidly as in the past, with the focus shifting to improving value for money in infrastructure delivery, the National Treasury highlighted on Wednesday, noting that more than R800-billion...
 
 
 
 
Oct 16, 2015
Despite Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) being under way, South Africa has to ensure that it reduces its water use and water losses before Phase 2 is commissioned in 2024. Currently, 37% of all water supplied by municipalities is lost through...
Oct 16, 2015
Despite Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) being under way, South Africa has to ensure that it reduces its water use and water losses before Phase 2 is commissioned in 2024.
Oct 09, 2015
Mozambique has had to reject a proposal from the Malawian government to develop commercial river traffic along the Shire and Zambesi rivers. This was recently announced by Mozambican Transport and Communications Minister Carlos Mesquita, following a meeting between...
Aug 28, 2015
It is predicted that, in the next five years, water demand could outstrip supply in South Africa, says Nedbank Sustainability Carbon Specialist Dr Marco Lotz. With increasing population numbers and urbanisation, the debate regarding the amount of investment in water...
Aug 21, 2015
Ageing infrastructure in local healthcare facilities and hospitals, resulting in the cumulative obsoleteness of older fire-protection systems, has prompted several healthcare companies to request new or upgraded fire-protection systems, says Chimera Fire Protection...
Aug 07, 2015
The structural nature of South Africa’s water challenges requires that skills be shared to counteract the effect that a lack of skills has on water management, says South African black-owned consulting engineering firm Gibb technical executive Wiero Vogelzang. The...
Jul 31, 2015
IRRIGATION Botswana plans to use some of the water from the Zambezi river for agriculture
The Botswana government is accelerating construction of a 16-billion pula ($1.6-billion) pipeline meant to carry water from the Zambezi river to the south of Botswana, as the government wants to complete the project in seven years. The negotiations, and other...
Jul 31, 2015
ONGOING WATER SUPPLY Water services authorities must ensure that when water services are interrupted for more than 24 hours, consumers have access to alternative water services
Regular protests by residents demanding adequate water supply proves that many South Africans are subjected to interrupted and inadequate safe drinking water supply, says Unilever Centre for Environmental Water Quality director and Rhodes University professor Tally...
Jul 29, 2015
Meyerton-based steel tank manufacturer Structa Technology is currently rolling out a water infrastructure build programme that supports local municipalities, water utilities, schools, hospitals and clinics.
Jul 17, 2015
Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza
In a hard sell to the private investment community, Gauteng Infrastructure Development MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza on Friday reiterated her province’s need for private-sector equity investment in its bold infrastructure roll-out programme, telling delegates at the...
 
 
 
 
Jun 26, 2015
Climate change is increasingly finding its way back onto the global agenda, this time with the focus on its impact in the Water sector. Sustainable water supply needs to be secured for over 250 million people in the Southern African Development Community (SADC), with...
Jun 25, 2015
The acting head of eThekwini’s water and sanitation department, Richard Mngoma, on Wednesday warned Durban residents that if they did not use water sparingly, taps could run dry.  Presenting a report to the council on the state of water in the province, Mngoma said...
May 29, 2015
SKILLS TRANSFER Rexus shares its experiences and research in all aspects of pipeline design and often provides technical seminars and on-site training
Local pipeline systems manufacturer Rexus completed a project to supply pipes, valves, fittings and couplings to the value of R21-million for an Eastern Cape municipality water project in January. Rexus director Allistair Balutto tells Engineering News that the...
May 29, 2015
HIGH DEMAND Fewer sites are available on which to build new dams in South Africa, as existing water resources become increasingly strained
Advisory firm KPMG says South Africa should focus on forming regional partnerships with its neighbours when creating water infrastructure, such as dams, reservoirs, pumpstations and pipelines, to deal with its water challenges. KPMG projects advisory services partner...
May 12, 2015
AfriForum has released its blue and green drop reports for this year‚ and their findings show that improvements have been made regarding the quality of South Africa's water infrastructure. The civil rights organisation tested the drinking water quality in 132 towns...
 
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