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Angloplat decision on Twickenham by Q1 2008

30th July 2007 Capital costs have climbed for Angloplat's long-delayed, multi-billion rand Twickenham project and a decision on whether to build it will be made by early 2008, a top official said on Monday. 

Gold rebounds after sell-off, Tokyo hits 1-month low

27th July 2007 Gold recovered on Friday after tumbling to its lowest in two weeks the previous day, while Tokyo futures slipped for the fifth day in a row to a one-month low as investors ditched their holdings. 

World Bank OKs funds for Malawi-Mozambique power

18th July 2007 The World Bank on Tuesday approved a $93-million credit for the construction of a power link between Malawi and Mozambique, giving the southern African neighbors access to reliable and affordable energy.  

Rio Tinto agrees to buy Alcan for $38bn

12th July 2007 Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto Ltd/Plc has agreed to buy Canadian aluminium company Alcan Inc. for $38,1-billion, in a bid to create the world's biggest aluminium company.  

Naspers braces for pay-TV price war in SA

11th July 2007 South African pay-TV monopoly Multichoice expects the onset of competition next year to spark a profit-eroding price war and says fixed-line phone operator Telkom will be its toughest rival. 

Zambia to spend $74m to upgrade lime producer

6th July 2007 Zambia's major lime producer for its vast copper and cobalt mines will upgrade equipment and construct a new kiln to boost lime production at a cost of $74-million, the firm said on Friday. 

Zambia to spend $74m to upgrade lime producer

6th July 2007 Zambia's major lime producer for its vast copper and cobalt mines will upgrade equipment and construct a new kiln to boost lime production at a cost of $74-million, the firm said on Friday. 

Total renews long term deal with Gabon

6th July 2007 Total said on Friday it has renewed a 25-year deal covering its operations in Gabon, which the French oil and gas giant said defined the legal and tax system governing its work there. 

Watchdog hopes to wrap up Gold Fields probe in August

6th July 2007 South Africa's financial sector watchdog hopes to conclude an investigation in August regarding possible insider trading or market manipulation in Gold Fields shares. 

Heavy industry could save a quarter more energy - IEA

26th June 2007 Heavy industries such as cement, chemicals or metals could step up energy efficiency by a quarter while cutting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by up to a third, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Monday. 

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