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Consulting Engineers News

Set: We will reap only what we sow

By: System Author     6th October 2000 Living in a world of diminishing boundaries, South Africa’s future existence depends on its impact in the global science, engineering and technology domain. 

Pullen Engineering

By: System Author     15th September 2000 Factory 

Civil engineering firm’s rebirth

By: System Author     28th July 2000 Despite the turmoil within the Stocks & Stocks group of companies, Stocks Civil Engineering has emerged positively and is well positioned for growth. 

Great African crane know-how

By: System Author     28th July 2000 Set to contribute to the Zambian Copperbelt’s reconstruction 

Engineering IT still ‘ineffective’

By: System Author     28th July 2000 For more than 30 years, business has used information technology as a tool to improve management practices, efficiency and profits but, despite the decades of experience in dealing with the problems of effective information management and a multitude of new developments, some sectors are still... 

Why I returned – De Clercq

By: System Author     21st July 2000 Steel 

Electronics for efficient order management

By: System Author     21st July 2000 Hitech Briefs 

Engineering complete for alcohol plant

By: System Author     14th July 2000 Construction of South African petrochemicals giant subsidiary Sasol Chemical Industries’s billion-rand world-scale detergent alcohol plant is due to start in October. 

Real-time engineering design on-line

By: System Author     14th July 2000 Local companies in the building and construction industry and in the manufacturing environment will soon have access to two market-specific on-line trading communities, which could change the way in which they do business. 

Service and know-how capabilities vital to economy

By: System Author     14th July 2000 Knowledge management 

South Africa must become a knowledge-based economy

By: System Author     14th July 2000 Knowledge management 

Africa’s eye to the sky

By: System Author     30th June 2000 An assortment of engineers has gathered at the South African Astronomical Observatory in Cape Town, command centre of the Southern African Large Telescope (Salt) project. 

Engineers, Mbeki wants you!

By: System Author     23rd June 2000 President Thabo Mbeki is on the prowl for engineers to join the public service as part of his vision for reskilling government. 

SA engineering on international TV

By: System Author     9th June 2000 Three local petrochemical and mining industry giants have pledged sponsorship towards a prime-time television documentary series featuring past, present and future engineering solutions from the African continent. 

Railway engineers on display

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 Africarail 2000 

Birth of black-empowered engineering firm

By: System Author     26th May 2000 In October 1997, entrepreneur Joel Mokgohlwa approached Litet – the investment fund of the small and medium enterprises initiative of Anglo American, known as Zimele – with his dream of starting a civil and environmental engineering consulting services company. 

Baldmin Engineering Works

By: System Author     26th May 2000 Factory 

Have a little fun!

By: System Author     26th May 2000 Spells it Out 

Ian Cockerill

By: System Author     26th May 2000 Leaders 

Allyson Lawless

By: System Author     19th May 2000 Leaders 

Thomas Cook

By: System Author     12th May 2000 Leaders 

Rapid Allweiler

By: System Author     5th May 2000 Factory 

R30m secured in foreign contracts

By: System Author     5th May 2000 In a move to expand its market base from South Africa into the rest of Africa and foreign markets, consulting engineering company Stewart Scott has secured contracts with a total value of R30-million during the past year. 

Germany extends more help to South Africa

By: System Author     5th May 2000 The development of the reunited city, Berlin, in Germany, may well be the South African engineering fraternity’s gateway to central Europe. 

Coega’s comeback confirmed

By: System Author     5th May 2000 The long-awaited deepwater harbour and industrial development zone planned for a 17 000 ha property east of Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage, in the Eastern Cape, is making something of a comeback. 

What next? After chief economist takes to the streets

By: System Author     5th May 2000 Building the Nation 

SA firm’s swift shift from defence

By: System Author     21st April 2000 In what is probably one of the best examples of adjusting to markets, former South African defence equipment leader, Reunert, has swiftly moved its business from heavy military equipment to sophisticated electronics and low-voltage electrical engineering. 

Advances in engineering design software

By: System Author     24th March 2000 Hitech Briefs 

John Stanbury

By: System Author     24th March 2000 Leaders 

Mining’s the way for construction firm

By: System Author     17th March 2000 South African construction engineering group Aveng has selected underground mining as its vehicle for global expansion. 

Tight goals for auto industry

By: System Author     17th March 2000 Automotve industry 

Payback time for engineering council

By: System Author     17th March 2000 Spells it Out 

Stephen Mncube

By: System Author     17th March 2000 Leaders 

Info sharing vital in supply chain

By: System Author     10th March 2000 The supply chain is one of the last frontiers for profit improvement left in the race for international competitive advantage. 

Hendrik Kirsten

By: System Author     10th March 2000 Leaders 

Spotlight on the engineering profession

By: System Author     3rd March 2000 Spells it Out 

South Africa’s newest billionaire talks to us

By: System Author     3rd March 2000 In 1996, young Capetonian Mark Shuttleworth saw a gap in the emerging Internet market and went about filling it, so effectively that he is set to earn himself R3,5-billion. 

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