https://www.engineeringnews.co.za
R/€ = 17.46 Change: 0.04
R/$ = 15.06 Change: 0.02
Au 1795.11 $/oz Change: 7.01
Pt 1013.08 $/oz Change: -6.42
 

Legislative Environment News

New defence industry council to develop strategy for sector this year

By: Keith Campbell     18th March 2016 The National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) should have its strategy for the sector completed by the last day of November, Defence Secretary Dr Sam Gulube has affirmed. He was speaking at the official launch of the Council. This strategy will be the result of the efforts of a number of... 

Incoming Necsa chairperson promises to do his utmost in the post

By: Keith Campbell     18th March 2016 The new Chairperson-designate of the Board of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa), Dr Kelvin Kemm, has thanked Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Petterson for nominating him to the post. Kemm is, among other things, the CEO of Nuclear Africa and a columnist for Engineering News.  

Carbon tax implementation likely in 2017 

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th March 2016 After ten years in the making, it was possible that South Africa will implement a carbon tax in 2017, as directed in National Treasury’s Draft Carbon Tax Bill, published late last year, Carbon Check South Africa said on Friday. The process to promulgate a tax on carbon-dioxide-equivalent (CO2-e)... 

Carbon tax implementation likely in 2017

Possible 'break in the clouds' for S African economy 

By: Natasha Odendaal     10th March 2016 With Moody’s Investors Service considering a possible downgrade for South Africa, consulting economist Cees Bruggemans on Thursday said the demotion to junk status probably could not be averted as it was “already in the system”; however, there seemed to be a break in the clouds that could... 

Consulting economist Cees Bruggemans
Photo by Duane Daws
Consulting economist Cees Bruggemans

Treasury to showcase action taken as Moody’s reviews possible downgrade

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th March 2016 With Moody’s Investors Service heading to South Africa’s shores for its yearly review, the National Treasury on Wednesday said it would highlight the key actions taken to avert a possible downgrade. The ratings agency this week placed South Africa’s respective long- and short-term ratings of Baa2... 

Treasury to showcase action taken as Moody’s reviews possible downgrade

New report delivers mixed verdict on water management progress  

By: Natasha Odendaal     4th March 2016 While South Africa’s 278 municipalities seem to be making some improvements in water delivery and water infrastructure management, water conservation and demand management remained on a “worrisome” downward trend, a new report released by the South African Local Government Association (Salga), on... 

New report delivers mixed verdict on water management progress

New Necsa chairperson promises to do his utmost in the post

By: Keith Campbell     4th March 2016 The new chairperson-designate of the board of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa), Dr Kelvin Kemm, has thanked Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson for nominating him to the post. Kemm is, among other things, the CEO of Nuclear Africa and a columnist for Engineering News. “I’d... 

Necsa chairperson Dr Kelvin Kemm
Photo by Duane Daws
Necsa chairperson Dr Kelvin Kemm

New National Defence Industry Council to develop strategy for the sector during this year

By: Keith Campbell     3rd March 2016 The National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) should have its strategy for the sector completed by the last day of November, Defence Secretary Dr Sam Gulube stated on Thursday. He was speaking at the official launch of the Council. This strategy will be the result of the efforts of a number of... 

Defence Secretary Dr Sam Gulube
Photo by Duane Daws/Creamer Media
Defence Secretary Dr Sam Gulube

First US poultry shipment in SA marks end of 'chicken wars'

By: News24Wire      3rd March 2016 The arrival of the first shipment of US chicken in South Africa on Monday marked the resolution of a long-standing stalemate between South Africa and the US over poultry imports.   Dubbed the 'chicken wars', the issue of South Africa's removal of barriers to US poultry imports to the country... 

First US poultry shipment in SA marks end of 'chicken wars'

Political uncertainty, conflict key inhibitor to FDI inflow

By: Natasha Odendaal     2nd March 2016 Armed conflict, political uncertainty and security threats were the largest deterrents to foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows in Africa, regardless of the quality of a country’s geological base, new analysis by advisory firm KPMG has shown. In the five-year period to 2014, total FDI inflows... 

Political uncertainty, conflict key inhibitor to FDI inflow
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
34
 

Latest News

more

Latest Videos

more

Projects

more

RSS Feed

About

Engineering News is a product of Creamer Media.
www.creamermedia.co.za

Other Creamer Media Products include:
Mining Weekly
Research Channel Africa
Polity

Read more

Subscriptions

We offer a variety of subscriptions to our Magazine, Website, PDF Reports and our photo library.

Subscriptions are available via the Creamer Media Store.

View store

Advertise

Advertising on Engineering News is an effective way to build and consolidate a company's profile among clients and prospective clients. Email advertising@creamermedia.co.za

View options
Free daily email newsletter Register Now
Register Close