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Africa has opportunity to supply more gas to China

18th February 2019 Gas demand is expected to overtake coal demand globally by 2030, says Standard Bank Southern Africa oil and gas head Paul Eardley-Taylor. Speaking at Africa Gas Forum, on Monday, he stated that global energy demand was increasing by 1.3% a year, while gas demand was increasing at between 1.7% and... 

Entries to inaugural Factory of the Year competition extended to 31 Jan 2019

6th December 2018 Since the launch of Factory of the Year competition at the Manufacturing Indaba in June this year, there has been an outpouring of interest from many of the country’s top manufacturers from industries such as automotive, consumer goods, energy and many others. After having received several... 

DTI joins as partner of 2018 Factory of the Year competition

29th October 2018 The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has joined A.T. Kearney, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Manufacturing Circle as a partner of the Factory of the Year competition. First announced at the Manufacturing Indaba in June, the competition is aimed at boosting... 

Entries for inaugural Factory of the Year competition to close on Oct 31

15th October 2018 A.T. Kearney has extended the entry deadline for the inaugural South African Factory of the Year competition to October 31. The event is aimed at boosting competitiveness in the country’s ailing manufacturing sector. 
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EPP forms JV to manage Poland office buildings

JSE-listed property company EPP has established a joint venture with pan-European private equity real estate platform Henderson Park, which will acquire a 70% interest in EPP's Polish office building portfolio. EPP will retain a 30% interest in the portfolio, which comprises 11 newly built office... 

Extreme weather is shaking up Africa's corn trade

At least three African nations will need to import more corn this year after extreme weather from cyclones to drought devastated crops, sparking some unusual trade flows. Corn is a staple grain across much of sub-Saharan Africa, where it’s milled and cooked with water to form a porridge or stiff... 
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