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2020 MESA virtual conference – if you missed it you missed out!

18th January 2021 Originally published in South African Instrumentation & Control at https://bit.ly/3irdKlo 2020 brought about a lot of uncertainty, anxiety, fear, broken economies, and a complete halt to what we have come to know as ‘life’… I wonder why? Jokes aside, COVID-19 has left devastation and destruction... 

Safe Miners Keep Mines Alive

19th October 2020 While we have seen news about cabinless, emissionless underground vehicles and the technological progress is astounding, we are some years away from this becoming the norm. In the interim, we need to safeguard human beings – the life-blood of all mines. Sandvik’s AutoMine Concept Vehicle is able... 

Why SA should not put all our manufacturing eggs in China’s basket

26th March 2020 Dilley Naidoo, CEO of Madala & Associates, and Director of RSPH says, “Currently, South Africa has over 20% of its manufactured goods imported from China. This is one of the largest dependencies compared to other countries globally.” Given that China has until now been the hardware manufacturing... 

Can SA afford another Mining Disaster?

22nd October 2019 Accidental injury and death are invariably the result of the confluence of multiple risk factors, some or all of which, are totally preventable. Tragically we have recently learned of more mine employees who have died while on duty, with the commensurate devastating impact on their family,... 
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BUSA pays tribute to Mthembu

Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) says organised business mourns the passing of Jackson Mthembu, who was "one of South Africa’s hardest-working Ministers and a reliable social partner to engage with". Mthembu passed away this week from Covid-19-related complications. 

Japan and the UK partnering on robotics for use in nuclear facilities

Japan and the UK are partnering to develop and deploy new automation and robotics techniques for use in both the decommissioning of nuclear plants and the development of nuclear fusion energy. The project, designated LongOps, will receive £12-million in funding and will run for four years. The... 
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