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On-The-Air (14/06/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     14th June 2019 South Africa’s first electricity-from-the-sea project is under way in the Western Cape; South Africa is being urged to champion the electric car – to put an end the vast sums of money that leave the country to pay for imported petroleum; and Mineral exploration in the Northern Cape is putting... 

On-The-Air (14/06/2019)
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Industrial development funding mix can improve success 

By: Schalk Burger     14th June 2019 A diversified funding mixture to stimulate industrial activity and development will help to improve success and can lead to growth partnerships with investors and government, as well as more rapid growth if successful, states industry body Commercial Aerospace Manufacturing Association of South... 

Industrial development funding mix can improve success
Camasa co-chair Themba September discusses certification and regulation in the aerospace industry. Camerawork: Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Christo Greyling.

Aviation manufacturing can be showcase for industrial stimulation 

By: Schalk Burger     14th June 2019 A proposed industrial growth initiative by the local aviation manufacturing industry can potentially serve as a showcase for how South Africa can stimulate its industrial sectors and how it should respond to their digital transformation, Commercial Aerospace Association of South Africa (Camasa)... 

Aviation manufacturing can be showcase for industrial stimulation
Camasa co-chair Johan Steyn discusses the proposed industrial stimulation plan. Camerawork: Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Christo Greyling.

SAA, Eskom faced with leadership challenge 

13th June 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the leadership and financial challenges facing South African Airways and Eskom and what decisions will have to be made by government soon to assist these entities. 

SAA, Eskom faced with leadership challenge
SAA, Eskom faced with leadership challenge

Air Products, Jeka highlight benefits of solar rooftop installations 

By: Simone Liedtke     13th June 2019 A solar photovoltaic roof-mounted power plant system installed at industrial and specialty chemicals supplier Air Products’ Kempton Park facility generates sufficient energy to meet between 60% and 70% of the facility’s day-time requirements, Air Products GM Maropeng Bahula says. The plant,... 

Air Products, Jeka highlight benefits of solar rooftop installations
Air Products GM Maropeng Bahula speaks to Engineering News Online about the company’s newly-installed solar rooftop PV system, while Jeka Energy CEO Thembani Marhanele touches on some of the system’s specifics. Video: Creamer Media’s Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Creamer Media’s Christo Greyling

Builders Warehouse opens flagship store in Boksburg 

13th June 2019 Builders Warehouse opened its latest store in Boksburg, in April. The new 15 170 m2 box format store design entailed a new layout and look-and-feel to align with Builders’ digitalisation and counter-driven strategy. Marleny Arnoldi attended the opening. 

Builders Warehouse opens flagship store in Boksburg
Builders Warehouse opens flagship store in Boksburg

Heavy Haul Game Changer  

12th June 2019 International Heavy Haul Association (IHHA) chairperson Brian Monakali, who is also acting Rail Network GM at South Africa’s Transnet Freight Rail, believes collaboration is the key to ensuring that global heavy haul operators mitigate the risks associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution... 

Heavy Haul Game Changer
IHHA chairperson Brian Monakali outlines the risks and opportunities posed to heavy haul railways by the unfolding Fourth Industrial Revolution. Camerawork: Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Christo Greyling.

Renergen dual listing to provide benefit of Australian research, understanding 

By: Simone Liedtke     10th June 2019 Emerging liquid helium and liquid natural gas (LNG) producer Renergen’s recent listing on the ASX will benefit the company by giving it access to Australian research and industry understanding, CEO Stefano Marani tells Engineering News Online. Renergen, which is also listed on the JSE’s AltX,... 

Renergen dual listing to provide benefit of Australian research, understanding
Renergen CEO Stefani Marani discusses the company’s recent ASX-listing and the company’s Virginia gas project with Engineering News Online. Video & Editing: Creamer Media’s Darlene Creamer 10.6.2019

On-The-Air (07/06/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     7th June 2019 Great news for South Africa is that manganese is edging its way into the growing electric vehicle (EV) market; This week’s packed Junior Indaba pleaded with the government to kickstart junior mining or face significant decline in mining as a whole. A South African company has raised R160-million... 

On-The-Air (07/06/2019)
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Tambo Springs preferred bidder chosen 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th June 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the announcement of a preferred bidder for the construction and operation of the proposed Tambo Springs inland container terminal in Gauteng and the importance of the project. 

Tambo Springs preferred bidder chosen
Tambo Springs preferred bidder chosen

Dickon Hall Foods underpins Libstar’s strategy to mitigate tough customer landscape 

6th June 2019 Food and Beverage company Libstar Group’s Dickon Hall Foods facility will allow the company to not just increase its customer relationship advantage but also allow it to develop additional channels. Simone Liedtke tells us more. 

Dickon Hall Foods underpins Libstar’s strategy to mitigate tough customer landscape
Dickon Hall Foods underpins Libstar’s strategy to mitigate tough customer landscape.

Commemorative coin series launched to celebrate South Africa’s 25 years of democracy   

By: Simone Liedtke     5th June 2019 In partnership with the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), the South African Mint on Wednesday launched a series of six new commemorative circulation coins as part of its ‘SA25 – Celebrating South Africa’ coin series. The new circulation coins, which were unveiled by SARB governor Lesetja... 

Commemorative coin series launched to celebrate South Africa’s 25 years of democracy
South African Mint Tumi Tsehlo speaks about the new commemorative coin series as part of the 'SA25 - Celebrating South Africa' coin series at the launch event. Video & Editing: Creamer Media's Nicholas Boyd

On-The-Air (31/05/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     31st May 2019 Mr Gwede Mantashe must take his new energy portfolio seriously by boosting renewable energy, which is cheaper and jobs-rich. South Africa’s new carbon tax, which comes into effect tomorrow, aims at curtailing our colossal dependence on coal-based electricity A feather in South Africa’s cap is... 

On-The-Air (31/05/2019)
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New coatings range launched in S Africa  

By: Halima Frost     31st May 2019 Specialised construction product manufacturer a.b.e. Construction Chemicals announced its partnership last month with coatings supplier Rustopak to launch the a.b.e. Rustopak range. The range consists of the a.b.e Rustopak Red Penetrant Sealant, and the Rustopak Top Coat. 

New coatings range launched in S Africa
a.b.e. Construction Chemicals CEO Warren Trew & Watsons Coatings president Gary Watson discuss the Rustopak range. Camerawork: Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Christo Greyling.

South Africa’s new Cabinet 

30th May 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the reduction in the size of South Africa’s Cabinet, how this is likely to affect key economic Ministries and how business has responded to the appointment of the new Cabinet. 

South Africa’s new Cabinet
South Africa’s new Cabinet

Redefine demonstrates why its investment strategy works 

30th May 2019 JSE-listed Redefine Properties continues to thrive amid a subdued environment, as a result of its strategy of investing where it believes the best market opportunities lie, while also catering to the demands of tenants. Simone Liedtke, who attended one of the company’s investor site visits, gives... 

Redefine demonstrates why its investment strategy works
Redefine demonstrates why its investment strategy works

Africa crash test results revealed for Avanza, Amaze and Ignis  

By: Irma Venter     29th May 2019 The third round of #SaferCarsForAfrica crash test results revealed a reasonable safety performance for adult occupants, but disappointing results for child occupant protection. The vehicles tested were the Toyota Avanza, Honda Amaze and Suzuki Ignis. 

Africa crash test results revealed for Avanza, Amaze and Ignis
The results of the third round of the #SaferCarsForAfrica crash tests have been revealed. Video editing: Nicholas Boyd.

The people have spoken – Aubrey Matshiqi  

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     29th May 2019 In its strategy and tactics documents, the African National Congress (ANC) talks about ‘the people’ as the key motive force of what the ruling party refers to as the National Democratic Revolution. According to the liberation movement model, the people and the liberation movement are one. The... 

The people have spoken – Aubrey Matshiqi
Political Analyst Aubrey Matshiqi discusses his column 'The people have spoken'. (Camera & editing: Darlene Creamer)

Telkom’s mobile division lifts group’s full-year performance  

By: Natasha Odendaal     27th May 2019 Telecommunications group Telkom’s mobile division elevated its overall operating revenue, headline earnings and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) for the financial year ended March 31. The group on Monday posted a 22.6% surge in headline earnings a share to... 

Telkom’s mobile division lifts group’s full-year performance
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko talks about the company's full-year financial performance. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

On-The-Air (24/05/2019) 

24th May 2019 Researchers this week made a strong call to mining companies to stop sending people into deep underground mines and to use remote machinery instead. South African manganese is helping fuel cells to be more affordable, which will be a big boost for platinum. A greater sense of purpose is emerging... 

On-The-Air (24/05/2019)
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Three companies join forces to launch EMVAfrica brand 

23rd May 2019 Energy Engineered Products, Multi-Alloys and E-Metals Cape have joined forces under the EMVAfrica umbrella to create what they call “a dynamic, single-source solutions provider and service suit”. Simone Liedtke gives us the details. 

Three companies join forces to launch EMVAfrica brand
Three companies join forces to launch EMVAfrica brand

Sasol’s Lake Charles project to cost up to $12.9bn 

23rd May 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the latest increase in the cost estimate for Sasol’s Lake Charles Chemicals project, in the US, and why the project is important to Sasol. 

Sasol’s Lake Charles project to cost up to $12.9bn
Sasol’s Lake Charles project to cost up to $12.9bn

On-The-Air (17/05/2019) 

By: Martin Creamer     17th May 2019 The decision of the Energy Minister Jeff Radebe to free up electricity generation is just what the South African economy needs at the moment. Zimbabwe has found the electricity to open a brand new platinum smelter, which was officially launched yesterday. A top economist this week called on all... 

On-The-Air (17/05/2019)
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Nuclear is a solution to Eskom’s woes 

By: Mamaili Mamaila     17th May 2019 The success of all the countries that have undertaken large nuclear programmes shows that nuclear energy is a credible solution to State-owned power utility Eskom’s power challenges, says retired Eskom chief nuclear officer David Nicholls. 

Nuclear is a solution to Eskom’s woes
Retired Eskom Chief Nuclear Officer David Nicholls discusses the power utility, scan the barcode with your phones QR reader, or go to ‘Video Reports’ on www.engineeringnews.co.za/ Camerawork: Christo Greyling. Editing: Nicholas Boyd. Recorded: 24.04.2019

Energy in focus following elections 

16th May 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about President Cyril Ramaphosa’s focus on Eskom and South Africa’s energy sector as he considers the appointment of a new Cabinet, as well as the changes on the regulatory front with regard to small-scale embedded... 

Energy in focus following elections
Energy in focus following elections

User experience lab could assist in product development, government programmes  

16th May 2019 Global consulting firm Nihilent officially launched its first user experience laboratory on the African continent last month. The facility, located in Bryanston, is the second of its kind globally and was inaugurated by Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan. Nadine James has the story. 

User experience lab could assist in product development, government programmes
User experience lab could assist in product development, government programmes

President's correct, S Africans need to act together to realise economic opportunities – Baissac   

By: Martin Creamer     14th May 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa is correct in stating that South Africans need to act together with urgency and boldness if they are to realise the economic opportunities before them, Eunomix CEO Claude Baissac said on Tuesday. Baissac, who was speaking to Mining Weekly Online following the finding of... 

President's correct, S Africans need to act together to realise economic opportunities – Baissac
Eunomix CEO Claude Baissac talks to Mining Weekly Online’s Martin Creamer about South Africa’s economic growth needs. Video: Nicholas Boyd. Photograph: Dylan Slater.

Vodacom reports full-year profit decline, but rise in service revenue 

By: Natasha Odendaal     13th May 2019 JSE-listed Vodacom on Monday posted muted growth in earnings and a rise in service revenue for the financial year ended March 31. The telecommunications giant reported earnings a share of 867c for the 12 months under review, an 8.7% decline on the prior year, along with a 6.6% year-on-year... 

Vodacom reports full-year profit decline, but rise in service revenue
Vodacom Group CEO Shameel Joosub outlines the company's performance for the year ended March 31, 2019. Videowork and editing: Creamer Media's Nicholas Boyd

Reigniting South Africa’s growth 

10th May 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the national elections, the key issues and priorities for the new administration and what should be done by the new administration to start reigniting South Africa’s economic growth. 

Reigniting South Africa’s growth
Reigniting South Africa’s growth

FLSmidth boosts local engineering facility 

9th May 2019 Mining and cement equipment multinational FLSmidth has completed a second upgrade of its Delmas facility, which engineers and manufacturers components and equipment for local, regional and export clients. Schalk Burger has the story. 

FLSmidth boosts local engineering facility
FLSmidth boosts local engineering facility

Redefine maintains sustained growth, value creation despite difficult local climate  

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     6th May 2019 JSE-listed Redefine Properties, which increased its distribution for the six months ended February 28 by 4% to 49.2c, maintained a strong platform for sustained growth and value creation despite ongoing economic and political uncertainty. The South Africa-based real estate investment trust holds... 

Redefine maintains sustained growth, value creation despite difficult local climate
Redefine CFO Leon Kok outlines the company’s performance for the period

Nzimande unveils Revised Taxi Recapitalisation Programme 

2nd May 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media Online Writer Tasneem Bulbulia about the introduction by the Department of Transport of a Revised Taxi Recapitalisation Programme and what Minister Blade Nzimande hopes the new programme will achieve. 

Nzimande unveils Revised Taxi Recapitalisation Programme
Nzimande unveils Revised Taxi Recapitalisation Programme

TMH Africa unveils rolling stock manufacturing facility 

2nd May 2019 Railway engineering company TMH Africa earlier this month unveiled its 45 000 m2 rolling stock manufacturing facility, in Boksburg, in Gauteng. The facility will manufacture and assemble rolling stock, refurbish old locomotives and provide maintenance services. Marleny Arnoldi was at the launch. 

TMH Africa unveils rolling stock manufacturing facility
TMH Africa unveils rolling stock manufacturing facility

SA data costs too high 

25th April 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media Contributing Editor Nadine James about the findings of the Competition Commission’s provisional report on the cost of data in South Africa. 

SA data costs too high
SA data costs too high

Cummins consolidates business units at new multimillion-rand premises  

25th April 2019 Global power company Cummins in March officially launched the “Power Hub”, its new multimillion-rand premises in the business area of the Waterfall Logistics Precinct, in Waterfall City, in Midrand. Tasneem Bulbulia tells us more. 

Cummins consolidates business units at new multimillion-rand premises
Cummins consolidates business units at new multimillion-rand premises

Pilot Crushtec partners with Sanral to help smaller contractors tender for projects  

18th April 2019 The South African National Roads Agency has signed a memorandum of understanding with rock crushing equipment supplier Pilot Crushtec to engender relationships with smaller contractors in the lower end of the construction industry, as part of the organisation’s transformation drive. Tasneem... 

Pilot Crushtec partners with Sanral to help smaller contractors tender for projects
Pilot Crushtec partners with Sanral to help smaller contractors tender for projects

Impediments to small-scale embedded generation 

17th April 2019 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the policy and regulatory impediments that are standing in the way of investment in small-scale embedded generation. 

Impediments to small-scale embedded generation
Impediments to small-scale embedded generation

Mantashe urges continued investment in clean coal tech   

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     12th April 2019 Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe on Friday commended Sasol for the “good work” it was doing and the opening of its new Impumelelo Colliery. He said it was notable that the opening of the mine came at a time when coal is under siege and that it should counter the narrative that coal is... 

Mantashe urges continued investment in clean coal tech
Sasol executive director and joint president and CEO Stephen Cornell provides details of the new Impumelelo colliery. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.
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