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Sugar Growers, Millers and Refiners

Annan urges action for Joburg summit

10th July 2002 UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has urged world leaders to draw up action plans to fight poverty and save the environment during a global earth summit in South Africa next month. 

Power utility pays heed to 'triple bottomline'

By: Joanne Delaurentis     21st June 2002 South Africa’s State owned power utility has allocated over R52-million this year to its corporate social investment arm, to beef up the third element in its triple bottomline. 

Global aluminium industry ensures its sustainability

21st June 2002 Aluminium is a young and modern metal. It has only been produced on an industrial scale since 1886, when Hall and H 

SA highlights fight on poverty for Joburg summit

17th June 2002 The Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Mohammed Valli Moosa, there is an agreement that poverty eradication should be the central focus of the World Summit on Sustainble Development. 

Sustainable engineering to be crucial to SADC's development

14th June 2002 It is the South African Institution of Civil Engineering’s (SAICE) belief that the well-being of African commerce and trade is heavily reliant on the availability of well-developed and maintained infrastructure as provided by the built environment professions and industry to face the... 

Sugar giant sweet on Mozambique

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     14th June 2002 Diversified group Tongaat-Hulett plans to expand sugar production in Mozambique in order to take advantage of the former Portuguese colony’s increased access to global markets from 2006, when developed countries open up to the world’s poorest countries. 

No decision on Joburg Summit plan

13th June 2002 The fourth and final preparatory committee meeting for the Johannesburg World Summit in Bali was attended by a large number of ministers from both developed and developing countries. By the early hours of the morning of 8 June consensus was not reached on the Draft Plan of Implementation for the... 

Funding for UN summit almost secure

By: Irma Venter     11th June 2002 The Johannesburg World Summit Company (Jowsco) has succeeded in securing nearly all of the funding needed to host the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) from August 26 to September 4 in Sandton, Gauteng. 

US farm law leaves bitter taste for SA sugar

By: Terence Creamer     7th June 2002 The chairperson of the South African Sugar Association (Sasa) Bruce Dunlop, says that while the newly announced US sugar programme, a component of its controversial new farm legislation, is only marginally different from the old programme, Sasa was still disappointed by contents of the new law. 

Americas meet over Johannesburg summit

By: Keith Campbell     31st May 2002 Ministers of the Environment of the Latin American and Caribbean countries met to discuss joint positions for the Jhb World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) later this year. 

Bumper milling season to sweeten production

By: nkolola halwindi     31st May 2002 Mpumalanga-based sugar company Transvaal sugar is to produce about 470 000 t of sugar during the 2002/3 season from its Malelane and Komati mills, reports public affairs manager Riaan Pienaar. 

$140m rehabilitation of Moz sugar mills concluded

By: nkolola halwindi     31st May 2002 It is estimated that about $140-million has been invested for the rehabilitation of four sugar mills in Mozambique over the past four years, reports Durban-based sugar giant Tongaat-Hulett Sugar (THS) MD Bruce Dunlop. 

Sugar group consolidates African assets

By: nkolola halwindi     31st May 2002 South Africa’s largest sugar producer the Illovo Sugar group, has completed its rehabilitation of the Maragra sugar mill and agricultural estates in Mozambique, a programme which begun when the company acquired a 50% stake in 1997. 

Tractors fast-track the sucrose race

31st May 2002 Kwazulu-Natal sugar mills now reward growers for their cane’s freshness and recoverable sucrose value, underscoring the fact that each season is a race against time and the unnecessary handling of cut cane. 

Liberalisation of world sugar market anticipated

31st May 2002 The South African sugar industry, one of the world's leading cost-competitive producers of high-quality sugar, held its opening of the season ceremony last month at the Morewood Memorial Gardens in Umhlali on Kwazulu-Natal's North Coast. 

Army transporter gives rough roads a caning

31st May 2002 A bright transport idea developed for use by the British Army has turned up in the South African sugar industry. 

Sweet success for SA sugar research

31st May 2002 The Sugar Milling Research Institute (SMRI) is the central scientific organisation involved in research work into the manufacturing problems of the South African sugar industry. 

SA firm wraps up $50m sugar factory rehabilitation in Moz

31st May 2002 In association with Schaffer and Associates International, provider of technical services to the sugar industry, Techserve, has recently completed the assignment as project managers for the $50-million rehabilitation of the Acucareira de Xinavane sugar factory and estate in Mozambique. 

Agricultural trade system a serious problem – Erwin

By: Terence Creamer     29th May 2002 Trade and Industry Minister Alec Erwin yesterday described trade in agricultural products as one of the most serious problems facing the world trade system. 

Annan highlights key focus areas for Joburg summit

21st May 2002 In a speech delivered by UN secretary-general Kofi Annan, water, energy, health, agriculture and biodiversity were named as key areas for action at the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) which kicks-off in Johannesburg in August . 

Tubing to deal with 'sweet' corrosion

3rd May 2002 Five years of extensive laboratory tests, negotiations and trials have resulted in the successful introduction of Salmac Stainless Tube’s SQ28 stainless-steel tubing, which is resistant to stress corrosion cracking, to the South African market. 

SA vacuum-pump manufacturer's European, SADC exports on rise

By: nkolola halwindi     26th April 2002 Johannesburg-based manufacturer of Nash liquid-ring vacuum pumps and compressors Vac-Cent Services has extended its services to the vacuum industry to include a field service to existing customers and potential vacuum users. 

SA's land distribution will be legal

12th April 2002 The South African Government remains committed to correcting the distortions in land ownership through a clear and legal framework, which does not disrupt business, said MEC for agriculture, conservation and environment Mashego Dlamini at the sugar season ceremony in Kwazulu-Natal yesterday. 

Decision time for sugar-beet project

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     8th February 2002 A final decision on whether or not a multimillion-rand sugar-beet project in the Eastern Cape will go ahead is expected next month, a senior Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) official tells Engineering News. 

M’bique’s sugar output climbs

21st January 2002 The past sugar season Mozambique has begun producing a crop large enough to have an exportable surplus after meeting domestic demand. 

Uganda plan to convert forest to sugar plantation

6th December 2001 The Ugandan government has licensed the private Kakira Sugar Works to bring a forest reserve under sugar cultivation, to expand local sugar production and cut imports, officials said. 

Cane growing is sweet business

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     30th November 2001 Small-scale farmers now account for about a fifth of the area under sugar cane in the Nkomazi region of the south-east lowveld of Mpumalanga, thanks to a programme supported by the government and the sugar industry. 

US knife-gate valves arrive in South Africa

By: Deborah Spicer     16th November 2001 A new range of knife-gate valves became available to the paper and pulp, mining, steel, sugar, automotive and sewerage and effluent industries two months ago. 

SA firm wins Moz sugar project

26th October 2001 In a deal valued at more than R5 million, JSE-listed CS Holdings’ mining and manufacturing systems division, CS Systems Integration, has been awarded the factory automation contract for the Marromeu Sugar Mill in Northern Mozambique by John Thompson Africa (JTA), the contractor for the... 

Competition attrition

By: System Author     17th November 2000 South African industrial companies are being denied vitally-important global potential by narrow competition policy, says business leader Leslie Boyd, executive vice-chairperson of Anglo American plc. 

EU, poor countries to provide critical mass for WTO round

By: System Author     14th July 2000 It is fitting that France, originator of the word ‘renaissance’, should help Africa with its own variation of the concept. And that is precisely what the country plans to do during its tenure in the presidency of the European Union. 

Get your sums right and we have a free-trade deal

By: System Author     6th July 2000 It appears as though the Southern African Development Community free-trade agreement will not be torn to shreds by clothing and textiles, nor left soured by sugar industry concerns. 

Sugar production increased

By: System Author     16th June 2000 South African sugar producer Illovo Sugar will produce almost two-million tons of sugar this season. 

Work begins on R700m Knysna project

By: System Author     9th June 2000 Construction work on the first phase of Thesen Islands, a R700-million commercial and residential property development in the Knysna lagoon starts this month. 

Be more proactive – Wakeford

By: System Author     2nd June 2000 If South African business is to survive in the increasingly competitive global arena it has to consolidate its efforts and take charge of its own destiny. 

New sugar agreement could be sweet deal for industry

By: System Author     5th May 2000 The South African sugar industry is anxiously awaiting the new sugar agreement to be published within days. 

Now it’s the CPPP programme

By: System Author     18th February 2000 Slow but steady progress is being made to develop the rural economy through the community public-private partnership programme. 

New ozone decolourisation technology

By: System Author     11th February 2000 Gas manufacture, distribution, supply and servicing 

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