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Concor Infrastructure

Concor Infrastructure is well positioned as the leading black owned Tier 1 infrastructure player in South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa. The company is already active in all nine provinces locally, and regularly performs contracts in Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries.

Concor Infrastructure offers a broad capability across all infrastructure disciplines including roads, airports, dams, railways, bulk earthworks, mine and township development, specialised concrete repair work and civil engineering.



Calidus to acquire high-grade Blue Spec project near Warrawoona

By: Donna Slater     21st September 2020 ASX-listed gold explorer Calidus Resources has entered into a binding agreement with TSX-listed gold explorer Novo Resources to acquire the high-grade Blue Spec project, located about 70 km from Calidus’ 100%-owned proposed Warrawoona gold project. The acquisition leases lie immediately adjacent... 

Senex awarded additional acreage

By: Donna Slater     21st September 2020 The Queensland government has awarded ASX-listed oil and gas company Senex Energy preferred tenderer status for a 486 km2 natural gas exploration block, PLR2020-1-9, located on trend between the Scotia and Meridian gas fields in the Bowen basin. This was done as part of the Queensland... 

Mining well placed to maintain healthy profits despite pandemic impacts, says Stanlib 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th September 2020 Asset manager Stanlib says the scars from a blow-out of corporate bond yields and indebted miners finding themselves on the brink of collapse have ultimately introduced good balance sheet and operational discipline into the sector. This included rationalising growth plans and consolidating... 

Busa’s Pityana stresses need for approval, implementation of Economic Recovery Action Plan 

By: Simone Liedtke     18th September 2020 Business Unity South Africa (Busa) President Sipho Pityana has called for a “more empathetic approach” with South Africa recently passing two important milestones on the road to salvaging its battered economy. These milestones comprise the Covid-19 lockdown having been scaled down to Alert Level... 

On-The-Air (18/09/2020) 

By: Martin Creamer     18th September 2020 The mining industry is calling for Joburg’s mine dumps to come down to cut travel time in taxis; A rich old gold mine is being brought back to life in the Evander gold fields of Mpumalanga; and Platinum is fighting its way into battery electric vehicles, from which it has up to now been excluded. 

Papillon making ‘good progress’ towards completing Mayflower transaction

By: Simone Liedtke     18th September 2020 London-listed investment company Papillon Holdings is making “good progress” towards completing the transaction agreement with Mayflower Capital Investments, which will result in the company acquiring some or all the interest of two gold assets located in Kenya and Congo-Brazzaville. The company... 

Increasing the life of concrete for sustainable built environments

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th September 2020 Over the years, built-environment professionals have increasingly turned their efforts towards improving the durability traits of concrete to construct longer lasting structures for sustainable built environments. Fire resistant and durable, concrete enables the construction of buildings and... 

Creecy shares strides govt has made in circular economy efforts

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th September 2020 Environment, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Barbara Creecy says government understands how green industries can open up new possibilities for development and create much-needed jobs in South Africa. Delivering a keynote address at the Waste Khoro 2020 event, which was held virtually on... 

Sansa awarded an additional R4.47bn to develop the Space Infrastructure Hub

By: Yvonne Silaule     16th September 2020 The South African National Space Agency (Sansa) has been awarded R4.47-billion in additional funding for the next three years to develop the Space Infrastructure Hub (SIH). The SIH is part of government’s Sustainable Infrastructure Development Symposium South Africa (Sidsa) initiative. 

Kansanshi reserves rise 70%, sets the stage for potential restart of S3 expansion

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th September 2020 The mineral reserve at TSX-listed First Quantum Minerals' Kansanshi mine, in Zambia, has increased by 70% to an estimated 842-million tonnes, grading 0.64% copper, while the mine's mineral resource has increased by 40% to an estimated 939-million tonnes, grading 0.67% copper. This compares with... 

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