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Booyco Electronics

Booyco Electronics (Pty) Ltd is a market leader in the innovation and supply of specialised electronic safety equipment to the southern African mining sector. Some of these warning, locating and monitoring systems are unique in the industry and new products are being introduced to the line-up on an ongoing basis.

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Kaspersky Lab to open Rwanda office

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st May 2019 Cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab plans to open a new office in Kigali, Rwanda, to support the rapid growth of its business in East Africa. This strategic move will provide more room for development, as well as closer proximity to new partners in the region, allowing Kaspersky Lab to continue... 

Metminco enacts Andes merger

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th May 2019 ASX-listed Metminco has signed a binding bid implementation agreement with Colombia-focused Andes Resources to enact a merger agreement reached in March this year. Under the terms of the off-market agreement Metminco would issue 25 of its own shares for every Andes share held, with the merger to... 

South Africa urged to use seasonal advantage to secure lower LNG prices from Mozambique 

By: Terence Creamer     13th May 2019 South Africa is failing to fully grasp the energy and economic significance of the impending development of the enormous gas reserves discovered in northern Mozambique since 2010, Standard Bank oil and gas specialist Paul Eardley-Taylor argues. Between 150- to 200-trillion cubic feet of gas has... 

Coal exports continue to drive Qld economy

By: Esmarie Iannucci     8th May 2019 Coal has continued to drive exports in Queensland, with the state government this week reporting an increase of 18.4% in the value of exports, which reached A$84.3-billion in the 12 months to March. “Yet again the value of Queensland’s merchandise exports over the year are larger than NSW and... 

Australia, Guinea, Indonesia to lead bauxite mining up to 2029

By: Marleny Arnoldi     7th May 2019 Following a decline in global bauxite production in 2018, consultancy company Fitch Solutions says global bauxite production this year is being driven by new projects coming on line in Guinea and Australia, as well as a ramp-up in production in India and Indonesia. Australia holds 12 of the 29... 

Jet Demolition pioneers cold-cutting technology for petrochemical demolition

6th May 2019 Cold-cutting techniques developed by Jet Demolition have introduced a new benchmark for health and safety in the petrochemical industry, which represents a highly volatile and hazardous work environment. The equipment and methodology pioneered by Jet Demolition has the added ‘green’ benefit of... 

Firm well-positioned for business in Botswana and Africa

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     3rd May 2019 The working environment in Botswana is stable, and civil and structural engineering firm ADA Consulting Engineers welcomes the country’s focus on infrastructure development, which the company is well-positioned to support, says ADA Consulting Engineers director Paul Maitre. The company’s office,... 

Africa Follows Dry-Type Trend As Trafo Power Solutions Gears Up For Growth

2nd May 2019 Africa continues to follow the global trend in taking up dry-type transformer technology, owing largely to its enhanced safety levels and lower maintenance requirements. According to David Claassen, managing director of local dry-type transformer specialist Trafo Power Solutions, the growth of... 

Reducing the environmental impact of construction equipment with inspiration from the aerospace industry

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th April 2019 Every construction company should be looking to leave the surrounding environment as untouched as possible during projects. For some sectors however, that goal poses significant challenges. The forestry industry is a good example of this, where delicate work is constantly done in direct proximity... 

Finniss DFS confirms financials - Core

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th April 2019 A definitive feasibility study into the Finniss lithium project, in the Northern Territory, has estimated that it would require a capital investment of A$73-million. ASX-listed Core Lithium on Wednesday reported that the one-million tonne a year openpit operation would produce up to 180 000 t/y... 

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