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Much Asphalt

Much Asphalt is southern Africa’s largest commercial manufacturer of a wide range of hot and cold asphalt products, backed by proven quality control processes. Established in 1965, the company operates 17 asphalt mixing plants across South Africa and mobile plants for remote projects. Customers include all levels of government, state owned enterprises such as SANRAL and ACSA, private companies and the public.

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South Africa’s Power utility

17th July 2019 Eskom is by far the largest of South Africa’s many state owned companies. This near monopoly power utility is in crisis. It is the single largest threat to South Africa’s economy, according to a former Minister of Finance. 

Mining the benefits of Industry 4.0

10th July 2019 Mining companies have become much better at investing in the mines of today – but what about investing in the mines of the future? Industry 4.0, also known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the fusion of production, information and communication technologies, offers a significant opportunity... 

Education integral to solving manufacturing industry’s skills shortage

By: Simone Liedtke     26th June 2019 Solving the skills challenge in South Africa’s manufacturing industry and working towards its solution will require not only the identification of the skills needed now to meet short-term demand, but also the identification of the skills that will be needed in the future, a panel of speakers,... 

Cargo Carriers calls for a holistic approach to carbon reduction

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th June 2019 South Africa has implemented a carbon tax to honour its international commitment to reducing green-house gases (GHGs). While an important and commendable move by government, the premature taxing of businesses that emit carbon from industrial processes and through the combustion of fossil fuels... 

Defining the heavy-haul railway of the future

26th June 2019 Heavy-haul railways are under constant pressure to optimise operational efficiency, a factor that has led the sector to spearhead many new technologies. Michael Roney, special advisor to the International Heavy Haul Association (IHHA), explains in this article, originally published in the... 

Sky City Mall opens and there’s more to come this year

25th June 2019 The R155 million first phase of the new Sky City Mall, catering for the residents of Waterval, Palm Ridge and Kathlehong some 35km south east of Johannesburg in Gauteng’s Ekurhuleni Metro, is trading well since opening its doors to scores of shoppers on 18 April. Sky City Mall brings 12,900m2 of... 

Revealed at Saphila 2019: how SAP mobile technology enables innovative ‘smart city’ solutions for Cape Town

25th June 2019 Cape Town has long been known as one of South Africa’s most beautiful cities, and at the recent Saphila 2019 event - the bi-annual conference of the African SAP User Group (AFSUG), which took place on 10 and 11 June – it was also presented as a well-functioning place to live and work. A ‘smart... 

Strike at top copper miner seen wiping 10 000 t from market

By: Bloomberg     25th June 2019 A strike at a major copper mine in the world’s largest producer of the metal risks wiping out 10 000 metric tons from a market that’s already expected to end the year in deficit, according to an industry consultant. The stoppage at the Chuquicamata mine in northern Chile could cost No. 1 global... 

Ivanhoe progresses with road to airport from Kamoa project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th June 2019 Canada-headquartered Ivanhoe Mines says construction of the highway linking its Kamoa-Kakula copper project to the Kolwezi airport, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is progressing rapidly with the onset of the country’s dry season. The 34-km-long east–west road is about 25% complete... 

Astral Foods secures emergency water arrangement for Mpumalanga facility  

By: Simone Liedtke     24th June 2019 Poultry producer Astral Foods has recently, with the assistance of a number of national government departments, secured an emergency arrangement with the Lekwa municipality as an interim measure to stave off the water crisis affecting its Goldi poultry processing facility in Standerton,... 

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