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Remembering Kwame Nkrumah

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     24th May 2019 Barring unforeseen glitches, this edition of Engineering News will hit the newsstands on May 24, a day before the fifty-sixth anniversary of the day when then Ethiopian leader Emperor Haile Selassie hosted the leaders of newly independent African States at a get-together that gave birth to the... 

Use remote machinery to mine at depth ­– Jourdan 

By: Martin Creamer     23rd May 2019 Independent consultant Dr Paul Jourdan on Thursday called on South Africa to cease sending people down dangerous deep-level mines and introduce remote machinery to mine at depth. He was speaking at the Southern African Mining Supply Chain Conference and Strategy Workshop, which was hosted by the... 

Industrialisation to help South Africa’s mining cluster compete globally

By: Simone Liedtke     22nd May 2019 If industrialization is done properly through advancing the South African mining cluster and using the sector as a driver for industrialisation, the sector has huge potential to operate not only at scale but also to compete in the world market, says Minerals Council South Africa chief economist... 

Sanedi launches two solar heating system projects

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th May 2019 South African National Energy Development Institute (Sanedi) on Wednesday launched the first solar district heating system in South Africa at the University of the Witwatersrand’s (Wits’) Junction Campus, as well as the largest solar process heat system in sub-Saharan Africa at the Klein Karoo... 

Prowalco Tatsuno ICON technology for the farming community

23rd April 2019 A locally-developed and manufactured fuel-dispensing and management solution that not only removes the burden from farmers of maintaining logbooks, but allows them to cut costs, improve uptime, and hence focus on their core business of farming, will be on display at the Goscor Group stand at... 

Imminent global water shortfall can be managed through partnerships

By: Natasha Odendaal     5th April 2019 The world has just over one decade to resolve the ever-diminishing supply of water or face a 40% shortfall and demand management is the fastest, cheapest strategy to get started on resolving the challenge. One year after the release of a World Bank study that showed that maintaining a... 

Brics banks should not look at SA in isolation of its neighbours – Mboweni

By: African News Agency      1st April 2019 The New Development Bank (NDB) cannot separate South Africa from its neighbours when deciding on extending development loans, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said on Monday. Speaking at the fourth annual meeting of the NDB at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, Mboweni said countries in... 

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