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Dec 18, 2014
   
The Labour Court in Johannesburg has set aside the 2011-2014 metal sector wage agreement, the National Employers' Association of SA (Neasa) said on Thursday. The 2011-2014 wage deal was the result of an agreement between the Steel and Engineering Industries...
 
Dec 17, 2014
South African cement firm PPC on Wednesday named a mining industry veteran as chief executive, ending a three-month leadership vacuum that has hit its shares. PPC's former CE Ketso Gordhan abruptly resigned in September after clashing with the board. He then...
Dec 17, 2014
The battle for the assets cement firms Lafarge and Holcim must sell to get the go-ahead for their merger will likely be between three groups, several people familiar with the matter said. The three groups expected to hand in binding bids by a mid-January deadline...
Dec 19, 2014
Updated 1 hour 47 minutes ago China appears to have been routinely underestimating output from its sprawling steel sector, with official figures for last year alone 40-million tonnes below a key industry estimate - an amount equivalent to Germany's entire annual production. Beijing has vowed to...
Dec 17, 2014
Forces allied to Libya's conflict parties clashed with heavy weapons on Tuesday over control of the country's biggest oil ports in the east as the European Union was considering sanctions on people obstructing U.N.-brokered peace talks. The United Nations had...
Dec 17, 2014
anzania's attorney general resigned late on Tuesday, becoming the first political casualty in an energy corruption scandal in the east African country that has led Western donors to delay aid and weakened the currency. The resignation followed a vote in parliament...
Dec 17, 2014
The Democratic Alliance on Tuesday called on Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to clarify Eskom's latest threat of further rolling blackouts. Spokesperson on public enterprises Natasha Michael said Ramaphosa had to disclose the reason four generators stopped working...
Dec 11, 2014
Creamer Media’s Liquid Fuels 2014 Report examines these issues, focusing on the business environment, oil and gas exploration, the country’s feedstock supplies, the development of South Africa’s biofuels industry, fuel pricing, competition in the sector, the...
Dec 18, 2014
Lumwana, Zambia
Canada’s Barrick Gold Corp will suspend operations at its Lumwana copper mine, in Zambia’s Northwestern province, after the country enacted legislation that raised the royalty rate on openpit mining operations from 6% to 20%. TSX- and NYSE-listed Barrick, the world’s...
 
Dec 15, 2014
European Union antitrust regulators approved on Monday the proposed merger of France's Lafarge and Swiss peer Holcim to create the world's biggest cement maker. The European Commission said the companies had agreed to sell most of their overlapping businesses to...
Dec 12, 2014
South Africa asked on Friday for bidders to submit proposals to build coal-fired power plants as part of a string of initiatives launched this week aimed at ending chronic electricity shortages. Bidders will need to pay a nonrefundable R200 000 rand ($17 000) fee...
Dec 12, 2014
South Africa will announce a series of renewable energy projects on Monday that will add 1 000 MW of power into the country's constrained electricity grid, sources close to the deals told Reuters. Africa's most advanced economy is in the midst of a severe power...
Dec 12, 2014
Trade Minister Rob Davies
Two United States senators have threatened to try to block South Africa from a lucrative US-Africa trade agreement if Pretoria doesn't lift import duties on cheaper cuts of chicken. South Africa has imposed "anti-dumping" tariffs since 2000 of above 100% on certain...
Dec 12, 2014
Financial problems at South Africa's Eskom have pushed the governing ANC to look into selling stakes in state companies to free up funds to update the utility and ease power blackouts. President Jacob Zuma's African National Congress has long been reluctant to sell...
Dec 12, 2014
The extent of the damage to industry and the costs that arise directly from load-shedding have been gravely underestimated, the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) said on Friday. “This is a crisis for the country and a disaster for many industries, and...
Dec 12, 2014
Power management company Eaton announced on Friday that it would be providing electrical engineering services and power distribution equipment for the construction of a 5 MW solar microgrid system in Annobon province – an island off Equatorial Guinea, in central...
Dec 12, 2014
Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies
In a bid to curb illegal and harmful substandard products imported into the country, government on Friday destroyed products worth R13.2-million that were found to compromise the safety of consumers with defects that could not be corrected.
 
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