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Huge expects double-digit FY earnings growth

19th May 2017 JSE-listed Huge Group on Friday said it expects to report a double-digit rise in earnings for the year ended February 28. The group, which will release its results on May 31, expects earnings per share (EPS) before acquisition costs, to be 51% to 62% higher at between 28c and 30c apiece, compared... 


19th May 2017 Aerobatic pilot Scully Levine of the Flying Lions aerobatic team waves to spectators at Germiston’s Rand Airport, in Gauteng, after completing a flying display. Sponsorship of the Flying Lions was recently taken over by Puma Energy. 

Group Five shareholder seeks board shake-up

18th May 2017 JSE-listed construction firm Group Five has warned of a possible board shake-up. The company on Thursday said a shareholder had notified it that it will seek to call an extraordinary general meeting to call for the reconstitution of Group Five’s board of directors, following a disagreement with... 

Creamer Media to partner with Joburg annual mining event

18th May 2017 As a media partner for the event, Mining Weekly will publish a Preview Feature about the Joburg Indaba in the edition dated 29 September 2017. To find out more about this great marketing opportunity or to secure an advertisement space contact Creamer Media’s advertising department on 2711 622... 

AME welcomes Edie Thome as new president, CEO

18th May 2017 The Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) has appointed outsider Edie Thome as president and CEO of the association, effective from June 19, replacing Gavin Dirom, who leaves to pursue other opportunities. Thome brings a wealth of experience in government relations, permitting and public... 

Report sketches optimistic outlook for BC mining sector

17th May 2017 The mining industry in British Columbia is cautiously optimistic as prices of key metal and resource commodities either rose or stabilised in 2016, new analysis by professional services firm PwC Canada has found. The trend continued into the first quarter, building on net mining revenues rising... 

Rwandan authority fines MTN subsidiary $8.5m

17th May 2017 The Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority has fined MTN Rwanda $8.5-million owing to its noncompliance with directives prohibiting the inclusion of MTN Rwanda in the MTN South and East Africa information technology hub, based in Uganda. MTN Rwanda is studying the notification of the fine and says... 

Don't leave the meter running on utility infrastructure upgrades

16th May 2017 A smart solution for overcoming barriers to municipal cash flow and revenue collection By Martin Kuhlmann – Siemens SA Technical Sales 

Manufacturing Indaba - Growing South African manufacturing

16th May 2017 Going into its fourth year, the annual Manufacturing Indaba is fast approaching and, with the country heavily focussed on growth solutions and the impact future trends will have on the manufacturing sector in South Africa,  participants eagerly plan for two remarkable days, hosted at Emperors... 

Sasol, Linde conclude engineering services agreement

16th May 2017 Petrochemicals group Sasol South Africa has signed a professional services term agreement with Linde Group’s engineering division for an initial term of two years, with an option to extend.     The agreement supports a close working relationship to create and ensure long-term engineering,... 


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