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Anine Kilian

Anine Kilian

Anine Kilian is a Creamer Media Contributing Editor Online for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Climate project calls for emissions reduction agreement

15th May 2015 Nonprofit organisation (NPO) The Climate Reality Project announced its Road to Paris initiative last month, a major international campaign that will galvanise citizens, business leaders, NPOs, and nongovernmental organisations around climate-change action and encourage countries at December's... 

Tool supplier to relocate headquarters

15th May 2015 Construction industry supplier Hilti South Africa is moving its headquarters from Johannesburg to the 2 200 ha multibillion-rand Waterfall City development logistics precinct, which is currently under construction, in the Midrand area of South Africa’s Gauteng province. Construction of the new... 

Coal-bed methane could be viable feedstock for power generation in SA

15th May 2015 Coal mine methane is a viable feedstock for electric power generation in South Africa said Southern African Caterpillar dealer Barloworld business development manager Nalen Alwar at a conference that took place in Johannesburg, Gauteng, last month. Sharing the podium with Caterpillar and industry... 

What role does deep-level mining play in seismic activity in South Africa?

8th May 2015 An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.5 shook Southern Africa in August 2014 and was felt as far apart as Botswana and Durban, in South Africa. One man was killed when a wall collapsed on him in Orkney, while 34 miners were injured in mines around Orkney and more than 600 houses were damaged in the... 

Northern Cape solar farm donates R1m to ostrich farms

8th May 2015 De Aar Solar Power announced its support to the value of more than R1-million for the Pride Rock and Nieuborn ostrich farms last month. The farms, both situated in De Aar, in the Northern Cape, form the cornerstone of the solar farm’s enterprise development programme.  “We are committed to... 

Japanese electronics group officially relaunches brand in South Africa

1st May 2015 Japanese electronics company Panasonic officially relaunched its brand in South Africa at a media briefing in Johannesburg last month and aims to reclaim its status as a household name in the country. While Panasonic has kept a low profile in recent years, this is set to change, with major plans... 

Big opportunities for South African manufacturers in Africa

24th April 2015 With growth rates exceeding that in the developed world – at an average of between 4% and 5% between 2002 and 2014 – African countries provide investors with ample reason to tap into booming consumer demand says Manufacturing Circle executive director Coenraad Bezuidenhout. With relative ease of... 

South Africa continues to see big jobs potential in call-centre sector

17th April 2015 South Africa is fast becoming the new call centre destination of choice for large international firms, instead of countries like India and the Philippines, where the industry is well developed and thriving. Workforce solutions provider Manpower South Africa MD Lyndy van den Barselaar says this is... 

South Africa continues to see big jobs potential in call-centre sector

17th April 2015 South Africa is fast becoming the preferred new call centre destination of choice for large international firms, instead of countries like India and the Philippines, where the industry is well developed and thriving. Workforce solutions provider Manpower South Africa MD Lyndy van den Barselaar... 

Next Maclear bulk sanitation upgrade to move ahead

17th April 2015 Consulting engineering firm Gibb has been contracted to upgrade the bulk sewer infrastructure of the Joe Gqabi district municipality, in Maclear, in the Eastern Cape. Gibb was appointed for phases 1 and 2 of the project, which involved the collector sewer from Greenfields and the first phase of... 

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