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Emerging markets using latest energy technologies to improve competitiveness

26th January 2018 With the advent of new energy generation, storage and management technologies, developing country companies are using the capabilities of new integrated microgrid systems to improve their efficiency and lower costs, says electrical equipment and services multinational ABB Asia, Middle East and... 

Global crude steel output up 5.3% y/y in 2017

25th January 2018 Global crude steel production increased by 5.3% year-on-year to 1.69-billion tonnes in 2017. Output increased in all regions except for the Commonwealth of Independent States, where production remained flat at about 102.1-million tonnes, the World Steel Association reported this week. 

RDM to supply advanced Assegai projectiles to Australian defence company

25th January 2018 Munitions and explosives manufacturer Rheinmetall Denel Munition (RDM) has secured a contract to supply advanced 155 mm Assegai projectiles to Australian private defence company NIOA. The A$100-million contract was secured in partnership with German defence company Rheinmetall Defence,... 

Rand Water board nominations to close end-January

25th January 2018 The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has called for nominations for candidates to serve on the Rand Water board from 2018 to 2022. Individuals and organisations have been invited to submit nominations of suitably qualified and experienced persons to be considered for appointment as board... 

Copper production declined in first ten months of 2017 – ICSG

23rd January 2018 Worldwide copper mine production declined 2.6% in the ten months to October 2017, while concentrate production declined by 2.2% and production through solvent extraction-electrowinning declined by 4.3% in the same period, according to the intergovernmental copper body The International Copper... 

Alphamin raises C$56m to develop DRC tin project

23rd January 2018 Tin miner Alphamin Resources has raised C$56-million, or about $44.3-million, through the issue of nearly 175-million shares at C$0.32 a share to continue the development of the Bisie tin project, in North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The offering included the private placement of... 

Channelling all ewaste to one plant the best way to ensure viability of recycling in Southern Africa

19th January 2018 The establishment of an electronic waste (e-waste) recycling plant, which can cost R1.5-billion to build, will work best if the e-waste streams from across southern Africa can be channelled to such a megaplant, says information technology asset and e-waste recycling company Xperien CEO Wale... 

Wits unveils oldest hominid fossil

19th January 2018 The oldest and most complete fossil of an Australopithecus prometheus, named Little Foot owing to the 1994 discovery of four small foot bones by University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) Evolutionary Studies Institute Professor Ron Clarke, in the Sterkfontein caves, was unveiled in December. The... 

Africa, and other regions, seen benefiting from China-driven One Belt, One Road superproject

19th January 2018 The China-driven superproject, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which is a conceptual redevelopment of the ancient global tradeways of the Silk Road, aims to link the heartlands of countries by land, sea and air routes, says Renmin University School of International Studies Professor Wang... 

SAA, TAAG sign code-share agreement

10th January 2018 State-owned airline South African Airways (SAA) and Angola State-owned airline TAAG Angola Airlines on Wednesday announced a code-share agreement for flights between Luanda and Cape Town or Johannesburg. “SAA will code-share with TAAG on direct services between Johannesburg and Luanda and between... 

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