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Irma Venter

Irma Venter

Irma Venter is a Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Reduce storage costs by controlling growth, believes solutions company

29th August 2003 Reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO) of an organisation’s storage requirements is possible by lowering the storage growth rate. 

Another large South African research project mooted

15th August 2003 A proposal to conduct a feasibility study for another large-scale scientific project – comparable to the South African Large Telescope and the Square Kilometre Array – has been made to the Department of Science and Technology. 

Letseng diamond project secures funding

15th August 2003 The Letseng diamond-mine in Lesotho is set for commissioning in the first quarter of next year. 

Letseng diamond project secures funding

8th August 2003 The Letseng diamond-mine in Lesotho is set for commissioning in the first quarter of next year. 

Bush’s Ford visit may be prelude to announcement

8th July 2003 US president George Bush has included a visit to the Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) in his short trip to the country. 

Building the renaissance

9th June 2003 Forget Africa’s Big Five. The continent is looking for Africa’s Big Fifteen. Fifteen – or more – projects that will kickstart development. 

Building the Renaissance

6th June 2003 Forget Africa’s Big Five. The continent is looking for Africa’s Big Fifteen. Fifteen – or more – projects that will kickstart development. 

Strong rand could jeopardise growth - economist

14th May 2003 A leading economist has warned that a too strong a rand could jeopardise South Africa’s prospects for economic growth. 

Nanotechnology: will it deepen the rich-poor divide?

28th April 2003 It is the stuff that gives conspiracy theorists nightmares, and even more so those who live in angst of an apocalypse by the hand of the machine – the presence of tiny invisible robots working away in the human body. 

The science of small things

25th April 2003 It is the stuff that gives conspiracy theorists nightmares, and even more so those who live in angst of an apocalypse by the hand of the machine – the presence of tiny invisible robots working away in the human body. 

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