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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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Seifsa seeks to reward companies with good health, safety performances

31st March 2017 The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa), which will hold its yearly Awards for Excellence in May, will honour those companies that have upheld high health and safety performances in 2016.   Seifsa CEO Kaizer Nyatsumba says that, although the metals and... 

Undeterred by litigation, council says it is focusing on mandate

31st March 2017 The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) on Tuesday said that it was undeterred by the allegations made by civil engineering voluntary association, the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (Saice), over the legitimacy of ECSA’s fifth term council, which was appointed by Public... 

Solidarity stresses importance of saving South Africa’s steel industry

30th March 2017 Trade union Solidarity on Thursday emphasised the importance of South Africa’s steel industry, stating that it is a “key enabler of every part of the South African economy – including the automotive, mining, construction, energy and infrastructure sectors, all of which have been identified as... 

Universal electrification a necessity for Africa

29th March 2017 The African continent must ensure universal access to electricity to resolve energy poverty, Energy Security Services Africa head Gareth Gregory said on Wednesday. Addressing a global audience at the Power & Electricity World Africa 2017 conference, he noted that it was unacceptable that the vast... 

Offgrid solar power could save electricity costs for African households

28th March 2017 Offgrid solar power could help lower the energy costs for 138-million households in Africa that live on less than $2.50 a day and spend about $10-billion a year on energy-related products, including charcoal, candles and kerosene, South African Solar Photovoltaic Committee chairperson Jo Dean... 

Africa not making the most of its solar energy potential

28th March 2017 Most African governments are not moving fast enough to progress the uptake of solar energy, with the renewable energy accounting for less than 1% of energy consumed on the continent, Gigawatt Global CEO Welden Turner said on Tuesday. Speaking at Power & Electricity World Africa 2017, in... 

Savannah raises Mutamba resource estimate

27th March 2017 Savannah Resources has raised the resource estimate for its Mutamba mineral sands project, in Mozambique, after evaluating drilling results from the Ravene deposit. The Ravene resource has been found to contain a high-grade portion of 92-million tonnes at 6.2% total heavy materials (THM), which... 

Botswana Diamonds continues to progress exploration programmes

27th March 2017 Aim-listed Botswana Diamonds has completed a drilling programme on PL 186, on the Maibwe ground, in the Kalahari Desert, it said in a statement of Monday. “We identified the locations of the previously drilled holes where significant quantities of diamonds were discovered. We drilled three... 

Sappi appoints CellMark as lignin sales agent

27th March 2017 Paper and pulp producer Sappi’s Biotech division has appointed testing laboratories company CellMark as nonexclusive sales agent for the Hansa lignin products produced in liquid and powder formats at Sappi’s Tugela mill, in South Africa. Sappi is the world’s largest producer of lignosulphonates... 

Khobab Wind Farm lifts first turbine

27th March 2017 Khobab Wind Farm, near Loeriesfontein, in the Northern Cape, has completed the lifting of the first of its 61 wind turbine generators ahead of schedule. It is anticipated that the first power will be exported in the next three to four months and that the wind farm will start supplying electricity... 

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