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Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer is the Editor of Engineering News and a Deputy Editor for Mining Weekly.

He also has editorial responsibility for and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

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Oversight structure set up to monitor implementation of SAA’s latest turnaround plan

29th March 2018 A formal oversight structure, involving the National Treasury, as well as executive and nonexecutive directors from South African Airways (SAA), has been established to monitor the implementation of a “revalidated” turnaround strategy at the lossmaking and heavily indebted national carrier.... 

Construction set to begin on ‘flagship’ 40 MW Moz solar project

28th March 2018 Oslo-listed renewable-energy developer Scatec Solar, which has its African regional hub in Cape Town, South Africa, expects to begin constructing a 40 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Mozambique in the coming weeks after the project reached financial close in early March. GM and VP for... 

Lowering SoE risk to fiscus requires governance and business-model reform - S&P

27th March 2018 The risk posed to government’s fiscal position as a result of contingent liabilities linked to South Africa’s State-owned enterprises (SoEs) will be only partly alleviated by governance reforms, S&P Global Ratings warns, arguing that greater attention will also have to be given to reforming SoE... 

South Africa sees T-FTA as building block in continental integration process

26th March 2018 South Africa fully supports the proposed African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) signed by 44 African countries in Kigali, Rwanda, last week, but Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies said the “high bar” set by South Africa’s legal framework made it impossible for the country to... 

South Africa willing to accept metals quotas as it intensifies bid for US tariffs exclusion

26th March 2018 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies revealed on Monday that South Africa was willing to accede to quotas on its steel and aluminium exports to the US as part of the country’s ongoing bid to be excluded from tariffs imposed on March 23 following a proclamation signed by President Donald... 

South Africa makes formal request for exclusion from US metals tariffs

23rd March 2018 Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies has made a formal submission to the US requesting the exclusion of South Africa from the imposition of duties on steel and aluminium products. A provision allowing for country-based exclusions from a 25% increase in the steel tariff and a 10% duty on... 

Legal challenge ‘not end of the road’ for 27 renewables IPPs

23rd March 2018 Energy Minister Jeff Radebe moved decisively on Thursday to end the confidence-sapping uncertainty that has hung over South Africa’s independent power producer (IPP) programmes for more than two years, announcing that project agreements for 27 stalled renewable-energy projects would be signed on... 

Municipalities seek new rules to facilitate transition to decentralised electricity system

23rd March 2018 South African Local Government Association (Salga) president Parks Tau has called for an overhaul of the policy and regulations governing electricity supply in South Africa to facilitate a transition towards a more decentralised electricity system. Addressing a well-attended Salga Energy Summit... 

Decisive shift in energy debate

23rd March 2018 South Africans should be in no doubt that the content and tone of the conversation about electricity has shifted decisively, notwithstanding the unexpected decision by the Department of Energy to refrain, last week, from signing long-awaited agreements for 27 renewable-energy projects. Prior to... 

Norway optimistic Ramaphosa will restore predictability to business environment

22nd March 2018 The Norwegian government is optimistic that the new South African government, led by President Cyril Ramaphosa, will promote a more stable and predictable business environment that is conducive to higher levels of trade and investment between the two countries. Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister... 


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