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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 Polity.org.za and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

Tel: +2711 622 3744

Email: newsdesk@engineeringnews.co.za

SA electrical group in R105m R&D drive

30th November 2001 Electronics and electrical engineering company, Reunert, will spend a significant R105-million on research and development (R&D) projects during the next financial year. 

Tariffs train smash could delay coal terminal expansion

30th November 2001 Negotiations between a consortium of coal companies hoping to benefit from the 10-million-ton-a-year expansion at the Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) and State-owned coal transporter, COALlink appear to be on the brink of deadlock. 

State tax incentive rules published

27th November 2001 Regulations for the long-awaited tax incentive in support of South African industrial-development projects have been published in the Government Gazette. 

Gas entering Southern African energy mix

27th November 2001 The poverty-stricken Southern African country of Mozambique is set to receive more than $2-billion in royalties and taxes over the life of the $1,2-billion natural gas project being developed by South Africa’s petrochemical giant Sasol. 

Menell confirms iron-ore strategy

23rd November 2001 The head of Anglovaal Mining (Avmin), Rick Menell, has confirmed that none of the three alliance partners holding shares in Kumba intend selling their stakes when the company is listed on the JSE Securities Exchange on Monday. 

SA electrical group in R105m R&D drive

20th November 2001 Electronics and electrical engineering company, Reunert, will spend a significant R105-million on research and development (R&D) projects during the next financial year. 

Big BEE plans by resources firm

16th November 2001 Fledgeling mining house Kumba Resources is planning to pursue a range of black economic empowerment (Bee) initiatives in an effort to consolidate its position as the largest South African-domiciled diversified mining company when it is listed on the JSE Securities Exchange at the end of this month. 

SA steel: the grand plan unfolds

16th November 2001 The far-reaching restructuring of the South African steel industry will enter a new phase after November 26 when the country’s largest producer, Iscor, is unbundled to form separate steel and mining entities. 

IDC-led alliance wants Kumba to remain in SA hands

16th November 2001 The head the State-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) said yesterday that it and its partners, Stimela and Avmin, plan to use their respective positions in Kumba Resources to support the development of a world-class “South African-domiciled” mining company. 

State’s ‘merchant bank’ raises approvals to R7bn

16th November 2001 The State-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) – sometimes referred to as government’s merchant bank – raised its approvals to a record R6,9-billion last year from R4-billion the previous year. But it expects that the slowing world economy will lead to a lower approval... 

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