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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

R20bn National Empowerment Fund to emerge as key BEE driver

25th March 2003 The South African government expects its National Empowerment Fund (NEF) to be capitalised to the tune of between R15-billion and R20-billion, which could make it a leading force in facilitating future black economic empowerment (BEE) ventures in South Africa. 

New R65m steel-beneficiation plant for Saldanha

21st March 2003 The steel division of construction and steel company Aveng will begin construction of a R65-million steel-beneficiation plant downstream of Saldanha Steel and Duferco at Saldanha Bay in the Western Cape within the next month. 

Productivity has to be Eskom’s main priority

21st March 2003 The reason for State-owned power utility Eskom’s assertion that it will be seeking above-inflation price increases can only be understood by an analysis of its inflation-adjusted financial statements. 

De Beers plans to boost output from SA in 2003

21st March 2003 Diamond giant De Beers, which has consolidated its financial position and reduced its debt significantly over the last year, is preparing for a new expansionary push with group capital investments set to rise to more than $2,3-billion over the next five to ten years. 

Rich country farm policies a $7bn yearly tax on Africa

19th March 2003 Agricultural trade reform, which leads to increased market access and the elimination of trade-distorting subsidies, would be central to Africa’s future economic development, a study conducted by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has confirmed. 

Stakeholders meet to drive downstream exports

14th March 2003 The South African government is working with the steel industry in a bid to help boost the export of value-added steel products – an area that has remained stagnant for a number of years. 

Austrian firm punts iron technology for SA

14th March 2003 Austrian industrial services and technology company Voest-Alpine Industries is convinced that there is significant potential in South Africa for the conversion of iron-ore fines into much-sought-after hot briquetted iron (HBI), and is optimistic that the Finmet technology of VAI might find... 

Anglo still at home in SA

14th March 2003 It’s the perennial question and one, it seems, that will never leave Anglo American: when will it truly diversify away from South Africa? 

Construction firm makes BEE a priority for 2003

14th March 2003 South African construction group Grinaker-LTA is optimistic about prospects for the construction sector in South Africa, but admits that black empowerment will be a key challenge, particularly if it hopes to win State contracts. 

Austrian group punts iron technology in SA

14th March 2003 Austrian industrial services and technology company Voest-Alpine Industries is convinced that there is significant potential in South Africa for the conversion of iron-ore fines into much-sought-after hot briquetted iron (HBI), and is optimistic that the Finmet technology of VAI might find... 

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