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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

Platinum leader evaluates project portfolio

14th August 2002 The world’s leading platinum producer, Anglo Platinum (AngloPlat), was undertaking a 'complete strategic evaluation' of its expansion project portfolio, which was designed to lift its yearly production to 3,5-million ounces by 2006. 

New companies office has a strong private-sector influence

9th August 2002 The State has launched a new one-stop shop for company and intellectual property registration. 

Early start mooted for Richards Bay titanium furnace

9th August 2002 Australian titanium dioxide feedstock producer, Ticor, is confident that its first furnace at its Richards Bay project in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, will be up and running by the end of the year, three months ahead of schedule. 

Gilbertson calls for calm on mine charter

8th August 2002 The South African CE of the world’s largest diversified miner brought a semblance of objectivity to the row surrounding the proposed mining charter yesterday suggesting that the initiative could even provide opportunities. 

Iscor dismayed by monopoly-pricing allegations

7th August 2002 South Africa’s largest steel producer Iscor has reacted with dismay to allegations that it was acting in an anti-competitive manner by raising its prices, saying that such claims were misinformed. 

Organic growth to lift gold firm’s output 16%

6th August 2002 South African gold company Harmony – which has a reputation for acquiring and turning around mining assets – is now in a strong organic growth phase with several capital projects under way and a number of others under consideration. 

Gold miner to take steel firm to competition body

6th August 2002 Gold miner Harmony has confirmed that it plans to lodged an official complaint with the Competition Commission against what it viewed as anti-competitive behaviour by leading South African steel company Iscor. 

Study for electricity trading advances

2nd August 2002 It is anticipated that the Departments of Minerals and Energy and Public Enterprises will appoint a consultant during the course of August to study the appropriate market designed for electricity supply industry (ESI) trading arrangements in South Africa. 

Godsell calls for Codesa-approach to charter

1st August 2002 The head of South Africa’s largest gold producer, AngloGold, has called for a Codesa-like approach to talks on the South African government’s proposed charter on black empowerment in the mining sector. 

New agency to speed up company registration

31st July 2002 The State yesterday launched a new one-stop shop for company and intellectual property registration. 

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