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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

12 more Hawks definitely on the way

9th April 2002 Cabinet has confirmed its commitment to proceed with the second procurement tranche in its multibillion-rand arms re-equipping programme, Trade and Industry Minister Alec Erwin revealed yesterday. 

Engineering privatisation being reviewed

22nd March 2002 The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) and Eskom Enterprises (EE) are reviewing the necessity of involving a strategic equity partner (SEP) in State-owned engineering group Rotek Industries, following substantial changes in the viability of the organisation. 

Resources firm prepares for nickel and PGM projects

15th March 2002 In spite of a seriously stretched balance sheet, South African resources company Anglovaal Mining (Avmin) is set to continue its strategy of developing modern, mechanised mines with plans for two new projects progressing well. 

Nuclear project catches world's attention

15th March 2002 The lead investor in South Africa’s nuclear-power initiative, known as the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor (PBMR), reveals that worldwide interest has grown to such an extent that additional investors may be brought into the project in due course. 

Mining giant’s faith in SA grows afresh

14th March 2002 The world’s third-largest mining company, Anglo American, is pursuing a suite of growth projects worth $5-billion, revealing, too, that South Africa remains an attractive destination for mining investment. 

Competition looms in energy sector

8th March 2002 A third of power utility Eskom is to be broken off and is likely to be in the hands of domestic and foreign competitors by as early as 2003, opening the way for real competition in the South African generation sector for the first time in history. 

Legal review on Aussie rail access

1st March 2002 South Africa’s leading iron-ore producer, Kumba Resources, is in the process of garnering legal opinion whether or not it has access rights, under Western Australian law, to existing rail infrastructure in the Pilbara region of that country. 

US-Sacu FTA: the next step in trade relations?

1st March 2002 South Africa’s Minister of Trade and Industry Alec Erwin is expected to lead a Cabinet discussion on whether or not to pursue a possible free-trade agreement (FTA) with the world’s largest economy – a move which is seen by the US as the logical next step in trade relations. 

Industrial policy symposium set for April

1st March 2002 The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will convene its first policy symposium in April where trade and industrial policy matters will be discussed in a bid to broaden the policymaking processes. 

Demand grows for electronic detonators

1st March 2002 South Africa’s leading explosives manufacturer, African Explosives Limited (AEL), is optimistic that demand will continue to firm for its electronic detonators, reporting strong growth in Africa for the product as well as increasing interest from the rest of the world. 

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