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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

Three groups mull participation in PBMR

5th November 2002 Three potential investors from Europe and Asia are seriously considering equity participation in South Africa’s pebble-bed modular reactor (PBMR) project. 

R230m table-grape empowerment deal announced

1st November 2002 An innovative R230-million table-grape empowerment project is to be developed on 500 ha along the Orange River, near Upington in the Northern Cape. 

Steel giant offers R125/t for auto tooling fund

25th October 2002 South Africa’s leading steel company, Iscor, has offered to contribute R20-million a year towards the development of the secondary steel industry in South Africa as part of an innovative pricing proposal to the automotive industry. 

September PPI remains unchanged

24th October 2002 Statistics South Africa says the all-commodities Producer Price Index (PPI) for September remained unchanged from the previous month at 15,4%. 

State moves to accelerate ports restructuring

23rd October 2002 Government is moving to accelerate the restructuring of South Africa’s troubled ports, despite serious objections from organised labour. 

R230m table-grape empowerment deal

22nd October 2002 An innovative R230-million table-grape empowerment project is to be developed on 500 ha along the Orange River, near Upington in the Northern Cape. 

25% BEE involvement mooted for shaft-deepening project

22nd October 2002 South Africa’s third-largest gold producer, Harmony Gold, is close to making a decision on whether to proceed with the multi-million-rand Doornkop South Reef Project at Randfontein Estates in western Gauteng. 

Utility regulators form association

21st October 2002 An association of utility regulators was launched on Friday, in a bid to coordinate regulatory activities in key infrastructure sectors. 

Metals sector in growth phase

18th October 2002 South Africa’s metals and engineering sector is in a strong growth phase, with sales during the first half of 2002 showing growth of between 16% and 25%. 

Steel giant offers R125/t for auto tooling fund

17th October 2002 South Africa’s leading steel company, Iscor, has offered to contribute R20-million a year towards the development of the secondary steel industry in South Africa as part of an innovative pricing proposal to the automotive industry. 

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