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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

Business to have role at next US-Sacu trade meeting

15th August 2003 The private sector and other political and social stakeholders from the US and Southern Africa are set to be included in the next round of meetings designed to progress a proposed US-Southern African Customs Union (Sacu) free-trade agreement (FTA). 

We do have the technical skills for deep-level projects - Bristow

13th August 2003 Gold-miner and explorer Randgold Resources has strongly rejected suggestions that it does not possess the requisite expertise to advance deep-level projects such as the proposed Obuasi Deeps, which has emerged as key in Ashanti merger bids by both it and the far-larger South African gold company... 

Spoornet elated by State’s decision to inject capital

8th August 2003 South Africa’s rail utility, Spoornet, is elated by news that government, its sole shareholder through holding company Transnet, plans to inject between R2- and R3-billion into the business over the next few years. 

Business to be included in next US-Sacu trade-talks session

7th August 2003 The private sector and other political and social stakeholders from the US and Southern Africa are set to be included in the next round of meetings designed to progress a proposed US-Southern African Customs Union (Sacu) free-trade agreement (FTA). 

State set to inject capital into State Enterprises to boost logistics performance

4th August 2003 The South African government – criticised for nearly a decade for under-investing in road, rail and harbour infrastructure – is putting the final touches to a far-reaching logistic-improvement programme designed to keep pace with export-led demand. 

R1,2bn TauTona project gets the nod

1st August 2003 South Africa’s leading gold producer, AngloGold, is to proceed with a R1,2-billion project at its TauTona mine, which will deliver 1,8-million additional ounces over the next ten years. 

Godsell hopes for Ashanti clarity by September

1st August 2003 Africa’s leading gold miner, AngloGold, is hoping to receive clarity by mid-September about the status of its bid for another African gold giant, Ashanti Goldfields of Ghana. 

DBSA mandate may be extended beyond infrastructure

25th July 2003 Government has requested the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) to consider an extension of its mandate to new areas in a bid to close any development-finance gaps that may exist locally, as well as to support institutions that are struggling to meet their mandates. 

North West review is about avoiding closure – DRD

25th July 2003 Gold-miner Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) will not consider any bids for its struggling operations in the North West Province of South Africa until the 60-day review, which began three days ago, has been completed. 

Gold miners prepare new report against Iscor

23rd July 2003 Lawyers acting for gold miners Harmony and Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) in their Competition Commission action against steel producer Iscor are preparing a supplementary report into the impact of Iscor's steel pricing policy on various sectors of South African industry. 

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