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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

Full iron-ore consolidation unlikely for now

29th August 2003 South African mining company Kumba Resource has, for now, accepted defeat on its proposal for a full corporate consolidation of the iron-ore resources in the Northern Cape by entering into heads of agreement with Assmang to pursue the potential for exchanges of reserves. 

Logistics last hurdle for market-coke project

29th August 2003 South African steel producer Iscor is hoping to make a final decision on a R1-billion market-coke project by the end of the year, but it first needs to conclude a deal on rail tariffs. 

Why M&R turned down Coega smelter work

29th August 2003 South African construction company Murray & Roberts turned down the opportunity to participate in the construction of the proposed $2,2-billion Pechiney aluminium smelter in the Eastern Cape because it did not want to have to operate the contract under French law. 

Private participation in Transnet unavoidable - Khumalo

27th August 2003 State-owned transport and logistics group Transnet has submitted a ‘restructuring plan’ to the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), which it hopes will open the way for a realignment of the corporation, and includes the option for greater private-sector participation in key... 

Transnet-RBCT clear way for terminal expansion

27th August 2003 Transnet CE Mafika Mkwanazi yesterday confirmed that all hurdles had been cleared for the expansion of the privately-owned Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) in Kwazulu-Natal to 82-million t/y. 

Spoornet eagerly awaiting details of govt capital injection

25th August 2003 The newly-appointed head of South Africa’s rail utility, Dolly Mokgatle, is eagerly awaiting final details of a proposed R2- to R3-billion capital injection from government into the organisation. 

Sweating the assets

22nd August 2003 The newly-appointed head of South Africa’s rail utility, Dolly Mokgatle, is eagerly awaiting final details of a proposed R2- to R3-billion capital injection from government into the organisation. 

Two-company N Cape iron-ore model wins the day

22nd August 2003 South African mining company Kumba Resource appears to have accepted defeat on its proposal for a full corporate consolidation of the iron-ore resources in the Northern Cape and has entered into heads of agreement with Assmang to pursue the potential for exchanges of reserves. 

Kumba hopeful of RBCT breakthrough

22nd August 2003 The long-running saga relating to the 10-million t expansion of the Richard Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT) in Kwazulu-Natal appears finally to be making headway. 

Iscor moves to clear way for market-coke project

21st August 2003 South African steel producer Iscor confirmed yesterday that it was hoping to make a final decision on a R1-billion market-coke project by the end of the year. 

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