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Natasha Odendaal

Natasha Odendaal

Natasha Odendaal is Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Imminent global water shortfall can be managed through partnerships

22nd March 2019 The world has just over one decade to resolve the ever-diminishing supply of water or face a 40% shortfall and demand management is the fastest, cheapest strategy to get started on resolving the challenge. One year after the release of a World Bank study that showed that maintaining a... 

Localisation seen as key to stimulating struggling capital equipment sector

22nd March 2019 The growth of the capital equipment sector, and the manufacturing sector in general, is being stifled by South Africa’s heavy reliance on imports, and its inability to deliver on its localisation promises. The manufacturing sector has the potential to significantly accelerate South Africa’s... 

Localisation seen as key to stimulating struggling capital equipment sector

22nd March 2019 The growth of the capital equipment sector, and the manufacturing sector in general, is being stifled by South Africa’s heavy reliance on imports, and its inability to deliver on its localisation promises. The manufacturing sector has the potential to significantly accelerate South Africa’s... 

MTN targets fintech, digital as it seeks to increase revenue

22nd March 2019 JSE-listed telecommunications giant MTN is seeking out a greater share of the financial technology (fintech) market as the group extends its Bright strategy to build MTN into a digital operator. Moving forward, a large focus for MTN will be on fintech, which includes Mobile Money (MoMo),... 

Google launches Womenwill initiative in South Africa

22nd March 2019 Google has launched 18 new Womenwill chapters across sub-Saharan Africa, including the first chapters to launch in South Africa, to start driving conversations promoting gender equality to the benefit of everyone. With 25 chapters now in Africa, and more to launch in the next few weeks, Google... 

Emmerson’s Morocco potash project a step closer to production

19th March 2019 The completion of the environmental baseline study has brought the Khemisset potash project, in Morocco, closer to production, with the study identifying no areas of concern that could impact on the scale, location, cost or profitability of the project. LSE-listed potash development company... 

Western Cape water levels hold steady

18th March 2019 While the average water levels of the Western Cape's dams have remained steady over the past two weeks, the drought is far from over, the Western Cape government warns. The average water level for all dams in the Western Cape currently stands at 39.8%, up from the 19.5% reported in the... 

WRC, DWS launch new satellite earth observation project

15th March 2019 The Water Research Commission (WRC), the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) and the Department of Science and Technology on Friday released a report showing the potential of a new project to monitor cyanobacteria blooms and eutrophication in South Africa's fresh waterbodies. The... 

Helios keeps sights on African growth as it makes SA market play

15th March 2019 As independent telecoms tower infrastructure company Helios Towers settles its entry into new markets, South Africa being the most recent, the group aims to continue its profitable growth path over the next year. Helios marked the start of 2019 with an entry into the South African market, through... 

Blue Label defends strategy amid market push-back

15th March 2019 Despite the drag that the acquisition of Cell C has had on Blue Label Telecoms in recent months, the JSE-listed group has indicated that it remains committed to its stated strategy of developing a vertically integrated business. Blue Label’s 45% acquisition of Cell C has been sending the former’s... 

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