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Companies urged to join the digital revolution

22nd September 2017 Companies have been advised to join the digital revolution, as innovations and technology start to change the nature of jobs and work in the rail and other industries. Siemens Mining and Freight Solutions global head Thomas Bieg told delegates to the International Heavy Haul Association (IHHA)... 

Don’t leave people behind as the pace of technology speeds up

22nd September 2017 It is crucial not to leave people behind amid the hurtling speed of changes in technology, Transnet Group CE Siyabonga Gama has warned. “The Fourth Industrial Revolution is going to create better jobs and new industries that have never been thought of. But this must transform the global economy... 

China Railway shares its experience in operating heavy haul trains

22nd September 2017 China’s national rail operator China Railway has outlined its experience in safety and technology tests in developing a 30 000 t heavy haul train, which passes through 13 cities on the country’s Daqin railway line. China Railway Transportation Bureau deputy director general Shen Ruiyuan said the... 

Heavy haul rail industry urged to improve efficiencies

22nd September 2017 The heavy haul industry should work hard to improve the efficiency of rail operations, cut costs of doing business and create internationally competitive supply chains, says Transnet Group CE Siyabonga Gama. He told delegates at the eleventh International Heavy Haul Association (IHHA) conference,... 

Revolutionary industrial changes set to shift the heavy haul industry

22nd September 2017 Heavy haul rail operators across the world have been urged to adapt to rapid advances in technology and improvements in cybersecurity. “The Fourth Industrial Revolution will change everything. The rise in technology will be profound, but it will also open up bridges for us,” World Economic Forum... 

World’s largest museum dedicated to African art opens in Cape Town this week

18th September 2017 The world’s largest museum dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora has been unveiled at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, and will officially open its doors to the public on Friday. The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) is the V&A Waterfront’s R500-million... 

Big interest in Cape Town water supply tender

15th September 2017 Companies have expressed a resounding interest in the City of Cape Town’s call to boost its dwindling water supply. In a media release published Thursday, the City of Cape Town noted that tender specifications for procuring and commissioning various water augmentation schemes have been downloaded... 

Recycling wastewater an option to counter water scarcity

15th September 2017 Recycling sewage into potable, drinking water is an extensive and complicated process, but it could be part of the solution for water-scarce South Africa in future. The issue has come into the spotlight since the World Health Organisation (WHO) published its ‘Potable Reuse Guidance for producing... 

Experts unpack their experience in desalination solutions

15th September 2017 Water experts offered their experience and insight, at the recent Water Desalination Symposium Africa 2017, into building and operating desalination plants in South Africa, with some saying the real cost of desalinated water has worked out to between R7/m3 and R10/m3.  The price excludes finance... 

Cape Town unveils plans to mitigate impending water crisis

15th September 2017 Emergency contingency plans to roll out temporary desalination plants, drastically tighten water restrictions and draw water from groundwater sources are likely to take hold in Cape Town soon in a bid to prevent the city from running out of water. “The strategic intent is to drive down water... 

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