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Ernest Guillaume Joubert

29th July 2005 Full name: Ernest Guillaume Joubert Position: CEO Peermont Global since founding November 1993 Main activity of the company: Peermont Global is an investment holding company in the hotel, gaming and leisure sector, which specialises in the design, development and operational management of hotel... 

Bigger than football

8th July 2005 Limpopo-Thuringen team up to share ideas on World Cup-linked transport issues 

Loco modernisation to deliver savings

8th July 2005 The locomotive modernisations manager of GE Transportation Rail, Rebecca Sidelinger, tells Engineering News, while visiting South Africa, that cost-effective solutions through modernisation will make a significant contribution to the state of rail in Africa. 

R25m plant to double firm's output volumes

8th July 2005 The official launch of Chryso SA’s new R25-million plant and South African head office facility in Jet Park will allow the company to double its current production volumes. 

Local research leads to low-cost eye implants

8th July 2005 A R9-million research and development project supported in part by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), has led to the local creation of orbital eye implants, which will be much more cost-effective than imported ones. 

New tyre brands make SA debut

1st July 2005 The world’s largest tyre company, Goodyear, introduced two new tyre brands to the South African market earlier this month. 

Urgent need to enlarge housing choices

1st July 2005 As the Premier of Gauteng Mbhazima Shilowa has highlighted, some of the key strategies for the province include the eradication of informal settlements and the building of sustainable settlements. 

Border delays stymie African trade

1st July 2005 Due to cross-border delays, transport costs in Africa are about four times higher than in the European Union, thus making Africa less globally competitive. 

R1bn glass investment for Gauteng

1st July 2005 Construction of a second float-glass production line at the PFG site in Springs, Gauteng, is expected to begin in October this year and is scheduled for commissioning in early 2007. 

Body probes roads complaint

1st July 2005 A complaint regarding the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) contract for the provision of a comprehensive engineering, topographical and cadastral service survey is currently being investigated by the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB). 

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