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Amplats launches new Chrome Recovery Plant 

     23rd February 2017 Anglo American Platinum launched its newly commissioned chrome recovery plant earlier in January at its Thabazimbi-based Amandelbult complex in Limpopo.  

Eastgate Shopping Centre wins Saisc Award 2016

By: Simone Liedtke     18th November 2016 The group of companies responsible for the multimillion-rand refurbishment of Eastgate Shopping Centre, in Bedfordview, were named as overall winners at the 2016 South African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC) Steel Awards. 

Eastgate Shopping Centre wins Saisc Award 2016
EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTRE The refurbishment project, completed last month, received the award from SAISC

Investments required for positive growth

By: Simone Liedtke     18th November 2016 With the world markets still suffering the after-effects of maladministered and unsustainable macroeconomic policies, there is not much appetite for large capital projects in South Africa. But economic growth will start only once people are investing, which does not happen without a positive... 

Investments required for positive growth
HYDRA ARC Offshore capital investment will reignite the mining industry and new independent power producer projects

Survival of steel construction industry top priority

By: Simone Liedtke     18th November 2016 This year, the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction’s (Saisc’s) focus has been on ensuring that steelwork is sourced locally to save the local steel industry. 

Survival of steel construction industry top priority
2016 STEEL AWARDS The yearly Saisc Steel Awards provide an excellent platform for members to network

Welding shares steel industry standards

     18th November 2016 The quality and standards of welding are critical to the quality and standards of the steel construction industry owing to the role welding plays in joining the steel sections together in the creation of a steel structure, says the Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW). 

Welding shares steel industry standards
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING From the left, Wijnberger from In2Structure with Mthebula and Michelle Warmback from In2Structure

Enamel steel cladding supplied to new ATC tower

By: Victor Moolman     12th August 2016 South Africa-based Vitrex’s vitreous enamel steel cladding has been used at the new air traffic control (ATC) tower in Muscat, in Oman, and can withstand the corrosive, abrasive and high saline coastal conditions. 

Enamel steel cladding  supplied to new ATC tower
OMAN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER The new air traffic control tower, in Oman, has been cladded with vitreous enamel steel cladding

Deep Space Industries joins race to mine asteroids

By: Henry Lazenby     10th August 2016 Deep Space Industries (DSI) has entered the race to launch spacecraft that will identify and mine near-earth asteroids, in the hope of establishing a new space economy. The California-based company on Tuesday announced plans to fly the world’s first commercial interplanetary mining mission. Its... 

Deep Space Industries joins race to mine asteroids
Photo by Bryan Versteeg/Deep Space Industries
A conceptual image of Deep Space Industries' Prospector X prototype satelite

Steel exporter adapts for changing steel landscape

By: Victor Moolman     1st July 2016 Owing to the global economic downturn, and tough and volatile trading conditions, steel distributor Building System Integration (BSi) Steel has continually adapted and modified its handling of the supply of steel products, to meet the demand in the sub-Saharan African markets. 

Community reception to be held for Modi’s arrival in South Africa

By: Anine Kilian     17th June 2016 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake his first State visit to South Africa next month and is expected to address a reception hosted by a volunteer-based organisation comprising cultural groups and expatriate Indians – SAWelcomesModi – bringing together one of the oldest Indian... 

Community reception to be held for Modi’s arrival in South Africa
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Trellidor acquires stakes in two companies for R147m

By: Anine Kilian     6th June 2016 JSE-listed security barrier system specialist Trellidor has acquired a 92.5% stake in each of blind manufacturer Taylor Blinds and Shutters and moulding distributor NMC for a combined R147-million.   Trellidor CEO Terry Dennison said a major reason for the company’s listing in October last year... 

Moody’s assigns Barloworld new global scale ratings

By: Anine Kilian     3rd June 2016 Ratings agency Moody’s Investors Services has assigned Barloworld first time long-term and short-term issuer global scale ratings of Baa3 and P-3 and long-term and short-term national scale ratings of Aa3.za and P-1.za on Friday. The outlook on the ratings was stable.   Moody’s said the rating... 

Locally manufactured hardness tester offers more, costs less

By: Dylan Slater     29th April 2016 Centurion-based testing-device manufacturer Anjo Hardness Testers launched its portable hardness tester the Kompakt Brinell Portable last month. It is cheaper than and offers several advancements, compared with competitor products (all of which are imported) offered locally.  

Locally manufactured hardness tester offers more, costs less
PORTABLE HARDNESS TESTER The Kompakt Brinell Portable offers hassle-free operation, with improved accuracy and faster cycles

Lily mine enters business rescue, Solidarity reacts to move

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th April 2016 Gold miner Vantage Goldfields, which operates the Mpumalanga-based Lily mine where three miners have been trapped underground since February 4, has announced that its subsidiary MIMCO, which owns the mine, officially entered business rescue on Thursday. In a statement released on Thursday, the... 

Lily mine enters business rescue, Solidarity reacts to move

Tesla secures 180 000 orders for new EV in 24 hrs, drives auto sector demand for lithium 

By: Henry Lazenby     1st April 2016 Twenty-four hours after launching, US electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla Motors has secured more than 180 000 orders for its new Model 3 vehicle, making it the biggest driver of potential lithium demand from the auto sector to date. By Friday afternoon, that figure had risen to above 198 000... 

Tesla secures 180 000 orders for new EV in 24 hrs, drives auto sector demand for lithium
Photo by Reuters
Tesla Model 3

Salga, auditors body sign MoU

By: Anine Kilian     23rd March 2016 The South African Local Government Association (Salga) and the Institute of Internal Auditors – South Africa (IIA SA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide South Africa’s municipalities access to standardised norms and methods of internal auditing, to help them achieve sound... 

Salga, auditors body sign MoU
SALGA CEO Xolile George and IIA CEO Claudelle von Eck

Creamer Media publishes Steel 2016: A review of South Africa's steel sector research report

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th March 2016 Creamer Media’s Steel 2016 Report examines South Africa’s steel industry over the past 12 months. The report provides insight into the global steel market and and particularly into South South Africa’s steel sector, including production and consumption, main producers and a brief overview of the... 

Creamer Media publishes Steel 2016: A review of South Africa's steel sector research report

Insignificant number of women involved in science academies

By: Anine Kilian     29th February 2016 Female representation and participation in national science academies globally are insignificant, despite efforts to promote the role of women in science. The ‘Women for Science: Inclusion and Participation in Academies of Science’ report, which was supported by the Inter Academy Panel (IAP) and... 

Insignificant number of women involved in science academies
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