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African projects require integrated delivery models

23rd February 2018 The integrated delivery model is the best means of realising complex, multidisciplinary projects in Africa timeously, says AECOM Civil infrastructure MD Darrin Green. This is primarily because the market in Africa is less mature and project developers frequently have to deal with challenges when... 

US Army Corps of Engineers selects third-party contractor to complete Pebble EIA

6th February 2018 The TSX-listed equity of copper/gold project proponent Northern Dynasty Minerals gained about 11% on Tuesday, after the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced that it had appointed a third-party contractor to undertake an environmental-impact assessment for the controversial Pebble project,... 

Dunnottar train manufacturing complex project, South Africa

26th January 2018 Gibela has initiated manufacturing trials of the first locally made train car at the Gibela train factory. 

China's Belt and Road initiative the future of global collaboration

25th January 2018 China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) which seeks to build structural linkages and cooperation between countries has been held up as a model of global collaboration. Initially set up as a framework for cooperation between Eurasian countries, the BRI is being hailed as being perfectly in sync... 
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NUM says members not paid at Gupta-owned Optimum mine

The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said on Friday that its members had not been paid on time at the Optimum coal mine, which is owned by the Gupta family, and would not return to work at the operation which has started business rescue proceedings. "The guys were not paid and they want a... 

Jasco acquires Ramm Technologies stake to bolster technology offering

JSE-listed Jasco Electronics has acquired a 51% stake in Ramm Technologies for R30.6-million in a deal that will allow it entry into asset-tracking markets through Internet of Things (IoT) platforms, as well as provide further growth in new sectors and several cross-selling opportunities. Ramm,... 
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