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Skyriders saves the day at silo inspection for Delmas colliery

22nd October 2018 A combination of rope access and the use of an Elios collision-tolerant drone allowed a prominent colliery near Delmas in Mpumalanga to complete a routine silo inspection in record time, not only minimising downtime, but ensuring the health and safety of all involved in the fast-track project.... 

Rope access, drone combo for Tsumeb Namibia maintenance project

28th May 2018 Skyriders has carried out routine inspections of two smokestacks and one cooling tower using a highly successfully combination of rope access and Remotely-Piloted Air System (RPAS) drones for client Dundee Precious Metals at the Tsumeb Namibia mining operation. The drones completed a general... 

Rope specialist introduces drones to NDT at Eskom

18th May 2018 Rope access specialist Skyriders has introduced the collision-tolerant Elios drones to its nondestructive (NDT) testing offering, and has started using them at State-owned power utility Eskom. The drones are part of Skyriders’ turnkey solution offering that improves the efficiency of the NDT and... 

First use of drone for inspection in Namibia

11th May 2018 Rope access specialist Skyriders has used a drone to undertake inspection for an undisclosed mining company on its operation in Namibia, marking it the company’s first use of a drone in this regard for an African country outside of South Africa. Skyriders marketing manager Mike Zinn informs... 
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Optimism in South Africa's economic recovery fading – IMF

South Africa's economic recovery plans face serious constraints with growing debt of state firms domestically and capital outflows as a result of global trade tensions, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday. "Some of the initial optimism has dissipated as growth remains stuck in... 

Jewel City development project marks sod turning milestone

The Jewel City development project in Johannesburg is coming to life, with the first sod turned on Monday and further development plans for the inner-city precinct unveiled. The sod-turning was attended by Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba and Sigma Capital executive chairperson Phuti Mahanyele. 
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