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PSG Wealth to move into Ingress development in Midrand  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th November 2018 JSE-listed property developer Attacq and wealth management firm PSG Wealth on Friday held a sodturning ceremony to officiate the development of the Ingress office park, in the Waterfall precinct, in Midrand. PSG will take up residency in a four-storey 4 376 m2 building, with the construction... 

PSG Wealth to move into Ingress development in Midrand
Attacq CEO Melt Hamman and PSG chairperson Willem Theron share details on the Ingress development in Midrand that will house PSG from August 2019. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

On-The-Air (16/11/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     16th November 2018 South Africans were this week given a first-hand view of China’s fast-growing use of fuel cells, which is great news for platinum. Wonderful news from the 116-year-old Cullinan Diamond Mine is that it still has another 50 years of mining left in it. South Africa’s forest products group Sappi... 

On-The-Air (16/11/2018)
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Allied Steelrode launches second stretcher leveller amid lacklustre environment 

15th November 2018 Allied Steelrode earlier this month launched its second stretcher leveller, a machine which helps to eliminate the stresses in steel, amid a somewhat lacklustre local business environment. Simone Liedtke, who attended the launch, tells us a bit more. 

Allied Steelrode launches second stretcher leveller amid lacklustre environment
Allied Steelrode launches second stretcher leveller amid lacklustre environment

SA needs to consider oil underinvestment, variable renewables implications 

14th November 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the possible implications for South Africa of a global underinvestment in oil production, as well as the growing need to introduce flexibility in power markets. 

SA needs to consider oil underinvestment, variable renewables implications
SA needs to consider oil underinvestment, variable renewables implications, says Terence Creamer

Telkom delivers strong H1, retrenchment, retirement costs cut earnings 

By: Natasha Odendaal     13th November 2018 Voluntary severance package (VSP) and voluntary early retirement package (VERP) costs have dragged down the earnings of JSE-listed Telkom during the first half of the year. Headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the six months ended September 30 declined by 3.3% to 288c apiece owing to a... 

Telkom delivers strong H1, retrenchment, retirement costs cut earnings
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko and CFO Tsholofelo Molefe discuss the groups financial results for the six months ended September 30. Video and video editing: Darlene Creamer 13.11.2018

Kubayi-Ngubane focuses on inclusivity, 4IR in discussions on STI White Paper 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th November 2018 The South African National System of Innovation (NSI) is not yet fully inclusive and, since 1996, South Africa’s innovation performance, which is measured in patents and products, has been relatively flat, Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane said on Friday.  

Kubayi-Ngubane focuses on inclusivity, 4IR in discussions on STI White Paper
Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane discusses the draft White Paper on Science, Technology and Innovation. Video and editing by Nicholas Boyd

On-The-Air (09/11/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     9th November 2018 The new head of AngloGold this week highlighted the company’s commitments to ongoing investment in South Africa. Anglo American this week committed itself to creating five non-mining jobs for every one mining job and supporting education from early childhood development to tertiary level. A... 

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Valve companies upgraded to Level 1 BBBEE status 

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     9th November 2018 Valve manufacturer Ainsworth Engineering and its sister company valve distributor United Valve Company (UVC) are under new ownership and have been upgraded to Level 1 broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) status. The initiative was funded by the Industrial Development Corporation and... 

Valve companies upgraded to Level 1 BBBEE status
Ainsworth Engineering and United Valves Company CEO Siyabonga Meyiwa and United Valves Company General Manager Ruben van Loggerenberg discuss the state of the valve industry and company developments. Camerawork and Editing: Nicholas Boyd.

Allied Steelrode launches second stretcher leveller to meet growing demand 

By: Simone Liedtke     8th November 2018 As a result of increasing demand for stretched and flattened steel, local steel supplier and processing company Allied Steelrode on Thursday launched a second stretcher leveller at its Midvaal-based facility for the production of Allied Steelrode Stretcher Material (ASSM). Having the stresses of... 

Allied Steelrode launches second stretcher leveller to meet growing demand
Allied Steelrode executive director Warne Rippon and group CE Arun Chadha speak to Engineering News Online about the company’s most recent purchase, a second stretcher leveler, as well as some of the company’s corporate social investments in the Midvaal area. Video & Editing: Nicholas Boyd

Rexroth HUBB launches to fully consolidate companies  

8th November 2018 The Rexroth HUBB, in Kempton Park, was officially inaugurated in October, with this 16 000 m2 central hub housing the Bosch Rexroth South Africa group of companies, formerly the Hytec Group. Tasneem Bulbulia tells us more. 

Rexroth HUBB launches to fully consolidate companies
Rexroth HUBB launches to fully consolidate companies

Is there a risk of load-shedding this summer? 

7th November 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about Eskom’s plant performance challenges, whether there is a risk of load-shedding and the importance of determining the future energy availability factor at Eskom’s coal-fired power plants. 

Is there a risk of load-shedding this summer?
Is there a risk of load-shedding this summer?

South African, French companies collaborate on sustainable cities 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     6th November 2018 While there has been an ongoing push for environment-friendly practices and reducing harmful greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions, in Africa, South Africa and France, growing urbanisation requires further efforts and an approach to engender sustainable cities for all citizens. This was outlined during... 

South African, French companies collaborate on sustainable cities
Business France trade development adviser Stefane Leny outlines the pioneer French-South Africa Sustainable City conference, its contribution to the countries’ bilateral relations, and the upcoming Pollutec event. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

New momentum for South Africa’s broadcasting digital migration 

2nd November 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Natasha Odendaal about the status of South Africa’s broadcasting digital migration plans and recent changes that have been announced to the delivery model for digital migration. 

New momentum for South Africa’s broadcasting digital migration
New momentum for South Africa’s broadcasting digital migration

On-The-Air (02/11/2018) 

2nd November 2018 A Russian rail company this week began the rollout of a R500-million railway investment in South Africa. The richest mining companies of the world are now intent on investing heavily to automate mining. Electric vehicles are being earmarked for use in underground mines to promote health and... 

On-The-Air (02/11/2018)
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ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet  

1st November 2018 Luxury aviation company ExecuJet last month officially launched and welcomed the Pilatus PC-24 to its fleet at the company’s private terminal at Cape Town International Airport. Simone Liedtke reports. 

ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet
ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet

On-The-Air (26/10/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     26th October 2018 South Africa is ahead of the world in the new race to develop innovative ‘power fuels’ that prevent climate change. An Australian company is selling its four big South African coal mines in Mpumalanga to new black owners. The Mandela Mining Precinct this week took its first steps towards the... 

On-The-Air (26/10/2018)
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MTBPS highlights 

25th October 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the main issues discussed by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni during his maiden Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement speech on Wednesday. 

MTBPS highlights
MTBPS highlights

Air Products launches centralised dissolved acetylene facility 

25th October 2018 Air Products has invested more than R90-million into a centrally located dissolved acetylene plant in Midvaal, and is decommissioning its two existing plants, located on Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal. Tasneem Bulbulia tells us more. 

Air Products launches centralised dissolved acetylene facility
Air Products launches centralised dissolved acetylene facility

Intermodal transport systems vital for growth in South Africa, SADC region 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     23rd October 2018 Intermodal transport systems are vital for economic growth and development in South Africa and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi said during a presentation at the fifth edition of the South Africa-Italy Summit/Indaba on... 

Intermodal transport systems vital for growth in South Africa, SADC region
Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi outlines the need for intermodal transport systems in South Africa and the rest of the Southern African Development Community region. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

SA and Italy seek to grow trade and investment partnerships 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     23rd October 2018 The fifth edition of the South Africa-Italy Summit/Indaba, held in Johannesburg on Tuesday, has emphasised the importance of bilateral trade relations and investment partnerships between the two countries. This year, trade between South Africa and Italy grew by 11% in the first seven months.... 

SA and Italy seek to grow trade and investment partnerships
Italian ambassador to South Africa Pietro Giovanni Donnici speaks about bilateral trade relationships between South Africa and Italy, and Gauteng province director general Phindile Baleni outlines the province’s contribution. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

This year marks new turning point for South African economy – economist 

By: Simone Liedtke     22nd October 2018 Despite South Africa having experienced subpar economic growth in the last decade, financial services firm Citibank economist Gina Schoeman believes this year has marked a new turning point for the country. While the country's gross domestic product (GDP) growth is expected to be only 0.8% this... 

This year marks new turning point for South African economy – economist
Citibank economist Gina Schoeman discusses the current state of South Africa's economy. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

Divercity invests R2bn in Absa Towers, Jewel City redevelopments as part of inner city rejuvenation 

18th October 2018 Divercity Urban Property Fund is investing R2-billion in two redevelopment projects – the Absa Towers Main building and Jewel City – in Johannesburg, as part of its strategy to create thriving mixed-use inner city precincts. Tasneem Bulbulia tells us more. 

Divercity invests R2bn in Absa Towers, Jewel City redevelopments as part of inner city rejuvenation
Divercity invests R2bn in Absa Towers, Jewel City redevelopments as part of inner city rejuvenation

Draft IRP comment deadline nears 

18th October 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the upcoming deadline for public comment on the draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), the main areas of contention and what Cabinet is likely to decide when deliberating on the final IRP. 

Draft IRP comment deadline nears
Draft IRP comment deadline nears

ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet 

By: Simone Liedtke     15th October 2018 Luxury aviation company ExecuJet on Monday welcomed the first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft in Africa to its premises at Lanseria International Airport, in Johannesburg. ExecuJet, which held a photo opportunity on Monday, is the first business aviation company in Africa to operate and manage a Pilatus... 

ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet
Aviation company ExecuJet on Monday welcomed the first Pilatus PC-24 in Africa, to its premises based at Lanseria International Airport, in Johannesburg. Simone Liedtke reports. Video filming and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

Entries for inaugural Factory of the Year competition to close on Oct 31 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     15th October 2018 A.T. Kearney has extended the entry deadline for the inaugural South African Factory of the Year competition to October 31. The event is aimed at boosting competitiveness in the country’s ailing manufacturing sector. 

Entries for inaugural Factory of the Year competition to close on Oct 31
A.T Kearney manager Mark Saunders discusses the advantages of bringing its Factory of the Year competition to South Africa Video: Nicholas Boyd; Editing: Christo Greyling.

On-The-Air (12/10/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     12th October 2018 The Mining Indaba this week pledged to give South Africa more access than ever to global investors who will be attending the upcoming international event. The government was this week urged to go all out to pull the struggling South African mining industry out of its unnecessary slump. South... 

On-The-Air (12/10/2018)
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Air Products launches centralised acetylene facility 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     11th October 2018 Air Products has invested more than R90-million into a centrally located dissolved acetylene facility in Midvaal and decommissioning its two existing plants in Kempton Park, in Gauteng, and Pinetown, in KwaZulu-Natal. The company officially unveiled the new central facility on Thursday. 

Air Products launches centralised acetylene facility
Air Products MD Rob Richardson details that company’s new dissolved acetylene facility in Midvaal, and Midvaal executive mayor Bongani Baloyi outlines the impact for the area. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

Cape vulture provides inspiration for homegrown vertical-axis wind turbine 

11th October 2018 A South African inventor has developed a new flexible wing, which he believes could have application in everything from wind energy and sailing to aviation and motoring. 

Cape vulture provides inspiration for homegrown vertical-axis wind turbine
Cape vulture provides inspiration for homegrown vertical-axis wind turbine

Divercity invests R2bn in Absa Towers, Jewel City redevelopments as part of inner city rejuvenation  

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     10th October 2018 Divercity Urban Property Fund is investing R2-billion in two redevelopment projects – the Absa Towers Main building and Jewel City – in Johannesburg, as part of its strategy to create thriving mixed-use inner city precincts. This investment is the largest into the Johannesburg central business... 

Divercity invests R2bn in Absa Towers, Jewel City redevelopments as part of inner city rejuvenation
Talis Property Fund chairman Tebogo Mogashoa outlines Divercity Urban Property Fund’s investment of R2-billion in the ABSA Towers Main building and Jewel City redevelopments for inner-city rejuvenation; and executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba emphasises the city’s support for these projects. Video: Nicholas Boyd: Editing: Christo Greyling

Was the Job Summit just a talk shop? 

9th October 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the outcomes of the Presidential Job Summit and how it fits into government’s bigger plan to get the economy on the right track again. 

Was the Job Summit just a talk shop?
Was the Job Summit just a talk shop?

On-The-Air (05/10/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     5th October 2018 Minerals Minister Gwede Mantashe this week made a strong call for price-hit platinum to be vigorously marketed; Desperately needed mineral exploration has received a major boost by being freed from regulatory red tape; and China is so impressed with South Africa’s mining investment codes that it... 

On-The-Air (05/10/2018)
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Detailed Jobs Summit package includes R100bn for black industrial firms  

By: Terence Creamer     4th October 2018 The detailed 84-page framework agreement unveiled by President Cyril Ramaphosa at the much-anticipated Jobs Summit on Thursday includes a reaffirmation of a commitment by the financial sector to invest R100-billion in black-owned industrial enterprises over the coming five years. Funding for... 

Detailed Jobs Summit package includes R100bn for black industrial firms
President Cyril Ramaphosa discusses the expected outcomes of the Jobs Summit and the importance of greater cooperation among social partners to grow the economy and create jobs. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

Mercedes-Benz unveils self-driving, electric, interchangeable van vision 

By: Irma Venter     4th October 2018 The future of the van is self-driving, electric and versatile, says Mercedes-Benz. The German manufacturer unveiled its Vision Urbanetic at the 2018 IAA Commercial Vehicle show in Germany last month. The envisaged new member of the Mercedes-Benz Vans family will be based on an all-electric... 

 Mercedes-Benz unveils self-driving, electric, interchangeable van vision
The Vision Urbanetic explained

Mobile laboratories use robots to teach children about sciences 

4th October 2018 The Inspired towards Science, Engineering and Technology, or I-Set, project, sponsored by petrochemicals company Sasol and facilitated by the University of South Africa, uses mobile laboratories and robotics kits to teach science to school children. Schalk Burger has the story. 

Mobile laboratories use robots to teach children about sciences
Mobile laboratories use robots to teach children about sciences

Coal-fired IPP projects in the firing line 

3rd October 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the pressure that is mounting on government to withdraw from two private coal-fired power stations projects. 

Coal-fired IPP projects in the firing line
Coal-fired IPP projects in the firing line

On-The-Air (28/09/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     28th September 2018 A China-backed South African mining company plans to build a rich metallurgical coal project in Limpopo province; Investment in South African mining was strongly promoted at this week’s Denver Gold Forum in the United States; and The government of Australia this week identified mining as the main... 

On-The-Air (28/09/2018)
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Highlights from AAD 2018 

27th September 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media's Senior Deputy Editor Rebecca Campbell about the highlights of this year’s Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition. 

Highlights from AAD 2018
Highlights from AAD 2018

Comsol, Samsung bring 5G communications to Soweto 

27th September 2018 As part of a pilot phase, enterprise-grade wireless infrastructure provider Comsol Networks and mobile, television & appliances giant Samsung South Africa partnered to launch fifth-generation communications in Soweto. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

Comsol, Samsung bring 5G communications to Soweto
Comsol, Samsung bring 5G communications to Soweto
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