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Khato Civils opens new head office in South Africa 

By: Anine Kilian     8th December 2017 South African construction and engineering company Khato Civils on Friday unveiled its official headquarters, located in Samrand, Gauteng. Speaking at the launch, Khato Civils chairperson Simbi Phiri noted that the company has expanded its operations to Botswana, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Ghana and... 

Khato Civils opens new head office in South Africa
Khato Civils chairperson Simbi Phiri discusses the company's growth prospects in Africa. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

Cabinet approves long-awaited IRP update 

     8th December 2017 Creamer Media’s Samantha Herbst talks to Engineering News editor Terence Creamer about the newly approved IRP and what this means for South Africa’s energy mix. 

Cabinet approves long-awaited IRP update
Cabinet approves long-awaited IRP update

On-The-Air (08/12/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     8th December 2017 South Africa’s foremost mining CEO this week warned of more job carnage unless the country can attract foreign direct investment; and South African mining companies are making sure that the mines they sell go into good hands. 

On-The-Air (08/12/2017)
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Liquid carton recycling plant brings new, high-quality stream of fibre 

     7th December 2017 In response to an increasing global call to recycle a growing number of materials, an investment of R46-million has been made by paper and plastics packaging company Mpact into a new recycling facility. Dylan Slater tells us more. 

Liquid carton recycling plant brings new, high-quality stream of fibre
Liquid carton recycling plant brings new, high-quality stream of fibre

Second Norway-South Africa Science Week to stimulate oceans science and economy 

By: Schalk Burger     1st December 2017 The second Norway-South Africa Science Week will provide a platform for scientists, researchers, civil servants and business people from both countries to share best practices and policies to promote the sustainable use of ocean resources. Norwegian ambassador to South Africa, Botswana,... 

Second Norway-South Africa Science Week to stimulate oceans science and economy
Norway Ambassador to South Africa, Botswana, Madagascar and Nambiia Trine Skymoen discusses the upcoming Norway-South Africa science week. Video and editing: Nicholas Boyd.

On-The-Air (01/12/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     1st December 2017 A top French company flew into South Africa this week to herald a new technology era for mining; Australian mining company South32 will begin spending R4.3-billion this month on a life extension coal project in Mpumalanga; and The Australians this week came up with an earlier-than-expected... 

On-The-Air (01/12/2017)
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Unfiltered air shortens air compressors’ life span 

By: Victor Moolman     1st December 2017 With many industrial air compressors being used in dusty conditions, the lack of proper filtration of incoming air can shorten the life span of the compressors by 75% to 80%, says specialised engineering company RTS Africa Engineering MD Ian Fraser. “Air compressors used in industries are, for... 

Unfiltered air shortens air compressors’ life span
RTS Africa Engineering MD Ian Fraser explains how spin filters work. Camerawork and Editing: Nicholas Boyd.

South Zambezi delivers Engineering services: for Africa by Africans 

By: Tracy Hancock     1st December 2017 South Zambezi corporate director Sikanyisiwe Phiri and Makoko Makgonye discuss its role in developing Africa 

South Zambezi delivers Engineering services: for Africa by Africans
South Zambezi corporate director Sikanyisiwe Phiri and Makoko Makgonye discuss its role in developing Africa. Camerawork and Editing: Nicholas Boyd.

FLSmidth launches new, modular Reflux Classifier plant 

     30th November 2017 Minerals and cement industry equipment and services supplier FLSmidth has officially launched its modular Reflux Classifier plant, which is suitable for fines gravity separation applications. Mia Breytenbach has the details. 

FLSmidth launches new, modular Reflux Classifier plant
FLSmidth launches new, modular Reflux Classifier plant

South Africa assesses battery energy storage prospects 

     29th November 2017 Creamer Media’s Samantha Herbst talks to Engineering News editor Terence Creamer about the future of battery energy storage in South Africa. 

South Africa assesses battery energy storage prospects
South Africa assesses battery energy storage prospects

On-The-Air (24/11/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     24th November 2017 Turning mine dump sand into gold received a major boost this week when Sibanye and DRDGold joined forces; Sasol this week announced a new growth strategy that shuns its pioneering technologies of turning coal into petrol and gas into diesel; Gold Fields this week became the second mining company... 

On-The-Air (24/11/2017)
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Here is why CR17 is not ahead in ANC leadership race 

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     24th November 2017 In a matter of weeks, the African National Congress (ANC) will elect its fourteenth president. Depending on who or what section of the media one believes, it is either Cyril Ramaohosa (CR17 to his supporters) or Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (NDZ) who is, as they say, ‘miles ahead’. This is not... 

Here is why CR17 is not ahead in ANC leadership race
Aubrey Matshiqi discusses why why CR17 is not ahead in ANC leadership race. (Camera & editing: Nicholas Boyd)

Robben Island inaugurates solar PV microgrid  

     23rd November 2017 Robben Island, a World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town has gone green with the installation of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid. Mia Breytenbach has the details. 

Robben Island inaugurates solar PV microgrid
Robben Island inaugurates solar PV microgrid

What is next for Zimbabwe? 

     23rd November 2017 As Zimbabwe enters the post-Mugabe era, Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Martin Zhuwakinyu tells Creamer Media’s Chanel de Bruyn more about Zimbabwe’s new interim President Emmerson Mnangagwa and what changes he may implement to reignite economic growth in the country. 

What is next for Zimbabwe?
What is next for Zimbabwe?

On-The-Air (17/11/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     17th November 2017 Tin mining is back with a bang as two companies rake in money for two new tin-mining projects; Australians have once again caught South Africans napping by initiating a big new mineral exploration programme in the Northern Cape; and The State mining company of the Democratic Republic of Congo is... 

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SKA site doubles as environmental observatory 

     16th November 2017 Creamer Media’s Samantha Herbst talks to senior journalist Keith Campbell about the Integrated Environmental Management Plan for Phase 1 of the Square Kilometre Array. 

SKA site doubles as environmental observatory
SKA site doubles as environmental observatory

Lanseria International Airport launches new control tower complex 

     16th November 2017 A new control tower and fire station complex was recently opened at Lanseria International Airport.  

Lanseria International Airport launches new control tower complex
Lanseria International Airport launches new control tower complex

On-The-Air (10/11/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     10th November 2017 South Africa’s loss of the top global ferrochrome spot to China has been self-inflicted; New funding for the Wits Mining Institute is giving mining a big Fourth Industrial Revolution boost; and Pounding the streets of Perth, Toronto and London is paying off for South Africans in desperate need of... 

On-The-Air (10/11/2017)
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Plans to turn SAA around 

     10th November 2017 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about discussions between South African Airways’ new CEO and board of directors, as well as Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, regarding the recently announced R10-billion bailout for the airline and its latest... 

Plans to turn SAA around
Plans to turn SAA around

Upcoming energy event to showcase African project opportunities  

By: Simone Liedtke     10th November 2017 A key focus point of the African Energy Indaba (AEI) – which celebrates its ten-year milestone next year – is to provide access to project opportunities across the African continent. 

Upcoming energy event to showcase African project opportunities
Africa Energy Indaba (AEI) MD Liz Hart, AEI chairperson Brian Statham and South African Electrotechnical Export Council CEO Chiboni Evans discuss the AEI next year. Camera: Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Lionel da Silva.

Exxaro, Transnet sign coal export transportation agreement 

     9th November 2017 From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report. Sashnee Moodley: Exxaro Resources has signed a ten-year coal export transportation agreement with Transnet, which will increase coal volumes from the Limpopo-based Waterberg region to the Richards Bay Coal Terminal, in... 

Exxaro, Transnet sign coal export transportation agreement
Exxaro, Transnet sign coal export transportation agreement

New SAA leadership team promises to take airline ‘back from the brink’ 

By: Terence Creamer     7th November 2017 Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has promised that there will be a clear delineation of the roles between the shareholder, the board and the CEO at embattled national carrier South African Airways (SAA), following the constitution of the new board on November 3 and the appointment of Vuyani Jarana... 

New SAA leadership team promises to take airline ‘back from the brink’
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on how the R10-billion capital injection will be paid to SAA. Camera Work: Duane Daws. Editing: Lionel da Silva.

On-The-Air (03/11/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     3rd November 2017 One of South Africa’s largest and foremost black-controlled companies is spending R20-billion in Limpopo and Mpumalanga on coal-mining projects; Africa is streaking ahead of South Africa in the race to build the world’s most automated mines; and Unchallenged illegal mining has brought the... 

On-The-Air (03/11/2017)
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Complete heavy-vehicle service station concept created through partnership 

     2nd November 2017 Oil and gas multinational ExxonMobil and tyre multinational Michelin Tyre Company, teamed up with local truck service and wheel alignment enterprise Laser Fast to create a truck stop where the vehicles are checked, serviced and wheels aligned while drivers rest. Schalk Burger has the story. 

Complete heavy-vehicle service station concept created through partnership
Complete heavy-vehicle service station concept created through partnership

Transnet seeks to navigate State Capture allegations, economic storms 

     2nd November 2017 Creamer Media’s Samantha Herbst talks to Engineering News editor Terence Creamer about Transnet’s new 4.0 strategy and how it intends to deal with State Capture allegations. 

Transnet seeks to navigate State Capture allegations, economic storms
Transnet seeks to navigate State Capture allegations, economic storms

SAB invests millions in black-owned SMMEs 

By: Anine Kilian     1st November 2017 Multinational beverage and brewing company Anheuser-Busch (AB) InBev subsidiary South African Breweries (SAB) has invested more than R200-million into creating an inclusive supply chain which incorporates black-owned and black women-owned small, medium-sized and microenterprises (SMMEs) through... 

SAB invests millions in black-owned SMMEs
SAB President Ricardo Tadeu talks to Engineering News online about SAB's entrepreneurship programmes. Video and Video editing: Darlene Creamer 1.11.2017

Transnet looking abroad for growth as it again pares back South Africa capex 

By: Terence Creamer     30th October 2017 State-owned freight logistics group Transnet continues to pare back its investment portfolio in the South African, which is expected to grow by less than 1% in 2017. The group, which operates rail, port and pipelines businesses, expects to invest R229.2-billion over the coming seven years,... 

Transnet looking abroad for growth as it again pares back South Africa capex
Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama outlines how the utility is dealing with ongoing allegations of State Capture and corruption. Recorded: 30.10.2017. Camera Work & Editing: Nicholas Boyd

On-The-Air (27/10/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     27th October 2017 South Africa’s foremost mining leader – Mxolisi Mgojo – this week called for a collective national vision to re-energise the stagnating South African economy; Big Type II diamonds that have been buried deep in the earth of billions of years are popping up to the surface and fetching as much as... 

On-The-Air (27/10/2017)
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Bloodhound makes successful 200 mph run in the UK  

By: Irma Venter     26th October 2017 “We came to show the world Bloodhound is go,” says Bloodhound supersonic car (SCC) driver Andy Green. The Bloodhound on Thursday proved to be top dog as it successfully concluded its first official run, stretching its legs at 200 mph (322 km/h) on the Newquay Airport runway, in Cornwall, in the... 

Bloodhound makes successful 200 mph run in the UK
The Bloodhound supersonic car on its first run in the UK, travelling from zero to 200 mph.

Highlights from the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement 

     26th October 2017 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the fiscal and economic challenges set out by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in his maiden Medium-Term Budget Policy address. 

Highlights from the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement
Highlights from the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement

Training college sees intake of more than 600 students 

     26th October 2017 Artisan training facility, the Colliery Training College has seen a significant number of students registering for trade and mining qualifications. Nadine James tells us more. 

Training college sees intake of more than 600 students
Training college sees intake of more than 600 students

On-The-Air (20/10/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     20th October 2017 Young black diamond cutters and polishers are hitting the high spots with amazing performances; Huge concern is building up over the lack of mineral exploration in South Africa and its threat to the future of the South African mining industry; and South Africa’s only known diamond explorer is... 

On-The-Air (20/10/2017)
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New labelling system introduced for HDPE PE100 stub ends in SA 

By: Victor Moolman     20th October 2017 Thermoplastic piping company Plasti-Tech is supplying high-density polyethylene (HDPE PE100) stub ends, which have been labelled using a Lynx laser printer using invisible laser-radiation. “The significance of labelling the stub ends using the Lynx laser machine is that the manufacture, size and... 

New labelling system introduced for HDPE PE100 stub ends in SA
Plasti-tech managing member Brad Chamont explains what the new laser engraving is and why it is important in the industry. Camerawork: Victor Moolman. Editing: Lionel da Silva

KPMG scandal could be the tip of the iceberg 

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     20th October 2017 The KPMG scandal is an example of what happens when accounting meets the profit imperative. It is also an example of what happens when the profit motive, accounting and politics meet. That said, I am happy that members of Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) are not as... 

KPMG scandal  could be the tip  of the iceberg
Aubrey Matshiqi discusses the KPMG scandal. (Camera & editing: Darlene Creamer)

Steel and Vanadium complex finds new life as industrial park 

     19th October 2017 A closed steel complex in Mpumalanga is finding new vigour as an industrial park, by focusing on providing key facilities for specialist services companies. 

Steel and Vanadium complex finds new life as industrial park
Steel and Vanadium complex finds new life as industrial park

What the Cabinet reshuffle means for the electricity supply industry 

     19th October 2017 Creamer Media’s Samantha Herbst talks to Engineering News editor Terence Creamer about the appointment of David Mahlobo as the new Energy Minister. 

What the Cabinet reshuffle means for the electricity supply industry
What the Cabinet reshuffle means for the electricity supply industry

On-The-Air (13/10/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     13th October 2017 Australia is leading the way in agromining – and now South Africa is being prodded to engage in hot pursuit; This week’s general election in Liberia will have a strong bearing on the country getting its first diamond mine; and South Africa’s R20-billion Swaziland rail link is being prepared for... 

On-The-Air (13/10/2017)
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Eskom’s credibility, sustainability challenges 

     12th October 2017 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the leadership, credibility and sustainability challenges facing State-owned Eskom. 

Eskom’s credibility, sustainability challenges
Eskom’s credibility, sustainability challenges
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