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On-The-Air (13/07/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     13th July 2018 Platinum jewellery sales are heading for a very good year, the global platinum promoter, Platinum Guild International, reported this week. The World Platinum Investment Corporation this week launched a range of platinum investment products in China to boost South Africa’s struggling platinum... 

On-The-Air (13/07/2018)
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SAA CEO gives assurances on plans to secure the airline’s future 

12th July 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Senior Deputy Editor Rebecca Campbell about assurances given by South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana to trade union Solidarity and the general public about plans to secure the airline’s future. 

SAA CEO gives assurances on plans to secure the airline’s future
SAA CEO gives assurances on plans to secure the airline’s future

Industrial clothing company opens showroom to get closer to end-users 

12th July 2018 Industrial garment manufacturer Sweet-Orr has opened a showroom near the OR Tambo International Airport, in Boksburg, which stocks its utility, essential and special ranges of industrial workwear. Schalk Burger has the story. 

Industrial clothing company opens showroom to get closer to end-users
Industrial clothing company opens showroom to get closer to end-users

On-The-Air (06/07/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     6th July 2018 Black-controlled mining company Exxaro has hit the high spots with the introduction of South Africa’s first ‘smart’ mine. A strongly black-empowered mining company is taking steps to raise money in London for its modern new phosphates operation in the Western Cape. The Bafokeng community is... 

On-The-Air (06/07/2018)
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Skills investment needed to sustain manufacturing industry 

5th July 2018 To ensure South Africa has the skills required for advanced manufacturing, industry needs to invest in high-end skills, according to National Tooling Initiative Programme CEO Dirk van Dyk. Anine Kilian has the story. 

Skills investment needed to sustain manufacturing industry
Skills investment needed to sustain manufacturing industry

Unlocking South Africa’s high-demand spectrum 

4th July 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Natasha Odendaal about how South Africa’s high-demand spectrum can benefit the country and the challenges telecommunications operators are facing as they await the allocation of this spectrum. 

Unlocking South Africa’s high-demand spectrum
Unlocking South Africa’s high-demand spectrum

More than R650m budgeted to prepare Gauteng land for expropriation   

By: Anine Kilian     2nd July 2018 The Department of Human Settlements has budgeted more than R650-million to prepare identified portions of land in Gauteng for expropriation without compensation. Human Settlements MEC Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa said on Monday that the province’s rapid land release programme, launched in May, would... 

More than R650m budgeted to prepare Gauteng land for expropriation
Human Settlements MEC Dikgang Uhuru Moiloa talks about land expropriation without compensation

On-The-Air (29/06/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     29th June 2018 Good news for the economy is that Swiss-based mining giant Glencore is taking steps to boost its investments in South Africa. An Australian-funded company is moving at break-neck speed to reopen a rich zinc and copper mine in South Africa’s Northern Cape province. South Africa has supplied all... 

On-The-Air (29/06/2018)
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STS develops world-first VR solutions to revolutionise mining training  

28th June 2018 Simulated Training Solution’s world-first VR blast wall and its VR cube have resulted in efficient, effective and memorable training programmes for Anglo American Platinum’s Engineering Services Training Centre and Murray and Roberts Cementation Training Academy. Nadine James has the story. 

STS develops world-first VR solutions to revolutionise mining training
STS develops world-first VR solutions to revolutionise mining training

Southern Africa's natural gas potential 

28th June 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the recent meeting between Southern African energy Ministers about Southern Africa's energy potential and how to unlock that potential. 

Southern Africa's natural gas potential
Southern Africa's natural gas potential

Omnia lifts FY18 profit by 12% y/y 

By: Anine Kilian     26th June 2018 JSE-listed Omnia Holdings posted positive results for the financial year ended March 31, with group revenue having increased by 7% year-on-year to R17.37-billion, as a result of a stronger performance by the mining and chemicals divisions. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and... 

Omnia lifts FY18 profit by 12% y/y
Omnia CEO Adriaan de Lange talks about the group's profitable financial year

On-The-Air (22/06/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     22nd June 2018 Coal exporters can look forward to faster turnaround times at the Richards Bay Coal Terminal, following the commissioning of a brand new suite of equipment. South Africa’s secretive Department of Mineral Resources needs to subject itself to independent transparency evaluation and to set reform... 

On-The-Air (22/06/2018)
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When crime intelligence is lacking 

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     22nd June 2018 The cash-in-transit heists, taxi violence and political assassinations in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) should worry us deeply. What they suggest is the possibility that both policing and our intelligence environment may be in a state of crisis. While it is critical that we avoid errors in analysis that... 

When crime intelligence is lacking
Aubrey Matshiqi discusses 'When crime intelligence is lacking'. (Camera & editing: Darlene Creamer)

Cummins and Komatsu launch S Africa’s first TEC programme at Sedibeng TVET 

21st June 2018 Cummins Africa Middle East and Komatsu Africa have teamed up to bring the first Technical Education for Communities, or TEC, programme to South Africa. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

Cummins and Komatsu launch S Africa’s first TEC programme at Sedibeng TVET
Cummins and Komatsu launch S Africa’s first TEC programme at Sedibeng TVET

Mining charter, illegal mining, FDI in the spotlight  

20th June 2018 Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer unpacks the news around the mining charter, illegal mining and FDI in the junior miners fund. 

Mining charter, illegal mining, FDI in the spotlight
Mining charter, illegal mining, FDI in the spotlight

On-The-Air (15/06/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     15th June 2018 Mining companies are going all out to combat the deadly scourge of malaria in Africa in compliance with United Nations wishes. South Africa’s meticulous mineral codes are rapidly emerging as global world beaters. De Beers has concluded a R600-million black economic empowerment deal at... 

On-The-Air (15/06/2018)
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China–Africa Industrial Cooperation 

15th June 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Senior Deputy Editor Rebecca Campbell about the recent China-Africa Industrial Cooperation conference and how China expects to help Africa in its industrialisation efforts. 

China–Africa Industrial Cooperation
China–Africa Industrial Cooperation

Twinsaver opens Kliprivier plant, now largest tissue manufacturer in sub-Saharan Africa 

14th June 2018 Tissue manufacturer the Twinsaver Group last month opened a new manufacturing plant in Klipriver, on the border of the Midvaal and Ekurhuleni municipalities. Marleny Arnoldi tells us more. 

Twinsaver opens Kliprivier plant, now largest tissue manufacturer in sub-Saharan Africa
Twinsaver opens Kliprivier plant, now largest tissue manufacturer in sub-Saharan Africa

On-The-Air (08/06/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     8th June 2018 At long last, South Africa has taken the decision to create a special government fund for junior miners. The government this week legitimised the work of hundreds of illegal zama-zama diamond miners in the diamond city of Kimberley. Strong calls were made at this week’s junior mining indaba for... 

On-The-Air (08/06/2018)
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Radebe hosts stakeholder forum; Eskom takes Nersa decision to court 

8th June 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about the latest developments on the energy policy front, as well as Eskom’s turnaround. 

Radebe hosts stakeholder forum; Eskom takes Nersa decision to court
Terence Creamer on the latest energy developments and Eskom's turnaround. (Camera & editing: Nicholas Boyd)

Eskom to approach courts to have Nersa’s 5.23% tariff decision set aside 

By: Terence Creamer     7th June 2018 State-owned electricity utility Eskom will, in the coming days, approach the courts to have the National Energy Regulator of South Africa’s (Nersa’s) tariff determination for 2018/19 set aside, chairperson Jabu Mabuza confirmed on Thursday. The action would represent Eskom’s first-ever legal... 

Eskom to approach courts to have Nersa’s 5.23% tariff decision set aside
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan on Eskom's restructuring, 'Gupta-risation' of coal and improving primary-energy security and costs. Camera Work & Editing: Nicholas Boyd: Recorded: 7.6.2018

MeerLICHT launch signals world’s first optical/radio telescope collaboration 

7th June 2018 The South African Astronomical Observatory and the Department of Science and Technology last month launched the MeerLICHT optical telescope at the Observatory site in Sutherland, which will be ‘the eye’ of the MeerKAT radio telescope. Marleny Arnoldi tells us more. 

MeerLICHT launch signals world’s first optical/radio telescope collaboration
MeerLICHT launch signals world’s first optical/radio telescope collaboration

On-The-Air (01/06/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     1st June 2018 Former Energy Director-General Nelisiwe Magubane this week called for clean coal technology to be introduced to stave off litigation; Vigorous new investment in junior mining is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of this year and The positive role platinum can play to clean the world’s air... 

On-The-Air (01/06/2018)
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Sappma takes firm stance on quality products  

31st May 2018 The Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association is taking a no-nonsense, uncompromising stance on the quality of pipes that are manufactured by its members. Melissa Zisengwe tells us more. 

Sappma takes firm stance on quality products
Sappma takes firm stance on quality products

Telkom refocuses strategy on new revenue streams 

30th May 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Natasha Odendaal about Telkom’s financial results for the 2018 financial year, the growth of its mobile platform and the growth opportunities it is pursuing. 

Telkom refocuses strategy on new revenue streams
Telkom refocuses strategy on new revenue streams

Manufacturing sector investment to remain stable in Q2 – Manufacturing Circle  

By: Anine Kilian     29th May 2018 The Manufacturing Circle Investment Tracker (MCIT) for the first quarter of this year shows there has been investment into the manufacturing sector in the past 15 months, but that investment is declining. Presenting key findings of the MCIT, in Centurion, on Tuesday, Manufacturing Circle... 

Manufacturing sector investment to remain stable in Q2 – Manufacturing Circle
Manufacturing sector investment to remain stable in Q2 – Manufacturing Circle

A reflection on the DA-De Lille imbroglio  

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     28th May 2018 A hegemonic project is at its zenith when its driving logic, values and what it represents have become commonsensical. Hegemony at this stage of development is about the reproduction of relations in society in a way that continues to guarantee the dominance of hegemonic interests. It is about... 

A reflection on the DA-De Lille imbroglio
Aubrey Matshiqi reflects on the DA-De Lille imbroglio (Camera & editing: Nicholas Boyd)

On-The-Air (25/05/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     25th May 2018 128 years of branding came crashing down this week when the name Chamber of Mines was trashed and replaced with Minerals Council South Africa. With all the talk about new emerging farmers coming on to the land in the future, South Africa needs to step up its mining of phosphates. Certification is... 

On-The-Air (25/05/2018)
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Aspen opens R1bn high containment facility in Port Elizabeth 

24th May 2018 Pharmaceutical company Aspen officially opened its new high containment facility, valued at about R1-billion, earlier this month. Simone Liedtke tells us more. 

Aspen opens R1bn high containment facility in Port Elizabeth
Aspen opens R1bn high containment facility in Port Elizabeth

Bloodhound timelines revised 

22nd May 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Irma Venter about the latest developments with the Bloodhound supersonic car’s landspeed record attempt, which will be held at the Hakskeenpan in the Northern Cape. 

Bloodhound timelines revised
Bloodhound timelines revised

On-The-Air (18/05/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     18th May 2018 The lives of hundreds of thousands of people will be impacted negatively if Lonmin Platinum is forced to close; urgent action is needed to save the company. The short spell of mining hope that South Africa experienced earlier this year have been dashed, Shadow Minerals Minister James Lorimer told... 

On-The-Air (18/05/2018)
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Energy sector to contribute $25bn to SA’s $100bn investment target 

18th May 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about Energy Minister Jeff Radebe’s belief that the energy sector can contribute $25-billion of the $100-billion investment target set by President Cyril Ramaphosa. 

Energy sector to contribute $25bn to SA’s $100bn investment target
Energy sector to contribute $25bn to SA’s $100bn investment target

Rik Rhino 

17th May 2018 South African technical security and surveillance solutions specialist Rik Rhino Surveillance was started in 2011 to help eradicate the terror of rhino poaching by supplying anti-rhino poaching projects in wildlife reserves with scouting trail cameras. These cameras are equipped with motion... 

Rik Rhino
Watch this video on South African technical security and surveillance solutions specialist Rik Rhino Surveillance to learn more about the products it now offers from UK-based companies WCCTV and PPSS Group.

Technical construction used to change historical building to modern art museum 

17th May 2018 The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, built inside of the old grain silo at the V&A Waterfront, in Cape Town, required specialist concretes and technical formwork to realise the vision of the architect Thomas Heatherwick. Schalk Burger has the details. Also making headlines, South African... 

Technical construction used to change historical building to modern art museum
Technical construction used to change historical building to modern art museum

On-The-Air (11/05/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     11th May 2018 The big new Indian shareholder in Anglo American is calling on the London-listed company to accentuate its South Africa link. Africa’s most successful gold mining company this week warned that gold mining is running the risk of becoming an irrelevant investment destination. Mapungubwe head Joel... 

On-The-Air (11/05/2018)
On-The-Air (11/05/2018)

Agriculture industry grows despite challenges 

By: Paige Müller     11th May 2018 Despite policy uncertainty and drought having impacted on the South African agriculture industry, Agricultural Business Chamber (Agbiz) agricultural economist Wandile Sihlobo says the industry outlook is fairly optimistic in the near term. Sihlobo met with Engineering News to discuss the state of... 

Agriculture industry grows despite challenges
Agricultural Business Chamber discusses the state of the agricultural economy in South Africa. Camerawork and editing: Darlene Creamer.

FujiFilm unveils innovation centre to get closer to clients 

10th May 2018 Fujifilm has opened its new, more compact innovation centre, in Johannesburg, in an effort to get closer to its customers. Natasha Odendaal tells us more. 

FujiFilm unveils innovation centre to get closer to clients
FujiFilm unveils innovation centre to get closer to clients

Eskom addressing coal shortages 

10th May 2018 Creamer Media's Chanel de Bruyn speaks to Engineering News Editor Terence Creamer about Eskom’s immediate and longer-term plans for securing sufficient coal for its power stations. 

Eskom addressing coal shortages
Eskom addressing coal shortages
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