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Scotgold submits planning application for revised operations

By: Mariaan Webb     18th August 2017 The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Planning Authority has confirmed receipt and has validated Scotgold’s application for revised operations at the Cononish gold and silver project, in Scotland. The validation defines the start of the statutory determination period, Aim-listed Scotgold... 

Eastern Goldfields winding up order set aside

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th August 2017 An order by the Western Australian Supreme Court to wind up ASX-listed Eastern Goldfields has been set aside, with the miner on Friday announcing that the winding up process had been terminated and that the company had been returned to its directors. Assay provider Genalysis Laboratory Services... 

Bonnievale Primary School construction project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     18th August 2017 The complex will also have a hall with toilet facilities, an administration building and facilities for a supervisor. 

Cloud virtualization platform adds flexibility to legacy enterprise networks

By: Schalk Burger     18th August 2017 Cloud wide-area network (CloudWan), unifies and centralises complex corporate networks, as well as provide flexibility and control over hybrid cloud deployments, says information and communication technology firm Internet Solutions Software-defined networking (SDN) and Internet executive head... 

Comprehensive service support adds value to forklifts

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Industrial equipment supplier Smith Power Equipment (SPE) is ensuring that the value-add on its range of imported forklifts meets customer requirements while balancing performance and cost to help companies manage the economic challenges. 

Diverse assets for infrastructure in demand 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th August 2017 In the commercial and industrial property development space, as well as its supporting infrastructure, there is demand for high-quality, diverse assets with strategic locations and offering optimal planning and design, says consultancy firm WSP.  

Education and training imperative for modern supply chain management

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Increased automation in the South African manufacturing sector could aggravate the country’s unemployment rate if supply chain management education and skills training initiatives are not prioritised, says supply chain and logistics consultancy Industrial Logistic Systems (ILS) chairperson Martin... 

Focus needed to maximise S Africa’s export potential

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 The future of the South African materials handling sector will be impacted on significantly by sub-Saharan Africa development and the ability of South Africa to leverage its export capabilities on the subcontinent, says engineering consultant WSP Africa transport and infrastructure divisional... 

Industrial base growth will stimulate province’s steel industry

     18th August 2017 Growing the Eastern Cape industrial base will assist in stimulating growth in the struggling steel industry, says the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC). 

Joburg Council Chamber’s innovative design receives recognition

By: David Oliveira     18th August 2017 The City of Johannesburg’s (CoJ’s) Council Chamber, which is managed by the CoJ’s property portfolio company Joburg Property Company (JPC), has been awarded the Public Services Development award by the Africa & Arabia Property Awards. The JPC will officially receive the award at a ceremony at the... 

Licensing rules for large desalination plants remain challenging

By: Dylan Slater     18th August 2017 With increased debate around water security in South Africa, as a result of growing surface-water scarcity and future uncertainty, the prospect of implementing large-scale desalination of seawater is also increasing.  

LSFB expands into student accommodation

By: Victor Moolman     18th August 2017 Student accommodation requires fast, efficient and sustainable building solutions, prompting the increased use of light steel frame building (LSFB) for its construction, explains Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (Sasfa) director John Barnard 

Upstream and downstream industry has to work together

By: Victor Moolman     18th August 2017 Upstream and downstream steel industries need to work together to overcome the challenges of imports and tariffs in the steel construction industry, says South African Institute of Steel Construction (Saisc) CEO Paolo Trinchero. 

M&R warns ‘costly’ Middle East exit will drag 2017 earnings lower

By: Terence Creamer     17th August 2017 Engineering group Murray & Roberts (M&R), which sold its Southern African infrastructure and building units to a Southern Palace-led consortium in November, has warned that its earnings will fall by more than expected in 2017, owing to additional costs associated with four remaining building... 

Denel appoints new CFO, legal officer

     17th August 2017 State-owned Denel has appointed Odwa Mhlwana CFO and Vuyokazi Xaxa company secretary and legal officer.   “The new additions to our executive team are critical to create stability in Denel and will contribute to our transformation into a self-sustaining State-owned company,” says Denel acting CEO... 

Enviroserv officials in the dock over 'big stink'

By: News24Wire      17th August 2017 EnviroServ CEO Dean Thompson and four other officials from the waste management company are now personally facing criminal charges relating to allegations that their Hillcrest landfill site is causing a noxious "big stink" in the area, west of Durban. The alleged gases emanating from the site are... 

Coal India building new railway links to efficiently evacuate production

By: Ajoy K Das     17th August 2017 Coal India Limited (CIL) is undertaking three critical railway infrastructure projects that will enable the miner to efficiently evacuate 282-million tons a year of production. According to a directors’ report of the company, the railway infrastructure projects form part of the miner’s ‘Synergy... 

Speed up productivity with efficient overhead sectional doors from Maxiflex

     17th August 2017 The Crawford range of high quality, robust overhead sectional doors from Maxiflex has been bolstered with the recent introduction of a new high speed solution that boasts an operational speed four times faster than standard counterparts. In 2013 Maxiflex was appointed sole Sub Saharan distributor... 

Arup Structural Engineering Expertise Highly Commended By Saice

     16th August 2017 The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) recognised Arup with a Highly Commended Award in the Structural Engineering Project Division for their work on the PwC Tower, at the Most Outstanding Project Awards ceremony hosted by SAICE, Johannesburg Branch.   “Our unique contribution... 

Financing infrastructure development in Africa becomes easier with PPPs

     16th August 2017 Despite the perception that Africa is poor, the continent is rich with opportunity and there is enough private sector money to partner with governments and state institutions on the continent to speed up the roll-out of infrastructure and build programmes. There is greater scope for Africa’s... 

BC Iron swings back to black

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th August 2017 Junior miner BC Iron has swung back into black during the full year ended June, as the company’s Iron Valley operation delivered strong results. BC Iron on Wednesday reported after tax profit of A$7.1-million from continuing operations, compared with a loss of A$43.9-million in the previous... 

Triton tips possible partner for Ancuabe

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th August 2017 Graphite developer Triton Minerals has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with China’s Sinoma Overseas Development Company providing terms for offtake, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services, debt financing and project investment at the Ancuabe project, in Mozambique.... 

Lonmin unveils design proposal for Marikana memorial park; showcases new apartments

By: Anine Kilian     15th August 2017 Platinum producer Lonmin on Tuesday unveiled its proposed design for a Marikana memorial park and announced the occupation of its infill apartments a day before the fifth anniversary of the Marikana massacre.  Thirty-four miners died and at least 70 were injured on August 16, 2012, when police... 

Public urged to participate in police leadership survey 

By: Sane Dhlamini     15th August 2017 Nonprofit organisation Corruption Watch (CW) and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) have launched a survey, on the eve of the commemoration of the Marikana massacre, seeking public input on the selection of the new South African Police Service (Saps) national commissioner and the head of... 

Getting behind supply chain skills to grow South Africa

     15th August 2017 Fast-moving technological and other changes in the global economy are threatening to leave South Africa behind if the country can’t match its supply chain skills to meet the new demands.   According to the 2016 Barloworld Supplychainforesight report, the education and training necessary for... 

Bisie boxcut nears completion, first tin concentrates in 2019

By: Ilan Solomons     15th August 2017 Tin exploration and development company Alphamin Resources is nearing completion of the boxcut at its 9 900 t/y Bisie tin project, in North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Alphamin CEO Boris Kamstra tells Mining Weekly Online that local earthworks contractor Kongo River, which is... 

Industry outlines major policy issues as Canada’s minerals ministers meet

By: Henry Lazenby     15th August 2017 The Canadian mineral and mining industry on Monday outlined six important policy areas it would like to see addressed during the seventy-fourth annual conference of federal and provincial ministers of energy and mining in Saint Andrews, New Brunswick, this week. A national coalition of mining... 

Aveng Infraset builds new concrete roof tile factory in KZN

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th August 2017 Full-scale production at Aveng Infraset’s under-construction multimillion-rand concrete roof tile manufacturing facility, in Effingham, Durban, is scheduled to start in January. Construction of the factory, which will ultimately employ 17 people, started in June and is expected to be completed by... 

Concor Buildings Showcases Flexibility On Makro Riversands Project

     14th August 2017 Visible Felt Leadership is a philosophy that Concor Construction drives and an excellent example of a project where this is reaping significant rewards is the Concor Buildings Makro Riversands contract. Concor Buildings, previously known as Murray & Roberts Buildings, is part of Concor... 

Fibres In Concrete Save Time, Money At Clearwater Project

     14th August 2017 The use of polypropylene fibres in concrete flooring applications has provided major benefits for all stakeholders in the Clearwater Corporate Office Park project on Gauteng’s East Rand. The building will be the first in South Africa to employ the CHRYSO Durus S400 Macro Fibre from concrete and... 

Increased mining royalties, new mining agency a boost to Brazil’s long-term outlook 

By: Henry Lazenby     11th August 2017 Increased mining royalties and a new mining agency, coupled with generally clearer and more consistent regulations, are expected to provide an overall boost to the long-term outlook of Brazil’s resources industry, according to a recent report by Fitch Group-affiliated market analyst BMI Research.... 

EDGE certification system to boost residential green building investment

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th August 2017 The innovation that has been working quietly in the background for some years aiding the cost-effective, simple and fast certification of the residential green building sector was profiled at Drivelines Studios, on Friday. In a breakthrough in the South African market, Edge, an International... 

Balwin Properties partners with SolarAfrica

By: Anine Kilian     11th August 2017 JSE-listed Balwin Properties has partnered with renewable energy provider SolarAfrica to incorporate solar energy at two of its upmarket developments. The Kikuyu development, in Midrand, and The Whisken development, in Johannesburg, are one of the first developments in South Africa to offer... 

Murray&Dickson Construction Sol Plaatje University

     11th August 2017 Murray & Dickson Construction Group adds finishing touches to showpiece building The completion of the new Sol Plaatje University library and resource centre in September 2017 will reinforce Murray & Dickson Construction Group’s standing as a specialist contractor associated with complex building... 

Amid growing water worries, desalination option enters SA’s supply debate 

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 Scarce surface water resources in South Africa are threatening the availability of potable bulk water, which is also coming under strain because of growing suburban areas and increased demand from consumers. The recycling of wastewater to ensure long-term sustain- ability has been posited as the... 

Amid growing water worries, desalination option enters SA’s supply debate

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 Scarce surface-water resources in South Africa are threatening the availability of potable bulk water, which is also coming under strain because of growing suburban areas and increased demand from consumers. The recycling of wastewater to ensure long-term sustainability has been posited as the... 

Chris Baloyi

     11th August 2017 This week we feature Chris Baloyi, MD of Bosch Capital, an advisory services, capital raising and investment company   

Electric vehicles to comprise majority of cars sold globally by 2040

By: Irma Venter     11th August 2017 Electric vehicles (EVs) will make up the majority of new-car sales worldwide by 2040, and account for 33% of all the light-duty vehicles on the road, according to new research published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). The forecast draws on detailed analysis of likely future reductions in... 

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