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Falling PPI points to weak demand in South Africa’s economy – Seifsa

By: Anine Kilian     27th July 2017 South Africa’s hard-pressed manufacturers are on the receiving end of the weak economy as there is little room to pass on cost increases, Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) economist Marique Kruger said in a statement on Thursday.   The June Producer Price... 

Fission reports wide mineralisation, multiple stacked lenses at PLS R1515W zone

By: Henry Lazenby     26th July 2017 Results from the first two summer drill holes at the R1515W zone of Fission Uranium's Patterson Lake South project, in Saskatchewan, show that the explorer has hit high grades and wide mineralisation in multiple stacked lenses. The zone has been expanded both laterally and down-dip to the south. 

TSX falls, weighed by Barrick and other gold miners

By: Reuters     24th July 2017 Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, as gold miners broadly weighed and Barrick Gold lost nearly 5% after a company it majority owns, Acacia Mining, was hit with a bill for $190-billion in unpaid taxes in Tanzania. Railway stocks, big banks and pipeline and other energy stocks also put... 

First Cut’s solutions-driven business ethic creates cutting-edge solutions to enable productive use of recycled materials

     24th July 2017 First Cut, a leading South African distributor of cutting consumables and capital equipment, has been proud to be able to assist in promoting recycling in South Africa. Through a positive 'can do' attitude to service and excellent product quality- and in three notable examples - the company has... 

Multidisciplinary platform pursued for project

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     21st July 2017 Engineering professional services consulting firm WSP Africa is making its infrastructure consultancy offering available through one multidisciplinary project delivery platform. WSP Transport and Infrastructure MD Dr Terence Milne joined the company last month to spearhead this venture and... 

Airbus DS test flies its new UAV in South Africa

By: Keith Campbell     18th July 2017 South Africa’s Overberg Test Range was the site of the first flight of the Airbus Defence and Space (Airbus DS) Sagitta jet-powered unmanned air vehicle (UAV) demonstrator, the European company announced on Tuesday. The aircraft, a flying-wing design, flew autonomously over the test range (which... 

India to look to junior miners to boost private investment in exploration

By: Ajoy K Das     17th July 2017 Close on the heels of India’s Mines Ministry propagating private-public-partnership (PPP) model contracts to boost private capital into mineral exploration, the government is now looking to invite international mining juniors to fill the void in private investment. The Mines Ministry is preparing... 

Low grades, high power costs key snags to SA chromite sector’s competitiveness

By: David Oliveira     14th July 2017 Despite South Africa’s rich chromite endowment, the low chromium oxide (Cr2O3) grades in its orebodies and the high cost of electricity are significant barriers to the country becoming the dominant player in the global industry. Mintek metallurgical project development consultant Dr Nic Barcza... 

PRASA New Rolling Stock Acquisition Programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th July 2017 Alstom has completed the manufacture of the first 20 trains as part of its contract with the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa.  

Oil traders turn bespoke crude tailors in offshore megastore

By: Bloomberg     12th July 2017 The biggest oil traders feeling the squeeze in a world awash with crude are seeking an edge by offering tailor-made cargoes in an offshore megastore. By selling bespoke from a fleet of ships anchored off Singapore and Malaysia, the likes of Vitol Group, Trafigura Group, Glencore and Gunvor Group... 

Composite repair systems an alternative to welding and most steel repairs

     11th July 2017 Industrial lining solutions providers Groupline Projects (GLP) – a subsidiary of Wonderstone, which forms part of the Assore Group of companies – now offer revolutionary alternatives to welding, in the form of Armasteel and Armacoat composite repair systems, in South Africa. Since 2008, the... 

Afrimat Construction Index continues to outperform general economy

By: Mia Breytenbach     7th July 2017 Despite negative perceptions, South Africa’s economy remains resilient, while the construction industry remains healthy and continues to perform well, says JSE-listed openpit mining company and industrial mineral and construction material supplier Afrimat CEO Andries van Heerden. This is evident... 

Welding Alloys South Africa

     4th July 2017 To lead the market in engineered wear protection solutions and flux cored welding wire technology, Welding Alloys South Africa (WASA) is focused on responding to its customers’ needs. Part of the Welding Alloys group, which covers more than 150 countries through a network of 30 subsidiaries... 

Acquisition creates larger industry opportunities

     30th June 2017 In April, construction and civil engineering contractor Esor acquired trenchless technology specialist Tuboseal, renaming it to Esor Tuboseal, which creates larger industry opportunities. 

Company provides pipes for various industries

     30th June 2017 Geosynthetic products manufacturer and comprehensive supplier Fibertex supplies a range of components for advanced subsoil drainage systems, designed for use in various industries, including civil engineering, construction and agriculture. 

Afrimat Construction Index continues to outperform general economy

By: Mia Breytenbach     22nd June 2017 Despite negative perceptions, South Africa’s economy remains resilient, while the construction industry remains healthy and continues to perform well, says Afrimat CEO Andries van Heerden. This is evident in the Afrimat Construction Index (ACI) having expanded by 22.7% between the third quarter... 

Composites cluster charts way forward for basalt in composites

By: Irma Venter     16th June 2017 Nelson Mandela Bay Composites Cluster MD Andy Radford says the cluster has mapped the value chain for the production and application of basalt in composites. He says the cluster is at an advanced stage of securing local and global beneficiators and buyers for the mineral for use in composite... 

Neelum Jhelum hydroelectric project, Pakistan

By: Sheila Barradas     16th June 2017 The project is scheduled to achieve a major milestone, when the second tunnel boring machine achieves breakthrough of the right headrace tunnel. 

Several Green trends expected to emerge this year

By: Simone Liedtke     16th June 2017 As the green-building groundswell takes hold globally, construction materials supplier AfriSam says industry can expect to several trends emerge this year. 

World’s longest-wingspan aircraft begins testing

By: Dylan Slater     16th June 2017 The title of the world’s largest aircraft by wingspan has been claimed by the newly constructed Stratolaunch Aircraft, currently under development at the Mojave Air & Space Port in Mojave, California, in the US.  

Deck Maps Get The Most Out Of Screens

     13th June 2017 Screening media specialist Multotec is using its ‘deck map’ methodology to constantly raise the bar in optimising screen output and lifespan, according to Shawn Faba, Multotec Manufacturing product manager screening. “Multotec has built on its concept of the composite deck for over a decade, and... 

Why hygienic design of bearings is key to food safety

     12th June 2017 An emphasis on the hygiene element of the design of equipment can play an important role in controlling the safety of food products manufactured. However, applying this too broadly without focussing specifically on the hygienic design of the components part of the system, can potentially risk the... 

The Differing Role Of Classes Of Slurry Samplers

     5th June 2017 “In minerals processing plants there are two distinct classes of samplers, namely metallurgical and process control.  It is important that a distinction between these two classes of samplers and their applications is established, as the aim of all samplers is to provide a small sample that is as... 

Local commercial and general aviation sector under policy pressures

By: Keith Campbell     2nd June 2017 The commercial and general aviation (GA) sector in South Africa is currently facing significant challenges that really need to be addressed if it is to remain healthy over the coming years. So cautions the Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa (Caasa). The association is concerned... 

Local commercial and general aviation sector under policy pressures

By: Keith Campbell     2nd June 2017 The commercial and general aviation (GA) sector in South Africa is currently facing significant challenges that really need to be addressed if it is to remain healthy over the coming years. So cautions the Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa (Caasa).  

Aurecon launches White Paper on buildings of the future

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st June 2017 Engineering firm Aurecon has released a White Paper, ‘Buildings of the Future: science fiction or science fact?’, inspired by interviews with professionals across the built environment sector. The paper shares thoughts around what is driving demand, challenges inherent in reaching intelligent... 

PE composites cluster investigates basalt, kenaf potential 

By: Irma Venter     26th May 2017 Nelson Mandela Bay Composites Cluster MD Andy Radford says the cluster has mapped the value chain for the production and application of basalt in composites. He says the cluster is at an advanced stage of securing local and global beneficiators and buyers for the mineral for use in composite... 

Chairside milling beneficial for dental industry

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th May 2017 With the dental industry moving towards chairside milling for clinics, digital production solutions company Telpro Management launched electronics manufacturer Roland’s DWX-52DC tooth milling machine last month.  

JRA spends R14.4m on bridge joints

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     25th May 2017 The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) has, over the last year, invested R14.4-million in the replacement of 42 bridge expansion joints on 16 bridges across the city, including on Buccleuch drive and the M1 near the Joe Slovo bridges. The repair and replacement of bridge joints forms part of JRA’s... 

Beowulf provides update on Finland graphite exploration

By: Mariaan Webb     24th May 2017 Mineral explorer and developer Beowulf Mining is starting to put some scale to the mineralisation at its Aitolampi prospect, in Finland, with recent drilling having confirmed that electromagnetic anomalies are associated with wide zones of graphite mineralisation. The company, which trades on... 

Geosynthetic products supplied for substation

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     19th May 2017 Manufacturer and comprehensive supplier of geosynthetic products Fibertex South Africa is providing an ongoing supply of its geosynthetic products for use in the construction of State-owned power utility Eskom’s Pinotage substation, in the Western Cape. This new large electrical substation is... 

New Southern African commercial aviation activity report shows sharp fall in first quarter

By: Keith Campbell     18th May 2017 The Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa (Caasa) on Thursday officially launched its Caasa Aviation Activity Index (CAAI). This is a composite index of aviation activity, developed to improve knowledge about conditions in the sector. “We decided we’d really like to know what is... 

Down 2.1% last week, IHS Materials Price Index tracks lower for third week

By: Henry Lazenby     12th May 2017 Lacklustre Chinese manufacturing data, coupled with moves by regulators to crack down on risky investments, is fuelling concern that Chinese demand growth is set to decelerate and that it had pushed down commodity prices over the last three weeks, market intelligence firm IHS Markit said in a... 

PRASA New Rolling Stock Acquisition Programme, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     12th May 2017 The first trains built by Gibela have entered commercial service. 

Cable reeling solutions like no other from Powermite

     9th May 2017 The materials handling division of mechanical and electrical engineering specialist, Powermite, supplies superior quality, rugged, reliable, and economical cable reeling systems and accessories to a wide spectrum of Southern African industries. Cable reeling systems are used to lay down and... 

Reserve Bank’s leading business cycle indicator up 1.1% in February

By: African News Agency      25th April 2017 The South African Reserve Bank said on Tuesday its composite leading business cycle indicator increased by 1.1% on a month-to-month basis in February 2017. “Six of the ten component time series that were available for February 2017 increased, while four decreased,” the bank said. 

AfDB welcomes Zambia, Ghana to bond index

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th April 2017 The African Development Bank (AfDB) has added Zambia and Ghana to its African Bond Index (ABI), expanding the index to the eight most liquid sovereign bond markets in Africa. The ABI provides investors with a tool with which to measure and track the performance of Africa’s bond markets. 

Construction index points to shift from large to smaller projects

By: Irma Venter     21st April 2017 Construction activity in South Africa is not as depressed as suggested by the media, large construction firms or industry analysts, says Afrimat CEO Andries van Heerden. Afrimat is a JSE-listed openpit mining company, as well as industrial mineral and construction material supplier. 

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