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First LHWP Phase 2 construction contracts awarded

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th October 2018 Construction work on Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is set to start soon. This follows the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) awarding the first construction contract on the project – the R235-million contract for the Polihali north-east access road – to the... 

Bulk water supply project nears completion

12th October 2018 Phase 1 of the design and implementation for the augmentation of the James Kleynhans Bulk Water Supply project in Makhanda – formerly known as Grahamstown, in the Eastern Cape – which started last year in September is due for completion in December. The first phase of the four-phase project,... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     12th October 2018 Unit 2 at the Medupi power station produced first power on October 7, 2018. 

Innovative Façade Design Hits The MARS

11th October 2018 Innovative façade design is stylising the appearance of some of the most spectacular architecture currently gracing the South African skyline. Developed by Eris, the tower called the Jewel at the new upmarket multi-use development, The MARC, has a shape and a façade like no other. Boogertman +... 

Innovative Façade Design Hits the Marc

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th October 2018 Innovative façade design is stylising the appearance of some of the most spectacular architecture currently gracing the South African skyline. Developed by Eris, the tower called the Jewel at the new upmarket multi-use development, The MARC, has a shape and a façade like no other. Boogertman +... 

Platreef Shaft 1 intersects Flatreef deposit at 780 m below surface

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 Shaft 1 at Ivanplats’ Platreef project has reached the top of the high-grade Flatreef deposit at 780.2 m below surface. This is the first time that the Platreef – a strongly mineralised, polymetallic belt that extends northward from the town of Mokopane for more than 30 km – has been intercepted... 

Alusani® Course Leader discusses how to get a handle on the implementation of GCC updates

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th October 2018 The second edition of the General Conditions of Contract for Construction Works, which is commonly referred to as GCC 2015, is a South African construction contract predominantly used for government projects. The new edition contains amendments that are still often misunderstood or not enforced... 

Technical study sets RHA underground mine restart costs at $1.06m

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 It will cost about $1.06-million to bring Aim-listed Premier African Minerals’ 49%-owned RHA underground tungsten mine, in Zimbabwe, back into production. The mine was put under care and maintenance late in 2017 amid cash flow constraints. 

Empire State mine contractor dies

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 An employee of a contractor working at the Empire State mine, in New York state, died on Tuesday afternoon, TSX-listed Titan Mining said and announced that all mining activities had been suspended. The company said it was working with authorities to determine the cause of the accident that... 

R4.6bn Nwamitwa dam construction set for 2026 completion, subject to finance availability

By: Marleny Arnoldi     2nd October 2018 The Department of Water and Sanitation plans to appoint contractors for the roads and advanced works for the Nwamitwa dam, in Limpopo, in March 2020, ahead of the appointment of a contractor for the construction of the dam in March 2022, Water and Sanitation Minister Gugile Nkwinti said in a... 

GDDA seeks contractor to build BioPark Phase 3 at Innovation Hub

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     2nd October 2018 The Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GDDA) is inviting bids from contractors for the construction of BioPark Phase 3 at The Innovation Hub, in Pretoria. Bids will be evaluated in terms of the 90:10 preferential points system in accordance with the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework... 

Mini-refineries race billionaire to fix Nigerian fuel crisis

By: Bloomberg     2nd October 2018 In the race to solve a fuel-import crisis in Nigeria, Africa’s richest person faces competition from a swarm of tiny challengers. Billionaire Aliko Dangote is building a 650 000 barrel-a-day refinery in Nigeria that will help cut the nation’s $7-billion annual fuel-import bill. Such is the... 

Multotec Builds High Recovery Water Treatment Plant In Middle East

2nd October 2018 After extensive test work and design, mineral processing specialist Multotec Group is commissioning a full‑scale DeSALx® plant to treat waste water from a flue gas desulphurisation scrubber, at a minerals processing plant in Oman in the Middle East. According to Carien Spagnuolo, senior process... 

Xtract alluvial mining delivers 2 903 oz in H1

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     28th September 2018 Gold producer, exploration and development company Xtract Resources, which has projects in Mozambique, on Friday said about 2 903 oz of total alluvial mining contractor gold had been produced in the six months ended June 30. 

Wesizwe proceeds with development despite interim losses

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th September 2018 JSE-listed Wesizwe Platinum swung to a R14.9-million loss for the six months ended June 30, from a R19-million profit in the first half of the prior year. The basic loss a share for the period was 0.92c, compared with earnings a share of 1.17c in the prior comparable period.  

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 The remaining units at the Medupi project are progressing well against the revised schedule. 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 The remaining Kusile units are progressing well. 

Completion of grid project opens way for renewables in Kenya

By: John Muchira     28th September 2018 Kenya is set to connect about 310 MW of electricity generation capacity to the national grid, following the completion of a much-delayed transmission line project. After about two years delay, the East Africa nation has finally completed the Loiyangalani-Suswa transmission line paving the way for... 

Layher (Pty) Ltd

28th September 2018 Established over 70 years ago, Layher is the world’s largest producer and innovator of high-quality system scaffolding. Since its establishment, Layher has pioneered advanced scaffolding systems and is consistently at the forefront of innovation, safety and quality. All Layher material is... 

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road megabridges project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 The tender for the Msikaba bridge has been awarded. 

Simpec awarded additional work at Talison mine

By: Mariaan Webb     27th September 2018 Engineering contractor business Simpec, part of ASX-listed WestStar Industrial, has been awarded contract scope extensions and purchase orders for A$1.8-million from MSP Engineering at the Talison mine, in Greenbushes, Western Australia. Simpec will supply and install site wide concrete... 

DRA Global confirmed as preferred EPCM contractor for Colluli

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     27th September 2018 Danakali has, on behalf of the Colluli Mining Share Company (CMSC), confirmed DRA Global as the preferred engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) provider for the Colluli potash project, in Eritrea. This represents another critical milestone for the project, reinforcing that... 

Hogan Lovells sheds light on business rescue in construction industry

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th September 2018 In light of a struggling construction sector in South Africa and many companies going into liquidation or business rescue, and with the business rescue success rate only 10% on average for companies in South Africa, law firm Hogan Lovells says it is crucial for construction companies to carefully... 

E-toll summonses up nearly 20-fold in 3 years

By: News24Wire      26th September 2018 Summonses issued for e-toll nonpayments have increased nearly 20-fold over the past three years but collections are down, according to data supplied by the minister of transport to members of Parliament. Transport Minister Blade Nzimande gave details on the number of summonses issued by the South... 

Company eyes expansion into Africa

By: Evert Wasserman     21st September 2018 Owing to its ability to adhere to State-owned power utility Eskom’s stringent electrification infrastructure requirements, electrical solutions and engineering provider Gridbow has expanded its services into other African countries. “Contrary to popular belief, Eskom has very stringent rules with... 

First corrosionproof AHU developed

By: Paige Müller     21st September 2018 After significant research and development into a new air handling unit (AHU), Pietermaritzburg-based air conditioning contractor TROX South Africa now offers the market the non-metallic XeCube AHU, which has a high level of structural integrity, is impervious to corrosion and is significantly... 

Kangnas Wind Farm and Perdekraal East Wind Farm, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     21st September 2018 The Perdekraal East wind farm is preparing for the start of major construction activity. 

Hummingbird to raise processing throughput, confirms good gold intercepts

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th September 2018 Aim-listed gold miner Hummingbird Resources will build a second ball mill at the Yanfolila gold mine, in Mali, that will increase plant throughput from 1.2-million to 1.4-million tonnes a year, based on a blend of ore types. Based on 100% fresh ore types, the throughput capacity will increase... 

Large Bridges Showcase Concor Infrastructure Expertise On N2 Road Contract

17th September 2018 Concor Infrastructure has made solid progress constructing and extending more than eleven structures, including two large bridges and four overpass bridges, on the exciting N2 highway upgrade between Mtunzini and Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal. This substantial South African National Roads Agency SOC... 

Tango’s African diamond focus grows

By: Schalk Burger     14th September 2018 TSX-listed Africa-focused Tango Mining on Thursday reported production since January of 941 ct of high-value diamonds from its Oena diamond mine, in the Western Cape. It also reported on progress at further diamond exploration projects in Angola, Liberia and Botswana. 

Ngodwana biomass project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th September 2018 Official site clearing and preparation for earthworks have started at Ngodwana Energy’s biomass power project. 

Professional team toasts success at state-of-the-art brewery

By: Creamer Media Reporter      13th September 2018 Work forged ahead as planned on a fast-track reservoir-construction project for a sophisticated brewery in Sedibeng, Gauteng. Heineken owns more than 70% of the brewery and Diageo the balance of the facility, where millions of hectolitres of premium beers are brewed and bottled for the South... 

Tanzanian integrity pledge regulations lack clarity, cause uncertainty – law firm

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th September 2018 Multinational law firm Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has raised concerns around Tanzania’s new integrity pledge for mining companies, questioning whether it meets international best practice. Since July 2017, the Tanzanian government has introduced significant regulatory reforms to the mining... 

Failure not an option at DCT berth deepening project, says TNPA

By: Shirley le Guern     11th September 2018 Transnet’s R7-billion megaproject to create deeper berths at the Durban Container Terminal (DCT) Pier 2’s North Quay will create some disruption and require close collaboration. However, given that this is the first project to be funded by the Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa's New... 

Engen support advances rapid growth of David Swartz Engineering Services

7th September 2018 Petroleum giant’s Enterprise & Supplier Development fund provides an encouraging stimulus for a South Durban engineering firm. David Swartz grew up hard in the Durban township of Wentworth, where opportunities were scarce. His dreams of becoming an architect, thwarted by the modest financial... 

Engen support advances rapid growth of David Swartz Engineering Services

7th September 2018 Petroleum giant’s Enterprise & Supplier Development fund provides an encouraging stimulus for a South Durban engineering firm. David Swartz grew up hard in the Durban township of Wentworth, where opportunities were scarce. His dreams of becoming an architect, thwarted by the modest financial... 

Feasibility study contractor selected for Mozambique energy project

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     6th September 2018 US-based contractor HDR International has been selected to conduct a feasibility study for a solar energy project in Mozambique. The study will assess the viability of a photovoltaic plant of up to 100 MW, to be developed in increments of 20 MW to 40 MW. 

Site clearing, earthworks preparation starts at 25 MW Ngodwana biomass power project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th September 2018 Official site clearing and preparation for earthworks have started at Ngodwana Energy’s 25 MW biomass power project, in Mpumalanga. The ELB-KCC Consortium on Wednesday said the project will be erected at the Sappi Ngodwana site about 40 km from Nelspruit, next to the N4 highway and is part of... 

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