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Gordhan on getting South Africa’s growth, transformation dynamic right

By: Terence Creamer     24th March 2017 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has again responded to questions about whether his ‘inclusive growth’ narrative is at odds with the ‘radical economic transformation’ vision being espoused by President Jacob Zuma. Addressing businesspeople at a function hosted by Deloitte in Johannesburg on... 

South African Bio-energy Atlas launched to support bio-energy development

By: Keith Campbell     24th March 2017 The South Africa Bio-energy Atlas, launched in Pretoria on Friday, will allow the country to identify opportunities for sustainable bio-energy and be able to achieve much more in terms of developing a 'green' economy. This was affirmed by Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor in her... 

In Search Of A Company With The Most Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Programme For 2016

     24th March 2017 Great companies make for good corporate citizens, positively impacting on their stakeholders and the lives of communities in which they operate.   To celebrate corporate social responsibility by a company in the metals and engineering sector, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of... 

Design Thinking: The X factor in your digital transformation

     24th March 2017 You may have heard about the sword of Damocles, hanging above its target by a single hair. It’s a metaphor often used to describe impending doom, yet this is not the actual meaning. The story goes that a servant was taken by all of a king’s wealth and wanted to partake in that luxury. The king... 

South African in the Mars mix as race to the Red Planet heats up

By: Dylan Slater     24th March 2017 It is 2031 and the next space race has started with the launch of the largest-ever interplanetary space rocket and spaceship carrying four carefully selected astronauts on a mission to establish a human settlement on Mars – a planet that is about 225-million kilometres away. Heading for the... 

Global car manufacturer tests 3D printing for production

     24th March 2017 Automotive manufacturer Ford Motor Company is testing three-dimensional (3D) printing of large-scale car parts using the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D printer at the Ford Research and Innovation Centre in Dearborn, in the US.  

PiA Solar

     24th March 2017 Established in 2012, PiA Solar designs, manufactures and installs mounting systems for the solar photovoltaic industry, including the ContourR+ single-axis tracker and fixed tilt structures. The company also undertakes a full range of projects for the rooftop market.   To date, PiA has installed... 

South African in the Mars mix as race to the Red Planet heats up 

By: Dylan Slater     24th March 2017 It is 2031 and the next space race has started with the launch of the largest-ever interplanetary space rocket and spaceship carrying four carefully selected astronauts on a mission to establish a human settlement on Mars – a planet that is, on average, 225-million km away.  

Downloads of Toolbox App from RS Components exceeds 60,000

     23rd March 2017 Available for iOS devices and Windows PCs, Toolbox App offers wide range of mobile utilities for engineers, hobbyists and students RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, announced that the company’s Toolbox App has reached a... 

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group

     22nd March 2017 • Higher downstream process yields - throughout the pressure range • Accurate flow linearity independent of back-pressure • Simple to replace cartridge technology reduces time and cost for validation Quantum redefines peristaltic pump performance for single-use downstream bioprocessing 

Women Investing in Infrastructure packs a punch for gender equality

     22nd March 2017 Three influential female captains of industry have established Women Investing in Infrastructure (WIiI), a company to fast-track equal gender opportunities in infrastructure development across the African continent. WIiI aims to improve the quality of women’s lives by investing and participating... 

DuPont Performance Materials Announces High-Performance Materials for 3D Printing

     22nd March 2017 DuPont Performance Materials announces participation in the 3D printing industry at the Additive Manufacturing Users Group Conference by showcasing high-performance materials in filament forms of DuPont™ Hytrel® thermoplastic elastomers, DuPont™ Zytel® nylons, and DuPont™ Surlyn® ionomers. Proven... 

Silver Wheaton board recommends name change as it rakes in record precious metals revenues

By: Henry Lazenby     22nd March 2017 The pioneer of the metals streaming mine financing model Silver Wheaton has proposed a name change to Wheaton Precious Metals, to better reflect the fact that an increasing proportion of its revenue is derived from gold. The Vancouver-based company on Tuesday said that, since 2013, it had seen a... 

Innovative Kruger Park surveillance technology stops poachers in their tracks

By: News24Wire      17th March 2017 Two weeks after its introduction in January, the Kruger National Park's wide range surveillance technology, the Meerkat, managed to stop five out of nine detected rhino poaching incidents. "It's almost like the angel on your shoulder that can see where you cannot see and that makes it a lot safer... 

Amid challenges, power sector offers massive opportunities

By: Nadine James     17th March 2017 Although the power and electricity sector in Africa faces massive challenges, it also offers massive opportunities, says Power & Electricity World Africa (PEWA) event organiser Terrapinn.  

Govt’s involvement in promoting energy efficiency needed

     17th March 2017 Government should be more proactive and involved in encouraging energy efficiency, as it lies at the core of sustained economic growth, says the National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA). This, along with the statement that industries and businesses must prepare more... 

UK remains committed to helping research and development in South Africa

By: Keith Campbell     16th March 2017 The British government has assigned up to £35-million from its Prosperity Fund to South Africa. This money will be disbursed over the remaining period of the current UK Parliament (that is, until 2020). This was pointed out by outgoing British High Commissioner to South Africa, Dame Judith... 

Alaris Holdings releases robust interim results for the six months ended 31 December 2016.

     16th March 2017 Local JSE AltX listed technology holding company, Alaris Holdings (Alaris), released their half year results on the 6th of March. The continuing operations performed well in the first half of the period resulting in robust profit growth compared to a slow start in the comparative period. Highlights: 

Barloworld Logistics appoints new CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th March 2017 Industrial engineer Kamogelo Mmutlana has been appointed to take the helm at Barloworld Logistics. He will be responsible for driving further growth in the Logistics business, aligning with Barloworld Group-wide growth ambitions, and will seek to ensure that Barloworld Logistics remains agile,... 

ASSA ABLOY Entrance systems supplies Besam automatic door systems to Rosebank Towers

     16th March 2017 ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems partnered with AOC Johannesburg and Reusable Walling Systems to install five safe, secure and convenient entrance and exit solutions at Rosebank Towers in Johannesburg. Besam door systems present a great entrance and exit solution for businesses such as Rosebank... 

KPMG to take the lead with industry solutions at African Utility Week

     15th March 2017 Generating value and creating agility in the evolving business landscape of power and utilities With the firm’s goal to focus on ‘future proofing’ in an effort to prepare for both foreseeable and  unforeseeable forces that are fundamentally changing the power and utilities industry, KPMG has... 

High-Performance SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES Spectrometer Offers Simplified Operation, Greater Stability and Lower Cost

     15th March 2017 SPECTRO Analytical Instruments, a leading supplier of analytical instruments for optical emission and X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, has introduced the SPECTROBLUE, an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) that sets new benchmarks among compact, mid-range... 

Royal HaskoningDHV Engineering Inspiring Healthcare through Innovation

     15th March 2017 7 March, 2017 World leaders in Healthcare Engineering, Consulting Engineers Royal HaskoningDHV presented a paper entitled ‘Inspiring Healthcare through Innovation, Western Lessons - African Application’ at the South African Federation of Hospital Engineering (SAFHE) and the Clinical Engineering... 

Seifsa In Search Of The Most Innovative Company Of The Year In The Metals And Engineering Sector

     15th March 2017 The company that will have stood head and shoulders above its competitors in the metals and engineering sector when it comes to innovation will be celebrated in Sandton, Johannesburg during a gala dinner at the 2017 SEIFSA Awards for Excellence, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of... 

Parker Hannifin Celebrates 100 Years

     14th March 2017 After a Century of Growth and Innovation, Entrepreneurial Spirit of Founder Art Parker Lives On at This Global Engineering Powerhouse Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, today is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding on March 13, 1917 and... 

Merc SA adds three AMG models to production line in R200m investment

By: Irma Venter     13th March 2017 Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) will, in the second half of the year, add three new derivatives to its production line at the company’s East London plant, in the Eastern Cape. The new derivatives are AMG models, which refers to Mercedes-Benz’s range of high-specification performance vehicles. 

Global agriculture innovators vie for top honours at Future Agro Challenge awards 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     13th March 2017 Two South African innovators in the agriculture industry, Reel Gardening and Meat Naturally, will on Wednesday battle it out against 48 other agripreneurs for the title of Agripreneur of the Year. As part of agriculture innovation hub Future Agro Challenge’s (FAC’s) Global Championships, held in... 

Top iron miners' cash juggernaut set to survive price crash

By: Bloomberg     13th March 2017 The world’s biggest iron ore miners will be able to withstand the expected plunge in prices because their race to cut production costs has dramatically lowered the industry’s margin pressure point, allowing them to keep fueling a cash juggernaut that’s revived the mining sector. More than 90% of... 

Mr Business Executive, are you tired of NO from your IT Department?

     13th March 2017 Digital transformation is accelerating the evolution of business activities; processes; competencies and models to fully leverage digital modernisation and impact across customers strategically. This enables innovation. In the business world, many organisations are bursting with great ideas and... 

A catalyst for innovation, Goldcorp pushes the envelope on technological advances

By: Henry Lazenby     11th March 2017 Canadian gold major Goldcorp is acting as a catalyst to bring innovation into the mining industry, an industry traditionally loathe to adopt new technologies that could ultimately improve the bottom line. As exemplified in its leading role in sponsoring the #DisruptMining competition during the... 

Africa’s first multidisciplinary design school opens in Cape Town

By: Kim Cloete     10th March 2017 Africa’s first multidisciplinary design school has been formally launched at the University of Cape Town (UCT). The Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Thinking, commonly known as the d-school, aims to foster innovation and encourage fresh ways of thinking. 

Research shows high Australian company tax rate is deterring investment

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     10th March 2017 Research conducted on behalf of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has shown that the Australian company tax rate may be detrimental to future capital investment. The report, by tax expert Dr Jack Mintz explains that, with many other countries having reduced their company tax rates to... 

Tech metals supply lagging demand as electric car production increases

By: David Oliveira     10th March 2017 The burgeoning lithium-ion battery market, buoyed by increased demand for and production of electric vehicles (EVs), among other end-uses, is making it increasingly difficult for producers of tech metals such as lithium and cobalt to keep pace with the demand from technology developers. Global... 

Die-caster prepared for next growth cycle in industry

     10th March 2017 An increasing number of car parts such as engine blocks or structural parts are being manufactured from aluminum using high-pressure die casting, says die-casting technology supplier Bühler Die-Casting. 

Frankfurt Airport seeks to increase its business with South Africa

By: Keith Campbell     10th March 2017 Germany’s number one international airport, Frankfurt, is seeking to increase its two-way air cargo trade with South Africa. This was highlighted at a media briefing at the recent 2017 Air Cargo Africa conference in Kempton Park, east of Johannesburg, by Fraport AG’s executive board member and... 

School project dubbed case study in meaningful public–private partnership

By: Schalk Burger     10th March 2017 The high school built and supported by information technology and business systems multinational Oracle, in Kaalfontein, Midrand, was a case study for the department on how to design, build, equip and support schools, said Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga. Speaking at the Ponelopele... 

Tracker sees big data investments adding fleet-management value

By: Schalk Burger     10th March 2017 Vehicle telemetry multinational Tracker is investing in a range of research and development projects, which will provide significant insights and value for a broad range of stakeholders. The projects leverage the large volumes of data and many data streams that Tracker has access to, says Tracker... 

Intel eyes four critical interlinked focus areas of the digital era

By: Natasha Odendaal     9th March 2017 With the world continuing to scratch only the surface of what is possible in the digital era, information and communication technology giant Intel is, this year, narrowing its focus to four key areas it believes will play a critical role in society in future. Intel’s 2017 focus areas include... 

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