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Digitalisation could facilitate energy access, efficiency in Africa – panel

By: Marleny Arnoldi     Updated 4 hours ago Digitalisation within the African energy sector is accelerating at a rapid rate, creating demand for innovation and adaptation to new market technologies and the development of new skill sets within organisations, Trade and Industry Policy Strategies executive director Saul Levin told delegates... 

Paramount secures armoured vehicle contract with UAE

By: Nadine James     19th February 2019 South African defence and aerospace company Paramount Group has secured a contract with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for its next generation armoured personnel carrier – Mbombe 4, which was unveiled at defence and security expo IDEX 2019, being held in the Middle East this week.  Manufactured... 

High-flying Amplats sets ‘next wave of strategy’ in motion 

By: Martin Creamer     18th February 2019 Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), which shot the lights out with a set of stupendous cash-splurging, debt-negating, high-dividend-yielding 2018 results, on Monday set its “next new wave of strategy” in motion, which involves extracting the full potential from its operations through people and... 

Clinix brings world-class cardiac facilities to Soweto

18th February 2019 Clinix Health Group, South Africa’s black owned and managed private health care provider has been granted a license from the Gauteng Department of Health to operate a cardiac services facility at its Dr SK Matseke Memorial Hospital in Diepkloof, Soweto. Reflecting on the significance of this for... 

Conlog launches blockchain incubation programme in partnership with Tshimologong Precinct

18th February 2019 Leading smart metering solutions provider, Conlog, has partnered with Wits University’s Tshimologong Precinct to launch an innovative technology programme. With a strong focus on blockchain and smart city solutions, Conlog approached the Precinct to assist in developing and promoting innovation,... 

SA’s First Digital Bank Goes Live In 500 Pick N Pay, Boxer Stores

18th February 2019 TymeBank, South Africa’s first fully licensed digital bank, will go live in 500 Pick n Pay and Boxer stores next week in preparation for the formal launch later this month.  This follows a successful soft launch in December when the Bank went live in 20 Pick n Pay and Boxer stores. Over 50,000... 

Chinese OEM supports Aury Africa with second major visit

15th February 2019 The parent company of Aury Africa, Dadi Engineering Development Group (DDEDG), holds the African market in such high regard that senior management will pay a second visit to South Africa from 13 to 22 February. The aim of the visit is to engage with potential customers in the mining industry,... 

Yashin Brijmohan

15th February 2019 This week we profile Yashin Brijmohan, executive dean for business, engineering and technology at Monash University South Africa Full Name: Yashin Brijmohan 

Event set to dissect the future of African energy

By: Paige Müller     15th February 2019 The eleventh edition of the Africa Energy Indaba – which will take place at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, from February 19 to 20 this year – will focus on the future prospects and direction of energy on the African continent from an energy provision and investment point of view.... 

Boeing reports the first flight of ‘Flying Car’

By: Rebecca Campbell     15th February 2019 US aerospace group Boeing announced on Wednesday, January 23, that its prototype autonomous urban air mobility vehicle had successfully made its maiden flight at Manassas in the US State of Virginia on the previous day. Boeing calls the aircraft a passenger air vehicle (PAV). The maiden flight... 

Cesa optimistic after president’s address

By: Halima Frost     15th February 2019 The 2019 presidential address of industry body Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) president Neresh Pather, which he delivered with cautious optimism, calling for a transparent drive for the betterment of the sector, sent out a strong message about the future of the civil engineering and... 

Organisations need to rethink business models in 4.0 era

By: Natasha Odendaal     15th February 2019 As emerging technologies change the way organisations shape their offerings and service new markets, there is a need to examine how industry 4.0 can be demystified and what it means for Africa’s future. Organisations are starting to rethink industrial architectures and how to optimally harness... 

What the Competition Amendment Bill means for the economy

By: African News Agency      14th February 2019 Cape Town-based intellectual property law Adams and Adams Attorneys on Thursday welcomed the signing of the Competition Amendment Bill into law by President Cyril Ramaphosa.  Ramaphosa on Wednesday signed the Competition Amendment Bill into law which he said will be a boost for SMEs and economic... 

Technology to change the face of Australia’s mining jobs

By: Esmarie Iannucci     14th February 2019 A new report by advisory firm Ernst & Young (EY) has revealed that technological advances will have a significant impact on the Australian resources sector, with some 77% of jobs in the Australian mining sector likely to be enhanced or re-designed due to technology, within the next five years. In... 

Quantum leap as Transportation Components now supplies to OEM Henred Fruehauf

14th February 2019 Transportation Components, a recognised leader in the distribution of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) components to the aftermarket, has taken the quantum leap to a whole new level, with its recent appointment as the supplier of Duroline brake linings to the well-known OEM Henred Fruehauf,... 

Afgri Technology Services partners with UP organisation to foster agri innovation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th February 2019 Afgri Technology Services (ATS) has partnered with the University of Pretoria’s (UP’s) TuksNovation to foster innovation in the agricultural sector. TuksNovation is a nonprofit organisation founded by the university, in partnership with the departments of Trade and Industry and Small Business... 

Electrifying! Wacker Neuson and Kramer at Bauma 2019

13th February 2019 At Bauma 2019, international construction equipment manufacturer Wacker Neuson Group will be taking visitors on an electrifying tour of its vast product portfolio. The zero emission range will be one of the main attractions at the Wacker Neuson and Kramer stand.   “Bauma is and always has been... 

Global acclaim for South Africa’s heart transplant commemorative coin

By: Simone Liedtke     12th February 2019 The South African Mint’s R2 commemorative coin depicting the world’s first successful human-to-human heart transplant received an accolade at this year’s Coin of the Year (COTY), held earlier this month in Berlin, Germany. The sterling silver Crown coin was the second in a series of coins... 

Industry leaders share latest insights at Propak Africa 2019

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th February 2019 From packaging 4.0, to the latest flexographic print trends, from serialization to evaluating the plastics alternatives flooding the local market. More than 20 industry leaders from the packaging, printing, and plastics industries will be sharing their insights into the latest developments and... 

Propak Africa to showcase latest products, technologies and innovation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th February 2019 The importance of packaging and related industries will take centre stage at Africa’s ultimate packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling trade exhibition, which will afford over 600 exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their latest technologies and innovations.    Taking... 

Silent authentication: a seamless customer experience in a connected world

11th February 2019 In a world of increasing connectivity and digitisation, our interactions with devices and services demand highly secure identity authentication for access – and yet signing in with usernames and passwords has never been more disruptive or difficult. Help is at hand, however, as the pace of... 

DST to showcase benefits of using STI in designing future human settlements

By: Simone Liedtke     8th February 2019 With a surplus of drivers for the adoption of alternative and innovative technologies in the built environment, particularly in the human settlements sector, the effective application of science, technology and innovation (STI) can be a transformative instrument in addressing South Africa’s most... 

Collaboration to ensure better understanding of emission standards

8th February 2019 Oils and lubricants company Shell collaborates with a number of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) transport operators to understand the future vision of emission standards set by the manufacturers and various legislation, as well as taking into consideration the challenges that transport... 

Big economic opportunity being missed as ewaste piles up

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th February 2019 The rise in electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) is resulting in a lost economic opportunity of $62.5-billion a year– a value greater than the gross domestic product of most countries – a new report shows. Each year, about 50-million tonnes of e-waste is being discarded – with less than 20%... 

Global and Africa Energy Experts Confirmed to speak at the 11th Africa Energy Indaba

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th February 2019 Leading figures and global experts within the African energy sector will convene in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa at the 2019 Africa Energy Indaba to debate key issues keeping Africa’s energy leaders awake at night.  Discussions will highlight the energy sector’s innovations in Africa,... 

Job creation through local manufacturing

6th February 2019 Approximately 50-70% local content in products would be considered acceptable to the future growth and sustainability of the local manufacturing sector. This is according to Eric Bruggeman, CEO at the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC). In a presentation at the Electra Mining... 

A generation without labels

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th February 2019 According to Vaughan Croeser, brand director for Castle Lager Africa, ‘the main barrier keeping people away from each other is the pervasiveness of labels and stereotypes, and the misconceptions we carry about other people’. To help fix this divide, Castle Lager Africa launched its... 

Expect some tough announcements on Eskom soon – Davies 

By: News24Wire      5th February 2019 Eskom is in deep trouble financially and operationally and South Africa is facing enormous challenges in the electricity industry, Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies said on Tuesday. Davies was a guest speaker at a round table discussion hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry on... 

Weba Chute Mechanism Saves Costs, Downtime At Diamond Mine

4th February 2019 Challenging materials handling applications are the norm for Weba Chute Systems, and the company’s recent solution at a diamond mine in Botswana tackled the issue of large particle sizes to ensure more uptime for the customer’s operation. The mine had been faced with replacing transfer chutes... 

Innovation mining’s biggest challenge – Anglo 

By: Martin Creamer     4th February 2019 The world is standing on the brink of a technological revolution that will result in transformation unlike anything human kind has experienced before, which is making innovation mining’s biggest challenge. “In the next five years, it’s about major step changes in innovation,” Anglo American CEO... 

The Eskom quagmire

By: Saliem Fakir     1st February 2019 As we enter the year 2019, State-owned electricity utility Eskom, once a success story of South Africa's industrialisation programme, is now an albatros around the neck of the National Treasury and hampering the State's efforts to realise the full potential for economic growth.   

Biltong receives gas flush and packaging makeover

1st February 2019 South Africa’s unique and favourite snack, biltong, has received a packaging makeover from equipment manufacturer Safari-Vac, in partnership with modified atmospheric packaging (MAP) specialist Afrox. To give biltong a longer shelf life, industrially produced biltong can now be sold in MAP.... 

‘Scale’ matters in South Africa’s logistics game

1st February 2019 Scale matters to competitive advantage and doing more with less through technology, consolidation and networking enables South Africa-based and -managed freight solutions provider Bidvest Panalpina Logistics’ (BPL’s) larger service offering at a lower unit cost. The concept of scale – the average... 

Power-Gen Africa co-located with African Utility Week

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     1st February 2019 Following the acquisition of event organisers PennWell by event organisers Clarion Energy, this year, the Power-Gen Africa show will be colocated alongside African Utility Week (AUW), creating a truly scaled, end-to-end show encompassing the entire electricity and water value chain. The events... 

IFAT Africa features broader scope

1st February 2019 IFAT Africa, a trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling, will have a broader scope this year, as the event is colocated for the first time with food & drink technology Africa (fdt Africa) and analytica Lab Africa. Presented by international exhibition organiser Messe München, IFAT... 

Hybrid-cloud services offer data control and security

By: Schalk Burger     1st February 2019 Information technology (IT) multinational subsidiary BT Africa’s managed cloud services enable companies to integrate multiple cloud infrastructure providers into one point of consumption, aligning costs and improving agility, as well as ensuring companies retain control over their data. Hybrid... 

Digital trust next cybersecurity model as attacks and protection evolve

By: Schalk Burger     1st February 2019 Organisations will move from zero trust to digital trust cybersecurity models, enabling companies to create digital fingerprints of their employees, improving access to data and applications, and preparing for more mature cyberattack approaches, says information and communication technology... 

Strides made in S Africa’s IP landscape, but more substantial participation required  

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     30th January 2019 The intellectual property (IP) system in South Africa has evolved since 1994, leaving the country with a much better, more inclusive system than before – barring a few constraints, former Innovation Hub CEO Dr McLean Sibanda said on Wednesday. Speaking at a public lecture on South Africa’s IP and... 

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