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Research chairs established to assist South African waste sector

By: Simone Liedtke     14th August 2018 The South African waste sector is in desperate need of change, says Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Waste Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) Roadmap Implementation Unit manager Professor Linda Godfrey. Speaking at the launch of South Africa’s first research chairs in... 

Thingstream Names Philipp Bolliger As New CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      13th August 2018 Thingstream today announced the appointment of Philipp Bolliger as chief executive officer. Building on the impressive growth the company has generated since its inception last year, Bolliger is tasked with growing the business internationally and extending applications of the platform to even... 

Minnovare and Northern Star Resources Announce New ‘Technology Collaboration’.

13th August 2018 Minnovare’s ongoing collaboration with industry leading gold miner Northern Star Resources, has led to the announcement of an official ‘Technology Collaboration’ that sees the development and implementation of Minnovare technology across Northern Star’s operations in Western Australia. The... 

Global first from Neo Monitors and RTS Africa - real-time in-situ hydrogen monitoring

10th August 2018 A major boost for petrochemical and refinery process control engineers The reliable in-situ measurement of hydrogen in multiple gas process streams is something that refinery and petrochemical plant process control engineers would like to have been able to do previously, but have never had the... 

Retailer pilots South Africa’s first in-store recycling vending machine

By: Simone Liedtke     10th August 2018 In line with its commitment to achieving zero packaging waste to landfill by 2022, retailer Woolworths has launched the customer trial of an integrated reverse vending machine in its flagship green store, Woolworths Palmyra, in Claremont. This, Woolworths says, is good news for the many South... 

Cape Town changing HID street lights with smart LED technology

By: African News Agency      10th August 2018 The programme to replace high intensity discharge (HID) lamps with light-emitting diode (LED) technology is progressing well, the City of Cape Town said on Thursday. In a statement, the City said it has budgeted approximately R20-million in this new financial year to replace more HID lamps with... 

Fibre optics punted for pipeline monitoring amid major spills in mining and other sectors

By: Nadine James     10th August 2018 Fibre optics were invented to carry huge amounts of voice data over long distances very efficiently, but advancements in optical technology have enabled the use of specialised fibre optic cables as sensors with the ability to measure parameters such as acoustic energy, temperature, strain, and... 

Ongoing waterproofing for Innovation Hub campus

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     10th August 2018 Speciality chemicals manufacturer a.b.e. Construction Chemicals continues to provide large volumes of polyurea coating for the waterproofing of an expansive roof of one of the Innovation Hub campus’ new buildings in Gaborone, Botswana. The project is expected to be completed by the end of the... 

Ovens supplied to varied industries

10th August 2018 Global manufacturer of thermal-processing equipment Thermal Product Solutions (TPS) in July announced the shipment of a custom Gruenberg bench oven to the movable machinery industry. The bench oven is rated for Class B operation in accordance with the NFPA 86 specifications. 

Gender diversity seen as critical to ICT sector’s future growth

By: Natasha Odendaal     10th August 2018 Women’s participation in the high-growth information and communication technology (ICT) industry remains at low levels, with South Africa’s representation far below the global average of less than 30% of women in the sector. Telecommunications giant MTN says that, despite gender diversity being a... 

Jennifer Retief

10th August 2018 This week we profile Jennifer Retief, CEO of Riversands Incubation Hub, which helps to grow and develop black-owned small businesses   

OLI South Africa

10th August 2018 As the world’s top-selling electric and pneumatic vibrator manufacturer, OLI guarantees a high level of customer service through its 19 OLI trading subsidiaries, 36 warehouses and five manufacturing plants worldwide. OLI vibrator motors are distributed in South Africa by the company’s local... 

Global precast-concrete industry takes centre stage as a driver of innovation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 The global precast-concrete industry can lay claim to being a leading driver of innovation in the construction industry. This has been an ongoing process since the lattice girder was harnessed in the 1960s to allow for the first large-scale industrial production of precast-concrete elements. 

Draft charter offers opportunity to improve policy certainty, investor perception

By: Simone Liedtke     7th August 2018 The draft 2018 iteration of the Mining Charter, as well as the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act and social and labour plans amendments expected later this year, offer an opportunity to improve regulatory and policy certainty and, subsequently, investor perception in the South... 

New legal and innovation expertise on board at the Bigen Group

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th August 2018 Dr McLean Sibanda, until recently CEO of The Innovation Hub Management Company (TIH) in Pretoria, has joined the Bigen Group as Executive: Investments and Concessions at its head office located at The Innovation Hub precinct in Pretoria. The Bigen Group is a leading multinational infrastructure... 

Key industry knowledge to be delivered at co-located conferences

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2018 Electra Mining Africa offers further value-add to visitors attending industry conferences, which will be taking place alongside the trade show.   With a heritage to be proud of and backed by 46 years of experience, Electra Mining Africa is ranked as one of the largest mining shows in the world... 

Free-to-attend seminars to share latest industry insights

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2018 Taking place from 10-14 September at the Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg, visitors to this year’s Electra Mining Africa will not only have the potential of engaging with 900+ exhibitors across the inside halls and outside exhibit areas, they will also have the opportunity to attend daily... 

Electra Mining Africa: five days, five themes

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2018 Taking place from 10-14 September at the Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg, leading players in the mining, manufacturing, electrical and power industries are looking forward to engaging with visitors and sharing information on their latest products, services and solutions. “There will be an... 

French backing for Joburg digital content hub

By: Schalk Burger     3rd August 2018 The Ambassador of France to South Africa Christophe Farnaud at the launch of the Digital Content Hub, in Johannesburg, highlighted the cooperation between South Africa and France on innovation, which is one of the economic priorities of France as articulated by French President Emmanuel Macron.... 

SA’s bioeconomy should be multipronged

By: Saliem Fakir     3rd August 2018 The fact that South Africa does not have a White Paper or a holistic bio-economy strategy is the biggest of ironies, given that a vast variety of biological life and biodiversity can be found across the country. This is a sector with the highest labour intensity.   The aggregate value of the... 

PwC suggests reviewing corporate culture to combat economic crime

By: Nadine James     2nd August 2018 Digital innovation and technology have given rise to new attack surfaces for economic criminals and fraudsters, resulting in the rate of instances growing at exponential levels, PwC’s 2018 ‘Global Economic Crime’ survey shows.   The survey, released on Thursday, notes that just under half of... 

Cargo Carriers cements its legacy in powders transportation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 South Africa’s embattled cement producers will continue to focus on improving operational efficiencies to ensure their survival in an extremely cautious economy that has brought many large state-driven civil-engineering infrastructure and private-sector property developments to a grinding halt.... 

Trust creates a competitive advantage for business

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 Business success is dependent on a dynamic network of positive relationships, of which trust is a critical component. Trusting relationships in your business network extend to all your stakeholders – your customers, employees, suppliers, and shareholders. Pyrotec offers an extensive range of... 

CSIR, Gold Yard to scale up industrial development in Africa through partnership

By: Simone Liedtke     1st August 2018 The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Gold Yard International Exchange Service have signed an agreement to contribute to boosting industrial development on the African continent. Gold Yard represents the various provincial bureau of China State Administration of Foreign... 

Report shows Cape Town is Africa’s tech capital

By: Anine Kilian     31st July 2018 A report commissioned by the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi), Wesgro and the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation – with the support of the Western Cape government – has confirmed that the greater Cape Town area, including Stellenbosch, is Africa’s tech capital. The report, compiled by... 

Federal-Mogul Motorparts Presents New Support Program and Champion® Expansion at Automechanika Frankfurt 2018

31st July 2018 New product launches, range extensions, and Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Garage Gurus technical education platform to be featured Federal-Mogul Motorparts announced its presence at Automechanika Frankfurt 2018 on the 11th-15th of September. During the show, the company will present exciting new... 

Durability Underpins Choice Of Apex Strip Curtains By B.T. Enterprises

30th July 2018 Known for providing cutting edge technology, service and innovation to the local food industry, B.T. Enterprises has long recognised the advantages of using Apex General Purpose Strip Curtains at its facilities. Established in 1974 as a supplier of specialised food processing equipment, the... 

Infrastructure challenges Africa Business Forum to provide solutions for Africa’s socio-economic

30th July 2018 The impact of Africa’s current economic status and future growth potential on infrastructure development will be deliberated during the 7th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum (IABF) at the Sandton Convention Centre on the 9th and 10th of October. This event will be attended by prominent... 

Barloworld Logistics breaks new ground

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th July 2018 Barloworld Logistics celebrated a significant milestone in the journey to their new facility. A SOD turning ceremony was hosted on-site, and the teams from all partner organisations were able to get their first real feel of the building to come. The event was a landmark event in the history of... 

Anglo draws line in sand for thermal coal

By: Martin Creamer     27th July 2018 Anglo American has drawn a line in the sand for its thermal coal portfolio. With 14 more years of life in existing assets, the company made it clear this week that it would engage in incremental expansion where it made sense, but not in long-term growth projects. Anglo has halved its footprint in... 

UK-born idea could improve ventilation, cooling in African city buildings

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th July 2018 An idea to retrofit existing buildings in African cities with three-dimensional (3D) printed porous insulation panels to improve liveability and reduce energy consumption for cooling and ventilation has been named the African winner of the Cities for our Future competition run by the Royal... 

MeerKAT highlights importance of funding

By: Rebecca Campbell     27th July 2018 The official inauguration of the 64-dish MeerKAT radio telescope array in the middle of this month was a wonderful landmark in the history of both science and technology in South Africa. It marked the culmination of years of hard work and innovation by South African scientists and engineers, and,... 

Necsa, Rosatom subsidiary partner on nuclear medicine

By: Anine Kilian     26th July 2018 The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) and Rusatom Healthcare, the healthcare division of Russian State-owned nuclear corporation Rosatom, on Thursday signed an agreement to cooperate with each other on nonpower-related uses of nuclear technology. The agreement, which is based on... 

New milestone set at Gamsberg zinc project

By: Martin Creamer     26th July 2018 The completion of the main construction activities and commissioning of the front-end ore crushing, handling and stockpiling system for the Gamsberg zinc mine project in the Northern Cape is seen as a significant milestone. Completed for the Black Mountain Complex – part of the Vedanta Resources... 

ELB Successfully Commission Gamsberg Ore Handling System

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 The completion of the main construction activities and commissioning of the front-end ore crushing, handling and stockpiling system during the month of July 2018 by ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB) and their business partners for the Gamsberg Zinc Mine Project in the Northern Cape for the... 

How Beverages, Beer And Ice Cream Can Improve Access To Life-Saving Medicines In Africa

26th July 2018 If you can get a Coca-Cola - and many other products - nearly anywhere in Africa, why are medicines not regularly available to patients? This was the question posed by Trip Allport, managing director of the Africa Resource Centre (ARC) South Africa, in a thought-provoking presentation at the... 

2018 Metals and Engineering Indaba to contribute in shaping policy

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 Delegates attending the 2018 Southern African Metals and Engineering Indaba at the IDC Conference Centre in Sandton on 20 and 21 September will have an opportunity to influence economic policies that have a direct impact on the businesses they operate. The Indaba, now in its fourth year of... 

Innovation ‘coming out of the lab, into the field’ – Anglo

By: Martin Creamer     26th July 2018 The comprehensive technology and innovation programme being intensively conducted by diversified mining major Anglo American is coming “out of the lab and into the field”, the company told Mining Weekly Online on Thursday, when it reported continued performance improvement in the six months to... 

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