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Atlas Copco product and training sponsorship empowers informal mechanics

     13th July 2017 Atlas Copco South Africa (Pty) Ltd has for the past five years been a proud supporter of the Filpro enterprise development programme, an inspirational initiative that empowers and upskills informal mechanics to become active participants in the country’s formal mainstream economy. Social... 

Four nabbed for connection to rhino poaching

By: African News Agency      11th July 2017 Four people were arrested in KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga in connection with rhino poaching and a rhino horn was seized, the police said on Tuesday. Spokesperson, Lieutenant-Colonel Katlego Mogale, said that members of the rhino project team and the Nelspruit K9 Unit arrested four people between... 

Need for industry growth must be recognised

By: Robyn Wilkinson     31st March 2017 More favourable economic conditions for sugar cane production and processing need to be fostered in South Africa to protect and grow a sector that contributes an average R12-billion to the economy and provides about 350 000 jobs in the country, say industry associations the South African Cane... 

Commission welcomes Tribunal’s settlement agreement confirmation for Blinkwater

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th March 2017 The Competition Tribunal has confirmed a R10.1-million price-fixing settlement agreement between Mpumalanga-based maize milling firm Blinkwater Mills and the Competition Commission, to be paid in three instalments within a year. Blinkwater has agreed to pay the fine, representing 5% of its 2007... 

Milestone for Two Rivers as PGM production surpasses 400 000 oz/y

By: David Oliveira     3rd February 2017 Mpumalanga-based Two Rivers, a joint venture between diversified miner African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) and platinum producer Impala Platinum (Implats), reached an important milestone last year, producing more than 400 000 oz of platinum-group metals (PGMs) for the first time since the mine started... 

Company earns electric motors certification

     27th January 2017 Mpumalanga-based armature winding specialist Mokse Engineering Enterprises, has earned engineering consultants and equipment supplier SKF’s highly respected Rebuilder: Electric Motors Certification following a stringent audit in September last year. Mokse Engineering Enterprises explains that... 

Khanyisa coal-fired power project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     4th November 2016 An ACWA Power-led consortium plans to build a coal-fired power plant using circulating fluidised-bed technology. 

Keaton Energy coal delivery down owing to reception constraints

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     14th October 2016 Mpumalanga-based coal miner Keaton Energy on Friday reported a 4%, or 52 372 t, drop in washed 2- and 4-Seam thermal coal delivered to Eskom in the half-year ended September 30. The company, spearheaded by CEO Mandi Glad, explained that the volume drop in its delivery of 139-million tonnes could... 

Bold EC macadamia nut project unlocks opportunity in the rural space

     6th September 2016 The Amajingqi rural community in Willowvale is set for a major socio-economic transformation when 300 hectares earmarked for macadamia plantations is completed in April 2017. Spearheaded by East Cape Macadamia (ECM), the project is the second macadamia growing site in the Eastern Cape’s coastal... 

Renewable sugar extraction demonstration plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     5th August 2016 The plant will also be used to improve the dissolving-wood-pulp manufacturing process. 

Pan African expects H1 earnings to soar

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     2nd August 2016 Pan African Resources expects its earnings a share for the financial year ended June 30, to be between 157% and 177% higher than the 11.48c it reported for the previous financial year, owing to robust operational performances from its Mpumalanga-based mines. The gold miner expects headline... 

Hold off nuclear until current projects are complete, Outa urges Eskom  

By: Creamer Media Reporter      28th July 2016 The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) on Thursday urged State-owned power utility Eskom to complete its currently-under-construction Medupi, Kusile and Ingula power stations before embarking on any new mega power station projects, particularly nuclear projects. Outa spokesperson Ted Blom... 

Township tourism remains untapped

By: Sydney Majoko     24th June 2016 Tourism in South Africa remains an untapped market. Yes, there are tourist destinations like Cape Town, KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga but, as a country, we are barely scraping the barrel when it comes to cashing in on tourism generally and township tourism, in particular. The township economy... 

Sugar cane production declines by more than 16.3% y/y

By: Samantha Herbst     15th June 2016 As a result of the ongoing countrywide drought, South African cane production declined during the 2015/16 season by more than 16.3% to 14.81-million tons, following an 11.4% reduction recorded in the previous season. “The decrease will impact on the sustainability of the rural economy in both... 

KiPower independent power producer plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     20th May 2016 A draft environmental impact report for the proposed construction of two loop-in loop-out 400 kV power lines to connect the KiPower independent power producer power plant to the Eskom grid has been released. 

Industries benefit from high-pressure steam valves supply

By: Simon Sonnekus     13th May 2016 Mpumalanga-based valve suppliers Bilfinger Intervalve Africa, a subsidiary of Bilfinger Power Africa based in Rivonia, is supplying high-pressure (HP) steam valves to the power, and petrochemicals industry and becoming more active in supplying the mining industry. 

Majuba rail project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     29th April 2016 The project involves the construction of a railway line that links the Majuba power station to the main coal railway hub in Ermelo, Mpumalanga. 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     15th April 2016 Work is progressing at the project. 

Lily mine enters business rescue, Solidarity reacts to move

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th April 2016 Gold miner Vantage Goldfields, which operates the Mpumalanga-based Lily mine where three miners have been trapped underground since February 4, has announced that its subsidiary MIMCO, which owns the mine, officially entered business rescue on Thursday. In a statement released on Thursday, the... 

Majuba rail project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st April 2016 The structures and earthworks at Eskom’s Majuba rail project are 98% and 96% complete respectively. 

Dubai firm to establish ‘largest’ asset in South Africa

By: Natasha Odendaal     30th March 2016 Dubai-based Centaur Group, which has completed the acquisition of two South African coal prospecting rights near Ermelo, is preparing to develop them into the global investment holding company’s largest single asset. The proposed Mpumalanga-based De Roodepoort mining project, which would become... 

New plan in place to recover Lily mine container

By: Anine Kilian     10th March 2016 Vantage Goldfields on Thursday announced at a media briefing that it would use a new and safer entrance route to approach the container at its Mpumalanga-based Lily mine, where three miners have been trapped underground for over a month.  The container fell prey to a sinkhole collapse that took... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th February 2016 Work is progressing at the project. 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     12th February 2016 ABB is on schedule to complete the automation for the first 800 MW generating unit at Eskom’s Kusile power station. 

Majuba coal Silo 20 rebuild project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     29th January 2016 The contract for the restoration of the Majuba coal silo, which collapsed on November 1, 2014, and triggered an intense phase of load-shedding, has been placed. 

Majuba rail project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th January 2016 About 40% of the Majuba rail project has been completed. 

Govt has lost control over teacher appointments - Motshekga

By: News24Wire      17th December 2015 Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Thursday admitted that government had handed control of appointments of teachers and principals to corrupt officials. She said she was saddened to inform the media that half of her department's appointment system was controlled by unions. Motshekga... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th December 2015 Multidisciplinary construction and engineering group Aveng Grinaker-LTA is making good progress on the construction of the balance-of-plant mechanical works at the Kusile power station. 

KiPower independent power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     27th November 2015 The project involves the construction of the 600 MW KiPower coal-fired independent power plant near Delmas, in Mpumalanga. 

Joest Kwatani Fulfills Coal Sector’s Need For Sustainable Solutions

     10th November 2015 Locally owned and operated vibrating equipment specialist Joest Kwatani remains focused on delivering sustainable, engineered-for-tonnage mining solutions to one of the mining industry’s most significant sectors – coal - which will remain the primary source of energy across the globe for decades... 

York Timbers biomass plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     30th October 2015 York Timbers plans to build an electrical biomass power plant at its timber plant, in Mpumalanga. 

Nxesi encourages students to become entrepreneurs

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     6th October 2015 There are still many opportunities for South Africa’s black high school learners to find jobs in future, both in the public and private sectors, provided that the learners apply discipline and commitment to study, Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi said on Tuesday. Speaking at the Construction... 

PPC expects growth in cement demand, despite current conditions

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     23rd September 2015 Aggregate products manufacturer PPC estimates that between 2016 and 2020 an additional 2.4-million tons of cement will be required to meet the forecast demand, which is set to outpace growth in gross domestic product. It believed that by 2020, demand in cement would be between 16-million tons and... 

Livelihoods hang in the balance as drought hits South African sugar yields 

By: Tracy Hancock     11th September 2015 South Africa’s sugar industry is in a dire state as it is experiencing the worst drought since 1992 as the dry spell grips the eastern and central parts of the country, with cane yields expected to drop by six-million tons in the 2015/16 season, leaving many farmers, big and small, and... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     11th September 2015 Eskom expects the first 800 MW of power from Kusile to come on line from August 2017. 

Livelihoods hang in the balance as drought hits South African sugar yields

By: Tracy Hancock     11th September 2015 South Africa’s sugar industry is in a dire state as it is experiencing the worst drought since 1992 as drought grips the eastern and central parts of the country, with cane yields expected to drop by six-million tons in the 2015/16 season, leaving many farmers, big and small, and farmworkers... 

Majuba coal Silo 20 rebuild project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th August 2015 The rebuild project includes reinstating Silo 20, as well as strengthening silos 10 and 30 and all supporting systems. Eskom aims to award the contract by December 1. 

Quality expansion joints essential for efficiency

By: Dylan Slater     31st July 2015 The quality of materials used in fabric expansion joints cannot be compromised as they perform a critical role in the combustion process, says expansion joints manufacturer Flextra Engineered Products. 

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