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Diverse assets for infrastructure in demand 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th August 2017 In the commercial and industrial property development space, as well as its supporting infrastructure, there is demand for high-quality, diverse assets with strategic locations and offering optimal planning and design, says consultancy firm WSP.  

Telematics fleet management solutions guarantee increased profitability

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 When fleet operators are suitably equipped, they are guaranteed to see an increase in profitability as a result of improved fuel consumption, driver behaviour and equipment use while ensuring the safety of their employees and security of their vehicles, says fleet management solutions provider... 

Cybersecurity must be foundation for digital economy, but skills deficit problematic – BMI-T

By: Schalk Burger     17th August 2017 Information technology (IT) security incidents, such as ransomware attacks carried out this year, occasion a large, but reactionary, response from companies and industries; however, this typically happens only after significant damage has been done. “IT security can no longer be an afterthought... 

Atterbury appoints Boshoff as new deputy CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st August 2017 South African real estate developer and investor Atterbury has appointed Armond Boshoff deputy CEO, effective August 1. Atterbury noted in a statement on Tuesday that the creation of the new position and Boshoff’s appointment delivers on the company’s commitment to best practice for attracting,... 

New platform launched to help companies manage risks and continuity plans

By: Schalk Burger     28th July 2017 Corporate governance risk and compliance software firm Cura South Africa has launched a risk-management software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, which provides a subscription-based system for companies to manage their business risks and continuity plans according to international standards. The... 

Leading South African Engineering Firm Partners with Silversoft to Implement Deltek Project Information Management

     27th July 2017 Deltek, the leading global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for project-based businesses, announced today that CKR Consulting Engineers is partnering with Silversoft to implement Deltek Project Information Management (PIM), the industry’s leading enterprise information... 

Junior makes board changes as it pursues European cobalt market

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2017 Australian junior Riedel Resources has made two key board appointments, which the company says will help drive its new direction of securing and developing cobalt and tech-energy metals opportunities in European lithium-ion markets. The ASX-listed firm appointed former Alcoa Europe projects... 

Industrial cybersecurity resilience in focus as attacks increase

By: Schalk Burger     21st July 2017 Effective industrial cybersecurity protection improves the resilience of industries, defends investments in automation and control systems and becomes an asset to manage industrial systems, risks and business continuity, a range of industrial cybersecurity specialists explain. The increased... 

Industrial cybersecurity resilience in focus as attacks increase

By: Schalk Burger     21st July 2017 Effective industrial cybersecurity protection improves the resilience of industries, defends investments in automation and control systems and becomes an asset to manage industrial systems, risks and business continuity, a range of industrial cybersecurity specialists explain. The increased... 

Airborne Drones on patrol – the answer to public safety policing

     10th July 2017 Autonomous drones are set to take over border patrols, crime hotspot monitoring and more, says South Africa’s Airborne Drones Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)s, commonly known as drones, will soon be a common sight over border zones, crime hotspots and city streets, as public safety and security... 

World enters an era of ‘geopolitical recession’

By: Natasha Odendaal     30th June 2017 The world has entered into its first year of "geopolitical recession" since World War Two, where there is a total downturn in politicians being able to deliver to a global scale, resulting in what has been dubbed a G-Zero – a world without leadership and a world characterised by a “growing vacuum... 

To deliver on Africa’s economic growth goals, power supplies must be stable, sustainable and available across the continent.

     27th June 2017 New top of mind issues include sustainability, finding new revenue streams, risk management, asset management and the place for nuclear in the energy mix. Enclosed is a press release, which we hope you will consider. Dr. Willem De Beer, Chairman of the POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa Advisory... 

World enters an era of 'geopolitical recession'

By: Natasha Odendaal     15th June 2017 The world has entered into its first year of "geopolitical recession" since World War Two, where there is a total downturn in politicians being able to deliver to a global scale, resulting in what has been dubbed a G-Zero – a world without leadership and a world characterised by a “growing vacuum... 

Only two board members left at beleaguered PetroSA – report

By: News24Wire      7th June 2017 The Central Energy Fund declined to comment on Wednesday on a report that four of the six remaining board members of PetroSA tendered their resignations. BusinessLive reported that the resignations of now interim board chairperson Wilfred Ngubane, Thami Hlongwa, Johlene Ntwane and Banothile... 

Cape Town to host supply chain jamboree

By: Dylan Slater     2nd June 2017 Supply chain operations management association Sapics will focus on ‘Business Unusual’ for its upcoming yearly Sapics conference and exhibition for supply chain professionals, whereby delegates will be equipped to meet challenges linked to factors such as poor infrastructure and political... 

Column: Koeberg aims to ease Cape Town's water woes through desalination

     29th May 2017 In this article, Koeberg power station manager Velaphi Ntuli outlines initiatives under way at the nuclear power station to reduce water consumption and desalinate groundwater. Cape Town is in a drought crisis, and it is predicted that this will certainly not be the city’s last water crisis. Dam... 

Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa Appoints CEO

     25th May 2017 Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa, a value-added technology distributor of category-leading solutions in Security, Collaboration, Networking, Cloud and Data Centre, has announced that it has appointed Rakesh Parbhoo as CEO of WestconGroup SA, effective 1st August 2017.    Parbhoo will replace Guy... 

ABB opens traction transformer factory 

     18th May 2017 The Global CEO of technology group ABB, Ulrich Spiesshofer, was in South Africa this month to officially open the company’s latest manufacturing investment in the country – a state-of-the-art traction transformer factory in eastern Johannesburg. 

AME welcomes Edie Thome as new president, CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th May 2017 The Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) has appointed outsider Edie Thome as president and CEO of the association, effective from June 19, replacing Gavin Dirom, who leaves to pursue other opportunities. Thome brings a wealth of experience in government relations, permitting and public... 

SA 'working on scrapping visas for all African citizens'

By: News24Wire      15th May 2017 South Africa is working towards allowing all African citizens to enter the country without visas – but at first “trusted travellers” like diplomats, officials, academics, business people and students will be the only ones to benefit. The Department of Home Affairs outlines the steps that will be... 

Preparation; The Key To Strike Protection

     2nd May 2017 In 2014, the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC) delivered on the signing of a Metal Industry Settlement Agreement, which will be in effect until 30 June 2017. The agreement was the result of the 2014 metal workers’ strike, and serves to ensure stable and sound... 

Generator servicing lessens fire hazard risk

By: Johane Turkstra     28th April 2017 Companies need to service generators regularly to lessen the fire hazard risk they pose, says risk management company ASP Fire CEO Michael van Niekerk. “A generators is used only occasionally and is generally ‘tucked away in a corner’, so management tends to forget that it can potentially be a... 

Municipal entity to manage Cape Town Stadium

By: African News Agency      20th March 2017 The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee approved a recommendation to council on Monday, that a municipal entity be established to manage and operate the Cape Town stadium on behalf of the city. “Our goal is to minimise the financial losses of the Cape Town Stadium and to maximise the potential... 

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.  

Early signs pointing to recovery in foundry industry 

By: Simone Liedtke     10th March 2017 With the foundry industry having been under pressure last year owing to very low levels of economic growth, the drought and continuing import leakage, the South African Institute of Foundrymen (Saif) believes that signs to date this year point towards some form of industry recovery. 

Supplier delivers products for chemical conveyance system

By: Nadine James     10th March 2017 Thermoplastic products supplier Astore Keymak – formerly Astore Africa – supplied and delivered several polymer plastic products to assist with the installation of a conveyance system at Omnia Group’s chemical subsidiary Protea Chemicals’ plant, in Wadeville. The project, a result of a... 

First high-speed railway safety standards in South Africa 

     27th February 2017 A high speed railway system may not be on the cards for South Africa in the near future, however, GIBB, South Africa’s leading black owned multi-disciplinary engineering consulting firm, has given the country a head start by developing a suite of safety standards for the construction of such... 

Insurancers adopting more advanced methods

By: Schalk Burger     3rd February 2017 The insurance industry is shifting away from traditional means of insurance towards more evolved methods that rely on advanced technology and new business models to meet the pace of a fast-changing, always-on-and-connected world, says information technology (IT) multinational Wipro South Africa... 

Portia passes another milestone

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     2nd February 2017 The Portia gold mine, in South Australia, has passed another milestone, producing its first 20 000 oz of gold. Owner Havilah Resources on Thursday said this meant that the company had delivered all ounces hedged through spot deferred gold sales under the Investec risk management facility, at an... 

Gold set for best month since June as investors fret over Trump

By: Bloomberg     31st January 2017 Gold climbed back above $1 200 and headed for its best month since June as jitters over Donald Trump’s actions since he took office as US President just over a week ago sent investors scurrying for a haven. Bullion has risen almost 5% in January, partly recouping a 13% loss in the fourth quarter,... 

Procurement benefits most from supply chain digitalisation

     25th January 2017 The digital age has revolutionised the way society consumes and shares information. Within the commercial arena, there is hardly a business function that does not make use of technology to perform even the simplest of tasks. Supply chain has been one of the departments to embrace technology the... 

Former Sars spokesperson 'kept in the dark on rogue unit' 

By: News24Wire      23rd January 2017 Former Sars spokesperson Adrian Lackay claims he was "kept in the dark" when the report probing the so-called rogue unit was handed to commissioner Tom Moyane. Lackay is testifying at a Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) hearing and his legal team has hinted that his... 

Fortescue appoints new CFO

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th January 2017 Iron-ore major Fortescue Metals has appointed Elizabeth Gaines to the position of CFO, replacing Stephen Pearce, who will join diversified miner Anglo American on January 30. Gaines will take up the position of CFO from February 6. 

Bigen Africa appoints Ruan Minnaar as Human Capital and Marketing Director

     17th January 2017 Bigen Africa appointed Ruan Minnaar as Human Capital and Marketing Director. He is a dynamic executive with an excellent academic, business and personal record across a wide range of disciplines. “Ruan is a focused and performance-driven executive with a strategic mind-set and a proven ability to... 

Aon launches solution to help companies respond to Brexit risks

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     10th January 2017 Risk management provider Aon has launched a three-step tool, the Brexit Navigator, to help organisations quantify the impact of Brexit risk exposures, and redesign risk management and risk financing structures. The solution is supported by an interactive tool that presents scenario-based insights... 

Gold Road closes forward sales

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th December 2016 Gold developer Gold Road Resources has closed out its margin gold forward sale facility with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, generating pre-tax profits of A$11.92-million. A total of 50 000 oz, at an average gold price of A$1 791/oz, was secured in support of potential project finance for... 

Southern Africa faces worst drought in decades

By: African News Agency      8th December 2016 Nearly 14-million people in southern Africa are in need of emergency humanitarian assistance as the region faces the worst El Nino induced drought in decades. United Nations (UN humanitarian agencies and partners launched a revised action plan to outlining their response to the needs of an... 

ICMM commits to new tailings dam measures

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     6th December 2016 The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has adopted a range of new measures to manage tailing dams, following the Samarco disaster in 2015, which claimed the lives of 19 people in Brazil. The ICMM in December last year launched a review of the global tailings management of its... 

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