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Koeberg participating in development of other desalination projects

By: Kim Cloete     19th February 2018 Apart from its recently announced temporary desalination plant, the Koeberg nuclear power station is working on a range of desalination projects, including a detailed feasibility study with the City of Cape Town on a large-scale desalination plant. If the feasibility study is successful, it will... 

Trio Crushers And Screens On A Roll

     19th February 2018 In the three short years since Weir Minerals Africa acquired the Trio® range of crushing and screening equipment, a strong network of skills and aftermarket services has been built across Africa to support this quality brand. According to Weir Minerals Africa Process Director JD Singleton, the... 

City of Cape Town announces winning bidder for foreshore redevelopment

By: African News Agency      12th February 2018 The City of Cape Town on Monday announced that Mitchell Du Plessis Associates (MDA) have been chosen as the winning bid for the redevelopment of the Foreshore Freeway Precinct, which includes completing the unfinished flyover that has marked the city's skyline for more than 40 years. The City... 

Saliva drug testing growing in popularity

By: Paige Müller     9th February 2018 Since establishing that antiretrovirals (ARVs) cause positive cross-reactions during employee drug testing, saliva testing methods, which circumvent cross-reaction issues, have drastically increased in popularity, says Pretoria-based drug and alcohol testing equipment and accessories company... 

Varaka paper mill PM 2 rebuild, Turkey

By: Sheila Barradas     9th February 2018 Albayrak Group is reinstalling and rebuilding the PM 2, which is a second-hand newsprint paper machine, into a modern, brown-packaging-paper machine. 

Rio Tinto's blowout cash puts dividends and deals in focus

By: Bloomberg     7th February 2018 Rio Tinto Group’s best profit in three years and a record dividend is yet another sign that miners are reaping the benefits of a surge in commodity prices. Yet the sheer size of Rio’s cash flow is starting to raise another question: how else will the world’s second-biggest mining company invest... 

PDAC 2018 Awards Honour Industry Leaders

     29th January 2018 The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is pleased to announce award recipients in seven categories for 2018. These top international and domestic performers will be honoured with a prestigious award in recognition of their excellence. The annual PDAC Awards – now in its 40th... 

Nigeria's 9mobile takeover looms as advisers evaluate bids – sources

By: Reuters     26th January 2018 Barclays Africa is examining takeover bids from five prospective buyers for Nigeria's debt-laden 9mobile, two banking sources said, although a deal may take a few months as it will involve restructuring the company's debt after a default last year. Barclays Africa, appointed by Nigerian banks to... 

Digital transformation in sight

By: Donald Makhafola     26th January 2018 Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has decided to transform from being an airport business that operates technology to a digital business that manages airports. ACSA CEO Bongani Maseko says the implementation of the five-year digital strategy began in 2016 and the company has already piloted... 

Multifunction vibration meter redefines vibration screening

     26th January 2018 Sandton-based distribution centre Comtest is offering electronic test tools manufacturer and distributor Fluke’s latest vibration meter, the Fluke 805, which provides quantifiable information on a bearing and the overall health of motors and other rotating equipment. 

Excellon sees stable Q4 production

By: Anine Kilian     23rd January 2018 Having ramped up production at its Mexico-based Platosa mine, TSX-listed silver miner Excellon removed a major bottleneck and demonstrated stable fourth-quarter production despite dry mining conditions. "We have more work to do though, as we are working through normal course transitional issues... 

Toothpaste ingredient could fight malaria, research shows

By: Reuters     19th January 2018 Research carried out in part by an artificially-intelligent (AI) ‘robot scientist’ has found that a common ingredient of toothpaste could be developed to fight drug-resistant strains of malaria. In a study in the journal Scientific Reports, scientists from Britain’s Cambridge University who used... 

BHP maintains guidance for most commodities, targets 6% volume growth

By: Dylan Slater     18th January 2018 Multinational miner BHP on Thursday kept its full-year production guidance unchanged for all commodities, except metallurgical coal, and said that it would achieve 6% volume growth in the 2018 financial year.  

SA Truck Drivers get free health screening

     16th January 2018 Engen Driver Wellness brought well being to the front seat for South Africa’s truck drivers in 2017 by providing them with free health screenings.   Over 2017, 3 217 truck drivers pulled up their sleeves and took advantage of the voluntary free health screenings on offer, as part of Engen’s... 

Weir Boosts Capacity And Footprint In Africa, Middle East

     15th January 2018 Process solutions is now the focus of Weir Minerals Africa, as it works to bring its growing range of services and products closer to customers in Africa and the Middle East. According to Gavin Dyer, Regional Managing Director of Weir Minerals Africa, the company is investing continuously in both... 

Altura’s lithium project nearing completion

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th January 2018 ASX-listed Altura is nearing the completion of the Stage 1 construction of its lithium project, in Western Australia. The company’s “aggressive” timetable for commissioning and production is on track, with commissioning during the first quarter of this year and first lithium concentrate sales by... 

Firm completes Soweto-based project

By: Simone Liedtke     15th December 2017 The design and construction supervision of roads, stormwater infrastructure and a bridge for the Elias Motsoaledi housing project, in Soweto, were completed last month, states Hatch Africa, Europe and Middle East highways and bridges practice lead, Leon Mbongwa. 

CGS discovers fresh water resource in Beaufort West 

By: African News Agency      13th December 2017 An unprecedented discovery of a fresh water resource has been found in Beaufort West, Western Cape, the Department of Mineral Resources said on Tuesday.  According to the department, the resource was discovered by the Council for Geoscience (CGS), a statutory science council reporting to the... 

Silicosis: we’re close to a deal with the mines, says miners’ attorney

By: News24Wire      12th December 2017 A settlement between thousands of sick gold miners and the mining industry is possible before the end of the year, according to one of the attorneys for the sick mineworkers. More than 100 000 mineworkers and former mineworkers, and their dependants, are claiming damages for contracting silicosis... 

Trade union wins temporary random drug testing victory against Suncor

By: Henry Lazenby     11th December 2017 Unionised workers at Suncor’s Wood Buffalo operations, in northern Alberta, won an important victory last week regarding random drug testing by their employer, Suncor Energy. The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta issued an injunction on Suncor on Thursday, prohibiting the employer from randomly... 

Blockchain set to change transactions, information flow and business processes

By: Schalk Burger     8th December 2017 Trust is the underlying factor supporting financial systems – from the value of currency and financial transactions to public spending. Similarly, trust underpins almost all information transfers, and money is a medium that allows people to ‘communicate’ value throughout an economy, says... 

Blockchain set to change transactions, information flow and business processes

By: Schalk Burger     8th December 2017 Trust is the underlying factor supporting financial systems – from the value of currency and financial transactions to public spending. Similarly, trust underpins almost all information transfers, and money is a medium that allows people to communicate value throughout an economy, says financial... 

The “Kids” Of The MB Crusher Family

     7th December 2017 Waste and residues - once materials to be disposed of - are now transformed by MB into a new source of profit, with significant environmental benefits. Until recently, nobody had thought of this. Then along came MB Crusher, who designed and produced machinery that transforms loaders, skid loaders... 

Agromining may provide new opportunities to extract remaining value from mined land

By: Mia Breytenbach     24th November 2017 With a significant portion of large mineral deposits having been discovered worldwide, and, in many cases, reaching the end of viable economic recovery, phytomining is one option that could be chosen to extract the remaining value from this mined ground, Florida International University... 

Beryl solar project, Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     17th November 2017 First Solar is building an 87 MW wind farm in New South Wales. 

Nigeria, Russia sign nuclear agreements

By: Keith Campbell     10th November 2017 Nigeria has signed agreements with Russia covering the construction and operation of a nuclear power plant (NPP) and a nuclear research reactor and associated research facilities, Russia’s State-owned nuclear group Rosatom has announced. The two countries also signed a cooperation roadmap... 

Double-Header For Concor In SA Best Projects Awards

     9th November 2017 Concor has made a great showing in the 17th annual Construction World Best Projects competition, showcasing excellence in the South African building and civil engineering sectors. Experienced members of the construction fraternity judge the awards, which are hosted by Crown Publications, the... 

Double-Header For Concor In Sa Best Projects Awards

     9th November 2017 Concor has made a great showing in the 17th annual Construction World Best Projects competition, showcasing excellence in the South African building and civil engineering sectors. Experienced members of the construction fraternity judge the awards, which are hosted by Crown Publications, the... 

Engen Driver Wellness 2017 travels to Springfontein

     6th November 2017 Engen Petroleum is launching their annual Driver Wellness programme in Springfontien on November 17th. Truck drivers are invited to receive free voluntary health screenings at the Springfontein Truck Stop, situated on the N1 Highway from 07:00 – 15:00 as part of Engen’s Driver Wellness... 

Driver Wellness visits Kokstad

     6th November 2017 Engen Petroleum is taking their annual Driver Wellness programme to Kokstad in the KwaZulu Natal, offering free health screenings for truck drivers passing through Kokstad.   As part of this initiative, all truck drivers are invited to receive voluntary health screenings at Engen Kokstad Truck... 

MB Crusher Turns Mobile Plants Into One-Machine Operation At Excon 2017

     3rd November 2017 MB Crusher will set a live demonstration with its machines Investment in  infrastructure is nowadays a key aspect for India’s economic growth sustainability and a guideline behind many policy initiatives by the Government of India. This will be the primary point of  Excon 2017, the largest... 

Successful debut for new technology solution on bridge project

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     3rd November 2017 Marking a strong debut in the country, independent international engineering and project management consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV’s new iReport solution has been successfully used for the Vincent Tshabalala Pedestrian Bridge project in Alexandra, Johannesburg. The iReport is an innovative... 

Workshop: The pertraction metal refinery

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th October 2017 Workshop: The pertraction metal refinery. Media Report 11 October 2017 The Focus Area: 

Denver International Airport – Great Hall, US

By: Sheila Barradas     20th October 2017 Denver International Airport plans to upgrade the Jeppesen terminal at the airport. 

BHP on track for 7% volume growth in FY18; guidance intact

By: Henry Lazenby     18th October 2017 The world’s largest mining house BHP Billiton said on Wednesday it remained on track for a 7% volume growth in the 2018 financial year, leaving its full-year 2018 guidance unaltered. The Melbourne, Australia-based miner reported its operating results for the three months ended September 30,... 

EU remains focused on progressive trade policies, transparency

By: Natasha Odendaal     17th October 2017 Transparency, as well as balanced, inclusive and progressive trade policies remain top priorities for the European Union (EU) Commission as it shifts its trade approach in an ever-changing world to harness globalisation fairly. In recent years, global trade has come under immense negative... 

Baobab expansion to cost $53.4m

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th October 2017 Initial studies into an expanded plant at the Baobab phosphate project, in Senegal, has estimated that the project would require a capital investment of $53.4-million to increase nameplate capacity from the current 500 000 t/y to one-million tonnes a year of high-grade phosphate rock... 

Water recovery issue hamstrings throughput potential at Diamcor’s Krone-Endora at Venetia

By: Henry Lazenby     11th October 2017 Borehole water quality and the excessively suspensive properties of the extremely fine kimberlitic clay materials of the Krone-Endora at Venetia project, in South Africa, have conspired to constrain the improved potential throughput, project owner Diamcor Mining of Kelowna, in British Columbia,... 

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