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Corporation to strengthen partnerships at Indaba

26th January 2018 State-owned financial services provider Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) is keen to deepen partnerships with South African exporters who offer their capital goods and services in international and emerging markets, including in Africa.  

Broadening perspective to keep juniors afloat

27th January 2017 Among those affected by the depressed commodities prices over the past two years, junior mining companies have suffered disproportionately more, says State-owned financial services provider Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) of South Africa, which has assisted several junior miners during... 

Need for greater focus on economic risks

4th November 2016 More scrutiny should be applied to economic risk factors amid contractions in the global mining sector when evaluating new mining projects, as a result of a prolonged downturn in commodities prices and uncertainty in global demand, South African risk insurance provider Export Credit Insurance... 

Energy security key for prosperous copper mines

9th September 2016 The recent prolonged drought in Zambia, home to an energy-intensive copper mining industry, brings the need for additional and diversified electricity production to the fore, as the country has traditionally relied on the hydropower it produced to generate the bulk of its electricity, mining... 
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Plan in place to make up lost time on Western Cape’s R60 and R62 upgrade

The Western cape government has said that a plan is in place to make up for lost time on a Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) contract to rehabilitate and upgrade various sections of the R60 and R62 between Ashton and Montagu through Cogmanskloof. Work on this R583-million contract... 

Eskom to cut electricity supply to Free State municipality

Power utility Eskom said on Friday it was left with no choice but to intermittently cut electricity supply to Free State's Tokologo Municipality after debt repayment negotiations failed. ''After allowing the municipality a grace period to meet Eskom’s terms to settle its outstanding debt of R36... 
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