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Danakali to short-list mining contractors for Colluli

5th April 2017 Potash developer Danakali has completed the expressions of interest process for mining contractors at its Colluli potash project, in Eritrea, saying the contract tendering process will start shortly. The company received expressions of interest from mining contractors in Australia, South Africa... 

Ranked top engineering and construction company for sixth year in a row

23rd February 2017 IRVING, Texas announced today that the company was named by FORTUNE magazine as the top-ranked engineering and construction company in its 2017 World’s Most Admired Companies list. It is the sixth year in a row Fluor has earned the top designation among its peers in the engineering and... 

Fluor clinches $700m Guinea bauxite mine management deal

7th February 2017 Engineering company Fluor Corporation has been contracted by Emirates Global Aluminium’s wholly-owned subsidiary Guinea Alumina Corporation (GAC) to manage the development of a 12-million-tonne-a-year bauxite mine, in Guinea. The $700-million contract will also see Fluor manage the mine’s... 

Amtec

27th January 2017 Witbank-based Applied Mineral Technologies (Amtec) specialises in the construction of materials handling systems and processing plants. “Amtec is especially proficient and experienced in brownfield and shutdown construction activities having successfully undertaken many ‘difficult’ projects in... 
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New-look procurement rules punted as possible transformation game changer

Major reform of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) regulations, which came into effect last month, has been held up as a key tool in driving radical economic transformation in South Africa by providing greater opportunities for small, medium-sized and microenterprises... 

Stellenbosch municipality announces tougher water restrictions

The Stellenbosch municipality will also introduce Level 4 water restrictions from June 1, with exemptions available on application for the town's important agricultural and nursery industries, it announced on Thursday. This is after Western Cape Premier Helen Zille declared a drought disaster in... 
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