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Port Elizabeth manganese export terminal to be transferred to Port of Ngqura

By: Anine Kilian     12th January 2018 State-owned Transnet has confirmed that its manganese export facility at the Port of Port Elizabeth will be transferred to the neighbouring Port of Ngqura by October 2023, where the commodity will continue to serve as an important catalyst for economic growth and development. During a site visit... 

Increasing demand for variable-speed drives

By: Simone Liedtke     24th November 2017 Following the successful commissioning of two MoviDrive B ventilation and air conditioning variable-speed drives (VSDs) at an underground mine in the North-West, in South Africa, drive engineering specialist SEW-Eurodrive South Africa will commission an additional four of its MoviDrive B drives... 

KSB Pumps & Valves

     27th October 2017 East Rand-headquartered KSB Pumps & Valves is an original-equipment manufacturer of technologically advanced pumps, valves and related products for the water, sewerage, chemicals, petrochemicals, mining and building services sectors, among others. Since its establishment in 1959, the company has... 

Building presence in East Africa through Tanzanian office

     13th October 2017 Drive engineering specialist SEW-Eurodrive is adding to its existing presence in Tanzania, its main hub in Eastern Africa, by opening a new office in Kenya and starting a recruitment drive in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). SEW-Eurodrive’s Tanzanian branch, in Der Es Salaam,... 

Nelson Mandela Bay chamber says 19.9% power hike would be ‘crippling’

By: Terence Creamer     15th September 2017 The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has expressed extreme disappointment with Eskom’s application for a 19.9% tariff increase from April 1, 2018, warning that such a hike would be “crippling” to business and the economy. Should the increase be approved it could translate to a 27.5% municipal... 

South Africa has insufficient skills for development of a shale gas industry

By: Anine Kilian     1st September 2017 There are insufficient skills in South Africa to support the development of a shale gas industry, South African National Energy Association secretary general Dave Wright said at a national shale gas conference, in Port Elizabeth, on Friday. He noted that the country had a small and limited... 

Government certainty needed for successful shale gas exploration in South Africa

By: Anine Kilian     1st September 2017 Government must make a clear-cut decision on whether or not to proceed with shale gas exploration in the Karoo, University of Cape Town Institute of Marine and Environmental Law's Professor Jan Glazewski said on Friday. Speaking to Engineering News Online on the sidelines of a national shale gas... 

Gas vital to South Africa’s energy mix

By: Anine Kilian     31st August 2017 All countries face energy challenges and must manage this by improving energy security and economic development, without compromising sustainable development, Department of Science and Technology (DST) director-general Dr Phil Mjwara said on Thursday. He pointed out that sub-Saharan Africa was... 

Fracking a potential 'game-changer' for South African economy - ASSAf professor

By: Anine Kilian     31st August 2017 Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) could be a “game-changer” for South Africa’s economy, Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) VP Professor Barney Pityana said on Thursday. Addressing delegates at a national shale gas conference, hosted by ASSAf in partnership with the Department of Science and... 

Himoinsa

By: Zandile Mavuso     22nd August 2017 As a global corporation that designs, manufactures and distributes power generation equipment globally, Himoinsa adds incomparable application and engineering know-how, excellent design and service capabilities, delivering value beyond the equipment it produces. 

Grassroots shareholders celebrate black-controlled manganese mine’s R300m dividend

By: Martin Creamer     29th June 2017 Against the background of rising calls for radical economic transformation in South Africa’s mining sector, particularly transformation that benefits the country’s communities, grassroots shareholders of the black-controlled Ntsimbintle were last week able to celebrate the Northern Cape manganese... 

Norman Banks

By: Martin Creamer     21st April 2017 This week we feature Norman Banks, the CEO of Southern Mapping, a company that conducts aerial surveys and gathers satellite data. 

Fewer potholes on road ahead for vanadium, chrome, manganese

By: Robyn Wilkinson     27th January 2017 It has been a challenging three years for the South African mining sector, particularly for ferroalloy producers. Several producers have reduced their output, while others have either entered business rescue or have been forced to close completely, says metals, minerals, carbon and chemicals... 

New laboratories opened based on demand

By: Kimberley Smuts     20th January 2017 Oil and fuel analysis expert WearCheck has shown considerable growth in Africa in 2016 establishing three new laboratories around the continent’s mining hotspots, a move largely driven by demand from mining operations looking to cut operational costs. As a result of this expansion, the company... 

KSB Pumps and Valves

     21st October 2016 Headquartered on the East Rand, KSB Pumps and Valves in an original-equipment manufacturer of technologically advanced pumps, valves and related products for sectors including water, sewerage, chemicals, petrochemicals, steel, mining, energy and building services. Since 1959, the company has... 

iX Engineers – an Enterprise Development success story

     19th September 2016 An active participant in the transformation of South Africa, project delivery and engineering consultancy WorleyParsons RSA has demonstrated that Enterprise Development can be successful, as attested to by the creation of iX Engineers (Pty) Ltd, a 53% black-owned consulting engineering company... 

Dachser South Africa 

     14th September 2016 Dachser South Africa brings both local expertise and global coverage to address logistics needs, offering its customers across different sectors a range of supplementary services such as customs clearance, warehousing and distribution.  

Arint South Africa  

     13th September 2016 Arint South Africa is a South Africa-based international professional engineering services company, originally established in 2002 in Lyon, France. Since then, Arint has expanded worldwide with its customers and their needs. The South Africa head office is now in Centurion, Gauteng, though the... 

SEW-Eurodrive 

     12th September 2016 SEW-EURODRIVE is present wherever there is motion. SEW-EURODRIVE gear units and motors have always set the trend, establishing new standards in drive technology.  

Manitou Southern Africa 

     12th September 2016 With over 60 years of global experience, Manitou remains at the forefront of equipment design, offering telehandlers, forklifts, access platforms, skid steer/track loaders ... 

Submersible wastewater pumps offer considerable motor power

     9th September 2016 Global pumps and valves manufacturer KSB Pumps & Valves launched its range of Amarex KRT submersible motor pumps in May, which it says offers the highest standard motor power available on the market today. 

Konecranes

     26th August 2016 Konecranes, a world-leading manufacturer of cranes and hoists operating in 54 countries, provides productivity-enhancing lifting solutions. Established in Finland in 1933, the company supplies a wide range of cranes and hoists for manufacturing and process industries, shipyards, ports and... 

Universal Storage Systems

     26th August 2016 From its head offices at 6 Kruger road, Strijdom Park, Johannesburg, Universal Storage Systems offers steel racking, shelving and mezzanine storage solutions to the national and international markets.  With branches in Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Nelspruit, Universal Storage Systems’... 

Chemvulc

     26th August 2016 Established in 1977, Chemvulc manufactures and distributes a range of industrial rubber products for mining and industrial applications, as well as tyre repair products, tyre accessories and equipment for tyres, specialising in off-the-road tyres (OTR) and retreading. Chemvulc’s industrial rubber... 

Supacrush Powers Its Way Into The Hexagon

     1st August 2016 EFC is proud to announce that SupaCrush, South Africa’s leading mining mobile crushing company, has joined EFC as an official partner. The partnership will kick-off thisFriday at EFC 52 in Cape Town, where SupaCrush will prominently feature across the EFC platforms - throughout the TV broadcasts,... 

Former mineworkers to get integrated support in claiming unpaid benefits

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th July 2016 An improved integrated process to aid former mineworkers battling with pension and provident fund claims would be rolled out across major historical mine labour sending areas following the conclusion of a pilot project in the Eastern Cape earlier this week. The Department of Planning, Monitoring... 

TFR moves record 1.05Mt of manganese in May

     8th June 2016 Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) moved a record 1.05-million tons of manganese in May – a new monthly record – as a result of an improvement in operational efficiencies and an upturn in market conditions. “The record-breaking performance is due to a significant improvement in efficiencies across the... 

Water taken from Sterkfontein still not replaced – Muller  

By: Martin Creamer     12th May 2016 Water extracted from the Sterkfontein dam had still not been replaced, six months after officials promised that it would be, Wits School of Governance visiting adjunct professor Mike Muller has pointed out. Speaking at this week’s South African Institution of Civil Engineering Civilution... 

Push to supply longer-term lodgings  

By: Malusi Mkhize     24th March 2016 Housing and building construction system company Moladi believes mining companies, which are currently dealing with the commodities downturn, should invest in longer-term building solutions for the purpose of on-site accommodation, as opposed to more traditional prefabricated modular buildings.... 

Konecranes – 106 years on

     2nd February 2016 Konecranes, today one of the top crane and hoist companies in the world, started off from humble beginnings in an old stable in the suburbs of Helsinki, Finland, in 1910. The history of the company is a rich and varied one, with the company growing into a major player in the world’s crane... 

Nersa gears up for national hearings into Eskom’s R22.8bn clawback claim

By: Terence Creamer     11th January 2016 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) will host public hearings between January 18 and February 5 on Eskom’s application to claw back R22.8-billion through the Regulatory Clearing Account (RCA) mechanism of the electricity tariff-setting methodology. The State-owned utility has... 

Water: Decide now on Lesotho 2, acid mine drainage projects – Prof  

By: Martin Creamer     3rd December 2015 The Cabinet Ministers responsible for approving the second phase of the Lesotho Highlands Water Scheme should be asked to explain why this important project is being delayed – and should also be pressed to take decisions on acid mine drainage (AMD) projects as new sources of short-term water. In... 

Operation Phakisa advancement emphasised

     27th November 2015 Government’s Operation Phakisa, which is expected to unlock the economic potential of South Africa’s oceans and, thereby, advance offshore oil and gas exploration, “should be implemented without much delay”, notes the Coega Development Corporation (CDC), whose industrial development zone (IDZ) in... 

Jib Crane Conserves Marine Life

     25th November 2015 A Condra jib crane installed on a small island off the South African coast is rendering sterling service to ornithological teams visiting and conserving marine bird colonies which nest and breed there. Installed with a motorised 360-degree slew on Bird Island, eight kilometres offshore from Woody... 

Hydraulic solutions provider opens cylinder repair facility

     13th November 2015 Local hydraulic solutions provider Genflex Hydraulics opened a hydraulic cylinder repair division at its factory in Alrode South, in Alberton earlier this year. Previously located in Pretoria, the company decided to relocate its repair division to larger premises owing to an increase in demand... 

Nosipho Siwisa-Damasane

By: Martin Creamer     30th October 2015 This week we feature Nosipho Siwisa-Damasane, the CEO of the Richards Bay Coal Terminal, who manages R11-billion worth of assets capable of handling 91-million tons of export coal a year. 

KSB Pumps and Valves

     23rd October 2015 East Rand-headquartered KSB Pumps and Valves has been in operation since 1959, manufacturing a range of pumps, valves and related systems for sectors including water, sewerage, chemicals, petrochemicals, steel, mining, energy and building services. Most of the products are manufactured under... 

Cape Orchid merchant vessel arrives in Saldanha for Kumba Iron Ore

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     25th September 2015 The first merchant vessel to be registered under the South African flag since 1985 arrived in Saldanha Bay this week to transport 170 000 t of iron-ore from mining giant Anglo American company Kumba Iron Ore’s  Sishen mine, in Kathu, the Northern Cape, to China. The Cape Orchid, a 300-m-long,... 

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