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Daphne Mashile-Nkosi

By: Martin Creamer Main Activity of Company: Manganese mining, sintering and planned smelting Date and Place of Birth: 1958, Pilgrim’s Rest, Mpumalanga Education: Sekano Ntoane High School, Soweto, (I did not complete matric in 1976 – I was a member of the Class of ’76 that took part in the epoch-making student... 

Nonexec directors resign as Gold Fields restructures board

By: Creamer Media Reporter Three nonexecutive directors have voluntarily resigned from the Gold Fields board following a decision to reduce the number of board members from 12 to 9, in light of the current low gold price and the high-cost operating environment. Delfin Lazaro, Roberto Dañino and Rupert Pennant-Rea agreed to... 

Miscellaneous

By: Asha Ramsaran Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Miscellaneous

By: Asha Ramsaran Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

13/07/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer A rebirth of gold mining is on the cards thanks to new world-first South African technology; South Africa and Lesotho have signed a new treaty that has far-reaching water and electricity implications; and Tshwane this week became the fifth South Africa city to construct a bus rapid system. 

Company Announcement: Resource Employment Specialist Launches new Information Service

Award winning Australian resource industry employment news specialist The Resource Channel has launched a new service that will further assist those looking to learn more about work opportunities in the country’s mining and petroleum sectors. 

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Company Announcement: Australian Resource Sector employment website wins National Award

Recognising a critical need for better communication between industry and potential employees has led a West Australian-based online employment information website for the Australian Resource Sector to receive its second national award since the company’s inception in 2010. 

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Company Announcement: ABB wins $43 million power order in South Africa

Attached please find a press release on: ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth $43 million from Eskom, South Africa’s leading electric utility, to supply medium-voltage switchgear as well as protection and SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition)... 

Real Economy Report

This is the Real Economy Report. Our top stories this week: electric car Joule can unlock the battery industry in South Africa; African Rainbow Minerals warns of South Africa's logistics ineptitude; and, the wheels start turning on the Bus Rapid Transit system. 

Company Announcement: Rea Vaya rollout will continue

Attached please find a press release on: The City of Johannesburg remains committed to providing a world-class public transport system for its commuters, of which the BRT forms an essential part.  

Real Economy Report

The first phase of the Rea Vaya bus rapid transit system; South Africa's largest iron-ore producer has outperformed the mining industry with an astounding set of financial results in the eye of the global economic storm; and, the world's largest platinum company, Anglo Platinum, is traditionally... 

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Miscellaneous

By: Site Administrator Tenders arising from a range of sectors  

Real Economy Report

By: Creamer Media Reporter This is the Real Economy Report. Our top stories this week: South African mine protected vehicle plant is geared for growth, Impala Platinum targets a 45 MW power reduction and, South Africa's first bus rapid-transit system is to be operational by May 2009. 

Daily podcast – August 20, 2008

By: Shannon de Ryhove In today's podcast: 143 new buses will move along the Rea Vaya BRT system for the Confederation Cup in 2009, PetroSA will appoint an engineering partner for the construction of its planned crude oil refinery at Coega at the beginning of October and, Pan African Resources expects output from its... 

Gold producer advancing in Africa

By: Loni Prinsloo AIM-quoted gold producer Goldplat reports that its gold recovery plants are performing well and ahead of management expectations, with production and revenues steadily increasing. 

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Tenders arising from a wide range of sectors 

World's most profitable gold company

By: Marius Roodt Ian Cockerill has been integrally involved with Gold Fields' rise to global status in the past four years. 

World's most profitable gold company

By: Marius Roodt Ian Cockerill has been integrally involved with Gold Fields’ rise to global status in the past four years. He has been significantly influential in Gold Fields’ remarkable advance as South Africa’s largest gold-mining company by market capitalisation and its new current status... 

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