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Martin Creamer

Martin Creamer

Martin Creamer is Creamer Media Publishing Editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Next stop DRC

15th February 2002 The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the next country in which Siemens Southern Africa intends establishing a presence, CEO Dr Klaus D 

Southern Africa is group's 10t h-best profit maker

15th February 2002 Measured in euro, Siemens Southern Africa is the twelfth-largest generator of turnover and the tenth-best profit maker of the 50 Siemens companies worldwide. 

Century of medical service now reaching a high point

15th February 2002 Siemens has served South Africa’s hospitals for more than 100 years, supplying the first x-ray system to the Western Cape in 1896. 

R850 000 hearing-aid donation

15th February 2002 The story of Zeph Dlamini is an interesting one. The 43-year-old father of five had worked in Siemens’ electrical installation division for most of his 23 years with the company before branching out as an entrepreneur in 1998. 

Winner of two lighting Oscars

15th February 2002 Often thinking that Siemens only supplies cell phones and telecommunications infrastructure, various other electronic component reliant industries are now seeing that Siemens Components has the range of products to suit many of their design and development needs. 

Corridor plan for Africa

30th November 2001 South Africa’s State-owned rail services company Spoornet intends participating in the development of sustainable rail freight corridors in Africa. 

Women train drivers reflect transformation aim

30th November 2001 Engineering News Editor Transformation is high on agenda of Spoornet’s GM Specialist Businesses. That is why Tshidi Nyama is happy to report the increasing incidence of women train drivers, the facilitation of black economic empowerment by the coal line, iron ore line, Shoshaloza Meyl and... 

A R300m wagon tagging project

30th November 2001 A R300-million technology project is under way to boost the efficiency of general freight rail service. 

Role of the company strategist

30th November 2001 Mvelaphanda’s executive director of strategy Sivuyile (“Mikki”) Xayiya has had a long association with founder Tokyo Sexwale. 

Importance of political correctness

30th November 2001 Bernard van Rooyen is acutely aware of the importance of political correctness. He worked for a company in South Africa which was UK owned until 1971for more than 40 years and bore the full brunt of not being regarded as being politically correct by the government of the day. 


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