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Hilary Klopper

Daily podcast – August 1, 2008

1st August 2008 In today's podcast: the Big Business Working Group highlights ongoing discussions to accelerate processes towards cogeneration and the introduction of independent power producers, Sasol's Inzalo BEE public share scheme is almost four times oversubscribed, and AngloGold Ashanti has for the first... 

Daily Podcast - July 16, 2008

16th July 2008 In today's podcast: Manuel denies being opposed to industrial policy, as OECD slates the plan, US courts Africa before Doha round meeting and Harmony workers down tools after fatal accidents. 

Daily Podcast - June 3, 2008

3rd June 2008 In today's podcast: local government kicks off a two-day climate change summit, Nersa to hold public hearings to consider proposed Eskom wind farm, and world coal shortfall is expected to last at least two or three years. 

Daily Podcast - April 16, 2008

16th April 2008 In today's podcast: South Africa's President Thabo Mbeki on Tuesday again came under criticism over his perceived denialist stance on the Zimbabwean crisis, with African National Congress treasurer general Matthews Phosa saying he "must listen to" the ruling party's... 

Daily podcast - April 11, 2008

11th April 2008 In today's podcast: South Africa's delegation to the WTO needs to be resilient and dogged in the face of attempts from first world powers to discredit it, South Africa's total mining output falls by 7,3% year-on-year, and tight South African mineral codes are released in Johannesburg. 

Podcast - January 9, 2008

9th January 2008 In this week’s podcast: Harmony Gold appoints Graham Briggs as CEO; South Africa’s mine safety audit gets under way; gold hits a record high and two prominent South African mining executives join an Indian-owned resources company.  

Apartheid-era industrial policy still echoes in key manufacturing sector

19th October 2007 South Africa's chemicals industry, which strongly reflects the apartheid government�s strategic interventions aimed at guaranteeing a supply of liquid fuels during an era of economic sanctions, is among the most important manufacturing sectors in the country. 

Podcast - July 18, 2007

18th July 2007 In this podcast: South Africa’s monthly gold output increases for the first time in nine months; Shifting ore mix hits platinum recovery at Lonmin's concentrators; and BHP Billiton creates a focused uranium unit in a corporate reshuffle. 

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