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Randfontein facelift begins with taxi-rank project

9th April 2004 Empowered property development group Taxiprop, alongside the Gauteng Department of Public Transport, Roads and Works (Gautrans) last week held a sod-turning ceremony on the site of the proposed Randfontein station area, on the West Rand. 

Gauteng auto-supply park officially opened

19th March 2004 South Africa’s Automotive Supplier Park (ASP) at Rosslyn, north-west of Pretoria, was officially opened yesterday by Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa. 

Air traffic firm to scrutinise technical division

18th March 2004 South Africa’s Air Traffic and Navigation Services Company (ATNS) is seeking consultants for a ‘much needed’ study and implementation of an optimum business model for its technical support department. 

New head appointed to lead Khula Enterprises

12th March 2004 South Africa’s Khula Enterprise Finance, the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) business-promotion programme, yesterday announced the appointment of its new MD, Xola Sithole, at a function held in Johannesburg. 

Ecsa seeks nominee for council appointment

10th March 2004 The Engineering Council of South Africa (Ecsa) recently published a notice calling for nominations from the broader public for the appointment of a new council member. 

DRD moves to acquire 100% of Emperor Mines

9th March 2004 South African gold miner Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) yesterday announced that it intends to merge with Australian miner Emperor Mines, after weekend discussions between the two parties. 

Eskom and Nafcoc sign BEE framework agreement

4th March 2004 State-owned electricity utility Eskom and the National Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industries (Nafcoc) yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding at Eskom’s premises, in Johannesburg, outlining a cooperation framework for black economic empowerment (BEE) and business unity. 

NPA set to lease land at Cape Town port

27th February 2004 The National Ports Authority (NPA) has announced through a tender advertisement that it is urgently seeking a tenant to lease some land located at the Port of Cape Town. 

State seeks new construction board members

25th February 2004 Minister of the Department of Public Works, Stella Sigcau, has called for nominations of individuals to form part of the Construction Industry Development Board. 

US launches 'State of Africa' report

17th February 2004 The African Presidential Archives and Research Centre (Aparc) at Boston University, in the US, yesterday launched the State of Africa 2003 report alongside the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAAIC), based at the University of the Witwatersrand, in Gauteng. 

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