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The relationship between the current economic infrastructure assets performance problems in Southern Africa and Proactive Enterprise Asset Management

7th December 2020 An opinion piece by Kolosa Madikizela, Managing Director Pragma The economic landscape in Southern Africa has been on a downward spiral. Even South Africa has lost its status as Africa‚Äôs biggest economy, falling behind Nigeria at the end of 2019. This downward trend is severely impacting... 

Proactive enterprise asset management | Leveraging human potential to improve asset performance

7th December 2020 An opinion piece by Kolosa Madikizela, Managing Director Pragma Enterprise asset management Proactive enterprise asset management is more than just infrastructure and equipment. As humans, we drive the cultural values and behaviour needed to implement maintenance strategies and action the... 

Is a Centralised Enterprise Asset Management system, a pie in the sky for organisations with multi-divisions?

7th December 2020 The case for having a reliability centred maintenance approach has been proven time and time again. Yet, it is one of the most significant physical asset management challenges facing large, diversified organisations today. By sticking to best practices and getting the foundations of asset... 

Increase efficiency and save millions | Combine your facilities and asset management functions

7th December 2020 Julia Phala, Head of Sales and Client Relation Management Are you a manufacturing business struggling to contain the cost of production and upkeep of your physical assets such as buildings and equipment? 
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11 apprehended for torching Limpopo mine offices

Eleven people have appeared in court following an attack at the Palabora Mining Company in Phalaborwa, Limpopo. They were apprehended on Friday night following violent protests in the area, police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said. 

ASM eyes Korean plant start in 2022

A scoping study by ASX-listed Australian Strategic Materials (ASM) into an initial 5 200 t/y metals plant in Korea, has demonstrated the feasibility for the project. The company is hoping to independently produce key critical metals, focusing on rare earths, titanium and zirconium metals,... 
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