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Digitalisation major topic at railways expo and conference

2nd February 2018 In line with trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT), big data and analytics and machine learning, digitalisation will play a major role in this year’s Africa Rail agenda. The conference will look at the innovative technologies and systems that are transforming the African industry and... 

Technology to shift project relations from adversarial to cooperative

3rd November 2017 Fluctuating global commodity demand and prices, as well as escalating geopolitical risks are causing concern among asset owners and investors, and is resulting in capital projects either being postponed or cancelled in the South African mining industry, states specialist business and project... 

Tech trade between Australia, S Africa can be mutually beneficial

11th August 2017 Owing to the global mining downturn, lower commodity prices are forcing manufacturers and suppliers to expand into international markets to take advantage of more supply opportunities, a wider demand base and favourable exchange rates. 

Mobile solution launched to great effect

21st July 2017 Specialist business and project management consultancy SSG Consulting has introduced its newly developed mobile application (app) for its KEY360 management software. The app was showcased at the Mobile App Launch breakfast in May at the Johannesburg Country Club. 
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Under pressure from Rio Tinto, Quellman quits as Turquoise Hill CEO

Vancouver-based Turquoise Hill Resources announced on Thursday that Ulf Quellman had resigned as CEO, having agreed that it would not be in the best interest of the company for him to continue in his position. Majority shareholder Rio Tinto has reportedly felt that new leadership is needed to... 

Gold ETFs decline 2% in February as commodity price dips

The World Gold Council (WGC) reports that gold exchange-traded funds (ETF) lost 2%, or $4.6-billion, of holdings in February as gold depreciated and interest rates increased. The global gold ETFs lost 84.7 t in the process, marking outflows for the third time in four months, and the seventh... 
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