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Kwatani

With over 15 000 units across 35 countries, Kwatani is the leading supplier of custom engineered and manufactured vibrating equipment to meet all feeding and screening requirements and customer footprints.   All its vibratory equipment is engineered and manufactured in-house at its 17 000 m2 heavy fabrication facility located in Johannesburg.  Kwatani is ISO 9001:2015 certified with all its designs subjected to Finite Element Analysis and rigorous testing in its in-house testing facility. Kwatani is a 43-year old,  51% black female owned and Level B-BBEE 1 accredited company.

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Exxaro sets out to improve the streets of Belfast

By: Marleny Arnoldi     23rd October 2020 JSE-listed diversified miner Exxaro Resources on October 23 held a sod-turning ceremony in Belfast, Mpumalanga, to mark the start of its rehabilitation of the town’s streets and associated stormwater management systems. As part of Exxaro’s commitment to local economic development, the objective... 

On-The-Air (23/10/2020) 

By: Martin Creamer     23rd October 2020 South Africa’s biggest mechanised gold mine is expecting to get approval to generate its own electricity before year-end; The decision of the Cabinet to impose a tax on the export of raw chrome will bring essential relief to our important but struggling ferrochrome industry; and there is growing... 

Nkomati Anthracite placed into business rescue

By: Marleny Arnoldi     21st October 2020 JSE-listed investment company Unicorn Capital Partners (UCP) has advised that its subsidiary, Nkomati Anthracite, has entered into business rescue. Daniel Terblanche has been appointed as the business rescue practitioner.  

Massive grid investment needed to unlock IRP’s 30GW-by-2030 vision 

By: Terence Creamer     20th October 2020 State-owned electricity utility Eskom is warning that a significant and accelerated expansion of South Africa’s grid infrastructure, beyond that catered for by its current R118-billion investment plan to 2030, is required to integrate the 30 GW of mainly wind and solar generators that will have... 

Coal mine disposal exacerbating carbon emissions problem – Glencore  

By: Martin Creamer     16th October 2020 The disposal of thermal coal mines in response to environmental, social and governance (ESG) investors is not lowering carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions but exacerbating the problem, Glencore CEO Ivan Glasenberg pointed out on Friday. Questioned by Financial Times (FT) natural resources editor Neil... 

Kepco cancels investment in South African coal energy plant

By: African News Agency      16th October 2020 South Korea’s State-owned power utility Kepco will either cancel its investment in coal-driven South African independent power producer Thabametsi, or transition the project to gas. A statement issued on Friday by Seoul-based nongovernmental organisation Solutions for Our Climate said Kepco... 

Business welcomes recovery plan, but urges swift implementation 

16th October 2020 Organised business formations have responded to the Reconstruction and Recovery Plan released by President Cyril Ramaphosa on October 15. On the whole, business has welcomed the plan, including the fact that it embraces many of the recommendations made to government by the social partners through... 

Report discusses challenges, options as world continues to drive decarbonisation agenda 

By: Simone Liedtke     16th October 2020 While the global shift from fossil fuels to renewables is helping new ecosystems and technologies to emerge, many of the pursued steps towards decarbonisation pose unique challenges. Many participants in the energy and resources industries have declared an intention to become carbon neutral by... 

Minister wants Coal India units to set prices independently

By: Reuters     15th October 2020 India's Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi said on Wednesday the units of Coal India Ltd should be allowed to independently set fuel prices in a bid to increase competition and reduce the price of coal in the country. State-run Coal India, the world's largest coal mining company by output, has seven... 

Hazardavert®, global name in PDS

13th October 2020 Strata’s HazardAvert® for surface and underground, has become a leading global brand in proximity detection and collision avoidance. With tried and true electromagnetic technology, the system currently operates in hundreds of mines around the world. 

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