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A leader in the mining industry Palabora Mining Company (PMC) is one of Limpopo Province’s most significant investors and has been mining, concentrating, smelting and refining copper and other by-products in the eastern part of Limpopo Province since 1956
Two feasibility studies in 2013 and 2014 underpinned the decision to extend the life-of-mine for a further two decades. PMC’s investment into mining infrastructure brings
12 Mar 2019
Press Release Local Kwagga small plant from Hire It a big hit in construction industry
The increasing demand for fibreoptic cable infrastructure has seen a Durban installer acquire eight Kwagga rammers from Hire It (Natal) (Pty) Ltd. This is testament to the success
14 Jan 2019
Game changers The Green Agenda as one of the department’s ‘game changers’
The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development’s (DID) Green Agenda is about exploring innovative technological ways that are efficient in resources, such as
04 Sep 2018
Africa Oil and Gas Review Africa’s oil and gas industry needs to ‘learn to leapfrog’ and harness innovation and technology to stay ahead of the competition
PwC recently published its annual Africa Oil and Gas Review entitled ‘Learning to Leapfrog’. It factors in the views of oil and gas industry participants operating in
08 Jan 2018 - P. A. A. O. &. G. L. / C. b.
The Right Energy Investments in planning ensure project success
Power development plans throughout the world are getting more complex. Finding the optimum mix between large-scale multi-year baseload power projects, short-duration micro-grids
21 Sep 2017
Drone industry contributes millions to the SA economy The Drone industry is poised to make a multibillion rand contribution to the country’s beleaguered economy, a leading economic expert revealed during an industry conference.
Economist, Dr Roelof Botha was delivering his Economic Impact Assessment (EIA) of the South African Drone industry at a special conference last week, The Drone Con: A Drone
21 Jun 2017
Economic upswing IDZ development essential for economic upswing
The development of South Africa’s industrial development zones (IDZs) and special economic zones (SEZs) are key drivers for economic growth, with South Africa (SA) playing
10 Oct 2016
Doubling down on infrastructure Demand for oil and gas from markets in Africa remains high but low crude prices combined with poor physical infrastructure, inadequate logistical solutions and onerous government regulations have blunted investment in oil and gas field development
According to KPMG’s Oil and Gas sector report 2015, it is estimated that 57% of Africa’s export earnings are derived from hydrocarbons. Untapped proven oil reserves on
26 Sep 2016
Crisis in Green Eskom has put more than renewable energy at risk
Eskom has put more than renewable energy at risk with its decision to put new agreements with Independent Power Producers' (IPP) renewable energy programmes on hold until it has
20 Sep 2016
Energy Challenges Energy challenges require innovative financing and development solutions
South Africa continues to face energy challenges, but these can be surmounted with a renewed drive for alternative sources that are funded at the right price. An over-reliance on
15 Aug 2016




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