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Botswana promoted as attractive investment destination Botswana promoted as attractive investment destination
Published: 25 Mar 19
Botswana holds a number of opportunities for prospective investors, owing to its various inherent characteristics and incentives, and companies are encouraged to capitalise on these. This was the key message at the Botswana Investment and Trade Centre’s (BITC’s) Doing Business in Botswana business seminar, held on Monday, in Johannesburg.
Kibo provides update on four key projects
Published: 25 Mar 19
JSE- and Aim-listed Kibo Energy on Monday confirmed that it is developing four key projects – two thermal coal power projects, in Botswana and Mozambique; a UK-focused flexible energy portfolio; and an advanced coal-to-power project, in Tanzania – in parallel. The projects fall in line with the company’s strategy to progress a diverse portfolio of advanced power generation and mining projects in sub-Saharan Africa and the UK through international relationships with key development partners.
Numsa members embark on strike at BMW’s Rosslyn plant
Published: 25 Mar 19
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on Monday claimed that BMW South Africa had unilaterally changed the terms of service for contract workers. As a result, Numsa members have embarked on a strike at BMW’s Rosslyn plant, in Pretoria.
Bushveld to publish maiden mineral resource estimate for Brits project in Q2
Published: 25 Mar 19
Aim-listed vanadium producer Bushveld Minerals expects to deliver a maiden mineral resource estimate for its Brits project, in South Africa’s North West province, before the end of the second quarter. The project lies adjacent to the company’s Vametco openpit mine and processing facility.
JRA completes two Ivory Park road upgrades, more to follow
Published: 25 Mar 19
City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba on Monday opened two newly built and rehabilitated roads in Ivory Park, Ward 78, near Midrand. The R6-million project, which was funded by the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA), included the installation of underground stormwater management systems and interlocking blocks on the sidewalk path of the road, since stormwater and blocked drains contributed to the deterioration of roads.
Thorny River on track to become diamond producer by mid-2019
Published: 25 Mar 19
Aim-listed Botswana Diamonds has confirmed that its Thorny River diamond dyke project, in South Africa, remains on track to start bulk sampling and diamond production by the middle of this year. Bulk sampling is anticipated to start in May, assuming final permits are obtained in time, and will ramp up to 20 000 t a month.
90 000 gold and platinum jobs at risk as Eskom hikes loom 90 000 gold and platinum jobs at risk as Eskom hikes loom Has PDF
Published: 25 Mar 19
The Minerals Council South Africa is ringing alarm bells over the threat posed to employment and production in the gold and platinum sectors as a result of recently approved electricity tariff increases, including the 13.8% hike to be implemented from April 1. In addition, the council is warning that the hikes will accelerate the State-owned utility’s own downward spiral as mines and smelters, which currently consumes 30% of Eskom’s yearly production, respond by closing unprofitable operations.
90 000 gold and platinum jobs at risk as Eskom hikes loom 90 000 gold and platinum jobs at risk as Eskom hikes loom Has PDF
Published: 25 Mar 19
The Minerals Council South Africa is ringing alarm bells over the threat posed to employment and production in the gold and platinum sectors as a result of recently approved electricity tariff increases, including the 13.8% hike to be implemented from April 1. In addition, the council is warning that the hikes will accelerate the State-owned utility’s own downward spiral as mines and smelters, which currently consumes 30% of Eskom’s yearly production, respond by closing unprofitable operations.
ATON extends long stop date of M&R takeover offer to June
Published: 25 Mar 19
Construction and engineering group Murray & Roberts (M&R) announced on Monday that Germany-based ATON has extended the long stop date for completing the buyout of M&R share from March 31 to June 30. This is owing to pending merger control clearances and competition authority approvals from South African and Canadian authorities, following the launch by ATON of a hostile takeover bid, at R17 per M&R, last year.
Icasa appoints acting chairperson
Published: 25 Mar 19
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) on Monday announced the appointment of Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng as acting chairperson, effective immediately. Modimoeng, appointed following a special council meeting, will remain in the acting position until a permanent successor to former chairperson Rubben Mohlaloga is appointed.
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