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Transnet Pipelines unveils new national operating centre Transnet Pipelines unveils new national operating centre
Published: 13 Jul 18
A new national operating centre (NOC) that will serve as a nerve centre for Transnet Pipelines (TPL) and its 3 800 km underground national pipeline network was officially opened in Durban on Friday. Up until now, the control centre was based at TPL’s head office in the Durban central business district, while various other functions operated from different platforms.  
Copper trains ransacked by 'moles' in full-moon desert heists Copper trains ransacked by 'moles' in full-moon desert heists
Published: 13 Jul 18
On nights lit by a full moon, thieves leap from trucks onto trains as they roll through Chile’s Atacama desert, before throwing 80-kg slabs of copper to the ground and disappearing into the dark. It’s a tactic known as “the cat” and the robbers are “moles” because no one knows where they come from or where they hide their loot. What’s worse for the mines that dot the desert, the robberies are becoming more common and more audacious.
Putin to take part in Brics summit in South Africa – Kremlin
Published: 13 Jul 18
Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to visit South Africa for a summit of BRICS countries on July 26 and 27, Kremlin foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov said on Friday. The BRICS group of emerging economies comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
David Price steps down from Lionsgold board
Published: 13 Jul 18
London-listed gold exploration, production and retail firm Lionsgold has appointed a new interim chairperson, following the resignation of David Price as nonexecutive chairperson with immediate effect to focus on his CEO role at Aim-listed Rockfire Resources. Corporate lawyer Michael Corcoran, 37, has been appointed nonexecutive director and interim chairperson.
Low-carbon economy scenarios project under way Low-carbon economy scenarios project under way
Published: 13 Jul 18
Amid growing calls for South Africa’s transition to a low-carbon economy to be a just one, a project has been launched to map the possible socioeconomic and environmental scenarios for the transition. The initiative is being undertaken by the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (Mistra), in partnership with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung South Africa. It aims to offer policymakers, and citizens, an integrated view of the implications of the different policy choices.
One arrested as Eskom stolen cables worth R5m discovered in Johannesburg
Published: 13 Jul 18
An investigation team from Eskom recovered stolen Eskom infrastructure worth R5-million, the power utility said on Friday. One person was arrested when the team and members of the SA Police Service made the discovery of the infrastructure, which included aluminium and copper cables, in Muldersdrift, Johannesburg, Eskom said in a statement.
Action needed to integrate UAVs into civil air space in South Africa – Denel Action needed to integrate UAVs into civil air space in South Africa – Denel
Published: 13 Jul 18
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) manufacturer Denel Dynamics (which also produces missiles and space technology) has called for a national programme to integrate UAVs (popularly called drones) into the country’s civilian controlled air space. Controlled air space is air space in which all air traffic is monitored and directed by air traffic control. Addressing the aviation session of the Southern African Transport Conference in Pretoria, Denel Dynamics executive manager: programmes Patrick Ndlovu urged a collaborative effort between UAV manufacturers, air navigation equipment manufacturers, the South African Civil Aviation Authority (Sacaa), Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) and other air space users.
W confirms thick gold intersections at Portugal project
Published: 13 Jul 18
Exploration company W Resources is continuing to get strong gold intersections from the 15-hole drilling campaign at its São Martinho gold project in Portugal, chairperson Michael Masterman reported on Friday, announcing assay results from the first seven holes. Among the results are a 25 m intersection at 0.85 g/t of gold, from 11 m, including 3.35 g/t over 3 m.
Thyssenkrupp launches industrial-scale water electrolysis solution for large projects
Published: 13 Jul 18
Engineering and construction company Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions on Thursday launched its industrial-scale advanced water electrolysis solution that makes large-scale hydrogen production from electricity economically attractive. The advanced water electrolysis features a well-proven cell design, paired with an especially large active cell area of 2.7 m2.
Copper heads for fifth weekly loss, aluminium awaits Trump-Putin summit Copper heads for fifth weekly loss, aluminium awaits Trump-Putin summit
Published: 13 Jul 18
Copper headed for a fifth weekly loss on Friday as trade tensions between the United States and China rumbled on, while aluminium hit a three-month low ahead of a summit between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump and Putin are due to meet in Helsinki on Monday and aluminium investors are looking for any hint that US sanctions on Rusal, the world’s second-biggest aluminium producer, will be eased or lifted.
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