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Creecy calls for increased cooperation on biodiversity in Kruger park
Published: 01 Jul 22
Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment Minister Barbara Creecy says cooperation on biodiversity conservation is key on the western boundary of the Kruger National Park. The Minister was speaking during her engagement with representatives of the Associated Private Nature Reserves (APNR), community members and other stakeholders in Mpumalanga this week to discuss a range of problems, including wildlife crime and rhino poaching, that have worsened in recent years.
A photo of Eunice Forbes Master Builders Association mourns first woman president Eunice Forbes
Published: 01 Jul 22
Industry organisation Master Builders South Africa has announced that Eunice Forbes, who was the first woman to serve as president of a national construction association, has passed away at the age of 80. Forbes was president of Gauteng Master Builders Association, now Master Builders Association (MBA) North, from 2004 to 2006 and president of Master Builders South Africa from 2007 to 2009. She was awarded an Honorary Life Membership of MBA North in 2014.
KZN Master Builders elects new council, plans to help grow construction industry
Published: 01 Jul 22
Industry organisation the KwaZulu-Natal Master Builders and Allied Industries Association has elected an executive council for the next term of office and Marcus Gonzalves, of FS Gonzalves Construction, was designated as president. It also announced plans to contribute to the growth of the construction industry.
Best practices, governance can create sustainable local wildlife economies
Published: 01 Jul 22
Sustainable wildlife economies that directly benefit local communities and provide resources to support development, can be created, but require best practices and standardisation to ensure the quality, safety and marketability of products and services, as well as transparency across the value chain. Industry organisation Wildlife Producers Association of Zambia operations manager Chanda Mwale, during an 'Inclusive Wildlife Economies' webinar hosted by sustainable business company Oppenheimer Generations, said that creating platforms for partners within the broader value chain reduces silos of activity and improves collective actions.
New financing mechanism underpins early climate warnings, adaptation
Published: 01 Jul 22
The United Nations Systematic Observation Financing Facility (SOFF) is a new financing mechanism for climate action that has become operational and underpins early warnings and adaptation. The finance mechanism aims to strengthen weather and climate observations, improve early warnings to save lives, protect livelihoods and underpin climate adaptation for long-term resilience, the UN announced on June 30.
Competition Tribunal allows Mpact to intervene in Corruseal, Neopak merger
Published: 01 Jul 22
The Competition Tribunal has granted paper and plastics packaging manufacturer Mpact leave to intervene in the intermediate merger proceedings between paper packaging company Corruseal and recycled containerboard company Neopak. In March, the Competition Commission prohibited the proposed intermediate merger, following which the merger parties filed a request for consideration with the tribunal, seeking to have the proposed merger unconditionally approved or, alternatively, to have it approved with conditions deemed appropriate by the tribunal.
TFR signs cross-border agreement with Railways of Mozambique
Published: 01 Jul 22
State-owned rail agency Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has signed a cooperation agreement with Mozambique State agency Ports and Railways of Mozambique (CFM) to implement an immediate train run-through model that will result in the export of chrome and ferrochrome moving seamlessly from Belfast, in Mpumalanga, to the Port of Maputo. The agreement will introduce a seamless cross-border export channel for chrome in pursuit of increased efficiencies, TFR says.
Alaris Holdings expands into Europe
Published: 01 Jul 22
Radio frequency (RF) technology holding and investment company Alaris Holdings has expanded its European footprint with the acquisition of Germany-based Kuhne electronic for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition establishes a valuable base in Europe that supports the company’s global expansion, which will result in a direct impact on future growth.
A power line tower Focus on ‘core underlying issues’ to tackle load-shedding crisis – EIUG
Published: 01 Jul 22
Ending the current restrictions to the addition of new generation capacity and addressing Eskom’s deteriorating generation performance are key to arresting intensifying load-shedding, the Energy Intensive Users Group (EUIG) asserts. CEO Fanele Mondi said in a statement the recent illegal industrial action had escalated the crisis but stressed that the “core underlying issues” remained Eskom’s poor generation performance and the prevailing restrictions on the addition of new generation capacity.
Hudaco lifts interim profit despite global market challenges
Published: 01 Jul 22
Branded automotive, industrial and electrical consumable products group of companies Hudaco grew its turnover for the six months ended May 31 by 12% year-on-year to R3.8-billion. Turnover was also 19% higher than pre-Covid-19 levels.
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