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Thursday, November 14, 2019





South Africa’s energy industry turns to gas

Seeking to reduce its dependence on coal-fired power, South Africa is shifting its energy mix toward natural gas and renewables. The country currently consumes around 180bn standard cu feet (scf) of gas...

Cape Town gets Level 2 water

The city’s mayoral committee approved the implementation of proposed Level 2 water restrictions after a 15% drop in dam levels was reported for this time of year. Water tariffs are...

Electric forklifts for fast-growing drinks producer

Multi-national beverage manufacturer, Kingsley Beverages, has become the first largescale company in South Africa to make the switch from internal combustion-engine forklifts to more productive and efficient electric machines from Linde. With...

South African train manufacturing steams ahead

The R51bn contract to create 600 new passenger trains for the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has grasped 32 local suppliers. To date there have been six trains completed and...

Condra delivers Sinclinorium headgear cranes

Condra has completed load tests on two 25ton headgear cranes manufactured at the company’s Germiston works for Mopani Copper Mines’ Sinclinorium shaft. The tests were witnessed by a representative from...


Horizon Capital Cedar Development

Situated in the heritage-rich, leafy suburb of Oranjezicht, Horizon Capital Residential’s newest development, The Cedar, presents purchasers with the opportunity to reside in one...


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