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30 May 2016
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26 Apr 2016
The 2016 CEO SleepOut focuses on improving education
The 2016 Sun International CEO SleepOut was launched on Tuesday in Johannesburg under the #4SouthAfricaMustRise and #Leaders4Change hashtags. It will take place on Nelson Mandela Bridge on July 28,...
27 Jan 2016
WC: Western Cape set to attract thousands of visitors over first quarter of 2016
The Western Cape will welcome thousands of domestic and international visitors in the first quarter of this year. Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, said a series of events between...
26 Jan 2016
Champions needed to take up nation-building messages left by Dr RE (Robbie) Robinson RIP
Visionary research commentator, Dr RE (Robbie) Robinson, a chemical engineer with distinguished involvement in minerals beneficiation spanning more than 60 years and a passion for linking mining...
06 Nov 2015
Gold Fields to invite solar power tenders for South Deep – report
Gold mining company Gold Fields is to invite tenders for a photovoltaic power installation at its South Deep gold mine, west of Johannesburg. A report in Energy and Mines states that the JSE- and...
07 Oct 2015
VW debacle unlikely to hit platinum hard – Sibanye
Precious metals mining company Sibanye, which is bulking up on platinum, does not expect a consumer backlash against diesel vehicles, which are major platinum users. JSE- and NYSE-listed Sibanye,...
06 Oct 2015
Share prices soar as Sibanye bids R4bn cash for Aquarius Platinum
The share prices of both Aquarius Platinum and Sibanye Gold rose sharply on Tuesday after precious metals mining company Sibanye offered R4-billion cash for the entire issued share capital of...
11 Sep 2015
Sibanye puts hand up to be South Africa’s new mining champion
Gold and uranium producer and platinum-mining aspirant Sibanye wants to be the new South African mining champion that the South African government and ruling African National Congress (ANC) have...
28 Aug 2015
Global childhood conference comes to Cape Town
What's On
Some of the world’s authorities on child poverty, development and wellbeing will gather in Cape Town next week, 2-4 September, for a conference that will reveal new directions and approaches to...
18 Aug 2015
SleepOut: Audit reveals largest single charity event is SA history
A record-breaking R26,054,869 has been revealed by auditors BDO SA, appointed Stakeholder Accounting Partners to The CEO SleepOut™ and The CEO SleepOut™ Trust (The Trust), as the official figure...
13 Aug 2015
GCIS: Statement on the Cabinet meeting of 12 August 2015
1.    Implementation of key government programmes 1.1.        Cabinet welcomes the progress of Project Mikondzo, a service-delivery initiative aimed at expanding the reach of social services in the...
11 May 2015
Al-Shabaab follows ISIS’ deadly playbook
Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahidin, or al-Shabaab as the group is commonly known, faced a dilemma in February 2015 following continuing battlefield defeats from the African Union (AU) Mission in...
09 Feb 2015
The anti-politics of terrorism
The South African Civil Society Information Service
Terrorism. In the wake of the recent attacks in Sydney, Paris and Baga, it’s a word that’s been on many people’s lips. After the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, some have argued vehemently against...
24 Nov 2014
SA rooftop solar PV industry poised for growth, says law firm
Global law firm Baker & McKenzie partner Paul Curnow believes South Africa holds significant upside potential for manufacturers and developers of commercial rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV)...
14 Nov 2014
SA: Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, confirms there is no decision yet on a legal Rhino trade
The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs. Edna Molewa, has confirmed that no decision has yet been taken over the legal trade in rhino horn by South Africa. “If we come up with measures that...
10 Nov 2014
Creamer Media publishes African Mining Roundup for November 2014 research report
Newsletter - News this Week
This month’s report includes details of Sydney-listed South Boulder Mines’ prefeasibility-study-level drilling at the Colluli potash project, in Eritrea; embattled iron-ore miner London Mining’s...
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