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Africa breaks ranks with World Bank and IMF on coal

Africa breaks ranks with World Bank and IMF on coal

from EMEKA OKONKWO in Abuja, Nigeria ABUJA - THE African Development Bank (ADB) is set to back coal-fired projects in Nigeria, Kenya and Senegal in a departure from the Internatio ...

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Winnie-Madikizela Mandela: Farewell to a divisive unifier

Winnie-Madikizela Mandela: Farewell to a divisive unifier

JOHANNESBURG - DEPENDING on which side of the fence you are on, Winnie-Madikizela Mandela, who has passed away in Johannesburg after a long-term illness, was a unifier-cum- libera ...

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Tech revolution underway in besieged mining sector

Tech revolution underway in besieged mining sector

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - IN the wake of prevailing economic uncertainties and slump in commodity prices globally, it has become imperative for the mining sector to embrace t ...

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Expanded DRC Mining Week returns in June

Expanded DRC Mining Week returns in June

KINSHASA – MORE than 3 000 international mining experts and local stakeholders from more than 50 countries are expected to attend the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Mining Wee ...

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The COO dilemma: digitising the supply chain in an exponential world

The COO dilemma: digitising the supply chain in an exponential world

by MEHMOOD KHAN, Chief Operating Officer at SAP Africa JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 30th January 2018, –/African Press Association (APA) / – CHIEF operating officers (COOs) and su ...

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Introducing the SAP Leonardo Digital Innovation System

Introducing the SAP Leonardo Digital Innovation System

  by SIMON CARPENTER, Chief Technology Adviser at SAP Africa JOHANNESBURG - “TALENT hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.” - Arthur Sch ...

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$55 million for Mozambique natural gas utilisation

$55 million for Mozambique natural gas utilisation

  MAPUTO – AN investment of $55 million (about R698.5 million) is set to enhance the utilisation of Mozambique’s natural gas resources to generate power for the country’s eco ...

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ENERGY: “Clean coal” set to be catch-cry of 2018

ENERGY: “Clean coal” set to be catch-cry of 2018

ABUJA – A year ago, Donald Trump’s plan to revive coal was seen as a joke. Now, with ever more countries on board, it’s a global reality that could bring electricity to millions. ...

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AMG’s gold reserves to hit R1 billion mark

AMG’s gold reserves to hit R1 billion mark

JOHANNESBURG - THE African Medallion Group’s (AMG’s) gold reserves are set to double to R1 billion (US$78,5 million) in early 2018 after impressive developments at the South Afric ...

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Mining keeps close eye on divisive ANC elections

Mining keeps close eye on divisive ANC elections

  JOHANNESBURG - ANALYSTS are wary the current operating environment and policy doubts could hamper the impressive revival of South Africa’s mining sector. Mining, which is a ...

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