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30 May 2021

Sponsored content: Global Engineering & Mining Survey Services

Global Engineering & Mining Survey Services looks to expand into Africa 30 May 2021 – With more than 20 years of experience in the surveying industry, South African based Global […]
16 May 2021

Scatec enters into agreement with Torex Gold in Mexico

22 April 2021: Renewable power producer Scatec has entered into a lease agreement with mining company Torex Gold for a 8.5MW solar plant to provide renewable power to the Morelos […]
5 Apr 2021

A smart solution for transportation in the supply chain.

This article is sponsored by LIVE FR8.  05 April 2021 – With an increase in demand in the supply chain, the most efficient, affordable, smart transportation system for movement of […]
27 Feb 2021

Bell expands collaboration in autonomous control project.

27 February 2021 – A focus on improving ease of operation to provide more efficient and safer Articulated Dump Trucks (ADTs) has consistently kept South African equipment manufacturer Bell Equipment […]
18 Feb 2021

Chubb launches risk insurance in SA.

18 February 2021 – Global insurance company Chubb has launched its Civil Engineering Completed Risks (CECR) insurance offering to the South African market. CECR is aimed at medium to larger […]
17 Feb 2021

Surge in online activity to buy heavy equipment.

17 February 2021 – There has been a marked surge in online activity to buy heavy equipment in Africa and the Middle East over past year or two as construction […]
1 Feb 2021

Bell beefs up excavator range with heavy-duty 20-tonner.

02 February 2021 – South African based Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Bell Equipment has beefed up its excavator range with a new Kobelco heavy-duty 20 tonnner.   Bell Equipment, the […]
20 Dec 2020

Smart technology for improved mine safety

20 December 2020 – A team at the University of Pretoria in South Africa has tested smart technology in an effort to improve mine health and safety in the future. […]
5 Dec 2020

Why you should invest in Africa?

05 December 2020 – After a year dominated by Covid-19, WhyAfrica believes that there are still many reasons why companies should invest in Africa. As the curtains come down on […]
28 Nov 2020

Bell future proofs underground ADTs

28 November 2020 – With their latest low-profile Articulated Dump Truck (ADT), South African based Bell Equipment has future proofed their underground ADT’s. Bell Equipment’s latest low-profile Articulated Dump Truck […]
28 Sep 2020

Borrowing from the ocean

28 September 2020 – Oranjemund in Namibia is an important site for the extraction of precious stones. Mining companies in this region have been borrowing from the ocean for a […]
12 Aug 2020

Top class training facility to open its doors in SA

A state-of-the-art construction training and trade-testing facility is set to open its doors in the Western Cape, South Africa in October. Tjeka Training Matters, a leading registered private Technical and […]
23 Jul 2020

Will Egypt become Africa’s powerhouse?

With the two biggest economies on the African continent, South Africa, and Nigeria, in sixes and sevens as the Coronavirus takes it toll, Egypt might become Africa’s new powerhouse       Although […]
21 Jul 2020

Corona’s severe impact on supply chains leads to innovation

Corona’s impact on supply chains in Africa was severe. Different regulations at different border posts once again highlights the need for more cohesion between African countries   Albie Visser, general […]
17 Jul 2020

What makes a company resilient?

According to Christopher Palm, chief risk advisor at the Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IRMSA) resilience is the key to enabling business growth in a hostile market environment. In […]
17 Jul 2020

Mozambique LNG project an opportunity for SA companies

Loans for Area 1 of the LNG development in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, have been signed and development of the largest project on African soil is underway. Despite concerns about security […]
27 Jun 2020

Why Africa?

Africa, like the rest of the world, will be hard hit by the after- effects of Covid-19. However, in the long-term, many countries in Africa will provide great opportunities for […]
25 Jun 2020

Keep knocking on the African door

South African suppliers of yellow metal should not be blind to opportunities in the rest of Africa, writes Leon Louw. Plant and equipment owners, more than any other suppliers, are […]