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  • Supporting renewable projects in emerging markets is key, says new study - ESI-Africa.com

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...partnership with specialist insurance broker and risk consultant, JLT Speciality, launched a report titled "Pre-construction projects: The battle to reduce uncertainty and improve business case bankability," in emerging markets. The report...
  • Risk of load shedding low - Eskom - Fin24.com

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...Eskom has called on people to reduce their power consumption by switching off geysers all non-essential lighting and electricity appliances during the day and especially during peak periods between 07:00 to 10:00 and 18:00 to 21:00. * Sign up to...
  • WATCH: How SA's moribund construction sector affected PPC - Retail Brief Africa

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018Retail Brief Africa is the South African FMCG and DIY retailers one stop shop for everything retail. Company, product, people and market news make up this essential daily read for retailers....
  • Building industry slump deepens - IOL / Business Report

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...resulting from an unavoidable conservative budget in February and dysfunctional local authorities which hampered infrastructure development also contributed to the declined in the sentiment. The release of these indexes coincided with Master...
  • Grahamstown prepares for 2018 National Arts Festival opening - RNews

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...and government. While big projects such as road repairs and the replacement of the town's ageing water and sewerage infrastructure are starting to roll out, there is a hive of citizen activity as the people of Grahamstown roll up their sleeves."...
  • Are we entering the co-bot workplace era? - HR Pulse

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...organizations embrace the power of artificial intelligence in the constant monitoring of applications, systems and infrastructure to detect and evaluate anomalous behaviour as it is happening. However, it is important to do this without creating...
  • Dirty air in pregnancy may raise baby's blood pressure risk - Health24

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore. Combustion from cars, oil, coal or wood can create tiny particles - 2.5 microns or less - called PM2.5. These can only be seen under a microscope. When...
  • Queensland miners promise more jobs - Mining Weekly

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...Production Index increasing by 35% to A$22.14-billion over the quarter and the Production Index lifting by 6% driven by coal exports being up 30% and lead which gained 39% in the quarter. "Queensland's rich and diverse mineral and petroleum...
  • More financial pain on the way for Durbanites - IOL / Newspapers

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...But that is not all. From July, eThekwini will raise utility costs. That means rates will go up as will services like electricity, water, sewage and refuse. Rates and services will increase by 6.84% for electricity; 15% for water (domestic);...
  • Economists see South Africa's growth at 1.7% in 2018 - BusinessTech

    Wednesday, 20 June 2018...2.2% quarter-on-quarter. Agriculture, mining and manufacturing were the main contributors to the slowdown, with the electricity, construction and trade industries also recording negative growth, said StatsSA. The 2.2% fall marked the largest...
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Sidebarafricaicon2 (2) As the leading supplier of cement and related products in Southern Africa, PPC Ltd has nine manufacturing facilities and three milling depots in South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe that can produce around eight million tons of cement products each year. As part of its strategy and long-term plan to grow revenue by 40% outside of South Africa, PPC is expanding its operational footprint into the rest of Africa, including Botswana, DRC, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Rwanda and Zimbabwe. PPC also produces aggregates metallurgical-grade lime, burnt dolomite and limestone.

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