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  • Delays in digital migration, exclusive spectrum licensing hampering broadband rollout April 13, 2021
    While the delayed migration of analogue television and radio broadcasting signals to other spectrum bands is hampering the rollout of broadband telecommunications services, especially in rural areas, the licensing of the exclusive use of spectrum only by a single market player is preventing effective and efficient use of that high-demand spectrum to support modern telecommunications […]
  • Sustainable, inclusive manufacturing needed in Africa April 13, 2021
    Africa needs sustainable and inclusive manufacturing to bolster economic growth and create jobs and now is an opportune time for this to mitigate the impact of the pandemic and capitalise on opportunities afforded by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). This was indicated by speakers during a ‘Manufacturing in Africa for Africa’ roundtable, held […]
  • Astral obtains High Court order for govt to improve Lekwa municipal service delivery April 13, 2021
    Poultry producer Astral Foods has obtained a High Court order against government and the National Treasury over the nondelivery of basic water and electricity supply services within the Lekwa (Standerton) municipality. In terms of the Order issued on April 12, government will be required to intervene in the Lekwa municipality and, together with Treasury, wprepare a […]
  • Ngqura Container Terminal mobilises to offload reefers in anticipation of citrus season April 13, 2021
    With South Africa’s citrus season looming and a global shortage of mobile refrigerated shipping containers (otherwise known as reefers), the Ngqura Container Terminal (NCT), in Port Elizabeth, is mobilising offloading equipment to assist in the offloading of reefers that have been diverted by shipping company the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC). NCT operator Transnet Port Terminals […]
  • Labelling of 1 000 profitable cleantech solutions includes eight local products April 13, 2021
    The Solar Impulse Foundation has officially reached the goal of assigning the Efficient Solutions Label to 1 000 profitable cleantech solutions from around the world and the list includes eight South African solutions, reports economically viable green economy solutions nonprofit organisation GreenCape. The Solar Impulse 1 000 Efficient Solution Label is designed to showcase existing solutions that […]
  • New mixed-use development coming to Cape Town in 2022 April 13, 2021
    A new mixed-used development Station House has been launched on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard. Located at 19 Kloof road in the heart of Sea Point, one of the most desirable and growing areas of Cape Town, Station House is a 12-storey architectural building, which when completed, will feature 230 luxury apartments, ranging from studios to one-bed, […]
  • Nasa engineers find fix for Mars helicopter glitch, but first flight delayed for several days April 13, 2021
    Engineers at the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (Nasa’s) Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have developed a software fix for a glitch that developed in the command system of the Ingenuity helicopter. The problem emerged during a pre-flight test sequence for the Martian aircraft which was undertaken on Friday. This was a high-speed spin test […]
  • South Africa stands to benefit from green hydrogen production – CDH April 13, 2021
    The advantages of green hydrogen technology to meet South Africa’s goals of transitioning to a lower carbon energy sector appear “uncontested”, says law firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr (CDH). To qualify as a form of clean energy technology (one that does not contribute to greenhouse-gas emissions and climate change), the electricity used in the electrolysis process […]
  • Crucial component for new Airbus airliner completed and moved to final assembly facility April 13, 2021
    The first centre wing box (CWB) for the Airbus A321XLR has been delivered to Hamburg, Germany, from Nantes, France, where it was assembled. The A321XLR is the latest version of the A320neo (for new engine option) family, a new-generation development of the company’s A320 single-aisle airliner family. XLR stands for extra long range, and the […]
  • SVI puts a bulletproof vest on the VW Amarok April 13, 2021
    Armoured product manufacturer SVI Engineering has extended the range of armoured bakkies available in South Africa to include the 190 kW V6 Amarok. SVI’s clients opted for the ultimate civilian level of armoured protection, namely B6, on the vehicle, able to stop bullets fired from assault rifles such as the AK47.