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Women in Mining reach for higher ground

The Pinpoint Stewards’ Annual Women & Leadership in Mining Conference taking place on 28 & 29 August at the NH Johannesburg Hotel, Sandton, have just announced their speaker line-up with women represented across various levels of mining in South Africa.

The theme for this year’s conference is: Safeguarding and encouraging the future progress of women to reach for higher ground.

“The conference will give an update on implementation of laws, progress of white papers, internal guidelines and policies applied to overcome barriers for women to enter into mining – looking at strategies to not only accelerate but double the number of women in mining,” says Ankia Roux, Co-Owner, Pinpoint Stewards.

The all-women Speakers at this year’s conference include:
  • Nozipho Dlamini, Mine Manager THUNGELA RESOURCES
  • Dr Adwoa Boaduo Issaka, Unit Manager Safety GOLDFIELDS
  • Nandi Sibanyoni, Executive Head, SHE ANGLO AMERICAN- KUMBA IRON ORE
  • Ofentse Debete, Mine Manager GOLDFIELDS
  • Nomvula Ngcobo, Engineering Manager – Asset & Maintenance HARMONY GOLD MINING COMPANY LTD
  • Cindy Mabala, Rock Engineering Officer IMPALA PLATINUM LTD
  • Bontle Mtshengu, Founder & Co-Owner QUANTUM LEAP SMART ENGINEERING
  • Kristell Holtzhausen, Company Secretary (Previously) African Rainbow Minerals LTD – Ferrous Division (Assmang)
  • Hendrietta Sarile, Environmental Coordinator: Systems and Compliance Exploration IVANPLATS
  • Joining the panel of speakers are the DMRE and WiMSA.

“Male CEOs have been invited to speak and we hope to see at least one take to the podium this year,” says Ankia Roux. “We have to remember this is not a platform where men are bashed, but a platform where women share ways to co-exist and work along with their male counterparts with the main focus being given to topics such as: doubling the percentage of women in mining, overcoming barriers, enabling women in sustainable mining, being a successful leader, modernization towards safety and sustainability, and sexual harassment and bullying in the workplace, to name a few.

“A panel discussion will focus on the composition of women in mining forums and committees to achieve change and support women at the mine. If numbers are already below average equity targets, everything needs to be done to attract and keep women in the sector, and these committees’ roles and responsibilities will assist.”

Sponsors, exhibitors and partners are encouraged to contact info@pinpointstewards.co.za to register before 1 July for discounted rates.

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SAPICS hosts AGM and appoints new directors

At its recent Annual General Meeting (AGM), SAPICS (The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management) shared the successful outcomes of an organisational restructuring embarked on last year. The association also reaffirmed its commitment to elevating, educating and empowering supply chain professionals across Africa and announced the appointment of three new directors who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the SAPICS supply chain community.

SAPICS president MJ Schoemaker reported back on the end-to-end transformation that SAPICS started in 2023. “The board took on a more operational role in the running of SAPICS. Each board member was allocated a different operational pillar to focus on, to enable SAPICS to best meet the needs of our community. The impact of what we started in 2023 is showing results in 2024. The focus was to work smarter, leaner and to concentrate on elements that brought value to the association, from a network point of view, as well as financially.” Schoemaker noted that the results are now evident in SAPICS’s balance sheet and in the increased engagement by members.

Three new directors were voted onto the SAPICS Board at the AGM. Linda Cham is an accomplished supply chain professional with 15 years of experience in the FMCG and logistics industries. He is currently the head of Logistics at Varun Beverages / BevCo. Selepe Phetla is the national transport manager for bpSA. He is a seasoned supply chain professional with 19 years of experience in various roles. Phetla was voted onto the Board as a director this year, having worked on the membership pillar. Sandipa Maharaj, chief financial officer at Inhance, is a CA by profession. Her career has spanned countries and industries and includes deep experience in supply chain and logistics.

The new directors join Thato Moloi, Jonathan Mphake, Karen Pretorius, Nikita Reddy, MJ Schoemaker and Jan Tukker. Schoemaker will continue to serve as SAPICS president for the next six months, after which a president-elect will be appointed.

At the AGM, SAPICS and Schoemaker, who chaired the meeting, thanked outgoing directors David Crewe-Brown, Solly Engelbrecht and Chanti Wilson for their service and dedication.

Schoemaker said that SAPICS was excited about the upcoming 46th annual SAPICS Conference, which takes place in Cape Town from 9 to 12 June 2024. “This year is set to be bigger and even better than past events. With the challenges facing the supply chain profession, where change has been the only constant for some years, it is more important than ever for our community to have this critical opportunity to get together to learn, share knowledge and network,” she said. SAPICS is hosting this year’s conference in association with the Southern African Association of Freight Forwarders (SAAFF).

For more information or to register to attend the 2024 SAPICS Conference, visit the conference website: https://conference.sapics.org or contact the Conference Secretariat at Upavon Management on 011 023 6701 or email info@upavon.co.za

Big 5 Construct South Africa 2024: The gateway to the country’s construction sector

  • The South African construction market is valued at $25.5 billion and is expected to grow at an average annual rate of over 3% from 2024 to 2027
  • Registrations are open for the 11th edition of Big 5 Construct South Africa, the largest construction industry event in the country, which runs from 4-6 June 2024 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg
  • Over 200 exhibitors from 20+ countries showcase products & services

South Africa’s construction sector is projected to grow thanks to government’s National Development Plan 2023, with numerous mega projects happening in all nine provinces; projects such as Mtentu Bridge, which is set to be Africa’s tallest bridge, the High-Speed Rail (HSR) framework and many others.

The South African construction market is valued at $25.5-billion and is expected to grow at an average annual rate of over 3% from 2024 to 2027, signifying a rapid increase in demand for manufacturers and suppliers. South Africa is the 3rd largest economy in Africa, commanding a GDP of $406-billion.

Big 5 Construct South Africa is the leading conduit for regional and international companies to showcase their expertise and knowledge to the South African construction industry. The event connects manufacturers, suppliers and service providers with construction professionals, architects, project managers, civil engineers, consultants, designers, urban planners, procurement managers and other professionals, all looking to source new suppliers and products.

International pavilions showcasing at this year’s event are India, Italy, Greece, Germany, Türkiye and China. Some of the participating countries include Jordan, Malaysia, Mozambique, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Thailand and the United Kingdom, among others.

“Last year, the South African construction sector made a significant impact, contributing approximately R109.5-billion (roughly $5.79-billion) to the country’s GDP, marking a notable increase from the previous year¹,” highlights Ben Greenish, Executive Vice President at dmg events.

“Recognizing this growth and potential, Big 5 Construct South Africa has been instrumental for over a decade in bringing together key figures from the construction sector, facilitating opportunities for collaboration and partnership between global and local enterprises to develop the extensive construction prospects in the country. Big 5 Construct South Africa nurtures networking, commercial interactions, and knowledge exchange among influential decision makers and professionals, accelerating the advancement of South Africa’s construction industry.”

The event will feature innovative products and services under construction sectors such as Building Interiors and Finishes; Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing; Concrete and Cement; Digital Construction; Windows, Doors and Facades; HVAC R; Construction Tools and Personal Protection Equipment; Urban Design and Landscape, Heavy Construction Equipment, Machinery and Vehicles; Solar Products, Technologies and Services.

“Once again we are proud to welcome a number of first time exhibitors this year,” said Greenish.

Saudi Arabia’s Almunif Pipes, a leading producer of plastic pipes and fittings; Turkey’s Parget Makina, which provides complete solutions and equipment for gypsum, plasterboard, cement, dry mortars, calcite, and perlite; and SA’s own, Rigifoam a leading supplier of high-quality polyurethane products.

Other new exhibitors include roof sheeting producers Clotan Steel, Fritz J SA, which supplies commercial and industrial roller doors and generators, and Alif Doors and Bolwa Securities from South Africa. From the USA, Lintech, which manufactures mechanical positioning components and systems will be exhibiting along with India’s Surie Polex, a manufacturer of floor polishing machines.

The event will feature 20 speakers and 20+ CPD-certified Big 5 Talks sessions. This year’s free-to-attend talks streams focus on the themes of Architecture, Smart Buildings, Contractors, Green Construction and Concrete.

The Stakeholders Engagement Forum marks the commencement of Big 5 Construct South Africa on the 4th of June and this year’s theme is Building Tomorrow’s Cities. The Forum will delve into crucial facets of construction such as the transformative approaches needed for sustainable urban development. The diverse sessions will cover a range of critical topics, such as water infrastructure, and strategic developments in road, rail and port expansions.

The African Smart Cities Summit is an exclusive gathering of private and public industry leaders, and Africa’s only dedicated conference that explores and tackles the continent’s readiness to adopt smart methodologies, technology, and creative thinking for implementation on current infrastructure.

Finally, Big 5 South Africa Impact Awards, which celebrates impact in construction by recognizing innovation and project excellence, will honour winners under 10 distinctive categories.

  • Architecture Firm of the Year
  • Community Project of the Year
  • Contractor of the Year
  • Excellence in Leadership
  • Rising Star
  • Sustainable Initiative of the Year
  • Woman of the Year
  • Residential Project of the Year
  • Commercial Project of the Year
  • Retrofit Project of the Year

The awards ceremony will be held on 4 June.  Last year’s winner of the Excellence in Leadership Award, Sandile Mbatha, who was the Senior Manager: Data, Research and Policy Advocacy, Ethekwini Municipality said: “The award means a lot. It means the work I’ve put in is vindicated and I’m excited to have been recognized in this manner. It gives hope in terms of the work that people are doing for this country.”

“Big 5 Construct South Africa brings together the industry to do business and network providing ample opportunities to share ideas and ultimately realize the full potential of South Africa’s thriving construction sector,” Greenish concludes.

Big 5 Construct South Africa is supported by a host of sponsors including Rubber Roofs as the Registration Sponsor, Talk Sponsors include Zutari, Modena, Building Point, CIDB, Cad4All, Mapei and other participating sponsors. African Smart Cities Summit is sponsored by Kwikot Water Care, Uxene Smart City and Kapsch TrafficCom and supported by Knowledge Partner, Frost & Sullivan.

Confirmed associations and organizations endorsing the event include BimCommunityAfrica, the Concrete Manufacturers Association (CMA), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa (CorriSA), the Lifting Equipment Engineering Association of South Africa (LEEASA), the South African Institute of Building Design (SAIBD), the South African Capital Equipment Export Council and the South African Institute of Civil Engineering (SAICE). The event is co-located with Totally Concrete, Woodex and Deck & Flooring Africa.

Visit www.big5constructsouthafrica.com for more information. Registration is now open, and entry is complimentary for professionals in the trade and industry sectors. Individuals under the age of 18 will not be granted admission.

Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference 2024

The 9th installment of the Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Southern Africa Conference is taking place this year on 4 & 5 September. This is the biggest event of its kind in Africa.

Over the last 3 years the audience has grown each year. Last year we set yet another record of 260 people attending.

This year’s two day conference will look at the effects and implications of still being grey listed, and will also focus on some of the major challenges existing in combating money laundering and other financial crimes.

According to LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ latest True Cost of Financial Crime Compliance Study, financial institutions (FIs) are seeking ways to reduce costs while complying with regulations, with 35% identifying the escalation of financial crime regulations and regulatory expectations as the primary factor driving increases in compliance costs.

The programme will dissect important issues such as latest regulatory developments, high cost of implementing and maintaining AML solutions, enforcement actions and priorities, digital assets, beneficial ownership and CDD, transaction monitoring and technology developments.

Highlighted features will be panel discussions on regulation, corruption and bribery, effects of AML on non-designated financial institutions, payments and AML, AML developments in the SADC region, payments and technology.

There is no doubt that financial organisations must navigate multiple challenges in financial crime prevention whilst ensuring that ongoing training is provided to employees in order for them to face up to the many challenges.

AML teams must be proactive, adaptive, and innovative and, in doing so, contribute to a more resilient and secure financial system in the years ahead. This annual gathering is TCI’s flagship conference, and has received rave reviews from delegates, speakers and sponsors over the past few years.

We invite all potential delegates to this important industry event.

Greater Tygerberg Partnership’s innovative ablution facility solution transforms Bellville!

A groundbreaking ablution block initiative by The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP) has emerged as a beacon of progress for thousands of users in the Bellville community since its inception in November 2022.

Situated strategically on the corner of Kruskal Avenue in the bustling heart of the Bellville CBD, this safe and convenient facility has improved access to hygienic amenities – sanitation being one of our highest needs for all. This facility services informal traders and their customers, marking a significant milestone in community development.

Thanks to the facility, both male and females now have access to clean, accessible ablution facilities for a nominal fee of R2.00 per use. Open daily during general trading hours, the block features disabled access and baby-changing facilities, catering to the diverse needs of its users.

Monique Muller, Project Manager at GTP, expresses her enthusiasm for the project, stating, “The success of the ablution block initiative underscores its potential to transform urban communities across South Africa. To date the project has provided over 56 000 users access to clean ablutions.”

“Its modular and scalable nature presents opportunities for replication in areas where informal traders lack access to hygienic facilities, ultimately enriching the lives of countless individuals and fostering economic growth. It also offers an ongoing opportunity for funders to make a substantial difference to micro-entrepreneurs in other cities across South Africa,” Muller adds.

Monique Muller, Project Manager at GTP and Alderman James Vos, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Growth at City of Cape Town.

Raising the lid

Since its inception, the ablution block has served a staggering 56 358 users, affirming its indispensable role in addressing a critical need within the community.

The success of this initiative stems from a collaborative effort, uniting design students, designers, city officials, and key partners such as GrowthPoint, MES, Boudry Architects, Galojo Projects, Container World, Durbanville Engineer, Viking Deco, and KSL Engineers. Another shining example of the power and change that exists in community collaborations.

“We are also proud to share positive stories from the team cleaning and managing this facility daily. One of the employees managed to become financially independent and rehabilitated herself to gain approval for a permanent rented homestead of her very own,” Muller affirms.

As the GTP looks towards the future, continued support and collaboration from partners, stakeholders, and funders will be vital for extending this transformative model to more locations across the Western Cape and beyond. With sustained investment and dedication, the ablution block initiative stands poised to make an enduring impact on communities far and wide.

For more information or to read more about GTP projects in Bellville, visit www.gtp.org.za

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FAT 2024: Lutz-Jesco presents a new chlorine dioxide system for water disinfection

You don’t always need dosing pumps. The new EASYZON L chlorine dioxide system from Lutz-Jesco deploys a reactor under vacuum conditions to mix chemicals. The technology reduces the complexity of the system whilst providing several advantages. By reducing maintenance requirements and the risk of outages and chemical leaks, it increases the safety of the entire process.

Designed for use in a range of applications including small waterworks and the beverage industry, the new chlorine dioxide system can be seen for the first time at IFAT 2024. IFAT is the world’s leading trade fair for the water industry and will take place in Munich from 13 to 17 June (stand B1.220).

Consisting of a reactor mounted in a protective cabinet, the new EASYZON L chlorine dioxide system deploys our tried-and-tested acid-chlorite procedure with commercially available chemicals such as 9 per cent hydrochloric acid and 7.5 per cent sodium chlorite. The system takes the chemicals from two storage tanks and mixes them in the correct ratio in the reaction tank, to form chlorine dioxide. This reaction takes around ten to 15 minutes. After the chlorine dioxide has been diluted with water, the system then feeds the resulting 0.05 to 0.15 per cent aqueous chlorine dioxide solution into a product tank, from where it is fed into the process by a dosing pump.

“Despite its compact design, the EASYZON L provides a maximum production capacity of 40 grammes of chlorine dioxide per hour, which corresponds to around 27 litres of chlorine dioxide solution,” says Steffen Roth, Head of Development at Lutz-Jesco GmbH. “The chlorine dioxide system is ideally suited to the disinfection of drinking water in a range of contexts such as small waterworks, hospitals, hotels and the beverage industry.”

Vacuum mixing reduces maintenance requirements and the risk of outages

A special feature of the EASYZON L is the vacuum mixing of the chemicals without the use of dosing pumps. The system generates a vacuum to draw in the hydrochloric acid and sodium chlorite. The liquids are drawn in by a Venturi ejector. “This approach not only enables precise mixing but also reduces the complexity of the system, thereby reducing costs, maintenance requirements and the risk of outages,” explains Roth.

The vacuum procedure also minimizes the safety risk. Working under low pressure, it reduces the likelihood of leaks and uncontrolled pressure increases that result from defective dosing pumps. Another special feature: The flow sensors for chemicals and water incorporated in EASYZON L enable especially precise monitoring of the mixing process. “Many commercially available systems only measure the strokes of the dosing pumps, which is often less accurate.”

EASYZON L enables reliable and sustainable water disinfection

The chlorine dioxide solution produced by EASYZON L enables efficient disinfection of drinking water. Despite its low concentration, the solution is effective against a wide range of micro-organisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa. High stability over a wide pH range from five to 11 ensures reliability in various applications. Moreover, chlorine dioxide forms fewer by-products during the disinfection process in comparison with chlorine and leaves no unpleasant odours or tastes.

As Roth says: “The combination of these features makes EASYZON L an ideal solution for water treatment and other industrial applications.”

Connected Africa Summit 2024

The 5th Edition of Connected Africa, Africa’s Premier Telecom Summit delivering holistic insight into digital infrastructure developments and trends, organised by The International Center for Strategic Alliances is scheduled for the 22nd of May 2024, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Connected Africa will bring top executives from telecom carriers, technology vendors, infrastructure providers, and regulatory and government officials together to deliberate on the way forward, conducive environment, strategies to innovate next generation networks, as well as potential and pain points.

Wireless infrastructure, VoLTE & 4G LTE, Network management, Big data, BI, Cloud, Security, Analytics, Next Gen opportunities VAS, OTT, OSS/BSS, IoT & M2M is becoming ever more important, across the Telecom Sector.

This is a not to be missed opportunity for experts, business people, and practitioners to discuss practical and cost-effective solutions to developing the ICT business. With this as a driver, ICSA presents the 5th Edition of the Connected Africa Summit.

This edition will deliberate on, and focus on developing solutions to, critical ICT issues. The Summit is a not to be missed opportunity for experts, business people, and practitioners to discuss practical and cost-effective solutions to developing the ICT business.

Smart Procurement World Indaba 2024

Discover the pulse of procurement innovation at the 2024 Smart Procurement World Indaba, where ‘The DNA of Procurement’ takes center stage. 

Uncover the intricacies that define procurement’s genetic makeup, exploring the interconnected strands that shape every decision, transaction, and relationship. 

Just as the DNA carries the genetic information that shapes living organisms, the DNA of Procurement intricately weaves through every aspect of the supply chain, determining its structure, resilience, and ultimate success.

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Join industry leaders, visionaries, and professionals to unlock the secrets hidden within “The DNA of Procurement.” This is where innovation meets integration, and where the future of procurement is shaped.

Northern Cape takes the lead in green hydrogen

One of the Northern Cape’s biggest companies, Anglo American, is pioneering hydrogen-powered trucks. Credit: Anglo American

Hydrogen is a clean fuel that can be made from any number of sources. The prospect of producing hydrogen from clean, renewable sources is exciting scientists, investors and governments all over the world.

Electrolysers split water into oxygen and hydrogen. If the power that is used to run the electrolyser is clean, then the resulting hydrogen is said to be “green hydrogen”.

The Northern Cape has everything that is needed to make green hydrogen in large quantities: great solar and wind resources, lots of land and provincial and national governments eager to harness the energies of the private and public sectors.

The National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Research, Development and Innovation strategy (Hydrogen South Africa) was established in 2008. South Africa currently uses fossil fuels to make two types of hydrogen: “brown” (coal) and “blue” (gasification with carbon capture).

Studies have started to appear about the creation of hydrogen valleys in parts of South Africa and there has been an understandable focus on areas that produce platinum group metals. Platinum is a vital part of hydrogen fuel-cell technology because of its ability to tolerate high temperatures and to act as a catalyst for generating electricity.

However, one of South Africa’s key points of difference in the competition to become a global green hydrogen hub – and there will be lots of competition – is access to renewable energy resources (a Northern Cape strength) and Sasol.

Sasol is a chemicals and energy company with a large global footprint and a history of innovation. One of the key projects that Sasol is putting its weight behind is in the Northern Cape.

The company has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Northern Cape Development Agency (NCEDA) to lead the feasibility study to explore the potential of Boegoebaai as an export hub for green hydrogen and ammonia. The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) is involved in funding the study.

One of the province’s biggest investors, Anglo American, is running a project to power its trucks with green hydrogen and rolled out the first massive truck at one of its mines in another province. Its intention is to get its truck fleet running on hydrogen at all mines, including in the Northern Cape.

The Northern Cape Green Hydrogen strategy was announced in 2021 at COP26. A master plan for a green hydrogen Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is being developed, which aims to support 40GW of electrolyser capacity by 2050.

The Boegoebaai project is one of several green hydrogen, ammonia and power-to-X (P2X) potential projects which Sasol is assessing as part of a new strategy. The process of pre-qualification has begun, with consortiums entering bids to develop the port. One such grouping includes logistics operator Newyln Group, who are teaming up with international partners.

As Priscillah Mabelane, Executive Vice President for Energy at Sasol, says, “We believe that Southern Africa is well positioned to play in the global green hydrogen economy due to key structural advantages. In particular, our proprietary Fischer-Tropsch technologies and renewable endowments are some of the best in the world.”

Fischer-Tropsch refers to the technology that creates synthetic oils and fuels from coal, natural gas or biomass through gasification. Sasol has decades of experience in this field.

Sasol’s operations at Secunda in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. (Credit: Sasol)

Foreign and local partnerships

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) research into green hydrogen shows that from 2030 Japan intends importing about 300 000 tons of hydrogen per year (at a target price of $3 per kilogram), rising to between five-million and 10-million tons of hydrogen per year by 2050.

As the Principal Research Engineer of CSIR, Thomas Roos, states: “CSIR modelling has shown that the combination of South Africa’s excellent solar and wind resources and the expected cost reductions over time in solar PV, wind and electrolyser equipment allows green ammonia produced in South Africa to be delivered to Japan in 2030, meeting the Japanese cost target.”

Germany will only generate 14% of the green hydrogen it will need to meet its decarbonisation targets. Namibia and South Africa are in its sights. Three German federal ministries are funding projects that involve the CSIR to develop the green hydrogen economy in South Africa.

Local partnerships were to the fore at the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the provincial governments of the Northern Cape and the Western Cape in 2022. The aim is to develop a green hydrogen corridor stretching along the west coast.

Four of the nine projects published as part of the Green Hydrogen National Programme (GHNP) are in the Northern Cape: the Prieska Power Reserve, the Ubuntu Green Energy Hydrogen Project, the Upilanga Solar and Green H2 Park and the Boegoebaai Green Hydrogen Development Programme.

The national Just Energy Transition Investment Plan has committed R1.6-billion over five years to pilot Skills Development Zones SDZs in the Northern Cape, Mpumalanga and the Eastern Cape. 

Invest in Hydrogen 

For more information or to invest in the Northern Cape hydrogen economy, contact the Northern Cape Department of Economic Development here.