What strikes in South Africa really mean to metals – Commodities Corner – MarketWatch

Oct 19, 2012, 8:00 am EDT. Striking platinum miners march near the Anglo-American Platinum mine near Rustenburg in South Africa's North West Province on Oct 5, 2012. The six-week strike cut the company's platinum production by 21% for the fiscal year 2012.

BBC News – D-Day looms for South Africa's Jacob Zuma

3 December 2012 Last updated at 05:27 ET. With the ANC's huge majority in South Africa, whoever leads the party is virtually assured of leading the country after the 2014 elections. Reports in local newspapers said the building costs include a clinic, helicopter pad and underground bunkers amongst other facilities.

Kenya building a digital future in Africa's silicon savannah – World news – guardian.co.uk

Guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 30 October 2012 12.41 EDT. Kenyans enjoy faster broadband connections than their counterparts in Africa's economic powerhouse, South Africa. And the government plans to build a $7bn (£4.36bn), 5,000-acre technology city that is already being branded Africa's "Silicon Savannah".

South Africa $35 Billion Rail Plan to Unlock Minerals – Bloomberg

South Africa doesn't have the best track record on building infrastructure, with projects frequently delayed or costs running above projections. Building New Links. The total cost of transporting goods via road is about 75 percent more than on rail, according to the utility.

Ernst & Young – Real Estate – Building your business future – Ernst & Young – South Africa

2012 REIT report. Real Estate, hospitality and construction companies appear to be shifting from creating value by controlling costs to creating revenue synergies. Top thoughts for 2012. 2012 real estate investment survey. What does 2012 hold for European real estate markets.

Sustaining sanitation services costs 5-20 times more than building a latrine – Sanitation Updates

Second announcement and call for registration: The second International Faecal Sludge Management Conference will take place from the 29 to 31 October 2012, with an optional field trip on the 1 November 2012 in Durban, South Africa.

South Africa Reborn – PBS NewsHour – March 26, 1998 – PBS

I would like to think of such a possibility but when I hear talk of capacity building, which is what the World Bank talks about, or globalization, which also means downsizing, out-sourcing, privatization, I think the prospects are that things are going to get worse both in South Africa and in continent of Africa and ou…

South Africa $35 Billion Rail Plan to Unlock Minerals – Businessweek

South Africa doesn't have the best track record on building infrastructure, with projects frequently delayed or costs running above projections. Building New Links. The total cost of transporting goods via road is about 75 percent more than on rail, according to the utility.

Infrastructure needs investors – Zuma – SouthAfrica.info – 19 October 2012

Facts and figures, growth, opportunities, investor support – doing business in South Africa at a glance. The government will require the support of investors to realise the speedy implementation of South Africa's proposed mega infrastructure programme, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday.

South Africa has a way to make oil from coal – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A single plant capable of producing about 80,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day — less than 0.5 percent of America's daily oil diet — would cost an estimated $6 billion or more to build. October 17, 2012 2:27 am.

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