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Newmont deploys first hybrid loader in Africa to reduce carbon emission

Business Ghana 16 Jul 2024
Newmont Corporation’s Africa Business unit has deployed the Cat® diesel-electric R2900 XE hybrid loader at Subika Underground mine in Ahafo South ... for Newmont’s business unit in Africa.
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Cyril Ramaphosa pays homage to late Sacos, non-racial sport stalwart Frank van der Host

Independent online (SA) 10 Jul 2024
“Sacos worked closely with civic organisations, youth movements, trade unions and underground liberation structures on numerous campaigns and protests. Sacos resisted South Africa’s participation in international sport with only white athletes.”.
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KEC International shares gain on securing ₹1,025-crore order

Business Line 27 Jun 2024
... and underground cabling in West Africa, and supply of towers, hardware and poles in the US.
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Ex-Trump adviser urges him to cut ties with China, restart nuclear tests

Stars and Stripes 19 Jun 2024
should consider deploying all its 177,000 Marines to the Pacific region, “relieving it in particular of missions in the Middle East and North Africa.”.
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Trump should cut China ties: ex-adviser

Taipei Times 18 Jun 2024
... reorientation of US forces, saying the US should consider deploying all its 177,000 Marines to the Pacific region, “relieving it in particular of missions in the Middle East and North Africa.”.
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Omnia pays out special dividend after posting healthy annual earnings

Independent online (SA) 11 Jun 2024
Across the rest of Africa, market diversification mitigated some of the volume impact of macroeconomic challenges ... In Africa, the focus was on protecting this market and growing distribution in key regions and expanding product and service offerings.
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Pull up that plant! These are the most invasive plants in Massachusetts ecosystems

The Gardner News 07 Jun 2024
How invasive plants impact wildfires ... Fox - 10 Phoenix ... Autumn olive ... Brought as a garden plant from Northern Africa, Asia and Europe. It invades wetlands, sending out rhizomes (underground stems) to form dense colonies that displace native species ...
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Omai Gold raising $10 million for Guyana project

Resource World 31 May 2024
Omai Gold Mines Corp ... Cameron is a mining engineer with 25 years of experience in mine planning, engineering, and project management for large-scale open pit and underground operations in North and South America, Africa, Southeast Asia and Guyana ... ....
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Jewish protesters removed from Johannesburg anti-Israel conference

The American Israelite 23 May 2024
The “Global Anti-Apartheid Conference for Palestine” was taking place inside, attended, by invitation only, by many recognized anti-Israel voices including South Africa’s minister of international relations, Naledi Pandor.
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Load shedding & water woes: Can South Africa fix its ailing infrastructure?

Al Jazeera 22 May 2024
list 2 of 4Power crisis, bird flu trigger imminent chicken shortage in South Africa ... “It just spills underground or on to streets,” said Richard Meissner, associate professor of politics at the University of South Africa (Unisa) in Pretoria.
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Petra Diamonds CEO sees diamond prices stabilising this year

Independent online (SA) 20 May 2024
Petra Diamonds expects diamond prices to stabilise later this year after the company – with two underground operations in South Africa and Tanzania and one open-pit mine in Tanzania – recorded a dip in prices received for auctions early this year.
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Anxious Zimbabwean migrants, smugglers watch South Africa’s election

Al Jazeera 15 May 2024
What he is sure about, he said, is that even if the next government tightens South Africa’s immigration policy, he will not stop his work but move it further underground ... But for many in Matabeleland South, the links to South Africa are the strongest.
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Politician of Turkish origin to compete in South Africa's general elections

Anadolu Agency 12 May 2024
In South Africa’s general elections, a politician of Turkish origin, Mehmet Vefa Dag, will compete to become the premier of Western Cape, one of the country's largest provinces ... Africa, Dag said.
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Xinhua world news summary at 0030 GMT, May 11

China.dot.org 11 May 2024
CAPE TOWN -- The death toll in the building collapse in South Africa rose to 12 on Friday, as the incident site was declared a "no-fly zone." ... The reasons for the collapse, which included an underground parking garage, are still under investigation.

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