Cape Town – A combination of good production conditions, a weaker rand and a rebound in exports has economists predicting “a recovery year” for the agricultural sector.
The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted mining operations across the globe but, as lockdowns lift and miners adjust to new ways of working, we look at whether coronavirus could be the spark for an autonomous revolution.
Over the past year there have been occasional pings for an update on the huge gas find at the strangely named Brulpadda Prospect 175km off the Southern Cape coast.
It’s not only trillions of rands that South Africa needs to meet its lofty infrastructure goals but also project prioritisation and a plan to access the specialist skills of people in retirement and working in the private sector, says James Formby, RMB chief executive officer.
Orion Minerals plans to pick up where Anglovaal left off.
Today a Senate committee will hear about a bill that would help farmers adopt practices to release less carbon from the soil, reducing planetary warming.