Tuesday, 08 July 2003 02:00

Bid for Pechiney puts Coega at risk.

Johannesburg-The e3.39 billion (R28.6 billion) hostile bid for Pechiney, the world's fourth-biggest aluminium maker, by Alcan, the global number two player, could have serious implications for Coega, the flagship industrial development zone 20km northeast of Port Elizabeth.

South Africa is boosting spending on roads, railways and ports in a bid to get business moving after a decade of fiscal austerity.

Empowerment dispute delays R700m expansion

Wednesday, 04 June 2003 02:00

New project could cut costs in property.

Demand-side management initiatives to be introduced by Eskom could lead to reductions in property operating costs, says Richard Murphy, head of the facilities management division of Old Mutual Properties.

Demand-side management initiatives to be introduced by Eskom shortly could lead to significant reductions in property operating costs, says Richard Murphy, head of the facilities management division of Old Mutual Properties.

A decision to build the world's most advanced aluminium smelter at Coega came a lot closer yesterday with the news that Eskom and the SA Ports Authority have signed agreements with French firm Pechiney.

Friday, 01 November 2002 10:01

Pechiney expected to sign up this month.

Port Elizabeth - The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is expected to sign an agreement with Pechiney, the French resources giant, before the end of November.

Friday, 08 February 2002 03:01

Lease renegotiation for Sun

Corporate Real Estate Services, a division of Old Mutual Properties, has saved Sun International R1 million through renegotiation of a lease on its Cape Town offices.

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