Utiliy Maintenance Supplement

Utility Maintenance Supplement 2017

In issue 3 2017, ESI Africa’s focus is on utility maintenance. Read about best practices in implementing condition monitoring systems and find out how...
coal sector

6 Strategies to manage COVID-19 risk in South Africa’s coal sector

Providing energy to South Africa during the COVID-19 lockdown is essential, making suppliers, such as for coal, to Eskom vital to the energy sector.
directives

SA in 21-day lockdown: Directives for energy and mining from the...

The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy has issued directives on how to deal with the spread of Covid-19 following consultation with key stakeholders.
video

BMP61 Label Printer: Flawlessly finish almost any cable & component label!

Watch the video to get the full picture on the BMP61 Label Printer from Brady, which offers great performance that matches your own.

Experience Evolution: Swap your portable label printer for the newest from...

Swap your current portable label printer for the newest professional Brady label printer for free, or at -50%, when buying professional label consumables.
video

Interview: What’s the status of SA’s electricity plan?

ESI Africa spoke with Kevin Mileham, the Shadow Minister of Mineral Resources & Energy to assess the current status of South Africa's...
Fidelity Fire Solutions

Fidelity Fire Solutions partners with Eaton

When it comes to safety, and especially fire safety there is no such thing as compromise. Fidelity Fire Solutions is proud to...
BradyPrinter A5500

Brady helps you identify cables three times faster

With the new BradyPrinter A5500 Flag Printer Applicator operators can significantly increase production output by flagging cables in five seconds.
condition monitoring systems

Condition monitoring systems market reinforced by power generation growth

A flourishing power generation industry is set to bolster demand for condition monitoring systems and will reflect a 9.5% CAGR over 2019-29, finds a report.
Mandla Maleka

Eskom shares its findings on what led to Koeberg Unit 1...

Eskom has explained that on 10 March 2020, Koeberg Unit 1 was manually tripped by the operators in line with the operating procedure.
water access

Namibia aims for 100% water access by 2030, acquires AfDB support

Namibia has set out plans for the production and transfer of water resources to improve access to potable water and for agricultural and industrial use.

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