Source: https://bit.ly/2AX63xN Plans for a multi million dollar integrated protein production hub at Coominya has been awarded preliminary approval by Somerset Regional Council. The Brisbane Valley Protein Precinct master plan aims to satisfy Asia’s appetite for quality meat and will help position the region for a buoyant future. Brisbane Valley Protein managing director, Duncan Brown, welcomed […]
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The Brisbane Valley Protein Precinct has taken an important step towards satisfying Asia’s appetite for quality meat. Australia’s Somerset Regional Council has granted preliminary approval for the company’s masterplan, a strong endorsement of the project. The masterplan is set on 2500 acres (1011 hectares) near the town of Coominya and features ten sub areas accommodating […]
Safika’s Australian Brisbane Valley Holdings has exported its first shipment of quails to Hong Kong, a milestone for what is to become a major export hub for Safika’s agricultural enterprises.
Australia’s Brisbane Valley Protein Precinct, in which Safika has a significant investment, has launched its new quail processing plant. It was officially opened by Australia’s State Development Minister Cameron Dick. Safika’s chairman Saki Macozoma was present at the event. The R20-million plant is the first stage of the protein precinct master plan which will be […]
Macozoma still interested in PE rail links that export his ore As a young boy fascinated by the seemingly endless strings of wagons, Saki Macozoma took pleasure from watching trains as they trundled their way along Port Elizabeth’s railway lines. These days, a youthful, 61-year-old Macozoma still keeps a sharp eye on the railway tracks, […]
Oswin Slade, chief executive of Safika group’s UNICOM technology company, presents a cheque to support the development of young South African cricketers to JP Duminy’s JP21 project. He is bringing international business to South Africa’s economy and donating to South African cricket. It was 42 years ago when Oswin, disgusted by apartheid, left his Stellenbosch […]
Against the background of rising calls for radical economic transformation in South Africa’s mining sector, particularly transformation that benefits the country’s communities, grassroots shareholders of the black-controlled Ntsimbintle were last week able to celebrate the Northern Cape manganese mining company’s latest R300-million dividend payout – and also look to a new Kalahari manganese project on […]
Source: http://www.miningne.ws/2017/06/26/celebrating-transformation-where-its-needed-most/ The calls for radical economic transformation in South Africa’s mining sector, particularly transformation that favours the country’s communities, are rising in their urgency, their frustration and their exasperation. So it was with no small measure of pride that dignitaries, shareholders, business luminaries, and VIP guests including Inside Mining, gathered on 22 June 2017 […]
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