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  • Sephaku Cement industry news from Global Cement

    20181130&ensp·&enspSouth Africa: Sephaku Holdings has reported that it is on schedule to commence production of cement at its associate company, Sephaku Cement, in the first two quarters of 2014. Sephaku Cement is a subsidiary of Nigerian multinational cement producer Dangote Cement.

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  • Sephaku Cement Cement Manufacturer

    Sephaku Cement, powered by Dangote Cement is changing the genetic code of cement in South Africa. With the most high tech plants in the country turning its turbines, it has injected fast, strong and confident DNA into an ageing sector.

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  • Sephaku Cement FY profit declines 16%

    2018322&ensp·&enspNigeriabacked cement producer Sephaku Cement has posted a 16% drop in its fullyear profit, despite revenue increasing by 3.7% to R2.37billion in 2017.

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  • Concrete.TV Sephaku Cement FY profit declines 16%

    2018323&ensp·&enspNigeriabacked cement producer Sephaku Cement posted a 16% drop in its fullyear profit, despite revenue increasing by 3.7% to R2.37billion in 2017. The company turned a profit of R73.9million in the second half of the year, compared with a loss of R16.1million in the first half, resulting in

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  • Sephaku Cement all set to produce clinker at Aganang IOL

    2014814&ensp·&enspSEPHAKU Cement, an associate of listed Sephaku Holdings, has completed the commissioning of the Aganang clinker facility in Lichtenburg in the North West and is ready to commence with production.

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  • Sephaku Cement defeats stiff competition to get back to black

    Sephaku Cement (SepCem) returned to profitability in the first half of 2018, but the Nigerianbacked cement producer is continuing to struggle with intense competition, particularly in Gauteng.

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  • Sephaku Cement Cement industry news from Global Cement

    2018125&ensp·&enspSephaku Holdings has a 36% stake in Sephaku Cement, with the remaining 64% owned by Dangote Cement. Mohuba said that the production of its own clinker was an important step for Sephaku Cement in enabling it to become a fullyintegrated producer of cement.

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  • Sales slump and higher cost of new plant eat into Sephaku

    20171110&ensp·&enspNigerianbacked cement producer Sephaku said on Thursday that markets in the six months ended September were weak but recovered strongly. Revenue from its

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  • Production commences at Sephaku Cement's Delmas plant

    Sephaku Holdings Limited announced on Wednesday that Sephaku Cement has begun commercial production at its Delmas milling plant. Sephaku Cement (SepCem), an associate company of Sephaku Holdings, is currently developing a cement production facility at Aganang in the North West Province as well as the grinding facility at Delmas in Mpumalanga.

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  • Sephaku launches production at Delmas plant cemnet

    2014116&ensp·&enspSephaku Cement began commercial production at its Delmas grinding plant on 6 January 2014 following a successful commissioning phase, Sephaku Holdings has announced. The Delmas plant, situated in east of Gauteng, is expected to ramp up capacity to

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  • Sephaku Holdings Ltd marketscreener

    Sephaku has a 36percent stake in Cement and a 100percent interest in Métier Mixed Concrete, the supplier of quality readymixed concrete products and concrete pumping services. Dangote Cement, Africa's largest cement producer, owns 64percent of Cement. In the 12 months to the end of December last year, Cement increased revenue by 3.7percent.

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  • Sephaku Cement on Vimeo

    SepCem is a cement producer with modern manufacturing technologies and acute marketing skills.

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  • Sephaku Cement Our Shareholders

    SepCem is a cement producer with modern manufacturing technologies and acute marketing skills. SepCem's main business activity is the manufacture, marketing and distribution of highquality cementitious products to a broad spectrum of cement users.

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  • Jobs with Sephaku Cement (Manufacturing Industry)

    About Sephaku Cement (Manufacturing Industry) Sephaku Cement, powered by Dangote Cement is changing the genetic code of cement in South Africa. With the most high tech plants in the country turning its turbines, it has injected fast, strong and confident DNA into an ageing sector.

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  • Sephaku Cement on schedule to start 2017 SepHold

    Sephaku Cement's short to mediumterm target is to become the most efficient and lowestcost producer of cement in South Africa, while its longterm target must be viewed in the context of the growth strategy of its majority shareholder, African cement producer Dangote Cement, Fourie says.

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  • Sephaku Cement Company Profile Construction Mag

    2018103&ensp·&enspSephaku Cement is committed to being the subSaharan driver of Dangote Cement's bold vision to build prosperity in Africa. As a 64%owned subsidiary of the company, customers gain access to a range of benefits, which are unlocked as a direct result of being part of a truly panAfrican manufacturer and distributor of cement, including:

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  • SANS101403_

    201198&ensp·&enspThis standard was downloaded on 20110908 13:06 by Mr. Johan Van Aswegen of Sephaku Cement. b Propane (vapour)b Methane Nitrogen Oxygen Producer 2 Basic

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  • Production starts at Sephaku's Delmas cement plant

    2014115&ensp·&enspCement production has started at Sephaku Cement's (SepCem's) 1.4milliontonayear Delmas milling plant, which would ramp up to full output by mid2014. The cement producer has dispatched the

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  • Sephaku Cement on schedule to start production in

    20121214&ensp·&enspSephaku Cement's projects include the 1.2millionton a year Aganang cement production facility near Lichtenburg, in the Northwest, and a 1.4millionton a year grinding facility, in Delmas.

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  • Concrete.TV Sephaku Cement

    2018121&ensp·&enspSephaku Cement is a 64% owned subsidiary of Dangote Cement plc and an associate company of JSElisted Sephaku Holdings. The South African integrated clinker and cement producer has an operational cement milling plant in Delmas, Mpumlanga and is nearing completion of its 6,000 ton per day clinker facility near Lichtenburg in the North West Province.

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