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The concept of spring and how it affects us all is a funny subject, suddenly the world packs themselves into the gyms of our world and start to panic about the pending summer months and holiday season. For us at Magnus, it marks the start of something else.

The start of spring chimes the bell for us to start pushing forward to make certain that we have looked after every single one of our clients and drive to meet the awesome standards that we have set ourselves by making sure we get our orders through and sales met.


We’re happy to being the news wrap once again.

This week…

Mining charter overhaul ‘on cards’ due to lack of transformation
TALK is rife that the government has established a working group to draw up a completely new mining charter, rather than amending the one that expired on May 1, according to attorney Hulme Scholes of MalanScholes… (Read more)

Eqstra let down by its mining division
LABOUR unrest, the general slowdown in mining and infrastructure, and the impairment of an investment dented the earnings of listed leasing and capital equipment company Eqstra in the year to June. (Read more)

China’s Runaway Steel Industry
Last weekend, the best place to observe China’s wrenching effort to retool its growth model and economy might have been the Beijing Landmark Towers, a run-down government-owned hotel where rooms could be had for around $70. For delegates to the eighth annual China International Metal Recycling Forum, the setting was a stark comedown from last year, when the same event took place in a sparkling new Le Meridien in Chongqing, gateway to western China. (Read more)