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Siemens, Halske & Co., London, supplies telegraph equipment for the line from Capetown to Simonstown.
John Abraham & Co., Capetown, becomes the agent of Siemens Brothers in South Africa.
G.A.Boettger, Capetown becomes the sole agent for Siemens Brothers.
An S&H telephone is installed for the president of the South African Republic, Paul Krüger, in Pretoria.
S&H receives an order for the first public power station in Capetown.
Siemens & Halske South African Agency Johannesburg is founded; a major order is received from Rand Central Electric Works Ltd., Johannesburg, for a power plant to supply the gold mines.
The company is renamed Siemens Ltd. Johannesburg.
The company moves into its own office building in Johannesburg.
SSW appoints C.Kleudgen, Johannesburg as its agent.
Siemens (S.A.) Ltd., Johannesburg, is founded with numerous sub-agencies.
A Berlin Committee of Siemens (S.A.) Ltd. is set up.
A new company, Protos Engineering (Pty.) Ltd., Johannesburg, is founded; two years later the old name Siemens S.A. (Pty.) Ltd. is reintroduced.
Siemens and the Ministry of Posts and Telegraphy sign a ten-year-delivery contract.
A telecommunication factory is established in Koedoespoort, Pretoria.
The company moves into the new Siemens building in Johannesburg.
Capetown is supplied with the first computer-controlled traffic system.
An order is received to equip Kendal, the largest coal-fired power plant in the world.
An order for large rectifier stations is received from the aluminum factory ALUSAF.
The first Government telemedicine contract is awarded to Siemens.
Siemens receives a large order for the installation of a railway interlocking signalling system on the Kimberley-De Aar line.
Siemens is awarded a turnkey contract for the Cell C mobile network infrastructure.
Siemens (SBS) signs an IT outsourcing contract with the Department of Labour.
An order is received for first bi-plane flat panel cardiac catheterisation laboratories in Africa for the Red Cross Childrens Hospital.
The company is awarded a contract by Eskom to modernize the instrumentation and control system for the Majuba power plant in Amersfoort. Cooperation with the plant operator is maintained via remote services
Siemens heads the Impilo consortium, which the Ministry of Health of KwaZulu Province commissioned to equip, administer and operate the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital in Durban
South Africa, Siemens offices in Johannesburg, 1930