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China opens record-breaking transparent bridge

The Hunan province is now home to the longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge in the world...

By Emile Uys 24 Aug 2016

ArcelorMittal to invest R4bn as cartel penalty

ArcelorMittal SA has undertaken to invest R4.6bn on plants and equipment in the next five years as part of a settlement agreement it has reached with the Competition Commission...

By Fifi Peters 24 Aug 2016

SA steel production rises 11% in July to 521,000 tons: worldsteel

South African steel production fell 11% year-on-year in July to an estimated 545,000 tonnes, after rising 6.9% year on year in June to 545,000 tonnes, according to the World Steel Association (worldsteel)...

By Helmo Preuss 23 Aug 2016

ArcelorMittal to pay R1.5bn fine for role in steel cartel

The Competition Commission has fined steel monopoly ArcelorMittal SA R1.5bn - the biggest fine imposed on a single company for anti-compettitive behaviour in SA's history...

By Fifi Peters 23 Aug 2016

Prefabricated classrooms installed to quell overcrowding

Kwikspace Modular Buildings (Kwikspace), local manufacturer of prefabricated buildings, has, together with the Department of Education, provided over 2,000 permanent and temporary new classrooms throughout South Africa over the last two to three years...

17 Aug 2016

New app launched to assess stainless steel life cycle costs

According to sassda, one of the biggest obstacles to the specification of stainless steel in certain applications is the misperception that it's more expensive in comparison to other initially cheaper options...

16 Aug 2016

Eco-friendly construction blocks made from plastic waste

ByFusion uses the RePlast system to turn ocean waste into usable construction material...

By Jamie Matroos 10 Aug 2016

Metals and engineering sector 'critical'

Seifsa says the metals and engineering sector in SA is on a cliff edge...

By Mark Allix 10 Aug 2016

The cities of the future could be built by microbes

You might be disappointed to hear that some intriguing underwater structures recently discovered off the Greek island of Zakynthos are not part of the lost city of Atlantis...

By Martyn Dade-Robertson 10 Aug 2016

Another 30 homes to be built in Nissanda

Another 30 homes will be built in Phase 2 of Nissan and the City of Tshwane's 'Nissanda' project. The project was launched in 2014 to provide housing...

5 Aug 2016

Durban's old Dunlop tyre factory almost ready for occupation

With the reinvention of Durban's old Dunlop tyre factory into state-of-the-art warehousing on track, the facility will be ready for occupation by logistics companies in October...

2 Aug 2016

Annual Master Builders Congress to build South Africa together

Now in its 111th year, the annual Master Builders Congress will be taking place from 31 August - 2 September 2016 at the Durban International Convention Centre...

2 Aug 2016

The South African industrial corrosive protection markets

One of the easiest ways to extend the life of an industrial installation is regular maintenance with a specific focus on corrosion detection, protection and care.

Issued by Analytix BI 28 Jul 2016

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