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Neighbours and building plans

This article considers the legal standing of neighbours to object to, and prevent, the approval of building plans...

By Chantelle Gladwin and Maike Gohl 3 days ago

Angola's hydropower revolution presents environmental risks

If not carefully managed, hydro-electric schemes along Angola's Kwanza River could have severe environmental impacts...

3 days ago

City Power empowers engineering students

City Power has employed 24 electrical engineering students as part of its contribution to give unemployed youth much needed work experience...

18 Oct 2016

Planned urbanisation can grow economy

If South Africa manages urbanisation well, it can reverse the apartheid spatial patterns and increase economic growth and social cohesion, says Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Andries Nel...

17 Oct 2016

New president for MBSA

Bafikile Bonke Simelane has been announced as president of Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) at the annual MBSA Congress in Durban...

14 Oct 2016

R12m boost for J-Bay beaches

The main beach area in Jeffreys Bay is set to undergo a facelift thanks to a financial boost of more than R12m from the Department of Environmental Affairs...

By Avuyile Mngxitama-Diko 14 Oct 2016

Check your building plans before selling your home

Get your house in order before you sell it - one of the things that can cause massive delays in the transfer process is an issue with the building plans...

Issued by Private Property 10 Oct 2016

Road engineers urged to design safe roads

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has called on road engineers to design safe roads, as the state of the country's road surface continues to pose a challenge...

7 Oct 2016

Fort Hare overpays R63m for work done on residences

As universities grapple with lack of money to fund the free education demanded by students, it has emerged that the University of Fort Hare overpaid a service provider contracted to refurbish residences at the Alice campus by nearly R63m...

6 Oct 2016

Chinese-built railway links Ethiopia to sea

With Chinese conductors at the helm, a fleet of shiny new trains will this week begin plying a new route from the Ethiopian capital to Djibouti, in a major boost to both economies...

6 Oct 2016

Quantity surveyors support value engineering

For those in the construction industry the term quantity surveyor is commonly known...

By Larry Feinberg 5 Oct 2016

R24m upgrade for old Evaton road

The Gauteng Department for Roads and Transport will repair the D904 road, which is also known as the old Evaton road, at a cost of R24m...

5 Oct 2016

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