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Exciting new offerings at Eastgate
Exciting new offerings at Eastgate

The Eastgate Shopping Centre is currently undergoing considerable construction work as the centre progresses through its refurbishment and international brands and some really big new offerings are on the cards...

31 Jul 2015 11:10

Inyatsi Construction's safety management programme pays off
Inyatsi Construction's safety management programme pays off

With 33 sites running in four different countries, the Inyatsi Construction Group achieved over one million lost time injury-free hours in October and November 2014...

29 Jul 2015 11:54



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Plan to develop lake precinct

Management at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is in discussions with the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) to redevelop some aspects of the North End Lake precinct as a stepping stone to greater economic activity in that part of the city...

24 Jul 2015 06:56

Work on OSSB at the Port of Saldanha has commenced
Work on OSSB at the Port of Saldanha has commenced

Construction on Transnet National Ports Authority's new Off-Shore Supply Base (OSSB) at the Port of Saldanha has commenced....

23 Jul 2015 11:19

Introducing world-class manufacturer, Ganizo Emporium - Ganizo Emporium
Introducing world-class manufacturer, Ganizo Emporium

Founder Albert Mlazi has taken the reigns as MD of newly launched manufacturing all-rounder, Ganizo Emporium...

Issued by Ganizo Emporium 22 Jul 2015 16:05

Durban dry dock set for final phase of repair
Durban dry dock set for final phase of repair

Over the next four months the Prince Edward Graving Dry Dock in Durban, owned and operated by Transnet National Ports Authority...

22 Jul 2015 15:10

Infrastructure plan bears fruit
Infrastructure plan bears fruit

PRETORIA: Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe says the government has taken the advice of the National Development Plan to heart and put in place...

17 Jul 2015 15:10

GIL Africa congress to address convergence in energy and more
GIL Africa congress to address convergence in energy and more

Frost & Sullivan will present key trends influencing the African landscape at the Growth Innovation Leadership (GIL) Africa congress at The Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town on 20 August 2015.

17 Jul 2015 15:04

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Major upgrade to N2 near Grahamstown

A stretch of road between Grahamstown and the Fish River on the N2 is being upgraded at a cost of R900m...

17 Jul 2015 07:08

Investors likely to put Accelerate Property Fund on buying list
Investors likely to put Accelerate Property Fund on buying list

More investors are likely to place Accelerate Property Fund on their buying lists after the company finally acquired the rights to add another 90000m² to Fourways Mall...

13 Jul 2015 10:19

N2 Wild Coast Toll Road set to start
N2 Wild Coast Toll Road set to start

PRETORIA: Rural Development and Land Reform minister Gugile Nkwinti, has announced that the construction of the proposed new N2 Wild Coast Toll Road...

13 Jul 2015 09:15

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Construction records low compliance in health, safety

The Department of Labour says it has found that the construction industry has a less than 50% rate of compliance to health and safety...

10 Jul 2015 12:15

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Q1 cement data suggests booming construction sector

The 15.6% year-on-year (y/y) rise in cement sales volume in the first quarter of 2015 suggests a booming construction sector...

By Helmo Preuss 9 Jul 2015 10:45

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Major improvements in pipeline for Hout Bay

Hout Bay in Cape Town has long ago lost its sleepy village atmosphere and is now a thriving hub of businesses as well as a busy community...

9 Jul 2015 06:51

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Phase two of new Bhisho offices gets green light

Premier Phumulo Masualle's executive council has given the go-ahead for the roll-out of phase two of the new multimillion-rand Bhisho offices...

2 Jul 2015 07:44

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Building Confidence Index lower in second quarter of 2015

The FNB/BER Building Confidence Index shed a further two points to register a level of 53 in the second quarter of 2015...

2 Jul 2015 06:54

790 artisans receive training in KZN
790 artisans receive training in KZN

PRETORIA: A total of 790 artisans in various fields are receiving training in KwaZulu-Natal as part of the Human Resource Development Council Secretariat programme...

29 Jun 2015 15:14

Mechanically stabilised earth wall system installed in Ballito
Mechanically stabilised earth wall system installed in Ballito

Consultancy services company SMEC South Africa was closely involved with the design and project supervision of a mechanically stabilised earth (MSE) wall system on Ballito Drive in KwaZulu-Natal...

29 Jun 2015 10:19

Paving of Ballito's walkways completed
Paving of Ballito's walkways completed

Paving of walkways in Ballito on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast has recently been completed...

25 Jun 2015 13:08

East Point shopping centre to be revamped
East Point shopping centre to be revamped

Located in Boksburg east of Johannesburg, East Rand Galleria Shopping Centre will be revamped at a cost of R420m and renamed East Point as it enters a new era of shopping...

24 Jun 2015 06:26

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Infrastructure is inextricable part of property development

Infrastructure planning has become an inextricable part of property investment, development and management in South Africa...

24 Jun 2015 06:00

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Cheaper to buy than to build

The latest data from Absa Home Loans indicates that building a new home is just becoming too expensive, especially during this period of economic uncertainty and rising electricity costs...

22 Jun 2015 06:37

Durban's bulk water pipeline project on target
Durban's bulk water pipeline project on target

The water pipeline extending from Inchanga Station to Alverstone Reservoir and then to Ashley Drive in Kloof in Durban is now complete and will be handed over to eThekwini Water and Sanitation (EWS) in July 2015...

19 Jun 2015 06:34

Wits University honours Prof Fred Cawood
Wits University honours Prof Fred Cawood

The University of the Witwatersrand's School of Mining Engineering has paid tribute to the contribution made by its former Head of School, Prof Fred Cawood, during his five year tenure from 2010 to 2014...

19 Jun 2015 06:26

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Seminar on construction industry regulations to be held

An informational session will be held ahead of the implementation of new labour regulations in the construction industry...

18 Jun 2015 06:13

SANRAL wins two awards for civil engineering structures
SANRAL wins two awards for civil engineering structures

The Concrete Society of Southern Africa has presented the Fulton Award in the category for civil engineering structures over R100m in value to the partially-opened Umgeni Road Interchange in Durban...

15 Jun 2015 08:42

Development of Thavhani Mall a step closer
Development of Thavhani Mall a step closer

The Thulamela Municipality has confirmed the transfer of 27ha to Thavhani Property Investments on which the new 50,000m2 Thavhani Mall will be developed...

15 Jun 2015 08:27

Architectural and engineering approaches to infection control - Continuing Education - University of Pretoria
Architectural and engineering approaches to infection control

Continuing Education - University of Pretoria is offering a free course to professionals in the Built Environment (architects/engineering practitioners) and healthcare sectors...

Issued by Continuing Education - University of Pretoria 12 Jun 2015 12:26

The Cuban engineer conundrum
The Cuban engineer conundrum

Beware - the Cubans are coming! That's the clarion call from some of the most important umbrella engineering organisations in South Africa...

By Dhesigen Naidoo 9 Jun 2015 06:25

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