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Devoted to urban planning

Born in Kigali, Rwanda, this MIT student works to improve and provide affordable housing designs in Africa...

By Mbali Kgame 1 day ago

#InnovationMonth: New technique extracts value from industrial ponds

On a satellite map of any of SA's big mines or refineries, there will be a series of blue-green pools...

By Tamar Khan 1 day ago

McConnell Dowell scoops award for project excellence

McConnell Dowell, a subsidiary of Aveng Limited, was recently awarded for Excellence in Project Execution at the International Pipe Line & Offshore Contractors Association (IPLOCA) Awards...

23 hours ago

Quality control for building constructions: Six essential tests to perform

Quality control is a crucial process in many industries. It is particularly more important in building constructions for safety reasons...

Issued by Naija Writers’ Coach 19 hours ago

Questions mount over South Africa's planned nuclear power deal

Nuclear energy in South Africa is a very contentious issue. The decision on whether to proceed with the construction of a fleet of nuclear power plants is destined to become the financially most far reaching and consequential defining moment of the Jacob Zuma presidency...

By Hartmut Winkler 2 days ago

Encore for PE Opera House

The PE Opera House has recently undergone intricate renovations and expansions, transforming the building from a heritage site into a first class facility...

1 day ago

ARC acquires 18.36% stake in Afrimat

Minerals and construction supplier group Afrimat announced on Friday, 23 September, that African Rainbow Capital (ARC) had offered to buy 18.26% of its shares from the black economic partner...

3 days ago

Jacobs Capital, Vulindlela Holdings invest in Summit

Jacobs Capital and Vulindlela Holdings have purchased a majority stake in mobile crane hire company, Summit, for an undisclosed sum...

3 days ago

Eskom says it can fund nuclear

Eskom can pay for the nuclear build programme because it will have accumulated a R150bn cash pile in the next 10 years, according to its head of generation, Matshela Koko...

By Carol Paton 23 Sep 2016

Blok launches TENONQ

Blok recently launched its largest development to date TENONQ. Situated in Sea Point between Kloof and Regent Roads, the eight-storey building will house 53 apartments ...

23 Sep 2016

New research to stimulate trade growth in stainless steel sector

Research undertaken by the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (sassda) and the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa has provided local stainless steel fabricators insight into growth opportunities in new export markets as well as import substitution within the South African market...

23 Sep 2016

SA steel production falls 9.9% y/y in August to 446,000 tons: worldsteel

South African steel production fell 9.9% year on year (y/y) in August to an estimated 446,000 tons after an 11% drop in July and a 6.9% rise in June, according to the World Steel Association (worldsteel)...

By Helmo Preuss 23 Sep 2016

Revamp of 10 state-owned industrial parks begins

The first phase of upgrading 10 state-owned industrial parks is under way, with R180m allocated for the project this year, Department of Trade and Industry director-general Lionel October said on Wednesday, 21 September...

By Linda Ensor 22 Sep 2016

Profica provides design, build solution for ABSA

Construction and property solution company Profica has recently completed a tenant installation and full fit-out for ABSA bank's Umlazi Megacity branch in Durban...

22 Sep 2016

Professor Anna Tibaijuka receives sustainability award

Professor Anna Tibaijuka, former executive director of UN HABITAT, is the first woman to receive the 'H.R.H Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Award for Sustainable Development'.

21 Sep 2016

Two top China steelmakers announce merger to combat glut

Two of China's top steelmakers announced plans Tuesday, 20 September, to merge, creating the world's second-largest manufacturer of the commodity as markets struggle with a glut caused by Chinese overcapacity...

21 Sep 2016

WorleyParsons RSA forms iX Engineers

Worleyparsons RSA has formed iX Engineers, a black-owned consulting engineering company focusing on SA's public infrastructure sector...

By Mark Allix 20 Sep 2016

Masdar City: the ultimate experiment in sustainable urban living

Ten years ago in the United Arab Emirates, a new settlement was started from scratch, with the aim of becoming "the world's most sustainable city"...

By Susan Lee 20 Sep 2016

The South African scaffold rental market

Access to the right equipment, during any construction project is a fundamental requirement to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget...

Issued by Analytix BI 19 Sep 2016

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