Own space on the biggest multi-industry B2B news site in Africa?
Own space on the biggest multi-industry B2B news site in Africa?

Location, location, location - a real estate term used to describe the benefits of a property investment is as relevant in the online media space.

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 3 days ago

Tiffany Chu on redesigning the way cities build their transport routes
Tiffany Chu on redesigning the way cities build their transport routes

Tiffany Chu was an MIT student envoy sent to help with relief efforts in New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. “I was a fresh, bushy-eyed student. It was basically one of my first jobs,” she said.

By Jamie Matroos 8 Sep 2017

Cleansing the air with clever anti-pollutant roof tiles
Cleansing the air with clever anti-pollutant roof tiles

The Smog Eating Tile is an innovative piece of technology that neutralises the harmful compounds emitted from most cars. Its creator, Boral Roofing is a company based in Los Angeles, which is one of the most polluted cities in the world when it comes to air quality. The city's dire pollution problem, as also documented in certain areas of China, India and Russia, comes due to years of unchecked fossil fuel emissions from highway traffic, farm equipment and diesel trucks.

By Emile Uys 7 Sep 2017

Italtile-Ceramic deal to take effect in October
Italtile-Ceramic deal to take effect in October

Building materials retailer Italtile said on Wednesday, 6 September, its deal to acquire Ceramic Industries would take effect on 2 October, after the companies receive regulatory clearance.

6 Sep 2017

Tsogo Sun spending US$100m in Africa
Tsogo Sun spending US$100m in Africa

In line with its growth strategy‚ Tsogo Sun has announced an investment of US$100m to be used to expand the group's hotel network in Africa.

25 Apr 2013

Hidden Valley is a problem for Newcrest
Hidden Valley is a problem for Newcrest

The Hidden Valley mine in Papua New Guinea is a "problem child" and three key areas have come under focus to bring costs down‚ said Greg Robinson‚ chief executive of Australia's Newcrest Mining‚ which shares the project with Harmony Gold.

By Allan Seccombe 24 Apr 2013

Flight cancellation caused by equipment

The East London airport is busy replacing its damaged glide slope equipment, which resulted in South African Airways (SAA) cancelling flights on Sunday (21 April) in the rainy weather.

By Mamela Gowa 24 Apr 2013

SA to enter the 'Olympics' of skills training
SA to enter the 'Olympics' of skills training

The Services Sector Education and Training Authority hopes that the launch of World Skills South Africa in Cape Town will encourage young people to take up skills training and education.

24 Apr 2013

Big construction firms admit to bid-rigging

A total of 21 big South African construction companies have admitted to the Competition Commission that they were involved in bid-rigging to a combined value of R26bn, Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Works heard this week.

24 Apr 2013

Big construction firms admit to bid-rigging
Big construction firms admit to bid-rigging

CAPE TOWN: A total of 21 big South African construction companies have admitted to the Competition Commission that they were involved in bid-rigging to a combined value of R26 billion, Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Works heard on Tuesday, 23 April 2013.

24 Apr 2013

Motorists urged to exercise caution on N2
Motorists urged to exercise caution on N2

PRETORIA: Motorists are urged to be observant of lane closures following the construction of the Stafford's Post Interchange on the N2 section 21, between Kokstad and Harding.

24 Apr 2013

Imminent commencement of Western Aqueduct
Imminent commencement of Western Aqueduct

The multi-million-rand Western Aqueduct project is back on track following the recent announcement that Cycad Pipelines has been selected as the successful contractor for the initial 7km sector of the water pipeline between Inchanga Station and Alverstone Neck. Construction is expected to commence by the end of April.

24 Apr 2013

Cutifani says Anglo won't quit SA
Cutifani says Anglo won't quit SA

New Anglo American chief executive Mark Cutifani has committed the mining company to staying in South Africa‚ despite of growing calls for it to divest.

By Allan Seccombe 23 Apr 2013

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