The suggestion that chief executives of construction companies should sign a contract to make them personally liable in cases of collusion has been slated by the industry as a step too far.
Fed up with an unstable local bitumen supply, construction firms have begun to invest in securing their own supply of the material, which is an essential part of road construction and maintenance.
The Ekurhuleni metropolitan council is hoping the Airports Cities world conference currently under way in Kempton Park will lessen the burden of unemployment, homelessness and poverty in the region.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.