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Modular momentum driving the construction industry in 2018

Kenny Ingram

Factories in flat-packs and homes built in factories - modular construction will build new momentum in
Materials & Equipment
Bright times lie ahead for black-owned concrete business

Issued By Stone D├ęcor

Bright by name. Bright by nature. Bright through sheer hard work and dogged determination participated in the Sasol Siyazenzela Youth Programme (SSYB) in 2015, facilitated with the assistance of female-owned Tushiyah Advisory Services... read
PPC in shareholder talks over priorities

Mark Allix

SA's largest cement group PPC is in discussions with its biggest shareholders about the alignment of its board with the company's "strategic priorities"... read
Property Development
Construction begins on Old Mint Park
Atterbury has begun construction on Old Mint Park, a 65,000m2 industrial development located between Midrand and Centurion... read
Smart Buildings & Cities
Smart building data makes business sense

Neil Cameron

Buildings have become so much more than brick, mortar and glass... read
Sustainable Development
Managing shrinking cities in an expanding world

Asit K. Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada, Martin Stavenha

Urbanisation has been a well-established trend in the 20th and 21st centuries. However, depopulation and deurbanisation in some countries and numerous cities are becoming serious problems for which no good solutions exist at present... read
SA-based AsaDuru wins Nigeria Genome Centre rammed earth contract
AsaDuru has been awarded a contract to build 972m2 of stabilised rammed earth (SRE) walls for the African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases (ACEGID) at Redeemer's University in Nigeria... read
National dams show slight increase
The national average of dam levels across the country has this week received a slight increase of 2.1% from 60% last week to 62.1% this week... read
Day Zero is meant to cut Cape Town's water use: what is it, and is it working?

Kevin Winter

The City of Cape Town has introduced the idea of Day Zero to focus everyone's attention on managing water consumption as tightly as possible by cajoling water consumers into reducing usage... read
#Budget2018: Drought-ravaged provinces could get up to R6bn in relief

Khulekani Magubane

Relief for SA's drought-ridden regions amounting to R6bn was among the proposals announced by finance minister Malusi Gigaba when he delivered the Budget Speech on Wednesday, 21 February... read
People in African cities are taking charge of their water supplies - and it's working

Ellis Adjei Adams

The world has made tremendous progress in bridging the gap between water supply and demand... read
#Budget2018: Five things you'll pay more for in 2018
Budget 2018 is an austerity budget. In a nutshell, the country has been spending more than it earns so we have to tighten our belt, and pay a bit more in tax... read
RT @c40cities: #Women4Climate around the world: Join this unstoppable movement! ??
Lonny van Ryswyck took to the #designindaba stage to discuss a diminishing resource: sand.
There is a growing argument that landscape should drive the layout of the buildings rather than the other way aroun...
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