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Magazines ABC Q1 2021: Little good news for magazines
Magazines ABC Q1 2021: Little good news for magazinesArticle

The Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) Q1 2021 shows a littering of publications resigning or being discontinued, with not much good news...

Danette Breitenbach 10 May 2021

The geotechnical challenge of building on dolomite in Gauteng
The geotechnical challenge of building on dolomite in GautengArticle

A common concern in construction within Gauteng is the possibility of building on dolomite. While many structural engineers are aware of the potential hazards...

Kim Timm 4 May 2021

AfCFTA: Alive with possibilities
AfCFTA: Alive with possibilitiesArticle

The South African government says it will maximise the opportunities presented by the African Continental Free Trade Area, which came into operation on 1 January 2021...

Onalenna Mhlongo 12 Feb 2021

Magazines ABC Q4 2020: Categories continue to haemorrhage
Magazines ABC Q4 2020: Categories continue to haemorrhageArticle

The attrition in the magazine category continues in the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) Q4 with many sectors losing members as the sector battles with resignations, discontinuations and terminations...

Danette Breitenbach 11 Feb 2021

Magazines ABC Q3 2020: No good news in magazine categories
Magazines ABC Q3 2020: No good news in magazine categoriesArticle

As with Q2 of 2020, the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) Q3 results do not hold much good news in the magazine category as the effects of the discontinuation of several titles continue to be felt. As with Q2, many titles also did not submit data for this period...

Danette Breitenbach 9 Nov 2020

Paragon Architects highlights its Pullman Accra Airport City project in Ghana
Paragon Architects highlights its Pullman Accra Airport City project in GhanaArticle

The 40,000m2 Pullman Accra Airport City Hotel & Serviced Apartments in Ghana is Paragon Architects' largest design project to date and is currently under construction in Accra...

21 Aug 2020

Magazines ABC Q2 2020: Magazines non-submission reflects Covid-19 impact
Magazines ABC Q2 2020: Magazines non-submission reflects Covid-19 impactArticle

The period April to June 2020 of the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) for magazines is characterised by the negative effect of Covid-19 that has seen publishing houses closing and titles discontinued and terminated...

Danette Breitenbach 12 Aug 2020

New facility for Aramex
New facility for AramexArticle

Atterbury has been awarded the contract to develop a new distribution facility for Aramex South Africa in Richmond Park, Milnerton, Cape Town...

17 Mar 2020

Magazines ABC Q4 2019: A subdued quarter for magazines
Magazines ABC Q4 2019: A subdued quarter for magazinesArticle

The final quarter of the 2019 Audit Bureau of Circulations of South Africa (ABC)'s magazine circulation results was a subdued affair, characterised by further decreases, with only a few publications able to boast good to excellent increases on the quarter and the prior year...

Danette Breitenbach 12 Feb 2020

Magazines ABC Q3 2019: Improved or static decline for magazine sector
Magazines ABC Q3 2019: Improved or static decline for magazine sectorArticle

In a quarter once again characterised by the suspension of a number of titles, changing reporting cycles of some publications, failure by some publications to submit data and a number of publications discontinued, the ABC total magazine circulation declined by 3.2% on the previous quarter...

Danette Breitenbach 5 Nov 2019

Phase one of Rustenburg Mall under way
Phase one of Rustenburg Mall under wayArticle

A project of the Moolman Group, Twin City and JB Holdings, Rustenburg Mall is set to introduce its first phase in April 2021...

6 Sep 2019

Magazines ABC Q2 2019: Magazine declines shift to double figures
Magazines ABC Q2 2019: Magazine declines shift to double figuresArticle

All Magazine categories declined on the previous quarter and the prior year in Q2 2019. Once again, the B2B category was the only category to show an increase on the prior year, as it did in Q1 2019...

Danette Breitenbach 5 Aug 2019

What is driving SA's office leases?
What is driving SA's office leases?Article

It has been predicted this year that among South Africa's three major commercial segments, office space will be the biggest loser...

Beukes van Heerden 22 Jul 2019

KFC Newmarket awarded LEED Retail certification
KFC Newmarket awarded LEED Retail certificationArticle

KFC Newmarket this year received LEED certification under the LEED 2009 for Retail - New Construction tool...

10 Jun 2019

Increasing focus on environmental taxes in South Africa
Increasing focus on environmental taxes in South AfricaArticle

Climate change and global warming are issues that have long been debated. Predictions as far back as 1982 regarding increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide are proving true...

Jerome Brink 22 May 2019

Phase one of Sandton Gate development on track
Phase one of Sandton Gate development on trackArticle

Joint developers of the Sandton Gate precinct Abland and Tiber have confirmed that they are on track to complete phase one of the mixed-use development...

15 May 2019

Magazines ABC Q1 2019: No surprises as decline continues
Magazines ABC Q1 2019: No surprises as decline continuesArticle

The magazine category offered no surprises in the Audit Bureau of Circulations of South Africa's (ABC) first quarter (Q1) of 2019, with declining circulations of the past few years continuing...

Danette Breitenbach 9 May 2019

Right to strike, but what about responsibility during a strike?
Right to strike, but what about responsibility during a strike?Article

South African industrial action has become synonymous with violent, unlawful conduct, as was discussed in the recent case of Association of Mineworkers & Construction Union & Others v KPMM Road & Earthworks (31 October 2018)...

Sanelisiwe Nyasulu 14 Mar 2019

Construction of mixed-use Barlow Park Precinct set to start
Construction of mixed-use Barlow Park Precinct set to startArticle

The R3bn-plus redevelopment of Barlow Park Precinct is set to start before mid-year, transforming the Sandton Central site from a sprawling corporate park into a mixed-use precinct...

4 Mar 2019

Magazines ABC Q4 2018: Magazine freefall continues
Magazines ABC Q4 2018: Magazine freefall continuesArticle

The Audit Bureau of Circulations of South Africa's Total Magazine circulation was disappointing for both the quarter and year as percentage decline for both are higher than the other quarters in 2018...

Danette Breitenbach 13 Feb 2019

SA Backline endorses Howard Audio
SA Backline endorses Howard AudioArticle

R. Gorksie Madeira and his company SA Backline have supplied Howard Audio with an awesome Yamaha C3 grand piano - and they are very excited to be able to offer their clients this amazing instrument to record...

Issued by Howard Audio 6 Feb 2019

Motherwell Passenger Rail set to benefit Port Elizabeth
Motherwell Passenger Rail set to benefit Port ElizabethArticle

Designed by GIBB Engineering and Architecture, the Motherwell Passenger Rail Corridor (MPRC) in the Eastern Cape is one of Prasa's largest rail projects...

1 Oct 2018

Magazines ABC Q2 2018: Decline continues
Magazines ABC Q2 2018: Decline continuesArticle

The decline in magazine circulation continued unabated. Total Magazine circulation declined by 3.9% on the previous quarter, and by 15.1% on the prior year...

Danette Breitenbach 13 Aug 2018

Motheo Construction awarded Lesedi fuel terminal contract
Motheo Construction awarded Lesedi fuel terminal contractArticle

Chemie Tech has awarded Motheo Construction Group the civil engineering and earthworks contract for...

5 Jun 2018

Magazines ABC Q1 2018: A sad affair
Magazines ABC Q1 2018: A sad affairArticle

All magazine categories - Consumer, B2B, Custom and Free Magazines declined on the prior year. All the categories also declined on the prior quarter, except for Free Magazines which remained static...

Danette Breitenbach 8 Mar 2018

Construction begins on Old Mint Park
Construction begins on Old Mint ParkArticle

Atterbury has begun construction on Old Mint Park, a 65,000m2 industrial development located between Midrand and Centurion...

21 Feb 2018

City Lodge Hotels Limited - Interim results for six months to 31 December 2017
City Lodge Hotels Limited - Interim results for six months to 31 December 2017Article

The City Lodge Hotel Group is making good progress with its targeted African expansion programme with new hotels in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique expected to be operation by the end of July...

Issued by City Lodge Hotel 15 Feb 2018

Magazines ABC Q4 2017: Customs the biggest loser
Magazines ABC Q4 2017: Customs the biggest loserArticle

Significant declines in Custom magazines and to a lesser extent in Consumer publications saw the overall decline in magazines edge to just over eight percent (8.1%) over Q3 and a 16.6% decline over the prior year...

Danette Breitenbach 13 Feb 2018

Fracking: A delicate balancing act
Fracking: A delicate balancing actArticle

Fracking is a contentious issue. If this process of accessing shale gas is implemented in South Africa, it must be responsible and sustainable...

Justine Sweet 29 Jan 2018

Louis van der Watt, Atterbury CEO; Morne Wilkin, CEO of Attacq; and Mike Jarvis, COO, Deloitte Africa
Sodding turning marks the start of construction for Deloitte's new Africa HQArticle

Construction on Deloitte's new Africa headquarters officially got underway with a sod-turning ceremony at Waterfall City, Gauteng....

27 Nov 2017

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N2 upgrade near Grahamstown making progressArticle

Sanral has announced that its six to seven-year project of upgrading the N2 between Grahamstown and the Fish River Pass is progressing well...

13 Oct 2017

New 15,000m2 Mediclinic hospital for Stellenbosch
New 15,000m2 Mediclinic hospital for StellenboschArticle

Atterbury is developing the new R350m, 15,000m2 Mediclinic hospital in Stellenbosch...

18 Sep 2017

Abland completes Alice Lane project
Abland completes Alice Lane projectArticle

Abland has completed the third and final building of its Alice Lane project in Sandton. Number 11 Alice Lane is the new home of law firm Bowmans...

4 May 2017

Work commences on Atlantic Hills Business Park
Work commences on Atlantic Hills Business ParkArticle

Work has begun on a new industrial precinct situated on the slopes of the Durbanville Hills estate...

25 Apr 2017

Deloitte's new Gauteng offices
Atterbury awarded Deloitte Gauteng office development tenderArticle

After considering more than 15 submissions, Deloitte has awarded the tender to develop its sizeable purpose-developed offices in Gauteng to Atterbury...

11 Apr 2017

New contractor appointed to Belhar-Pentech housing development
New contractor appointed to Belhar-Pentech housing developmentArticle

A new contractor has been appointed to complete the provision of new roads, sewer, water, and stormwater services for the Belhar-Pentech housing development...

6 Apr 2017

Bridge City development gains momentum
Bridge City development gains momentumArticle

According to Brian Ive, development executive at Tongaat Hulett Developments, Bridge City is gathering momentum this year...

14 Mar 2017

Mining partnership provides a turn-key construction and operating solution
Mining partnership provides a turn-key construction and operating solutionArticle

Redpath Mining (South Africa) and construction group, Stefanutti Stocks, have combined their competencies to provide a complete turnkey mining solution both above and below ground...

3 Feb 2017

The deepest berths at Port of Durban now fully operational after reconstruction
The deepest berths at Port of Durban now fully operational after reconstructionArticle

Berth 13 and 14 at the Maydon Wharf Precinct in the Port of Durban is now deeper and safer for bigger ships calling at the port...

17 Jan 2017

Earthworks on R11.4m Strand Pavilion upgrade started
Earthworks on R11.4m Strand Pavilion upgrade startedArticle

The City of Cape Town recently announced that a contractor has been appointed for the R11.4m Strand Pavilion Precinct upgrade project with the earthworks under way...

14 Nov 2016

Motheo civils division cuts teeth on R100m can factory
Motheo civils division cuts teeth on R100m can factoryArticle

The Motheo Construction Group's newly-formed civils division is cutting its teeth on a R100m project to build a 14,000 m2 factory in Germiston, Johannesburg...

25 Oct 2016

Putting waste to work - biogas to energy
Putting waste to work - biogas to energyArticle

The City of Johannesburg's water management company, Johannesburg Water (JW), has proven the business case for alternative energy solutions with the commissioning of a second municipal wastewater biogas-to-energy plant in Diepsloot...

Francini Van Staden 5 Oct 2016

Inspiring African innovation
Inspiring African innovationArticle

General Electric's Africa Innovation Centre near Rosebank, Johannesburg, taps into African artistry to activate creativity and enterprise development on the continent...

Yolandi Groenewald 5 Oct 2016

Low impact, high creativity - greener approaches to housing
Low impact, high creativity - greener approaches to housingArticle

A greener approach to housing has seen two innovative answers to the housing problem lay foundations in the Western Cape...

Karen Jayes 2 Jun 2016

Discovery HQ to foster wellbeing
Discovery HQ to foster wellbeingArticle

Discovery's new Sandton headquarters puts employee wellness at the heart of its sustainable pursuits and is already turning heads with its green ambition and sheer size...

Yolandi Groenewald 2 Jun 2016

Rammed earth on the rise
Rammed earth on the riseArticle

Of more than twenty different types of earth construction techniques, rammed earth has been lauded for its durability, sophisticated environmental performance and striking earthen beauty...

Mary Anne Constable 13 Apr 2016

Coming soon: Energy performance certificates for buildings
Coming soon: Energy performance certificates for buildingsArticle

Mid-2016 is the target date for the release of South Africa's regulation for the energy performance certificates for buildings, which will move the country forward in line with international best practice in energy conservation and monitoring...

Robin Hayes 13 Apr 2016

Building kits issued to Imizamo Yethu residents affected by fire
Building kits issued to Imizamo Yethu residents affected by fireArticle

128 building and relocation kits have been issued to families who lost their homes during the Imizamo Yethu fire which occurred over the weekend. According to the City of Cape Town, the fire has affected approximately 700 residents...

1 Mar 2016

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