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Aveng Mining, a subsidiary of construction and engineering giant Aveng, is contracted for the shaft­ and underground development of Sasol Mining’s Shondoni mine, close to Secunda, and recently awarded Sarens SA the heavy-li­ft contract for the project.

Study finds, "2015 proved to be a tough year for most construction companies, with lower revenue and profit margins, and less new projects in the offing," says Andries Rossouw, PwC assurance partner.

Although Nxasana has stepped down from his role at FirstRand Group and the Banking Association, it’s evident his contribution to the banking sector will be cherished and sorely missed in the industry.

Anglo American-subsidiary Kumba Iron Ore (KIO) states that its operating company, Sishen Iron Ore Company (SIOC), has entered into a restructuring phase that will impact 2633 employees and affect 1300 contractors at its Northern Cape-based Sishen mine.

David Jones Classic Collection will join Woolworths Holdings' clothing portfolio, offering a new private label brand encapsulating the essence and heritage of one of the world's leading department stores, David Jones.

Enterprise mobility has become an increasingly integral tool used by organisations to leverage greater productivity, writes Dumile Sibindana.

Architectural students were challenged ­to imagine an African Future City in the annual Murray & Roberts Des Baker Competition.

Employment Equity (EE) was legislated as a way to redress the inequalities in the South African economy. Solly Moeng asks experts if there’s a smarter way to reverse the disparities in employment experienced by the designated group.

Tau is an ideal 5-star safari getaway for individuals or groups, leisure or conference, complete with the revitalising Tau Spa Oasis.


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