SALGA makes its voice heard during key parliamentary debates, reports Rodney Weideman.
Many rural areas and small towns in South Africa are struggling to remain economically viable and SALGA is spearheading a drive to find holistic solutions to the problem.
A tribute to a veteran architect whose creativity and desire to solve housing problems made major contributions to the theory and practice of architecture.
Parmalat won two prizes at the prestigious 2017 World Cheese Awards (WCA)* in London where more than 3000 cheeses from across the world were judged.
A local black investment company and a renowned Dutch LED streetlight manufacturer bring revolutionary LED lighting technology to our shores.
Threads Accelerator Programme has decided on the 12 fashion entrepreneurs that will partake in their programme over a 12 week duration in classroom hubs in Port Elizabeth, Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg.
The world is challenged by whether people of different races, customs, religions and philosophical traditions should live together as the citizens of the same nation.
SALGA partners with a sister organisation in the Netherlands to help deliver on its mandate to provide municipalities with access to this precious resource, reports Shantalie Hewavasenti.
Uwe Putlitz, CEO of the Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC), discusses the benefits and correct use of these contracts.
A review of a new English-Zulu glossary of historical architectural terms.
Meet the recipient of the 30th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year award, Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
The first Monday of October each year has been set aside as World Architecture Day, when the International Union of Architects (UIA) calls for the world’s population to be reminded of its collective responsibility for the future of the human habitat.
A black woman architect responds to two columns on architectural representation and Afrocentricity published in recent issues of ASA.