Legrand’s new Nuvo intelligent sound system has been design for simplicity, accessibility to all music, high sound quality and installation flexibility.
Mwangi Githahu reflects on the two decades since service centres were established to improve the lives of citizens.
Along with the rest of South Africa, freight and logistics companies are challenged to transform. Are they ready for change? Lisa Witepski looks at how far they’ve come.
Sports development among rural communities is set to soar, thanks to innovative projects and government funding, reports Gershwin Wanneburg.
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.
Many South Africans are dependent on help to meet basic nutritional needs, writes Lungelo Shezi.
Clinton Matos visits the engineering firm that is doing the unthinkable: selling coffee machines to Italians.
Caiphus Kgosana examines how public-private partnerships are turning Burgersfort into a town everyone wants to live in.
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.
Anthony Sharpe looks up and down the supply chain at key trends and technologies that are changing the face of freight.
In a few years, millennials will make up the vast majority of the workforce. Megan Ellis finds out what employers need to know about training this new generation of workers.
Caroline de Kock explains why urban South Africans are getting fatter, while others go hungry.