The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR) new research efforts towards providing alternative product and knowledge routes for the asphalt pavement industry are paying off.
The cidb SME Business Conditions Survey showed that, even though confidence edged higher, the broader business environment especially in terms of activity and profitability stayed more or less as weak (if not weaker) as registered in 2020Q2.
SMEC South Africa is a multi-disciplinary professional services firm and provider of specialist transport, energy, water and urban infrastructure solutions.
Founded in 1999 with the vision to transform the consulting engineering industry, Nyeleti Consulting is welcoming three new members to its board of directors.
An evolutionary digital marketplace, backed by one of the world’s largest asset disposal companies, Liquidity Services, is set to change the way local construction companies can purchase or dispose of assets to a truly national, regional and International buyer base.
Business for South Africa (B4SA) has welcomed the President’s announcement to move the country to Level 2 of the national lockdown and allow South African business and entrepreneurs to resume trading in virtually all sectors of the economy.
Minergy and Botswana celebrate historic achievement as the first coal exports leave Botswana bound for South Africa.
The World Coal Association (WCA) is pleased to announce the appointment of July Ndlovu, CEO of Anglo American’s coal business in South Africa, as new Chairman.
By this time we have probably all been exposed to the new world of work in some way or another.
Powering progress across a broad value chain as IFAT Africa launches Renewable Energy Pavilion.
The entire construction industry reopened on 1 June with the advent of Alert Level 3.
The Construction Industry Development Board (cidb) has launched the Empowerment and Recognition of Women in Construction (ERWIC) Awards, which aim to celebrate and encourage women in the construction industry.
The construction industry welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of the country moving to Level 3 as from 01 June 2020.
Many businesses operating in South Africa are cautiously optimistic for what is in store for the remainder of this year.
The next edition of the show will be held from 5-9 September 2022 at the same venue.
The sudden announcement of the lockdown by President Ramaphosa understandably raised serious and immediate concerns in the building industry.
Sustainable construction needs to start at the very foundations of all business projects with the sand and aggregates that constitute the largest part of just about every construction project.
Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (CESA) is calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa in his upcoming State of the Nation Address (SONA) to deal with the slow pace of change in addressing both policy and political uncertainty in the country.