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Blaise Diagne International Airport, Senegal

4th May 2007 The project will involve the construction of a new international airport to replace the existing Leopold Sedar Senghor Airport of Dakar-Yoff ; this new airport will be built to meet the demands of midterm and long-term air traffic. 

Municipal

4th May 2007 Tender work arising from municipal contracts. 

Industrial zone's credibility struggle, cement group's expansion options, solar-energy push

27th April 2007 In many other places in the world, there is general applause when a city or a province, or a country decides to build infrastructure ahead of demand. But in South Africa, there has been deep scepticism about a bid by government to do just that at Coega, in the Eastern Cape. 

Auto-policy review tangled in web of complexity, but announcement expected soon

20th April 2007 There are many reasons for government’s silence on the review of its Motor Industry Development Programme (MIDP), says National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa) director Nico Vermeulen. 

Sasol to spend R250m on university teaching, research capacity

3rd April 2007 Petrochemicals giant Sasol will invest almost R250-million over the next eight years to establish teaching and research capacity in chemistry and chemical engineering at selected South African universities, it said on Tuesday. 

Feb trade deficit falls to R2,7bn

30th March 2007 South Africa recorded a smaller than expected trade deficit of R2,7-billion in February, down from R11,94-billion in January, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) said on Friday. 

Construction begins at Polokwane 2010 stadium

30th March 2007 Picks and shovels were taken up in Polokwane on Friday at the site of the last stadium to begin construction for the 2010 Fifa World Cup South Africa. 

On-The-Air (30/03/2007)

30th March 2007 In this broadcast: Australian Premier visits SA's to seek collaboration on clean-coal; Katanga Governor banning raw copper ore from leaving Congo; Two analysts fearing possible break-up of AngloGold. 

Residents to have a say on Green Point urban park

29th March 2007 Cape Town residents will have a chance to comment on plans for the proposed redevelopment of Green Point Common, site of the new multi-purpose stadium to be built in time for the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. 

Special advisor to Transport Minister Dr Ian Phillips dies

28th March 2007 Dr Ian Phillips, special advisor to the Minister of Transport, died on Tuesday night from complications arising from AIDS-related pneumonia.  

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