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AECOM maintains Level 1 B-BBEE status as transformation accelerates

11th January 2019 The Level 1 status is affirmation of AECOM’s ongoing commitment to transformation, focusing on equity ownership and employment equity, skills development, supplier development, procurement, and socio-economic development. Ndala explains that, on a national level, a Level 1 B-BBEE accreditation... 

AECOM learnership programme sees second intake graduate

12th December 2018 The learners were each awarded a certificate for completing the NQF Level 2 in Business Administration from Skills College at a special function hosted by integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM at its Centurion head office. The certificates were handed over by AECOM South Africa MD Joe... 

AECOM learnership programme sees second intake graduate

11th December 2018 As part of an outcome-based programme to improve AECOM’s transformation objectives, a learnership programme aimed at people with disabilities recently saw a second intake of 27 successful graduates. The learners were each awarded a certificate for completing the NQF Level 2 in Business... 

AECOM showcases ‘The Digital Future’ of the construction industry

2nd November 2018 The potential of Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the construction and consulting engineering space, as an important element of a fully-integrated approach to project delivery, was showcased at an event entitled ‘The Digital Future’ at... 
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Business insolvencies to remain as long as GDP growth is subdued – Euler Hermes

Credit insurance company Euler Hermes expects business insolvencies in South Africa to increase by about 2% this year, following a 3% increase in 2018. The company stated on Tuesday that this was the first outright deterioration since 2009 and the global financial crisis.  
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