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Department of Human Settlemants to support African Construction & Totally Concrete Initiative

10th April 2017 South Africa’s National Department of Human Settlements announces its support of the 5th annual African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo that will take place from 23 to 24 May 2017 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.  The 2017 initiative welcomes South Africa’s... 

5th Annual African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo scheduled for 23-24 May 2017

10th April 2017 The 5th Annual African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo is taking place at Gallagher Convention Centre, Gauteng from 23 to 24 May 2017. With an expected 45 countries participating, this is Africa’s mega construction and infrastructure show and biggest gathering of 9 000 qualified buyers and... 

Trends in Southern Africa's construction industry to look out for in 2017

10th April 2017   With 2016 bringing a year of unexpected developments across the globe, from Brexit to the election of the 45th President of the United States, and from falling commodity prices to waning GDP growth across Africa, there are now diverse global realities impacting the African continent as a whole... 

Concrete expo highlights East African urbanisation requirements

6th November 2015 According to the African Development Bank, East Africa’s gross domestic product will grow by 5.6% in 2015 and 6.7% in 2016, making it the fastest-growing region in Africa. Events management company Hypenica marketing manager Tamsin Collins notes that because of this, the theme of the Totally... 
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Construction of M1 Oxford, Federation bridges to enter final phase

The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) on Monday said construction upgrades on the M1 freeway’s Oxford and Federation bridges will enter the third and final phase in May. The R127-million project is 75% complete, with the majority of fill and stabilisation of underground conditions completed on the... 

LPG industry urged to act on non-binding market inquiry findings

South Africa’s Competition Commission has made far-reaching, yet non-binding, recommendations for dealing with prevailing “market distortions” in the domestic liquid petroleum gas (LPG) sector following its first-ever market inquiry, which took nearly three years to complete. The report... 
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