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Effective Stormwater Management Is Crucial

10th May 2018 Effective stormwater management can prevent pollution, flooding, erosion and damage to the environment and infrastructure.  Therefore, it makes financial sense for local municipalities to invest in products and technologies to ensure that the quality of infrastructure, be it stability and... 

The Advantages Of Precast Concrete Wingwall Units

10th May 2018 Precast concrete products offer many known advantages and Rocla’s precast concrete wingwall units are no exception. Wingwall units are used at both the inlet and outlet of a pipe system in both culvert and stormwater applications. Precast wingwall units offer the client a faster installation... 

Efficient Surface Drainage Blocks

7th May 2018 Ineffective drainage causes a multitude of issues when areas such as roadways, parking lots, walkways and areas around buildings become swamped with large volumes of non-dispersing water. The Beany Block from Technicrete is an efficient and practical solution for effective drainage due to its... 

New pipes turn old quarry into upmarket retirement estate

24th March 2018 Waterkloof Quarry, an old 58-hectare landmark, situated on the border of Waterkloof Ridge and Monument Park near Pretoria is to be developed into an upmarket retirement estate known as the Waterkloof Marina Retirement Estate and is due to launch early in 2019. Rocla was selected to manufacture... 
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For OPEC, oil tariff spat is short-term gain, long-term pain

Opec, which has lost Chinese market share to US oil producers, should in theory view a tariff spat between Beijing and Washington as a boon. But while Opec can sell more oil to China as a result of import tariffs on US crude, in the long term the trade dispute could hit economic growth and oil... 

Zambia urges South African firms to invest in public projects

Zambia's finance minister urged South African firms to invest in roads and power plants in Africa's No.2 copper producer after it suspended borrowing indefinitely, slowing down the accumulation of new debt amid worries about the risk of distress. The International Monetary Fund rejected Zambia's... 
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