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KPMM Construction (Pty) Ltd is an independent company which has played an important role in the development of South Africa’s infrastructure, specialising in township infrastructure, road construction and road rehabilitation. KPMM offers an extensive range of civil engineering, mining, earthworks and road construction services throughout South Africa, with a particular focus on: Bulk earthmoving, Road construction and rehabilitation, Drainage, Crushing, Township infrastructure, Road surfacing and Mining operations.

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Launch of The Local Manufacturing Exhibition 2019

     7th February 2018 Local Manufacturing Exhibition 201921-23 May 2019Expo Centre, Nasrec   Organised by the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC), in association with Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, and endorsed by the Premier of Gauteng   The South African Capital Equipment Export Council... 

Trafo Fast Tracks Dry-Type Transformers For Bisie In DRC

     5th February 2018 Alphamin Resources’ remote Bisie tin mine is being supplied with fit-for-purpose dry-type transformers by Johannesburg-based Trafo Power Solutions, in a fast track project that will see the complete solution manufactured in just 12 weeks. Bisie’s location – some 160 km north-east of Goma in the... 

Basil Read's shares fall on announcement of discounted rights offer terms

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     29th January 2018 JSE-listed construction company Basil Read's shares took a 23.08% tumble on Monday morning, after it released the terms of its proposed R300-million rights offer, which has been significantly discounted. The proposal includes the issue of 1.36-billion shares at 22c apiece, compared with the... 

Monty copper/gold development on time, below budget

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th January 2018 The Monty copper/gold deposit in Western Australia, which forms part of ASX-listed Talisman’s Springfield joint venture (JV) project with Sandfire Resources, has since the start of ground-breaking activities in July 2017, seen site activities having been ramped-up considerably; on time and under... 

Construction industry making progress with deals to transform the sector

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     8th January 2018 In a move that will see local construction companies further honour their agreements with government to ensure  inclusivity for black contractors in the South African construction sector, the Competition Commission has recommended a number of merger deals to the Competition Tribunal for approval.... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     15th December 2017 Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has completed delivery of the third boiler unit of the Medupi power station project. 

Khato Civils opens new head office in South Africa 

By: Anine Kilian     8th December 2017 South African construction and engineering company Khato Civils on Friday unveiled its official headquarters, located in Samrand, Gauteng. Speaking at the launch, Khato Civils chairperson Simbi Phiri noted that the company has expanded its operations to Botswana, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Ghana and... 

Concor Infrastructure Boosts Order Book With New Contracts

     5th December 2017 Concor Infrastructure recently secured two significant contracts in the mining sector, and managing director, Eric Wisse, says the company, formerly known as Murray & Roberts Infrastructure, is well positioned to take advantage of the recently increased optimism in the mining space. As part of... 

South Zambezi delivers Engineering services: for Africa by Africans 

By: Tracy Hancock     1st December 2017 South Zambezi corporate director Sikanyisiwe Phiri and Makoko Makgonye discuss its role in developing Africa 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 Eskom has linked unit four of its Medupi coal power station to the grid. 

Group Five to sell stake in noncore pipes business for R80m

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     22nd November 2017 JSE-listed construction company Group Five will sell its 50% interest in Group Five Pipe to LB Pipes for R80-million. “Although the manufacturing cluster remains a strong performer within the group and contributes solid earnings and cash flow, it is regarded as a noncore operation,” Group Five... 

Continued apartment demand supports Balwin’s top-line growth in H1

By: Mia Breytenbach     20th November 2017 Despite a tough operating environment, residential property developer Balwin Properties continued to perform well in the six months ended August 31, with the group’s revenue up 19% year-on-year to R894-million. The increase was driven by good sales volumes, which were in line with forecasts,... 

Landmark projects help Esor to improve performance in tough market

By: Dylan Slater     17th November 2017 Despite challenging market conditions and a deteriorating market environment for the six months ended August 31, JSE-listed civils and construction group Esor recorded a “significant improvement” in its finances, with profit before tax of R3.1-million, compared with a loss recorded in February.... 

Khato Holdings believes in investing in people as its “most valuable asset”

     9th November 2017 Emphasizing its staff, comprising more than 500 permanent employees, as its “most valuable asset, “Khato Holdings chairperson Simbi Phiri, states that, “we run the company holistically, therefore, there is no wastage of resources. I think we have the best people.” Khato Civils CEO Mongezi Mnyani... 

Double-Header For Concor In SA Best Projects Awards

     9th November 2017 Concor has made a great showing in the 17th annual Construction World Best Projects competition, showcasing excellence in the South African building and civil engineering sectors. Experienced members of the construction fraternity judge the awards, which are hosted by Crown Publications, the... 

Double-Header For Concor In Sa Best Projects Awards

     9th November 2017 Concor has made a great showing in the 17th annual Construction World Best Projects competition, showcasing excellence in the South African building and civil engineering sectors. Experienced members of the construction fraternity judge the awards, which are hosted by Crown Publications, the... 

Khato Holdings is making great strides in Botswana and other SADC states 

     9th November 2017 Khato Civils has also established a country office in Botswana, where it has 60-million pula of equipment and has bought a 4 ha site on which to construct its head office in the country. Khato Civils CEO Mongezi Mnyani explains that the building plans are in the last stages of being approved by... 

DPI Trading supplies pipe, fittings to Ruwacon Civils for Nduli Reservoir

     1st November 2017 DPI Trading has supplied a range of pipe and fittings to Ruwacon Civils of Bloemfontein, the main contractor on the Nduli Reservoir project in Ceres for the Witzenberg Municipality. The 4.5 megalitre reservoir will not only supply water to the existing Nduli community, but also cater for future... 

Trafo Supplies Dry-Type Transformers For Zuikerbosch Water Treatment Works

     31st October 2017 The advantages that a dry-type or cast resin transformer offers played a role in Trafo Power Solutions securing an order for thirteen custom designed units. These dry-type transformers are destined for installation at the large scale Rand Water Zuikerbosch Water Treatment Works. David Claassen,... 

Commission approves M&R’s buyout of further 40% stake in BCJV

By: Anine Kilian     30th October 2017 The Competition Commission has recommended the Competition Tribunal approve the proposed acquisition by Murray & Roberts (M&R) of a further 40% shareholding in Bombela Civils Joint Venture (BCVJ).   M&R’s current business operations are focused on natural resources market sectors, specifically... 

Gamsberg zinc project a thumbs up for South Africa amid investment slowdown

By: Mia Breytenbach     20th October 2017 Amid low levels of capital project activities in South Africa, the $400-million Gamsberg zinc and lead project, in the Northern Cape, has become the largest mining project under execution in the country. “Commentators have noted that this significant investment in the South African mining... 

MeerKAT telescope project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     20th October 2017 The MeerKAT radio telescope array has successfully participated in an unprecedented international collaboration that has opened a new era in astronomy.  

Incledon KZN relocates to new premises in Prospecton

     19th October 2017 Incledon KwaZulu-Natal has relocated to new premises in Prospecton, Durban, which has the added benefit of quicker service delivery and improved stock-control processes. The new location at 1A Transport Drive is just off the N2 South freeway, which facilitates both access and delivery, Incledon... 

Design And Build Of New 12,000m³ Reservoir For Namwater At Rundu, Namibia

     17th October 2017 Work is progressing well on the new 12,000 m³ reservoir and associated pipework on Namibia’s northern-most border with Angola. Progress is over 60% and completion is expected to be well in advance of the contractual completion date of 12 April 2018. The design and construction of the reservoir –... 

Design And Build Of New 12,000m³ Reservoir For Namwater At Rundu, Namibia

     16th October 2017 Work is progressing well on the new 12,000 m³ reservoir and associated pipework on Namibia’s northern-most border with Angola. Progress is over 60% and completion is expected to be well in advance of the contractual completion date of 12 April 2018. The design and construction of the reservoir –... 

Buried utility locating facility essential for accurate information

By: Simone Liedtke     13th October 2017 Utility management company Bosch Munitech’s specialised Underground Services Location (USL) facility encompasses advanced utility detection and mapping services, which are essential for providing accurate information on buried utility infrastructure layouts, says Bosch Munitech underground and... 

Strategic review at Aveng likely to trigger noncore disposals

By: Terence Creamer     26th September 2017 Aveng executive chairperson Eric Diack, who has stepped in as acting CEO at the construction group following Kobus Verster’s surprise resignation, says a “no-holds-barred” strategic review is currently under way in a bid to improve the company’s immediate liquidity position and position it for a... 

Further investment in Anglo by majority shareholder of Vedanta

By: Martin Creamer     21st September 2017 Vedanta head Anil Agarwal has once again hit the headlines by announcing an intended further personal investment in Anglo American through Volcan Investments, which is the majority shareholder of Vedanta Resources. Volcan announced on Wednesday that it intended investing £1.25-billion to... 

Development of Rainbow Rare Earths’ Burundi project advancing on schedule  

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th September 2017 LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths has started mining ore from the Gasagwe pit at its Gakara rare earth project, in Burundi. CEO Martin Eales on Tuesday said the company was firmly on track to deliver its first shipment of concentrate from the mine in the fourth quarter of this year. 

Africa’s Uptake Of Dry-Type Transformers Set To Grow

     18th September 2017 Already popular in North America and Europe, dry-type transformers will soon be seeing greater take-up in Africa through a more concerted entry and support strategy from global leader Hammond Power Solutions (HPS). According to Andrea Giacometti, regional sales manager of the HPS Europe, the... 

South African civils firm still keen on Botswana, despite recent setback

By: Dylan Slater     15th September 2017 South African civil construction company Khato Civils is continuing with the roll-out of its broad investment into the Botswana market, despite legal action recently taken against the company, which saw several of its business bank accounts being frozen. Khato Civils chairperson Simbi Phiri tells... 

Technicrete Enviro-Wall Installed At New CTM Factory In Polokwane

     15th September 2017 A positive customer experience is what all retailers seek to achieve through their sales outlets. This puts an emphasis on a good aesthetic appearance internally and externally, which is an element that the new CTM retail outlet in Thornhill, Polokwane considered when choosing the Technicrete... 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     8th September 2017 Unit 1 of Eskom’s Kusile power station has been brought into full production. 

Kusile power plant project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st September 2017 Unit 1 of Eskom’s Kusile power station was brought into full commercial operation at the end of August. 

Khato Holdings – growing Africa on time and within budget 

     29th August 2017 With plans to expand further in Africa, South African black emerging design and construction company Khato Civils expects that, in three to five years, 20% of its workload will be attributable to South Africa, while 80% will be based across the rest of the continent.  

Dry-Type Transformers Ideal For Trend To Modular Sub-Stations

     22nd August 2017 The introduction of Trafo dry-type transformers to the African market comes just at the right time for the end-user, as a number of industry sectors embrace the growing trend towards modularised substations. “Due to the various benefits and the cost effectiveness of modular substations – which... 

Company supplies piping for water treatment expansion project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th August 2017 Thermoplastic piping company Plasti-Tech supplied a range of piping, custom fittings and flanges to Zululand district municipality’s Usuthu purification plant expansion infrastructure project to increase output by 20 M a day.  

Majozi Bros, Hire-It join forces to create one-of-a-kind black-owned JV

By: Samantha Herbst     10th August 2017 Durban-based Majozi Brothers Construction has joined forces with tool hire and sales company Hire-It to establish a new Level 2 broad-based black economic-empowerment (BBBEE) joint venture (JV) company – Majozi Bros Tool Hire & Sales. The new JV, which is 51% owned by Majozi Brothers and 49%... 

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