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Western Cape Revival Sees Paragon Open Cape Town Office Next Year

Updated 6 hours ago Demand from clients in the Western Cape, combined with an uptick in the region’s building and construction industry, has resulted in architecture and interior architecture company Paragon finally opening a Cape Town office at the V&A Waterfront in January 2019. The new office, the first branch... 

Western Cape revival sees Paragon open Cape Town office next year

Updated 6 hours ago Demand from clients in the Western Cape, combined with an uptick in the region’s building and construction industry, has resulted in architecture and interior architecture company Paragon finally opening a Cape Town office at the V&A Waterfront in January 2019. The new office, the first branch... 

First Green Housing Solution in Pretoria selects Technicrete

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th October 2018 On top of Waterkloof Hill sits Greenhill Estate, an eco-friendly and energy efficient residential estate that offers magnificent 360-degree views of the surrounding area and is the first green housing solution development in Pretoria. Technicrete were selected to supply their Enviro-Wall... 

City of Johannesburg, Eskom reach agreement to electrify Zandspruit

By: News24Wire      17th October 2018 Eskom and the City of Johannesburg have reached an agreement to rid the Zandspruit informal settlement of illegal electrical connections. The area has been rocked by protests, which flared up when two children were reportedly electrocuted last week. The protests entered their second day on... 

Court to hear MFSA’s application against DMR 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th October 2018 The Mining Forum of South Africa (MFSA) says the Mafikeng High Court will, on October 26, hold a hearing into an application lodged by the MFSA against the Mineral Resources Minister over allegations that platinum miner Lonmin is not complying with its social and labour plans (SLPs). The... 

SAB Foundation Social Innovation And Disability Empowerment Awards 2018 Winners Announced

16th October 2018 R12.5 million awarded to South Africa’s most promising social innovators. The 20 winners of the SAB Foundation Social Innovation and Disability Empowerment Awards 2018 were announced on Thursday, 11 October 2018 at an awards event in Johannesburg. The first place winners took home more than R1... 

Proven Innovative Scrolled Design On Centrifuge

16th October 2018 Known for its robust construction, the Siebtechnik Conturbex Screen Scroll Centrifuge offers ease of operation due to its ability to absorb process variations. Its scrolled or wormed design is well proven in solid liquid separation applications, across a broad spectrum of industries. The... 

SA yet to achieve land reform in urban areas, says deputy minister

By: News24Wire      15th October 2018 There has not been any substantial land reform and restitution in urban areas in South Africa. So says Deputy Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Andries Nel, who was speaking at the Planning Africa 2018 conference on Monday. 

Prudent capital allocation keeps Balwin performing in H1 despite challenging climate

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th October 2018 JSE-listed housing developer Balwin Properties handed over 1 058 residential units, which contributed to a 33% increase in revenue to R1.19-billion for the six months ended August 31. An average unit selling price of R1.12-million was achieved, compared with R1.2-million in the same period of... 

First LHWP Phase 2 construction contracts awarded

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th October 2018 Construction work on Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is set to start soon. This follows the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) awarding the first construction contract on the project – the R235-million contract for the Polihali north-east access road – to the... 

Opportunities abound for Italian entrepreneurs expanding into Africa

By: Shannon de Ryhove     12th October 2018 The Italian-South African Chamber of Trade and Industries says Italian companies are becoming increasingly positive about the opportunities offered by South Africa, which is being acknowledged as a hub from which to expand and invest into surrounding African countries, says Italian-South African... 

New bitumen binding application introduced

By: Halima Frost     12th October 2018 Transport infrastructure specialists Bouygues Group’s South African subsidiary Colas has introduced Colbifibre – its latest bitumen binding process – for use on deteriorating roadways. Colbifibre is a new process aimed at road surfaces that have suffered significant wear and tear. It combines its... 

Growing Lightly

10th October 2018 Sedick Samsodien explains to the guests attending the factory tour how the mountains of post-consumer and post-recycled polystyrene visible in the background are collected and recycled into the Greenlite lightweight concrete bricks and screed used to build shopping malls, architectural homes and... 

Africa needs to invest more in infrastructure to meet Agenda 2063 goals

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th October 2018 For Africa to reach its Agenda 2063 goals, the necessary infrastructure needs to be in place, especially to support Africa’s accelerated integration and growth, technological transformation, trade and development. This will include high-speed railway networks, roads, shipping lines, sea and air... 

Grindex pumps’ warranty extended by 12 months

5th October 2018 In an unprecedented move in the local pump industry, pump distributor Integrated Pump Technology (IPT) announced the extension of the warranty on Grindex submersible pumps from 18 months to 30 months at Electra Mining Africa 2018. IPR MD Colin Adams says as the official sub-Saharan distributor of... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho

By: Sheila Barradas     4th October 2018 The The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority has started a series of workshops with registered construction companies to explain the procurement framework of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase 2. 

RS Components introduces heavy-duty connectors for range of industrial applications

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has unveiled a new range of RS Pro heavy-duty connectors including screw terminals, cage-clamp terminals and housings. The components offer excellent value for customers and are designed... 

City of Cape Town to spend over R2bn on new housing – De Lille

By: African News Agency      2nd October 2018 The city of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) will spend over R2-billion on new housing over the next three financial years, with over R500-million budgeted for 2018/19, mayor Patricia de Lille said on Tuesday. In a statement, de Lille said the 2018/19 budget was... 

Protect potential explosive zones from lightning strikes with DEHN AFRICA

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd October 2018 a lightning strike caused a major fire in an oil storage tank on Butcher Island (Jawahar Dweep), off the Mumbai shore. It took four days to extinguish the fire on the island, which houses a marine oil terminal of the Mumbai Port Trust, where oil tankers discharge crude oil, thereafter transported... 

India copper imports surge

By: Ajoy K Das     28th September 2018 Almost a third of India’s domestic demand for copper is being met through imports with local copper refiners facing a challenge to meet this cheaper inflow of the base metal into the country. “There has been a surge in copper imports particularly from countries that have signed free trade... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho and South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 South African Water and Sanitation Minister Gugile Nkwinti, Lesotho Water Minister Samonyane Ntsekele and the Lesotho High Commissioner Sello Moloto have reaffirmed their commitment to the successful implementation of the Phase 2 project. 

AMCU, NUM granted certificates of nonresolution in wage talks with Sibanye

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th September 2018 The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) has granted certificates of nonresolution to the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) regarding gold wage negotiations with Sibanye-Stillwater. The wage negotiations... 

Hogan Lovells sheds light on business rescue in construction industry

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th September 2018 In light of a struggling construction sector in South Africa and many companies going into liquidation or business rescue, and with the business rescue success rate only 10% on average for companies in South Africa, law firm Hogan Lovells says it is crucial for construction companies to carefully... 

Concrete Offers Unmatched Structural Integrity, Says TCI

25th September 2018 Structural integrity, durability, energy efficiency and fire resistance are just a few of the benefits concrete construction offers for the creation of infrastructure, says Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute (TCI). Perrie says the strength of concrete elements in buildings is well... 

Greater demand for transparency needed in African real estate industry

By: Simone Liedtke     20th September 2018 There is a growing acknowledgement of the central role that a transparent real estate sector plays in providing healthy, productive and competitive environments for communities and businesses, investment management company JLL global research head Jeremy Kelly said on Thursday. Market... 

Shedding Light on Durban’s Emerging Aerotropolis

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th September 2018 There is currently much being said about Durban’s emerging aerotropolis. Mooted to spearhead significant economic and social transformation in KwaZulu-Natal, it is worth unpacking exactly what an aerotropolis is and what the benefits to the province will be. An aerotropolis is a strategic,... 

RS Components introduces low-cost high-density PCB stacking connectors

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th September 2018 RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, has introduced the Amphenol ICC BergStak® Lite 0.8 mm vertical mating PCB-to-PCB connector system. An economical yet versatile connector range with a multiplicity of configuration... 

Top miner sees US-China trade tensions limiting global growth

By: Bloomberg     18th September 2018 Rising US-China trade tensions threaten to curb consumer purchasing power, crimp productivity growth and limit global economic expansion, according to the world’s biggest mining company. The confrontation between the world’s top two economies, “along with an increasingly unpredictable policy... 

Ultrasonic Sensors For Switching And Measuring

17th September 2018 Longer operating ranges and broader areas of application are only two of the features offered by the Leuze’s Leuze HTU 418B and Leuze DMU 418B ultrasonic sensors. Suitable for switching and measuring applications, the devices have an operating range of up to 1 300 mm. These fully metal-enclosed... 

Imilingo making strides at Electra Mining 2018

17th September 2018 As the final day of Electra Mining Africa 2018 themed ‘Diversity Day’ drew to  a close, the Imilingo Mineral Processing team were upbeat about their diversified Electra experience. “We came into this with a great deal of enthusiasm and it hasn't disappointed in terms of our overall objectives to... 

First Xeno 1 laser installation complete

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     14th September 2018 Product identification equipment manufacturer Cab Technology South Africa has completed the installation of a Xeno 1 laser marking system at cable and connector solutions supplier Hiconnex Industrial’s new facility, in Centurion, in Gauteng, says Cab Technology South Africa technical sales... 

City of Johannesburg inner city revitalisation project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th September 2018 The City of Johannesburg aims to deliver 4 000 low-cost housing units to inner city residents to address the housing backlog. 

Ghana on hook for $2bn China deal if bauxite plan stalls

By: Bloomberg     10th September 2018 Ghana will have to use alternative sources to pay back China’s Sinohydro Corp. for $2-billion in infrastructure if the revenue from an earmarked bauxite project is insufficient to meet installments. Sinohydro agreed to a deal with the West African nation in May to build bridges, roads, hospitals... 

New flowmeter from Instrotech introduced

7th September 2018 Control instrumentation distributor and manufacturer Instrotech is offering the latest Kobold Model VKP flowmeter that works on the Variable Area principle, still one of the most-used measurement principles in flow engineering.  Instead of the conical measuring pipe generally used, a conical... 

Green light for affordable Cape Town housing near V&A Waterfront

By: African News Agency      5th September 2018 Western Cape Premier Helen Zille on Tuesday said she "welcomed" the green light for affordable housing close to the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. He comments follow the rezoning approval received by the provincial government to develop affordable housing on one of South Africa’s most valuable... 

Stellenbosch University receives R2.9m grant to develop fire engineering postgraduate degrees

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd September 2018 Stellenbosch University’s Fire Engineering Research Unit (FireSUN) has received a grant of R2.9-million from Lloyd’s Register Foundation, to develop Africa’s first-ever postgraduate programme in fire engineering. This will help provide the expertise needed to keep the African continent safe in... 

Eskom, unions settle on salary adjustments

By: Marleny Arnoldi     30th August 2018 State-owned power utility Eskom has reached a three-year wage agreement with trade unions the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and Solidarity. In terms of the agreement, Eskom’s bargaining unit permanent employees will receive salary... 

Eskom needs to be 'rightsized' – Mabuza

By: Kim Cloete     28th August 2018 Eskom chairperson Jabu Mabuza says the utility is up to 33% overstaffed at all levels and may need to be "rightsized" in time. “We don't know whether we will downsize but we are determined to rightsize. We will do that within the confines of the Labour Relations Act. We can’t tell people here how... 

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