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Jul 14, 2000
It is fitting that France, originator of the word ‘renaissance’, should help Africa with its own variation of the concept. And that is precisely what the country plans to do during its tenure in the presidency of the European Union.
Jul 14, 2000
Prison developments
Jul 14, 2000
A new patented building method, which draws on the principles of brick, block and concrete building, is cheaper and requires less labour and skill than conventional building techniques.
Jul 14, 2000
Prison developments
Jul 07, 2000
By 2005, commuters travelling between Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Johannesburg International Airport may be persuaded to leave the convenience of their motorcars for the time-savings and comfort of a higher-speed train.
Jul 07, 2000
Construction of the proposed 280-metre-long Nelson Mandela bridge, which will link Braamfontein with Newtown,
Jul 06, 2000
An unsolicited proposal to upgrade and toll the John Ross highway linking Empangeni and Richards Bay in Kwazulu-Natal at a cost of R220-million to R250-million, has been submitted to the National Roads Agency.
Jun 30, 2000
Century City
Jun 30, 2000
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Jun 30, 2000
A modest R4,9-million investment by a South African development institution into a French agency could yield an additional R300 million a year in infrastructure investment for Southern Africa.
Jun 23, 2000
One of South Africa’s leading cable-management product suppliers, HellermannTyton, has invested some R14-million in new premises located in Linbro Park, Johannesburg.
Jun 23, 2000
Construction of the Johannesburg Zoo’s R6-million lion enclosure, sponsored by Anglogold, is on target for completion by the end of July.
Jun 23, 2000
Africa’s largest engineering group is putting its losses behind it and embracing the New Economy
Jun 16, 2000
The reconstruction of the Injaka bridge, south of Bush Buck Ridge, in Mpumalanga, which collapsed in 1998 during incremental launching, is expected to be completed in August.
Jun 16, 2000
Southern Africa: projects & trade
Jun 16, 2000
Southern Africa: projects & trade
Jun 09, 2000
The University of Canterbury, in New Zealand, has joined a consortium to develop the Southern African Large Telescope.
Jun 09, 2000
Harbour infrastructure & equipment
Jun 09, 2000
Harbour infrastructure & equipment
 
 
 
 
Jun 09, 2000
Property developer Old Mutual Properties’ R200-million retail project in the heart of Rosebank, Johannesburg, known as
Jun 09, 2000
Construction work on the first phase of Thesen Islands, a R700-million commercial and residential property development in the Knysna lagoon starts this month.
Jun 02, 2000
Africarail 2000
Jun 02, 2000
Concrete
Jun 02, 2000
Five months into the R330-million contract to build Sun International Zambia’s two hotels overlooking the Victoria Falls, Grinaker Construction is 50% of the way to completing the structures, and has begun with the finishings to the bedroom blocks for the four-...
May 26, 2000
Construction of the Caledon Casino Bid Company’s R103,5-million casino resort in Caledon, in the Overberg region, is under way and set to become the first fully-licensed casino operating in the Western Cape.
May 26, 2000
National power utility Eskom’s transmission division is to submit its ‘Cape strengthening programme’ to the board for approval this month.
May 26, 2000
The South African Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, in partnership with the private sector, will develop a model eco-village for the country, which will serve as a blueprint for other similar developments.
May 19, 2000
Construction of one of South Africa’s largest residential developments, valued at R1,3-billion, is well under way at Cape Town’s Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.
May 12, 2000
Reconstruction & development
 
 
 
 
May 12, 2000
Reconstruction & development
May 12, 2000
Planned development of the R211-million, 35 000-seat stadium in Brakpan, on the East Rand, is on track with the project due to start in July or August.
May 12, 2000
Tribology, corrosion control & coatings
May 12, 2000
Reconstruction & development
May 12, 2000
A new steel column, which is reportedly the tallest in Southern Africa, was erected at Sasol’s Alpha Olefins plant in Secunda, Mpumalanga, last month.
May 05, 2000
Hydraulic and pneumatics
Apr 28, 2000
South Africa will not achieve water security in the twenty-first century without balancing the creation of physical infrastructure and efficient water management.
Apr 28, 2000
The 193-million kilometres of fibre optic cable installed around the world in the last 15 years can handle more information than all the billions of kilometres of copper cable installed over the last century.
Apr 28, 2000
A workbook of information to assist professionals and policy makers in creating sustainable settlements in South Africa, known as the Red Book, was released this month in Pretoria.
Apr 28, 2000
Construction of a R150-million brewery for the Eastern Cape by a German-South African joint venture is expected to start in the second half of the year.
 
 
 
 
Apr 28, 2000
Three glass airport passenger-loading bridges left for Harare, Zimbabwe, this week to join the first bridge successfully transported to and installed at Harare airport earlier this month.
Apr 28, 2000
Progress is being made on the disposal of five large properties currently owned by the State.
Apr 28, 2000
Southern Africa is cottoning on to the global trend of attracting private finance into infrastructure development.
Apr 28, 2000
Overloaded trucks are adding R600-million a year to the backlog bill of maintenance and repairs of South African roads, which stands at R37-billion, but public–private partnerships could help solve the problem.
Apr 21, 2000
In his State of the Nation address on February 4, President Thabo Mbeki amplified what has been arguably the most significant shift in strategic thinking to have taken place within the ranks of the ruling party since its
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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