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Sep 20, 2002
Malawi – Plans are at an advanced stage for a $4,5-million project to rehabilitate part of the Sena railway line from Mozambique's mining town of Moatize to Malawi's Southern town of Balaka.
Sep 20, 2002
An industry that appears to be expanding in South Africa is the rope access industry.
Sep 13, 2002
Sierra Leone has embarked on a comprehensive programme of reconstruction, backed by the international community and under an international security umbrella.
Sep 13, 2002
A Johannesburg-based consulting engineer has urged teams implementing engineering and construction projects requiring a high degree of interaction between designer and constructer to discard the traditional approach in favour of partnering.
Sep 12, 2002
In his presentation of the annual departmental report, the Gauteng Housing MEC Paul Mashatile said on Tuesday the Gauteng Housing Department has spent approximately R 5-billion and delivered 275 383 serviced stands and 175 034 houses since 1994.
Sep 11, 2002
Cape Town’s International Convention Centre on the foreshore is nearing completion, as the deadline for the finalisation of the project approaches.
Sep 11, 2002
Engineering giant ABB insisted on Monday it would stick to its main financial targets as it struggled to counter growing investor fear that the group may have to row back on its goals.
Sep 11, 2002
South African construction giant, Murray & Roberts, has confirmed that its subsidiary, Booker Tate, is involved in a legal battle in Indonesia.
Sep 10, 2002
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Aug 30, 2002
The South African transport industry, especially in the mining and construction sectors, could soon see a number of new trucks from the local division of the US Mack Trucks.
Aug 30, 2002
A decision has yet to be made whether to proceed with criminal prosecution against the parties cited in the Injaka bridge collapse inquiry report.
Aug 29, 2002
Construction giant Murray and Roberts believes prospects for its major project capabilities in South and southern Africa have improved in line with higher levels of fixed investment.
Aug 28, 2002
South Africa’s construction industry is preparing to roll out a R50-million project to fast-track thousands of experienced workers in the construction industry to formal trade qualification standards – and better paying jobs.
Aug 27, 2002
State rail company, Spoornet, had a “comprehensive plan” to address the estimated R16-billion backlog in rail infrastructure alone, that accumulated over the last 20 years, public enterprise minister Jeff Radebe reported.
Aug 23, 2002
Industrial development remains one of South Africa’s, and Africa’s, foremost challenges. The continent, along with most other developing regions, remains severely under-developed in this area, and the situation is not improving.
Aug 23, 2002
Cape Town-based gas safety product company Suregas, has been chosen by the Legacy Hotels and Resort to install gas detection facilities into its hotels on the continent.
Aug 23, 2002
More than R15-million of the R88-million budget for the construction of South Africa's new 12 000 m3 Constitutional Court in the Johannesburg inner city, which is being undertaken by a joint venture between Rainbow Construction and WBHO, has been committed.
Aug 23, 2002
Local pipe manufacturer Hall Longmore, a Murray & Roberts company, is supplying line pipe for the 205 km South African section of Sasol’s natural gas project, which will bring the gas from Temane in Mozambique.
Aug 23, 2002
Gauteng-based company Pipeline Erectors has been awarded a R1-million contract by Sasol Technologies (Sastech) to construct the first kilometre of Sasol’s $549-million 865-km natural gas pipeline between Temane in Mozambique and Secunda in South Africa.
 
 
 
 
Aug 23, 2002
Construction group Aveng has announced that its Australian company McConnell Dowell has been awarded new contracts to the value of about R580-million.
Aug 23, 2002
One of South Africa’s largest construction companies, Group Five, announced a R3-billion order book, as well as a number of projects in the pipeline.
Aug 22, 2002
The correctional services department is planning to build new cost-effective “new generation” prisons to sort out the nightmarish overcrowding at the country's 241 prisons, currently standing at 62%.
Aug 16, 2002
The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) is to explore e-procurement as a means of accelerating the restructuring of business processes to improve public-sector construction delivery effectiveness.
Aug 16, 2002
Malawi - An investors' conference for the Nacala Development Corridor, a spatial development initiative involving Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique, will take place in October this year in Nampula, Mozambique, reports Malawi's corridor coordinator Luke Jumbe.
Aug 16, 2002
SHOPS and small businesses in the informal settlement of Nomzamo in Somerset West are thriving due to a partnership with the City of Cape Town.
Aug 14, 2002
The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) has confirmed that the findings of the official inquiry into the 1998 Injaka bridge collapse near Bushbuckridge in the Limpopo Province in which 14 people were killed and 19 injured has been handed over to its own...
Aug 09, 2002
Some 520 dwelling units will be built for the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) to house construction workers engaged on the development of the new port project.
Aug 09, 2002
Empowerment company the Kwezi Group has acquired a 40% stake in V3 Consulting Engineers, following 12 months of negotiations between the companies.
Aug 09, 2002
While most eyes were distracted by the World Cup Football in June this year, the residential suburb of Sherwood in Durban appeared to be holding the Olympic Games for house building.
 
 
 
 
Aug 09, 2002
International consulting engineering firm Arup has announced a new corporate structure for the South African practice which gives significant impetus to its transformation initiatives and its commitment to black economic empowerment.
Aug 09, 2002
Having provided more than 60 000 homes since its inception and continuing to provide low-cost housing has not been enough for housing development company Nu-Way Housing.
Aug 09, 2002
Morocco has tendered a permit for the construction and operation of a cereals silo at its main port of Casablanca, which would more than double its storage capacity, a senior equipment ministry official said yesterday.
Aug 09, 2002
A new technology is currently being marketed in South Africa which its manufacturers say will change the way low-cost housing is built.
Aug 09, 2002
Housing in South Africa has always been a focal point for both government and the public because the need for it is so great, reaching into the millions – millions of people and billions of rands are needed to deal with this plight.
Aug 09, 2002
As part of the initiative to establish itself as a key international player in public private partnerships (PPPs), Stewart Scott has formed a special Project Finance and Development Unit (PFDU) to house the firm’s PPP expertise, which will be dedicated to the...
Aug 09, 2002
Property loan stock company Rand Leases Properties will soon start work on a further phase of the Bram Fischerville housing development at a cost of more than R100-million.
Aug 09, 2002
The supply of R5-million worth of converted containers to the Temane gas pipeline project began in June this year and is due for completion by September.
Aug 09, 2002
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Aug 02, 2002
The injection of R150-million into the tyre-production facilities at Bridgestone Firestone South Africa’s (BFSA) plants in Port Elizabeth and Brits will facilitate the improvement of the quality of the company’s product.
 
 
 
 
Aug 02, 2002
MALAWI – South African construction firm Group Five International has embarked on the construction of one of Malawi's largest bridges.
Aug 02, 2002
A South African designed information management software system, developed in a Cape Town garage, is today helping to advance the cause of the government’s reconstruction and development programme (RDP) as well as combat rampant electricity fraud that is...
Aug 02, 2002
July saw the establishment of the Automotive Supplier Park in Pretoria – reportedly the first of its kind in Africa – which forms part of the Gauteng Automotive hub.
Jul 29, 2002
A senior Angolan government minister has said that after the demobilization of the country's Unita rebel movement within the next two to three weeks, the State could start focusing on rebuilding the oil and diamond-rich southwest African country.
Jul 26, 2002
South African petrochemicals company Sasol has committed about $5-million to social development of the communities that live along the company’s $1,2-billion 865 km gas pipeline between Mozambique and South Africa under construction at present.
 
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