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Company offers consultation on stainless steel grade use

26th October 2018 As part of its anchor installer training service, construction industry service and technology provider Hilti South Africa offers consulting on the implications of using different grades of stainless steel as fasteners for anchoring purposes in the construction industry. “We all know stainless... 

Dirk Dijkstra

26th October 2018 This week we profile Dirk Sjoerd Dijkstra, GM and head of subregion: Southern Africa at powertools, fastening solutions, construction software and services company Hilti South Africa   

Foam-based spray prevents spread of fire

12th October 2018 Since the launch of construction industry services and technology provider Hilti South Africa’s Firestop façade joint coating earlier this year, the product – which has been well received by engineers and architects – will be used in its first large construction project in Bedfordview, Gauteng,... 

Hilti

12th October 2018 Founded in 1941 in Schaan, Lichtenstein, Hilti is a family owned company with a long and proud tradition of providing system solutions for the construction industry, and as a world leader in fastening and demolition technology. For over 75 years, the company focuses on creating enthusiastic... 
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Johannesburg mayor urges Ramaphosa to intervene in housing funding row

Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba on Friday said the provincial government had reduced the city’s Human Settlements Development Grant (HSDG) funding by R180-million for the current financial year, a move he said would worsen its housing crisis, and urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to intervene.... 

Cape Town agrees to transfer R114.3m Salt River site for 10% of its value for housing

The City of Cape Town has agreed, "in principle", to sell the Salt River Market site to a "social housing institution (SHI)" for 10% of its market value for an 820 unit mixed-use development, it announced on Thursday. "I'm elated by Council's decision to agree, in principle, to transfer this... 
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