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S Africa aims to improve poor maintenance of railway infrastructure

3rd March 2017 The inability of local rail infrastructure to attract sufficient revenue has led to a deficiency in the required sustaining capital necessary for its maintenance, says professional services consultancy WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff infrastructure and transportation divisional director Vishaal... 

Water management crucial for ensuring economic viability

3rd March 2017 It is imperative that water resources and assets be protected and preserved through collective and holistic water management to secure the economic future of South Africa, says engineering consultant WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff hydrology senior associate Karen King. 

Keeping up with technology trends imperative for efficiency

24th February 2017 With the growing woes of electricity costs in South Africa, engineering professional services consulting firm WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff believes that it is imperative to keep up with air-conditioning technology trends that promote energy efficiency and ease of maintenance. 

Emira rebalancing its diversified portfolio

15th February 2017 The first half of JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Emira Property Fund’s 2017 financial year was defined by an intense strategic focus on rebalancing its portfolio out of the office sector, aggressive leasing and tenant retention, vigilant cost control, prudent financial management... 
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Presidency explains Zuma involvement in Pravin court matter

The Presidency on Wednesday moved to explain why President Jacob Zuma’s lawyers were present at the high court in a matter in which finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, is seeking a declaration that he has no legal right to intervene in matters between banks and their clients. In a statement the... 

Eskom cancels supplier contract owing to inferior coal

State-owned power utility Eskom has terminated a contract with a major coal supplier to its Tutuka power station after discovering the coal supplied was not extracted from the contracted collieries. The parastatal, following strict monitoring of the coal quality to the station, revoked the... 
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