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Company prepared for civil projects decrease

By: Nadine James     29th April 2016 Construction chemicals producer Chryso Southern Africa continues to innovate and expand, offsetting the decrease in major civil projects. Chryso Group VP and Chryso South Africa (SA) CEO Norman Seymore notes that, aside from a few high-profile building projects in high-income areas, the... 

Group Five hopes collusion referral will end uncertainty, confirms fine provision

By: Terence Creamer     17th November 2014 Construction company Group Five has welcomed the decision of the Competition Commission to refer a collusive tendering case to the Competition Tribunal in respect of the construction of 2010 FIFA World Cup stadiums, with outgoing CEO Mike Upton arguing that the move should offer it an opportunity... 

Competition Commission confirms collusion by construction majors, refers case to tribunal 

By: Natalie Greve     12th November 2014 The Competition Commission today referred a case of collusive tendering to the Competition Tribunal regarding the construction of the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup stadia against majors WBHO Construction, Group Five Construction, Murray & Roberts (M&R), Stefanutti Stocks Holdings and Basil Read.... 

Germany sets aside R70m for South African transport project

By: SANews, SA government news service     31st October 2014 The German government has committed a further R70-million towards the second phase of the Non-Motorised Transport (NMT) programme. The NMT programme forms part of the Department of Environmental Affairs’ 2010 FIFA World Cup National Greening Legacy Programme. 

Embracing Responsible Design and Local Enterprise Development

     20th June 2013 Boogertman + Partners diversity in skills permeates various spheres of life: where we live, where we work, where we unwind and engage with others. From spaces where communities congregate to numerous: retail, industrial, healthcare, residential and commercial developments. The company offers its... 

As bus rapid transit systems are rolled out, some efficiency questions linger

By: Irma Venter     6th July 2012 Johannesburg has one and so does Cape Town. Port Elizabeth almost had one, Rustenburg is planning one, and Tshwane may finally roll out one after a delay of several years. Bus rapid transit (BRT) systems, although they may go by different names in different cities, are high-volume bus systems... 

As bus rapid transit systems are rolled out, some efficiency questions linger

By: Irma Venter     6th July 2012 Johannesburg has one and so does Cape Town. Port Elizabeth almost had one, Rustenburg is planning one, and Tshwane may finally roll out one after a delay of several years. 

CSIR lab played key role in MeerKAT dish project

By: Keith Campbell     17th May 2012 The materials used to manufacture the innovative composite radio telescope dishes developed in South Africa for the KAT-7, MeerKAT and, hopefully, the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio astronomy projects were tested and proven to meet their specifications by the Mechanical Testing... 

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