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Topic - John Ross Highway
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Oct 28, 2011
A disaster is looming in the local asphalt industry as supply of bitumen from South African refineries has all but dried up, says Much Asphalt CEO and Southern Africa Bitumen Association chairperson Phillip Hechter.
May 14, 2010
The treasury of KwaZulu-Natal’s (KZN’s) provincial government has set aside a total of R11,09-billion for capital expenditure for infrastructure development in the 2010/11 financial year, 49% being earmarked for maintenance.
Apr 25, 2008
KwaZulu-Natal-based steel plate profiling service centre and steel merchant Brown McFarlane Africa, which has been in operation since 2005, reports that it will be opening a new operation in Johannesburg this year and will also be extending its factory at its head...
Jun 24, 2005
The project includes the construction of a new eastbound carriageway, the lengthening of box culverts and four bridges, and the construction of a bridge over the Neseleni floodplain.
Mar 10, 2004
The Civil Engineering Industry Report, published yesterday, revealed that civil engineering confidence levels are down by 43% quarter-on-quarter, adding that this decline in optimism is prevalent amongst all sizes of contractors of all races.
Jan 30, 2004
Construction of a new R250-million bulk handling facility at Richards Bay was started last week.
Jan 21, 2004
Construction has started on a R250-million bulk handling facility at the Richards Bay harbour in KwaZulu-Natal.
May 02, 2003
A R30-billion non-toll provincial and rural road infrastructure development programme was given the green light by Cabinet in February.
Mar 27, 2003
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Aug 02, 2002
While commuters may be alarmed by the fact that toll-roads have become an increasing part of their daily travelling, those in the roads sector suggest that the heavy competition for funding from the national fiscus as well as from provincial budgets necessitates the...
Dec 14, 2001
With the roads sector leading the way in public–private partnerships, participants need to be assured of the financial viability of toll-road projects.
Dec 14, 2001
Some R8,8-billion that government would have had to have spent on roads is now available for spending on other needed infrastructure thanks to the private–public partnership (PPP) toll-road projects.
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.
Sep 17, 1999
Tenders for the first contract of the R250-million upgrade of the John Ross highway could go out as early as November this year.
 
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