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May 30, 2014
Having officially launched the Find & Fix mobile application earlier this month at the Microsoft Building, in Sandton, the Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) says the application is one of the communication tools used to convert the JRA into a centre of engineering...
Feb 20, 2013
Financing large capital-investment requirements would be the biggest challenge facing Africa's power sector going forward, especially the need to increase private sector funding and cashflow by seven- to ten-fold their current levels. Speaking during a panel...
Jun 29, 2007
An 885-t tunnel boring machine (TBM), which will be used for tunnelling in the construction of the Gautrain rapid-rail link, is scheduled to arrive in South Africa in October. A three km portion of the tunnel between Gautrain�s Johannesburg station and Park station...
Feb 09, 2007
May 08, 2006
When a South African, a Frenchman, a Canadian, and an American sit around a table in South Africa, it can easily be thought of as the opening line of a barroom joke. Or it could be an exemplary show of teamwork to make the world’s second-largest...
May 05, 2006
When a South African, a Frenchman, a Canadian, and an American sit around a table in South Africa, it can easily be thought of as the opening line of a barroom joke. Or it could be an exemplary show of teamwork to make the world’s second-largest...
Feb 18, 2005
Low interest rates and the strong rand have done much to create a buoyant property market in South Africa, leading to a multiplicity of commercial developments, says LC Consulting director John Truter.
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.
 
 
 
 
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