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Oct 21, 2008
An increasing proportion of higher education funding was being spent on science, engineering and technology, with the improvement of education remaining a medium-term spending priority. National Treasury noted in its Medium Term Budget Policy Statement, released on...
May 29, 2008
JSE-listed bulk earthworks and civil engineering contractor Protech Khutele would acquire the business of impact compaction manufacturer Impact Compaction on June 1, pending the fulfillment of some conditions, the company announced on Thursday. The company said the...
Apr 18, 2008
The project will involve the development of a mixed-use integrated development, with some 18 000 residential housing units on an estimated 1 462 ha of agricultural land.
Feb 15, 2008
Recycled rubber will play a vital role in the creation of new soccer fields ahead of the 2010 soccer World Cup.
Oct 05, 2007
Italian pump manufacturing company Lowara Pumps has developed a new range of energy efficient borehole pumps. The new Z6 range distributed locally by Natal Pumps is aimed at meeting the demands of municipalities and site engineers through its low maintenance and...
Nov 10, 2006
People earning as little as R6 000 p/m will have the opportunity to own their own home in Hlanganani Village.
Apr 02, 2004
Should South Africa win the bid to host the 2004 Soccer World Cup, locally recycled rubber might well play an important part in preparing the world’s best football teams for the event.
Jul 19, 2002
During South Africa’s apartheid era, a burning tyre became synonymous with the antiapartheid struggle.
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