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Solid foundation for De Waterkant heritage project

19th January 2021 Construction innovation played an important role, particularly in terms of readymix supply, at the Old Cape Quarter Project in De Waterkant. Here contractor, GVK Siya Zama Construction had to mitigate variable ground conditions at an upmarket mixed-use development. Variable ground conditions at... 

Rustenburg Mall – built on concrete relationships

9th December 2020 The new 40 000m² Rustenburg Mall shopping centre remains on track for completion in April 2021, with main contractor Beckers Bouaannemers relying on readymix partner AfriSam for its concrete production capacity and technical know-how. The project – where construction began in October 2019 – is... 

Built environment practitioners are key drivers of public health

14th September 2020 “Practitioners of the built environment should consider themselves as public health practitioners as well. This is because the work that they do has both an immediate and long-lasting impact on the health and wellbeing of the people in the communities, settlements and urban areas within which... 

Afrisam makes a concrete contribution to the leap school in Diepsloot

23rd July 2020 In a partnership that started in 2014, AfriSam has donated construction materials for the construction of the new LEAP Maths and Science School in Diepsloot, Gauteng.  AfriSam was approached by one of the main sponsors of the school, Aveng Infraset, to support this initiative through the donation... 
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BUSA pays tribute to Mthembu

Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) says organised business mourns the passing of Jackson Mthembu, who was "one of South Africa’s hardest-working Ministers and a reliable social partner to engage with". Mthembu passed away this week from Covid-19-related complications. 

Japan and the UK partnering on robotics for use in nuclear facilities

Japan and the UK are partnering to develop and deploy new automation and robotics techniques for use in both the decommissioning of nuclear plants and the development of nuclear fusion energy. The project, designated LongOps, will receive £12-million in funding and will run for four years. The... 
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