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Husqvarna group is further strengthening its position in surface preparation through a concrete power trowel acquisition

20th July 2020 Husqvarna Group’s Construction Division has acquired the Concrete Power Trowel business from Wacker Neuson Group.   “Power trowels complement our current range in a great way, connecting the entire process from ground compaction to polished concrete floors, and fits well into our divisional... 

Garden Route Environmental Forum (GREF) teams up with Husqvarna South Africa to tackle climate change and environmental management

22nd June 2020 “A fast-changing climate brings changes to the way landowners are managing plant growth, both indigenous and invasive alien species, on their land,” says Cobus Meiring of the Garden Route Environmental Forum (GREF). The socio-economic impact of COVID-19 brought about a new urgency to better... 

Local Kwagga small plant from Hire It a big hit in construction industry

9th January 2019 The increasing demand for fibreoptic cable infrastructure has seen a Durban installer acquire eight Kwagga rammers from Hire It (Natal) (Pty) Ltd. This is testament to the success of the rugged and cost-effective range of small plant for the construction industry. The customer is very happy with... 

Steven Nathan

7th December 2018 This week Engineering News profiles Steven Nathan Nathan, CEO of 10X Investments, a provider of low-cost and transparent investment solutions for company retirement funds and individual investments   
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CIG narrows interim loss, but remains under pressure

Construction company Consolidated Infrastructure Group (CIG) expects to report a headline loss a share of between 91c and 137c for the six months ended June 30. This will be an improvement of between 67% and 78% compared with the headline loss a share of 417c reported for the six months ended... 

King Shaka International Airport announces updated Covid-19 operational processes

Durban’s King Shaka International Airport (King Shaka) on Friday announced that it was updating its operations processes concerning Covid-19. The new processes would come into effect on Sunday (August 16). King Shaka is one of the airports owned and operated by the Airports Company South Africa.... 
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