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Pre-cast Concrete Bus Shelters and DZZ Pavers for J B Marx Taxi Rank

2nd July 2019 The JB Marx Taxi Rank at Ikageng Extension 7, developed at a cost of just under R12 million, used pre-cast concrete bus shelters from Rocla and interlocking pavers from Technicrete in order to make the rank convenient and user-friendly for local commuters. The project, in the North West Province,... 

The cobbled paver effect

26th June 2019 Remember the old cobbled streets of London and York, and the ancient Souks of the Middle East with their tiny cobbled side streets? Whilst those streets and sidewalks evolved through years of usage by people and horse and cart carriages, Technicrete’s bevelled Cobble Bond paving can create a... 

Successful stormwater management with permeable paving

13th June 2019 The effective management and subsequent attenuation or storage of stormwater has never been more critical in South Africa than at present. For many local municipalities, submission of stormwater management plans is compulsory with all proposals for new commercial and residential developments.... 

Rebloc road barriers enhance road safety

5th April 2019 Concrete barriers in the median or along the verge of a roadway or bridge are never really noticed or considered until an unexpected collision brings one to the reality of what’s expected of these Vehicle Restraint Systems (VRS).  Rocla, part of the IS group of companies partnered with REBLOC,... 
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DBSA issues statement on departure of Breytenbach as IPP Office head

Below is the full statement, released by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), following news that Karen Breytenbach had been asked to leave her post as head of the Independent Power Producers Office. 

Global growth to remain subdued, says IMF

While global economic growth is expected to remain subdued, at 3.2%, this year, the International Monetary Fund’s latest edition of the ‘World Economic Outlook (WEO)’ points to anticipated growth of 3.4% for sub-Saharan Africa. With global growth expected to pick up to 3.5% in 2020, sub-Saharan... 
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