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Business confidence in construction at its lowest point

13th September 2021 Business confidence in the construction industry has reached record low levels as the combined effect of the sector’s general state of decline and the unexpected shock of mass riots knocked business confidence hard in the third quarter of 2021. This is according to Craig Lemboe, a Senior... 

Women making strides in engineering & construction

25th August 2021 This Women’s Month, we celebrate Yolandi Jonker, Business Development Executive at RIB CCS, as she talks about her successful and enriching journey in the predominantly male-dominated industry of engineering & construction. Jonker grew up in Rustenburg and from a very early age, learnt to be... 

The critical need for digital transformation in the construction industry

24th August 2021 At a recent conference hosted by RIB CCS exclusively attended by senior construction industry executives, the overarching message was that the construction industry has to embrace technology to remain relevant. This because it will result in a better delivery of projects on time and within... 

Save the date: The role of construction in the economic recovery of South Africa

13th August 2021 Construction Alliance South Africa (CASA) will be hosting an informative webinar on the role of construction in the economic recovery of South Africa – proudly brought to you by our sponsors AfriSam and RIB CCS. 
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Magazine round up | 24 September 2021

A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader.  

President urges communities to support N2 toll road project

President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged communities to support the development of the N2 Wild Coast toll road (N2WCTR) project, which includes two mega bridges, stating that stoppages are counterproductive and not only costs contractors, but the entire country. “The very purpose they [infrastructure... 
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