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Concor Buildings

Concor Buildings offers the agility, responsiveness and flexibility to deliver quality projects safely, on time and within budget.

Recently completed construction projects include the Oxford Parks BPSA, Embassy Towers, The Signature LUX Hotel, the BCX Complex, the BMW Group SA Dealership Training Centre, Maluti Crescent shopping centre, the Skukuza Conference Centre campus and The Campus student accommodation.

The company’s track record includes numerous iconic buildings including the Carlton Centre and ABSA Towers in the Johannesburg CBD, the Reserve Bank in Pretoria, various phases of the Melrose Arch Precinct, the Gautrain Project, The Pavilion Shopping Centre in KwaZulu-Natal, the Dubai International Terminals 1 and 2 and the Burj al Arab, as well as numerous buildings in and around Sandton.

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Centerra reduces Mt Milligan mill production

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd April 2020 Canadian miner Centerra Gold will reduce its workforce and cut its mill throughput to 50 000 t/d for a two-week period, starting on April 6. The company explains that the remote mine has a large camp accommodation facility where substantially all of the on-site employees reside while on their... 

State-of-the-art waterproofing solution for landmark development

1st April 2020 One of South Africa’s foremost waterproofing specialists used Spraylock Concrete Protection (SCP) technology to successfully cure, increase the concrete durability and waterproof the ground and first floor, as well as roof of the new Deloitte head-office in Waterfall City in Midrand. Located... 

Bring Your Business Full Circle

30th March 2020 A circular economy works hand in hand with sustainable business. Discover how to embrace sustainable business practices and how UL helps empower a circular economy. When a business turns its focus toward creating a more sustainable future for our planet, innovation and improved performance often... 

ARM, Motsepe family play key roles in R1bn coronavirus pledge

By: Martin Creamer     28th March 2020 South Africa’s diversified black-controlled mining and minerals company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) and the Motsepe family on Saturday formed the key part of the partnership of companies and organisations that have pledged R1 billion to assist with the current coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic... 

Steel vs plastic water tanks

26th March 2020 Water scarcity and water stress is a reality for South Africans; people are turning to water storage tanks to help with short-term solutions to minimise interruption of their water supply. Water tanks are used to store large quantities of water for many different reasons, including agricultural... 

Mobile money accounts surpass one-billion globally

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th March 2020 The number of registered mobile money accounts worldwide has surpassed the one-billion mark, with the processing of about $2-billion in transactions undertaken every day. A new GSMA ‘State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money’ report shows that 2019 marked a major milestone for the mobile money... 

Teranga’s operations proceeding as planned

By: Simone Liedtke     26th March 2020 TSX-listed Teranga Gold Corporation’s production, development and exploration are proceeding as planned, and the consolidated first-quarter production is likely to be between 85 000 oz and 90 000 oz, as expected. In a statement on March 25, COO Paul Chawrun indicated that this would be the... 

Stats SA announces immediate suspension of fieldwork

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     20th March 2020 In light of the spread of Covid-19 in South Africa, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) has suspended all fieldwork activities until March 31. The committee will continue to look at the prevailing environment to inform its decisions. 

Corobrik’s face bricks used to create homes in Roodepoort’s Princess Plots Informal Settlement

17th March 2020 The first phase of the Princess Plots Informal Settlement Upgrade Project has seen 281 homes handed over to residents in this Roodepoort-based settlement, with the construction incorporating Corobrik’s dynamic Fynbos Geel and Fynbos Rooi clay face bricks. The project, which got underway in 2014,... 

AfDB approves $121.7m loan, Euro €3m grant to support Namibian water and sanitation sector

By: Natasha Odendaal     13th March 2020 The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a $121.7-million loan, along with a €3-million grant from the Rural Water Supply Sanitation Initiative Trust Fund, to support Namibia’s Water Sector Support Programme. The five-year programme aims to improve access to potable water and for... 

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