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Press Office - Concor

Concor

Concor is a diversified infrastructure and services construction company, with core competencies in the infrastructure, building, mining and property development sectors. The South African based company is regarded as one of the largest players in the South and sub-Saharan African construction sectors, and has a rich legacy dating to the early 1900s.

Concor, owned by a consortium led by the Southern Palace Group, is positioned to become the leading, black owned infrastructure and buildings business in South Africa.

Its offices are based in Bedfordview, Johannesburg, while project sites are located across the South African landscape. We also have operations in Botswana and Namibia.

Telephone : +27 11 590 5500

Email : info.construction@concor.co.za

Website : www.concor.co.za

 

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China iron ore futures pick up after factory activity unexpectedly expands

By: Reuters     31st March 2020 Chinese iron-ore futures picked up in early trade on Tuesday, rising more than 1% on demand hopes after the world's second-biggest economy reported an unexpected growth in its factory activities in March. China's official Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) jumped to 52 this month from a record low... 

Safer tailings storage facilities can be achieved − SRK

By: Simone Liedtke     30th March 2020 Safer tailings storage facilities (TSFs) – or tailings dams – can be achieved when mine owners, contractors and engineering consultants work closely together, says SRK Consulting senior geotechnical engineer Linda Spies. Speaking after a recent Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy... 

Centerra reports better-than-expected production from its two flagship mines

By: Marleny Arnoldi     27th March 2020 TSX-listed Centerra Gold reported a strong operating performance from its two mines in 2019, exceeding the company’s consolidated gold production and cost guidance. The Kumtor and Mount Milligan mines, in Kyrgyzstan and Canada's British Columbia, respectively, together produced about 783 300 oz... 

Infinity secures funding for San José lithium project

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     26th March 2020 Australian minerals company Infinity Lithium Corporation has executed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with European Union (EU) platform steering group EIT InnoEnergy for equity investment and a collaboration agreement relating to the San José lithium project, in Spain. This is further to... 

AMCU reports fatalities at AngloGold, Sibanye mines  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th March 2020 The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) reported on Friday afternoon that it had learnt of fatalities at AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng mine, in Gauteng, and Sibanye-Stillwater’s Thembelani shaft, in the North West. The union said in a statement that the AngloGold incident... 

Argentina mines and projects halted as Covid-19 isolation hits

By: Mariaan Webb     20th March 2020 Mines and projects are ramping down in Argentina, after a mandatory social isolation declaration was issued, with Yamana Gold and Hochschild Mining confirming on Friday that their operations in that country would be reduced and Lithium Americas suspending construction at the Cauchari-Olaroz... 

You break it, you buy it

By: Riaan de Lange     20th March 2020 “Beautiful to look at, lovely to hold, but if you should break it, consider it sold.” This rhyme evokes memories of the terror I experienced as a youngster when I was about to enter a shop displaying this message. I recall the drill. As I pushed the door open, which, without exception, triggered... 

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,... 

Covid-19 stalls work on Anglo’s $5.3bn Peru copper project

By: Mariaan Webb     17th March 2020 Diversified major Anglo American has withdrawn the majority of employees and contractors from its $5.3-billion Quellaveco copper project, in Peru, to comply with a 15-day national quarantine announced to curb the spread of the pandemic. The 10 000-strong construction workforce is being... 

CESA concludes productive Infrastructure Indaba

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th March 2020 Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) says its yearly Infrastructure Indaba, held on March 11 and 12, had ended with action-oriented resolutions that could be taken forward to help solve the challenges facing the built environment. CEO Chris Campbell said in a statement following the event... 

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