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Concor Infrastructure

Concor Infrastructure is well positioned as the leading black owned Tier 1 infrastructure player in South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa. The company is already active in all nine provinces locally, and regularly performs contracts in Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries.

Concor Infrastructure offers a broad capability across all infrastructure disciplines including roads, airports, dams, railways, bulk earthworks, mine and township development, specialised concrete repair work and civil engineering.


 

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Pandemic disruptions an opportunity for Africa to reimagine cities

2nd July 2020 The need for social distancing and better sanitation could leapfrog African city development into a more sustainable future. This is according to Duncan Bonnett, Director Market Access & Research at Africa House, and research partner of exhibition organiser Messe Muenchen South Africa, who says... 

Mardie DFS proves positve for BCI

By: Esmarie Iannucci     1st July 2020 A definitive feasibility study (DFS) on the Mardie salt and potash project, in Western Australia, has confirmed that the project could become a globally significant Tier 1 project. The DFS, released by owner BCI Minerals on Wednesday, noted that the project could produce 4.4-million tonnes a... 

Effective sewerage systems for infrastructure development and maintenance

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th June 2020 Effective sewerage systems are an essential element of infrastructure planning, development and maintenance. They ensure that communities live in hygienic conditions through the collection, conveyance, treatment and disposal of wastewater in a non-hazardous manner to people and the environment. A... 

Kogi adopts phased approach to funding, work on Agbaja project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     30th June 2020 ASX-listed Kogi Iron has announced that it will adopt a staged funding and development programme to ensure the development of its Agbaja cast steel project, in Nigeria, continues to progress. The company also revised down its initial envisaged production rate during Phase 1 of the project to... 

How to get your Renewable Energy project funded

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th June 2020 Author: Nadia Rawjee, Uzenzele Holdings There has been a significant amount of coverage in Engineering News around exciting new projects and opportunities in the Renewable Energy sector. The key question is how these projects are ultimately going to be funded. 

19 workers at Trevali mine test positive for Covid

By: Mariaan Webb     27th June 2020 Vancouver-headquartered Trevali Mining has suspended operations at its Santander zinc/lead mine, in Peru, after 19 workers tested positive for Covid-19. The company said on Friday that the workers were asymptomatic and that they were in preventative quarantine. Operations had been suspended at... 

Revenue under severe strain, but no tariff increases for Ekurhuleni

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     26th June 2020 The City of Ekurhuleni will not be increasing municipal tariffs that are within the control of the city, despite a considerable strain on revenue collection exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, Finance and Economic Development MMC Nkosindiphile Xhakaza said on June 26 during a webinar discussing... 

SABS reports heightened need for face mask standards

By: Donna Slater     26th June 2020 National standards body, the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS), reports that the need for national standards has been highlighted during the outbreak of Covid-19 as the disruption of global supply chains has impacted the acquisition of personal protective equipment (PPE), related medical... 

Barrick JV to retrench most of Porgera’s staff

By: Mariaan Webb     24th June 2020 Global gold major Barrick has told the workforce at its Porgera joint venture (JV) mine that most of them will be retrenched in the coming weeks, affecting 2 650 Papua New Guinea nationals. Expatriate employees had already been retrenched and the local workforce would have their employment... 

How manufacturers and distributors can prepare for the upturn by embracing technological innovation

22nd June 2020 If the pandemic has taught business leaders one thing, it is that being agile and embracing digital transformation is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Over the last few months, some manufacturers have remained resilient by pivoting the production line to manufacture essentials needed for the... 

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