Building & Construction News

Attacq to add R500m micro apartments development to Waterfall City mix

  • 23-06-2021
  • Moneyweb

Mall of Africa majority owner Attacq is set to add to the mixed-use property offering within its multi-billion-rand Waterfall City mega development node in Gauteng with the imminent launch of a R500 million residential project that will be home to...

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5 influential green architects in South Africa

  • 23-06-2021
  • Rising Sun Chatsworth

In the past few years, increased emphasis has been placed on the importance of environmental conservation. One industry that has been rapidly embracing the need for a more eco-conscious approach is the Read More


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Trust, respect, support underpins success at Msikaba

  • 22-06-2021
  • Cape Business News

THE breath-taking Msikaba bridge in the Eastern Cape demands not just an excellent result, but also a collaborative process that engages local communities and small, medium-sized and micro enterprises (SMMEs). It is being constructed by Concor Inf...

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Construction company pleads innocence in R85 million border wall probe

  • 22-06-2021
  • News 24

A construction company involved in a R85 million border wall project in KwaZulu-Natal, which is the subject of a Special Investigation Unit (SIU) probe, is adamant that it is not complicit in corruption.

The ISF Group's Mandisa ...

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Contractor wins court battle with government over R3m payment claim

  • 21-06-2021
  • Daily Dispatch

A R3m payment due to a contractor for “standing time” on a housing contract stood unpaid for eight years because former provincial human settlements department head Gaster Sharpley had “some moral objection” to approving a ...

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Bushbuckridge municipality to fix recently damaged building entrance

  • 21-06-2021
  • Mpumalanga News

The Bushbuckridge Local Municipality is ready to fix th...

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Delays in R33.5 million housing project spark protests in Bitou

  • 18-06-2021
  • IOL

Delays in the implementation of the R33.5 million Qolweni housing project have sparked protests in Bitou (formerly Plettenberg Bay) municipality which have led to the blocking of the N2 in the area since Monday.

The N2 was closed on Mond...

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The Cost of Free

  • 18-06-2021
  • L2B

When you think of the eTenders portal, the adage “No such thing as a free lunch” comes to mind. To be fair though, when has a government-driven solution ever been successful?



There is one “positive” though: Th...

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Plenty of excuses for slow progress on D959 and D3715

  • 18-06-2021
  • Zoutnet

The sighs of relief over the long-awaited rehabilitation of the D959- and D3715 roads, which eventually started earlier this year, might have been a little premature, as delayed payment of workers’ salaries and a shortage of material appear ...

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Construction begins on R500 million luxury apartment block in Cape Town CBD

  • 17-06-2021
  • Business Tech

Property developer Abland, and its partners Giflo, have invested R500 million in a luxury mixed-used development in the heart of Cape Town’s central business district.

Construction on The Rubik has commenced, with sales on the proj...

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