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Road Closure

Closures on N3/M13 off-ramp and Hammarsdale Interchange

  • 23-02-2024
  • KZN Industrial News

SANRAL announced that traffic lanes on the N3, northbound and southbound, between the N3/M13 and Hammarsdale Interchanges will be reduced in width from February 29, 2024, to July 29, 2024, as part of the current upgrades.

The South Afric...

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Finance minister Enoch Godongwana introduced sweeping reforms to infrastructure financing.

#BudgetSpeech2024: R943bn for infrastructure and major reforms

  • 23-02-2024
  • Bizcommunity.com

In his 2024 budget speech, Minister of Finance Enoch Godongwana unveiled ambitious plans to overhaul the country's infrastructure financing and delivery system. "Madam Speaker, I am proud to announce that as part of this budget, we are in...

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 Lane reductions as part of the Randburg UDF Project

Lane reductions as part of the Randburg UDF Project

  • 23-02-2024
  • Arrive Alive

The upgrading of Bram Fischer and Jan Smuts intersection will enhance pedestrian and vehicle movement, improve the quality of the public environment, and promote the development of a compact, pedestrian-friendly environment.
 
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Takealot Group has created 20 000 direct jobs and over 13 000 indirect employment opportunities since inception.

New distribution centre reflects KZN’s potential, says Takealot

  • 23-02-2024
  • ITWeb

Commerce giant Takealot has invested in the construction of what it says is a “state-of-the-art distribution centre” at The Brickworks development in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).

As South Africa’s largest e-commerce provider, T...

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R36/Badfontein road

R36/Badfontein road is open for traffic

  • 23-02-2024
  • Lowvelder

The R36 from Lydenburg to Machadodorp is now open for traffic. It was closed by community members yesterday, February 21, in a protest against the delays to some roadworks.

More than 10 hours of lost time were forced on drivers of ore-ca...

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Butterworth residents have waited so far in vain for well over a decade, hoping to use this public pool and its facilities.

R18-million spent but Butterworth public pool has never opened

  • 22-02-2024
  • Ground Up

The swimming pool took ten years to build and was completed four years ago



It took the provincial department for sport and recreation more than ten years to finish the construction of a public swimming pool in Butterworth, Eastern Ca...

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N3 between Ashburton and Lynnfield Park to be closed for blasting

N3 between Ashburton and Lynnfield Park to be closed for blasting

  • 22-02-2024
  • The Witness

The South African National Road Agency (Sanral) said blasting will take place on the R103, meaning that there will be no alternative route.

The N3 will be fully closed between Ashburton and Lynnfield Park interchanges from 2.30 pm to 3 p...

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Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha.

Construction on R376m theatre begins after 8 years

  • 22-02-2024
  • The Citizen

The construction of the theatre was first announced in 2016 by Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha during his State of the Province’s Address.

Construction work on a R376 million provincial theatre in Polokwane has begun – eight ...

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Turbines at the Waainek wind farm, close to where the proposed Albany wind farm will be built.

Industry fights expansion of wind farms in Eastern Cape

  • 22-02-2024
  • Daily Southern & East African Tourism Update

The tourism industry in the Eastern Cape is fighting to prevent the expansion of wind farm construction close to the province’s leading game reserves, arguing that the facilities will have an irreversible impact on the biodiversity, vis...

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 Officials from the city’s Water and Sanitation Unit’s Construction Branch are hard at work upgrading asbestos pipes to MPVC pipes.

Extensive pipe upgrade underway in Phoenix

  • 21-02-2024
  • Rising Sun Chatsworth

The project covers 20, 783km. The size of the pipelines being laid ranges from 200 diameters to 75 mm MPVC, and 50mm to 25mm high-density polyethylene pipes feeding from the Phoenix Reservoir 1.

As part of water restoration efforts in Ph...

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