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Thursday, 24 November 2016 11:31

Esor Limited continues profit growth

Both basic and headline earnings per share increased - by 24% to 2,05 cents and 6,8% to 2,15 cents, respectively - despite a drop in revenue to R666,3 million from R772,5 million this time last year.

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Thursday, 20 October 2016 22:32

Murray and Roberts joins voluntary deal

Murray & Roberts opts to participate in a R1.25bn 'voluntary' settlement agreement between construction companies.

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ELB Engineering Services Africa wins a contract to upgrade the loading plant at PPC’s Colleen Bawn clinker-making facility between Bulawayo and Beitbridge in Zimbabwe.

Competition Tribunal is today due to confirm an immunity agreement JSE-listed construction group Aveng struck with the Competition Commission.

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Basil Read continues to be buffeted by the R4.6bn St Helena airport it is building on behalf of the British government.

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Construction groups say they will collectively pay R1.25bn to accelerate transformation in the country's construction sector in settlement of collusion claims in the industry.

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SA Corporate and Calgro M3 are pleased to announce that the Parties have agreed to enter into a joint initiative through Afhco Holdings (Pty) Ltd (“Afhco”), a wholly owned subsidiary of SA Corporate, and Hizoscape (Pty) Ltd, respectively (to be renamed Calgro M3 Real Estate (Pty) Ltd) (“Calgro Real Estate”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Calgro M3.

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Wednesday, 24 August 2016 19:51

Aveng turns to Australia and Asia for profit

Construction group Aveng cuts its reliance on SA for future work drastically, a move that could have negative consequences for employment already at record lows.

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Saturday, 20 August 2016 12:48

Group Five soars on Europe operations

Group Five more than doubles core operating profit in the year to June on what it says is an 'exceptional result from its investments and concessions cluster in eastern Europe.

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Tuesday, 02 August 2016 10:23

PPC facing mounting pressure

PPC may be seeking alternative underwriters for its R4bn rights issue as the fees charged by local banks are 'prohibitively expensive'.

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