State-of the art upgrade is the latest advance in the company’s drive to swing freight from road to rail.
The City of Joburg has begun rolling out a massive road and bridge upgrade programme in order to improve mobility, lower the cost of doing business, and reverse the apartheid legacy of spatial segregation in the city.
Joburg's inner city regeneration drive will receive a massive boost over the next three to five years, following the launch of a R5-billion project to build a new precinct in the CBD to house the offices of the Gauteng Provincial Government.
The six months to 31 August 2015 saw Calgro M3 continue its strong performance as headline earnings per share rose 29.98% to 66.25 cents, profit after tax increased to R84.2 million and earnings per share rose 18.52% to 66.25 cents.
Over a two day period, issues impacting the construction industry and its sustainability both within South Africa and on the rest of the continent were addressed by experts from a variety of sectors.
According to Ross Stembridge, Building Services Manager: "The economy of Newcastle is showing improvement in the third quarter of this year."
South African citizens wanting to study towards obtaining a qualification in the transport, engineering and built environment fields have until 30 September 2015 to apply for a Masakh’iSizwe bursary from the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works.
More job losses in construction are likely, with executives in the sector predicting it will continue to suffer the effects of slow economic growth and falling commodity prices during the next financial year.
White buyers for the first time make up less than 50% of the local home-buyer population in the fourth quarter of last year, according to FNB's latest estate agent survey.