N17 Toll Operators, one of the 25 construction firms that did not settle with the Competition Commission during the initial fast-track process for companies involved in collusion, settles and agrees to pay a fine of R424,121.
Human Settlements Minister Connie September has ordered a thorough investigation into allegations of incomplete and shoddy houses built in Wallacedene, Cape Town.
Nuclear industry expert says the state and Eskom have not resolved where to get the R1-trillion needed for the nuclear build and may have to look at models using private capital.
South Africa has launched a R71-million programme that will provide work experience for unemployed graduates.
Government has made significant strides in public transport infrastructure development, says Transport Minister Dipuo Peters.
Government has allocated R2.7 billion towards a grant aimed at addressing housing for mineworkers in identified mining towns.
Work has begun on the long-awaited upgrade of Kleinmond's scenic harbour – and buyers wishing to be part of this bustling and character-filled precinct have the opportunity to purchase an affordably-priced apartment, right on the harbour's edge.
In his recent State of the Nation Address, president Jacob Zuma said, "In 2012 we unveiled the National Infrastructure Plan, led by the President through the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission.