Government reaches agreement with seven listed construction groups found to have participated in collusion.
Competition Tribunal is today due to confirm an immunity agreement JSE-listed construction group Aveng struck with the Competition Commission.
Those involved included landscape technology students across foundation, first and second years (approximately eighty students in total) and representatives from Corobrik.
Murray & Roberts is exiting infrastructure and building markets in SA as years of stag nation take their toll.
Inyatsi Construction Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd today announced its succession planning strategy and plans to target bigger markets and increase turnover from the current R1.5 billion to more than double in the next two to three years.
East African governments and Kenya in particular, are now focused on infrastructure delivery and ways to close the most important infrastructure gaps in planning for new cities.
Corobrik has opened a new bricklaying training centre at its Lawley factory in Gauteng which is one of three countrywide that provides opportunities for unskilled South Africans to acquire the fundamental expertise they need to secure work in the building industry.
The Contractor Development Programme of the Department of Transport and Public Works has provided 27 Western Cape small construction business owners with essential skills training that will help them thrive.