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.
The Construction Industry Development Board Prompt Payment Regulations are expected to change the way the local construction industry operates.
General builder confidence declines from 46 to 44 in the first quarter of 2016, which is the result of a slowdown in building activity and increasing pressure on profitability.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says her department will soon hand over a report on the Tongaat Mall Inquiry to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in KwaZulu-Natal for prosecutorial decision.
The link between creativity and reality in construction provides greater advice and information on turning ideas into practical solutions and supporting new ideas, says Frans Pienaar, Chairman of Inyatsi Construction.
Calgro M3, a residential property and memorial parks developer, has weathered a subdued operating environment in the construction industry to report significant growth.
The African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo sees the launch of the Construction IT summit and expo which will take place on Tuesday, 10 May and Wednesday, 11 May 2016 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.