Spending on infrastructure in sub-Saharan Africa is projected to reach USD180bn a year by 2025‚ according to PwC's 2014 report.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has once again called on the private sector‚ a financial resources‚ to help African governments develop their infrastructure.
There could be no stronger statement about Murray & Roberts Construction's innovative approach to sustainable building technologies than applying this to the world's largest inland port.
President Jacob Zuma launched rural infrastructure projects which are expected to change the lives of many residents and further catalyse development, job creation and investment in uMsinga, in KwaZulu-Natal.
Government is proposing to shift funds from existing allocations to boost critical infrastructure roll-out
Work is progressing well at the Medupi power plant with the first gas burner having been fired up this week, said Eskom
The Gauteng government will invest more than R1 billion to build and improve infrastructure for township economies in the next five years, says Premier David Makhura.
Following the exciting developments in its 2013 financial year, Accentuate reports a 47% dip in headline earnings per share to 4.46, 'beyond initial expectations'.
Cement maker PPC says its exports into the rest of Africa are more buoyant, particularly into the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Major construction and engineering companies in SA bemoan the lack of significant public infrastructure spending, despite R4 trillion being earmarked for this over 15 years to drive basic service delivery.