Transnet's plan to expand its Durban container terminal runs into problems with the rejection of EIA report it submitted on grounds that it failed to take climate change seriously.
SA is facing a major infrastructure catastrophe and needs to manage its municipal infrastructure properly to deal with the crisis, says eThekwini city engineer Jannie Pietersen.
South African construction firms are are well placed to compete for mining and energy contracts in Africa, says Global Credit Rating.
Construction companies increase their employee numbers more than any other sector during November and last year, says Adcorp labour market economist Loane Sharp.
Mega human-settlement projects in Cape Town have been given the green light by the city council as authorities move to resolve the chronic housing shortages.
The proximity of two iron ore companies on either side of a railway line in the northwest of the Republic of Congo will likely result in consolidation in the future, says Equatorial Resources CEO John Welborn.
Ground has now been officially broken on Palm Lakes Retirement Village, signalling the start of the next phase of development for Royal Palm Property Holdings' family lifestyle estate, Palm Lakes.
Business updates by construction firms show their order books have generally bulked up or remained stable.
The business community is concerned by what it calls policy uncertainty and 'inconsistencies'‚ including labour legislation.