Three construction companies are to appear before the Competition Tribunal today, facing arguments in price fixing in the build-up to the 2010 World Cup.
With the construction sector resembling a sort of rubble, what with all the majors on their knees as the chickens come home to roost and some worth a fraction of the values they boasted before the lid was lifted on collusion, affordable housing firm Calgro M3 is worth a look.
Murray & Roberts shares leap more than 11% as an arbitration tribunal announces a provisional award of R354m to the Bombela Concession Company.
Construction investors, starved of good news, were impressed by Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon’s trading statement.
Group Five has its eastern European investments and concessions business to thank for improved earnings in the six months to end-December last year, as SA's construction market continues to languish.
New report sponsored by global law firm Baker & McKenzie finds that the funding gap for African infrastructure narrows to about USD25bn a year.
Open-cast miner and equipment supplier Buildmax is winding down its Diesel Power Civils business due to 'tough trading conditions' in SA, especially in construction.
It has been an eventful 3-months for Brikor Lmited on the JSE with the appointment of directors, evading liquidation and committing to acquisitions.
PPC says full-year cement sales volumes in SA dwindle due to increased competitor activity‚ particularly in the Gauteng and inland regions.