Zendai Development South Africa wishes to alert members of the public to an e-mail purporting to be sent from the company requesting bids to consult, contract and supply to the Modderfontein New City project.
Leading concrete materials company, AfriSam has sponsored concrete to the value of R100 000 for the construction of a skate park in central Johannesburg.
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.
The City of Jo’burg, the host city of the 2016 African Construction Expo and Totally Concrete Expo, held an investment breakfast on the third and final day of the event - which took place from 09 to 11 May at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg.
Top-level executives and heads from Africa’s leading infrastructure and construction companies and institutions met to discuss strategies to foster industrialisation at a special event held in Johannesburg.
The second day of the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo, has seen industry experts, leaders, students - and those with a general interest in the construction and built industry - gather at the Gallagher Convention Centre, in Midrand, Johannesburg.
April 2016 - With the percentage of women graduates in engineering still below 20% in many countries on the continent, and the number of women actively employed in the construction sector being much lower, it has become vitally important for both government and business to support and drive transformation in the housing and construction sector.
Zendai Development South Africa, currently involved in the initial stages of regeneration of the Modderfontein area, north east of Johannesburg undertook both the design and construction of the Centenary Road extension on behalf of Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA).
Due for completion later this year at 50 Katherine Street, Sandton, the new Sasol global headquarters is setting a new standard for commercial property development and corporate workplace environments in South Africa.
Government and state-owned companies (SOCs) is set to spend R865.4 billion on public sector infrastructure, over the course of the next three years.