The City of Joburg has begun rolling out a massive road and bridge upgrade programme in order to improve mobility, lower the cost of doing business, and reverse the apartheid legacy of spatial segregation in the city.
A sod-turning ceremony in Wynberg, Johannesburg on Wednesday, 4 March marked the start of construction of a R130-million pedestrian and cycling bridge over one of Africa's busiest highways.
Johannesburg City Mayor Parks Tau has declared the first week of Johannesburg’s EcoMobility World Festival 2015 a success and has thanked residents who are participating and changing the way they move around the Sandton CBD.
South Africa is investing R1.4 trillion into infrastructure projects, says Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Environment, Agriculture and Rural Development, Lebogang Maile.
Turner & Townsend appointed to project and cost management role for new Grant Thornton Johannesburg office.
Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says her department will work even harder to maintain solid relationships with the building industry in order to put roofs over the heads of millions of South Africans.