Friday, 15 September 2017 14:36

More than R3bn spent on Gauteng roads

The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport has spent over R3 billion undertaking heavy and light rehabilitation of the road infrastructure along various corridors in the province since 2014.

Wednesday, 30 August 2017 21:46

Roadworks begin in St Helena Bay

The Department of Transport and Public Works and the West Coast District Municipality have started a project to upgrade the gravel road between the R27 and R399 near St Helena Bay to a surfaced road.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 22:30

Stilbaai roadworks progressing well

Good progress is being made on a R156 million Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) project to rehabilitate and make design improvements to the R305 between Stilbaai and the N2.

Two key infrastructure projects – a 288 unit residential facility and the complete rebuild of the electricity substation – have been completed at the University of Zululand’s main KwaDlangezwa Campus.

Work on a Department of Transport and Public Works project to rehabilitate a 33 km section of the R341 between Oudtshoorn and De Rust is progressing well.

In compliance with paragraph 3.59 of the Listings Requirements of the JSE Limited, PPC wishes to announce that the Company and the CEO have agreed to part ways.

Published in Company News

Since its arrival into the South African market in April 2015 with the acquisition of a majority stake in Wasteman Holdings, Averda’s operations in the region have strengthened, spurred by a number of major new contract wins.

Published in Construction Industry

The construction of the new R68 million Umyezo Wama Apile High School in Grabouw has resumed after a number of disruptions were resolved in consultation with the project steering committee that was nominated by the local community.

Published in Construction Industry

With Women’s Month fast approaching, the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA), South Africa’s professional body and regulator of the engineered timber structure industry, spotlights three of its female members, who share their experiences as women in construction.

Published in Construction Industry

Chapman's Peak Drive has been closed until further notice after approximately 15 m3 of rock came down on the Noordhoek end, causing significant damage to two catch fences and the road surface.

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