The Department of Labour will on Thursday host a Construction Indaba that will bring together industry role-players to discuss construction regulations compliance in the country.
Focused on building relationships and servicing all stakeholders in the civil engineering sector, the Bargaining Council for the Civil Engineering Industry (BCCEI) has widened its geographical reach; this time into the Eastern Cape.
Construction inside the Bethelsdorp police station has been temporary halted after occupational health and safety inspectors issued a prohibition notice to stop interior building.
The oft-delayed Department of Labour's inquiry into the M1 bridge collapse resume, with Murray & Roberts and Form-Scaff shifting blame to others.
The next sitting of the M1/Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist structural bridge collapse inquiry is expected to start on Thursday, 7 July, with testimony from the construction firm, Murray & Roberts.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says her department will soon hand over a report on the Tongaat Mall Inquiry to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in KwaZulu-Natal for prosecutorial decision.
The sitting of the Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist structural bridge collapse inquiry has been postponed due to challenges faced by the commission.
The Department of Labour has launched an investigation following the recent collapse of granite slabs at KatzStone Granite and Quartz in Verulam, north of Durban.
First day of the Department of Labour's inquiry into the M1 bridge collapse kicks off with the two companies at the centre of the probe unable to agree on who is responsible for the structure's design.
The National Employers' Association of South Africa (NEASA) has requested the Minister of Labour not to extend an agreement entered into between employers and trade unions in the Road Freight Industry late last year.