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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In support of enhancing skills development in the Wind Industry in South Africa and celebrating Global wind Day 2017.
In its quest to promote engineering as a career of choice, Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) and its Young Professionals Forum (YPF) has for the past decade celebrated Job Shadow Day with the aim of attracting South Africa’s learners into becoming the country’s future engineers.
The second phase of a R34 million Department of Transport and Public Works project to build a new emergency centre at Stellenbosch Hospital for the Western Cape Department of Health reached practical completion on 26 May 2017.
The Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) has started building the Vredekloof Primary School and the Kraaifontein High School.
South Africa’s downgraded status by international agencies is likely to have significant impact on the construction industry as the cost of credit rises, particularly in existing contracts.