The Transport Department has transferred R5.7 billion in its medium-term budget appropriation to the toll road network of the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL).
Raubex delivers hearty interim results to August, with revenue up 22.5% to R4.76bn as headline earnings per share soars 22.1% from the same period in 2015.
Construction groups say they will collectively pay R1.25bn to accelerate transformation in the country's construction sector in settlement of collusion claims in the industry.
The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) partnered with Unity in Africa iGEMs and SMEC South Africa in hosting a model bridge building competition in Struandale, New Brighton.
Murray and Roberts will focus on three core sectors in future — underground mining, oil and gas, and power and water, says group.
One of South Africa’s most dangerous roads, the Moloto Road which runs north of Pretoria and passes through three provinces, has been incorporated into the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) road network.
N17 Toll Operators, one of the 25 construction firms that did not settle with the Competition Commission during the initial fast-track process for companies involved in collusion, settles and agrees to pay a fine of R424,121.