Consulting Engineering South Africa (CESA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher Campbell as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Transnet National Ports Authority is reconstructing the quay walls at Maydon Wharf – the largest break bulk and dry bulk handling precinct in the Port of Durban covering 120 ha of port land – to ensure safe operations, meet the needs of larger vessels calling at the port and enable increased throughputs.
State-owned companies continue to roll out infrastructure, National Treasury’s 2015 Medium Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) has shown.
State-owned companies, often criticised by big contractors for being tardy in settling debts, want to be exempted from proposed construction sector regulations that will rein in errant payers.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has welcomed the appointment of three executives aimed at stabilising Eskom.
Acting Eskom Chief Executive Officer Brian Molefe’s contract has been extended by a further three months, said the board of the power utility.
Vigorous growth in rail volumes powered Transnet to a strong financial and operational performance as intense focus on efficiencies and market share gains bear fruit. The company confirmed its position as South Africa’s leading investor with a record R33,6 billion spent on capital expenditure, taking total spend over the last three years to R92,8 billion.
As the country’s power system is currently stable, Eskom is able to perform maintenance without implementing load shedding, the power parastatal said on Friday.
Transnet and unions for bargaining unit employees (non-managerial staff) last night concluded an historic 3-year wage agreement, confirming the strengthening relations between the company and its key stakeholders – employees.