SA and Lesotho ceremonially launch the second phase of a massive water transfer project, their biggest joint infrastructure investment.
Potholes are an indicator of poor maintenance and lack of technical skills and are the tip of the iceberg of South Africa's infrastructure problems.
Protech Khuthele expects its headline loss per share in the year to February to be between 24c and 28c, from 3.9c profit in a similar period a year ago.
Accentuate expects headline earnings per share to be 53% lower for the six months ended December 2013 compared with the previous comparable period.
Accentuate reports a sharp fall in earnings for its six months ended December, as input costs erode margins.
Sharp drop-off in construction activity in SA after the 2010 Soccer World Cup has seen the value of projects in Aveng's Australasia and Asia segment rise to four times that of its home market.
Aveng reports a 21% decline in headline earnings per share to 82.1c for the six months ended December 2014 from 104.5c a year ago.
The Limpopo Provincial Government is in the process of reviewing and aligning its growth and development strategy to the National Development Plan to put the province on a higher trajectory of economic development.
In his recent State of the Nation Address, president Jacob Zuma said, "In 2012 we unveiled the National Infrastructure Plan, led by the President through the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission.