Development of the soon-to-be tallest building in Cape Town, which will cost in the region of R1.5 billion, has now been scheduled to begin in April 2017. Although the development will take 30 months to complete, over 60% has already been sold out.
The Southern Africa Readymix Association of Southern Africa (Sarma) continues to grow exponentially as producers seek to align themselves with the trend toward high quality concrete that is a hallmark of its membership.
The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) this week announced it has commenced with roll-out of a R120-million community development and SMME training programme which forms part of the small business support strategies to optimise local economic development through the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road (N2WCTR) development in the Eastern Cape’s OR Tambo District Municipality and Alfred Nzo District Municipality.
PPC and AfriSam announced that they have entered into formal discussions to assess the merits of a potential merger between the two groups.
Ryan Hammond has been appointed CEO of Cookhouse Windfarm, Umoya Wind Farm and REISA Solar PV, a renewable energy portfolio totaling 287 MW.
Go for Gold was created to improve the number of candidates from disadvantaged communities eligible to study towards a technical profession and secure employment. Through a unique partnership with companies in built environment and the Western Cape and Gauteng Departments of Education, Go for Gold’s education-to-employment programme has already helped over 600 learners and enabled more than 24 companies to employ young graduate professionals from disadvantaged communities.