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The versatility and associated benefits of Corobrik’s clay face brick allow it to extend across all sectors of the construction industry, forming a vital component of massive developments, hospitals and schools or even an aesthetically modern residential home. One such example is a recently constructed home situated in Eldo Ridge Estate, Eldoraigne, Pretoria.

With the rainy season here, Bryanston residents’ heavy rainfall concerns have been washed away, with the completion of the R6,2-million flood mitigation measures at Belgrave Bridge. Johannesburg Roads Agency’s (JRA) rehabilitation of Belgrave Bridge was embarked upon after flooding in January 2017 rendered the low-lying bridge unsafe. The project which forms part of JRA’s citywide stormwater management and emergency bridge repair projects, included the installation of boom gates to safe guard the public during flood conditions.

Giuricich Bros Construction, the leading South African family-owned construction firm, has continued its 77-year tradition as an Italian master builder with an elegant trio of new residential developments.

Aurecon was announced as the winner of the Professional Services Category for the fourth consecutive year at the 2017 Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IRMSA) gala awards dinner, held on 2 November at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Gauteng, South Africa. The global engineering and infrastructure advisory company received this award for its involvement in a feasibility study for a planned Halal Industrial Park in the Western Cape. While Aurecon Principal Program Advisory, Simon van Wyk, was the runner up for the Risk Manager of the Year award.

Durban may contribute 14% of South Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) but it doesn’t have 14% of the big property players active in the market. To attract these companies, it is important to deliver the message that now is a time of great investment opportunities.

The pain and suffering emanating from Knysna’s devastating fires need no elaboration. Lives lost and hundreds of homes destroyed at a cost of billions of rands. But in true South African spirit the people of Knysna and the surrounding areas are doing their best to move on. Infrastructure is being rebuilt and many new, modern houses are rising from the ashes.

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