Durban is currently scoring top marks when it comes to providing attractive infrastructure and boasts the lowest transportation costs per province in South Africa.
Now in its 5th year, the Cape Construction Expo has become the Must Attend building and construction show for the Western Cape’s built environment industry.
Africa’s multibillion-dollar infrastructure deficit is not only severely hampering seamless regional integration, industrialisation and efficiencies, but is also detrimental to the overarching competitiveness of the emerging continent.
The New Development Bank (NDB) set up by the Brics group of emerging economies plans to lend $1.5-billion to South Africa for infrastructure projects over the next eighteen months.
Now in its 5th year, the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo has truly become the Must Attend Show for the Built Environment professional.
Murray & Roberts Infrastructure’s Loeriesfontein Wind Farm and Khobab Wind Farm projects passed the 1.3 million LTI Free man hours milestone in January 2017, significantly up from 1 million LTI Free man hours in September 2016.
Global leaders and representatives of Canada, France, Switzerland, China, South Africa and the US on Tuesday, questioned the ability of public sectors across the globe to develop proper infrastructure ecosystems.
Ethiopia's parliament on Tuesday approved three loan agreements worth over US$380 million made with the Chinese government and the Export-Import Bank of China to finance major infrastructure constructions in Ethiopia.
In line with the National Development Plan, investment in infrastructure remains a policy priority with public-sector infrastructure investment plans totalling R987.4 billion over the medium term.
Africa’s MEGA infrastructure show - the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo - returns to the Gallagher Convention Centre
Under the theme “Working towards improved delivery of infrastructure and engineering services,” Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) will be hosting its Annual Infrastructure Indaba, 7-8 November 2016 at Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani Hotel, in Durban.
Standard Bank of South Africa (SBSA), US overseas development financier Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and diversified community-based financial services company Wells Fargo Bank have announced a US$300-million facility to fund power and infrastructure projects in Africa.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says government’s incentives have helped to leverage R57 billion in investments over the past year.
The rail projects planned or under way in Africa are enough to connect Cape Town to Copenhagen. On the outskirts of a national wildlife park in Kenya,
Government and state-owned companies (SOCs) are set to spend R865.4 billion on public sector infrastructure in housing, roads, rail, public transport, water,
Site clearing and earthworks for the R1-billion Dunnottar train manufacturing facility, in Ekurhuleni, which is being developed by the Alstom-led (61%) Gibela consortium,
After delivering his annual address to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on Thursday, President Jacob Zuma said government and all sectors have
PwC has released a report indicating good growth in South Africa’s construction industry, making it even more balanced to support infrastructure development in the country.
Tenders are being prepared for two major oil-services infrastructure projects, collectively valued at around R10-billion, for the deep-water Port of Saldanha,
Over 10,000 people are expected to be employed directly and indirectly at the Dangote Mtwara cement factory, slated to commence production in August.
A delegation of 10 US companies met local investors in a bid to build investment networks in energy, infrastructure and agribusiness. The delegation was led by
Group Five says its strategy is strongly focused on expansion in Africa, with selected projects in Russia and Northern America also possibly on the horizon, Engineering News reports.
Government aimed to fast-track certain “fast-growing” infrastructure programmes, despite cutting back on expenditure over the next few years, Finance’s 2014 Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) revealed on Wednesday.
Nigerian financial services firm the ARM Infrastructure Fund is close to raising $250-million, much of it coming from pension funds,