Under normal circumstances, Mikateko Ruth Matshebele and Mpho Thulare would never share a classroom. Matshebele is a 37-year-old civil engineering […]
PPC Zimbabwe hosted his Excellency President E.D. Mnangagwa, Hon Minister of Industry and Commerce Dr, Sekai Nzenza, and delegates for […]
Chryso and a.b.e Construction Chemicals generously agreed to be part of this project. Michelle Fick, Chryso, a.b.e. Executive Relationship and Project Manager explained: “When Daniel van der Merwe of Leaf Architects and Landscapers recommended Chryso and a.b.e Construction Chemicals to get involved in the restoration of the Owl House, we were thrilled to be part of this project. It is currently rated as one of the top tourist destinations in the Eastern Cape and was declared a National Heritage Site
A statement from the company reads: PPC has successfully supported the arts in the form of the PPC Imaginarium Awards, […]
Culture is at the heart of a safe workplace By Hardie de Beer, Executive: Technical & Lime, PPC Creating a […]
Entries for the 2019 PPC Imaginarium Awards in South Africa and Zimbabwe are now open! The prestigious competitions invite creatives […]
Many of South Africa’s rural students are lagging behind their counterparts in the urban areas in terms of access to […]
At a dedicated event held at the Architecture ZA (AZA) Conference on Friday 4 May, 22-year-old student Roark Robinson was […]
Construction materials provider PPC has further improved its liquidity position by finalising a capital repayment moratorium with funders of the group’s Democratic Republic of […]
Investments continue to be made in construction-related equipment in spite of the fact that the industry is predicted to continue […]
Cement producer PPC’s shares fell by nearly 20% in early morning trade on the JSE on Thursday, after announcing that it has ended merger talks with LafargeHolcim and that it is considering a new black economic empowerment (BEE) transaction.
Fairfax Africa Investments has withdrawn its intention to acquire R2-billion worth of shares in cement producer PPC.
Irish cement producer CRH, the world’s third-largest building materials supplier by market value, had decided not to bid for rival PPC the South African company said on Thursday.
There are two significant cement producers around the world up for sale at the moment. Last week we dealt with […]
PPC plans “a semi-brownfields plant”, mostly built with its own money and little bank credit.
JSE-listed PPC’s board on Wednesday advised shareholders not to accept the R2-billion partial offer from a Fairfax subsidiary.
JSE-listed construction materials company PPC, which is currently the takeover target of LafargeHolcim and AfriSam, on Tuesday reported that it expects an uptick in its […]
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has been steadily increasing its shareholding in cement producer PPC. It now owns a 25.1% […]