As a delegation of South African Cabinet Ministers and business representatives prepares for the World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) yearly meeting.
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JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Murray & Roberts (M&R) subsidiary Cementation Canada has completed the acquisition of project and construction management services group Merit Consultants International.
TWO of the Western Cape’s prominent infrastructural players are shrugging off crumbling trading conditions in the broader construction sector.
Cape Town headquartered property group Equites – which has a large concentration of properties in the fast growing Airport Industria node – is ahead of its pre-listing targets.
Growthpoint Properties’ Bayside Mall has been named a winner at the 2015 Energy Efficiency Forum Awards.
The Business Development Manager of Rukou Beverages, a company based in Durbanville, Cape Town, Willem Hanekom says he is very excited and positive about the prospect of trading and exporting fruit juices to Uganda.
There has been a flurry of corporate activity amongst Western Cape-based companies in the last few weeks with deals worth billions of rand being banked across a wide variety of sectors.
91 Koeberg Mall in Koeberg Road, Brooklyn, Cape Town, has opened its doors. Betty Olla, the investor in the new development, which is worth more than R13m,
Local government, environmental affairs and development planning MEC, Anton Bredell, said in a statement that dam levels in the Western Cape are still in a good state.
Cape Town’s tourism industry is banking on domestic travel to boost visitor numbers this summer, as the sector continues to feel the effects of contentious visa rules.
The Department of Environmental Affairs has issued an environmental authorisation for Shell South Africa Upstream BV’s proposed exploration drilling in the Orange Basin Deep Water Licence Area, off South Africa’s west coast.
The transportation of locally manufactured wind-turbine tower sections began on October 19, with abnormal-load trucks setting off from Atlantis, in the Western Cape, on a 1,000km, four-day journey to Noupoort, in the Northern Cape,
South Africa's ineffective tender process could be the major contributor to the increasing complaints regarding the ability of contractors and professional service providers (PSPs) employed on "government projects"
Out of the ruins of a derelict cement factory in the heart of one of Cape Town’s poorest suburbs, an astonishing hub of enterprise and activity is rising. Philippi Village has ambitions to change the way local business in the area is conducted, offering the kind of A-grade office environment you might expect in the buzz of Cape Town’s trendier urban spaces.
The Cape Chambers of Commerce and Industry has congratulated the City of Cape Town on its successful court bid to stop Sanral turning the N1 and the N2 into toll roads.