Infrastructure Development
CAPES TES in the Construction Engineering Industry
There is a huge market for Temporary Employment Services (Labour Broking) in Construction Engineering in South Africa. Due to the short-term nature of projects in this industry,
30 Jan 2020
TRADE OUTLOOK Less optimal trade conditions continue
Trade conditions remained stable in October 2019 but still subdued, i.e. an index level below 50. The seasonally adjusted Trade Activity Index (TAI) that reflects present
07 Jan 2020
SAVING ENERGY WITH IOT Internet of Things
Company built by former UFS students partners with huge USA schools project The South African company IoT.nxt, a leading innovator in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, has been
07 Jan 2020
Angola opens up Privatisation programme offers extensive opportunities
On 5 August this year, Angola made public its eagerly awaited privatisation programme (PROPRIV). An important part of the economic reforms contemplated by the new Angolan
18 Nov 2019
Women in construction vital to sector growth Advice for women from women in construction
As reported by Stats SA, many sectors in South Africa today are facing a downturn. In fact, the report states that construction, mining and trade are in recession with a 3.2%
26 Aug 2019
All eyes on Gauteng Mega SEZ in the pipeline
The Gauteng government will be more aggressive and decisive in pushing their vision of turning the province into a single, multi-tier, mega special economic zone. The provincial
13 Aug 2019
Trade and infrastructure World-class ports and harbours drive southern African exports and trade
The importance of the role played by ports and harbours in the socio-economic life of the nation cannot be overstated. In the words of researchers G.S.Dwarakish and Akhil Muhammad
11 Jul 2019
Twin milestones for Ekurhuleni LTE Consulting helps City meet its development goals
LTE Consulting develops SAAME Building for the City of Ekurhuleni Real Estate Department Project overview SAAME Building, built over 50 years ago, is an eight-storey Municipal
11 Jul 2019
Upgrading tailings South Africa needs to refresh how it manages by-products from mining
To extract minerals from host rocks, mines grind down rock into fine sand. Once the mineral is extracted, most of this fine sand remains as a by-product called tailings. Every
03 May 2019
A vision of green growth Atlantis SEZ helps boost manufacturing and uplift the community
The Atlantis Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for Green Technologies has launched to considerable fanfare, bringing with it the hope that South African manufacturing can be reignited
05 Apr 2019
Networking with Nigeria Trade mission meets with success
Earlier this year Wesgro’s Trade Unit embarked on a mission to Nigeria. As a result 10 declarations were signed with an estimated economic impact of R328 million over the
18 Jan 2019
Projects in the pipeline New Development Bank unveils key updates on technology-backed development
The New Development Bank (NDB) held its Third Annual Meeting in Shanghai on May 28-29, welcoming high-level delegates including government ministers, senior figures from
18 Oct 2018
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