Infrastructure Development
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
Exciting times for Transnet Linking African economies
State-owned transport group Transnet officially launched its international subsidiary Transnet International Holdings on May 30. Constituted as a separate legal entity, with its
05 Oct 2018
Business confidence simmers Coega gives the green light for Agni Steel SA
Steel recycling and processing plant Agni Steel SA, located in Zone 6 of the Coega SEZ, recently received authorisation for its Phase 2 and 3 expansion plan from the Department of
17 Aug 2018
BANKING ON INFRASTRUCTURE Game-changing public-sector interventions to stimulate the economy
The recent approval of the 30-year Aerotopolis master plan will bring much needed jobs for the Gauteng province. The City of Ekurhuleni at its council meeting at the end of
23 Feb 2018
PORTS OF CALL Blue Economy infrastructure initiatives bear fruit
South Africa’s oceans could provide 250 jobs for every kilometre of coastline if plans to develop the Blue Economy’s targets are achieved. This is according to Edna
29 Jun 2017
THE GREAT AFRICAN RAILWAY Expanded rail operations promise to ignite intra-African trade
Now, more than ever, it is time for African countries to trade among themselves—and railway is going to lead the way. This is according to South African Finance Minister,
28 Jun 2017
INFRASTRUCTURE Converged infrastructure gains traction in the local market
For the past few years, the Cloud has been one of the fastest-growing technologies in the IT space, offering many benefits to organisations of all sizes. However, due to security
25 Apr 2014 - R. L.
DEVELOPMENT Small business incubation hub to help develop Diepsloot
Diepsloot in the far north of Johannesburg is a cauldron of corrugated iron shacks, small brick homes, dusty roads, shebeens, and pavement hawkers.
11 Apr 2014 - L. D.
Construction starts on new hospital State of the art medical facility expected
CONSTRUCTION work on a new Eastern Cape Department of Health (ECDOH) project in Ntabankulu has begun in earnest and was marked by a sod turning ceremony on Monday.
27 Feb 2014
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