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Advisor must repay 87-year-old farmer for Sharemax loss

Ombud says he acted wrongfully and negligently. → Read More

Government to review PPP framework

Aims to do more to draw in the private sector to help close the infrastructure funding gap. → Read More

Government assessing multi-billion rand Gautrain expansion

Public Works minister says stakeholder engagement is taking place. → Read More

Sanral awards contracts worth R1.6bn in the Eastern Cape

After reporting that it has R30bn of construction contracts ready to implement. → Read More

Auto body repair firm fined for price fixing and collusion

Eldan Auto Body, fined R750 000, and implicated firm Precision & Sons, are two of only three certified Merc auto body repairers in Pretoria. → Read More

Sanral ready to implement R30bn worth of construction projects

'It will change the whole construction industry landscape if Sanral awards all these projects' – Raubex. → Read More

SA desperately needs a manufacturing revival

Focusing on local procurement can induce a 'virtuous demand cycle' of boosted production, employment and people buying more local products: Manufacturing Circle's Philippa Rodseth. → Read More

Gautrain partners take multi-million rand hit from drop in demand

Ridership as low as 6 000 a day from 10 times that before the lockdown. → Read More

Civil tender values down 58%, postponement rate up

Figures show impact of the pandemic on the construction sector in Q2. → Read More

Outa takes Sanral to court

Wants access to information on profits made by long-distance toll concessionaires; suspects they are excessive. → Read More

Barloworld to cut more than 2 500 jobs

Will exit logistics and has put its automotive arm under 'business review'. → Read More

Group Five shareholders launch bombshell legal action

Calling for business rescue to be converted to liquidation. → Read More

‘Unprecedented’ increase in roadworks tenders

Bids for projects totalling R25bn invited so far this year, says Raubex. → Read More

SA’s auto industry in a fight for its survival post-pandemic

Proposes a host of measures to government to help ensure its continuity and safeguard jobs. → Read More

Is SA heading toward life without a construction sector?

Esor follows Group Five in confirming its impending JSE delisting, while Basil Read’s listing future is uncertain. → Read More

Aveng secures Au$1bn in contracts this year

And settling two long-standing claims releases Au$41.5m cash to the group. → Read More

Gautrain 2 can only realistically start at the end of 2024

But there is much that could still derail the project. → Read More

‘Now is the time for government to announce the end of e-tolls’

Outa and the AA question the designation of toll operations as essential services. → Read More

Aveng lodges R40m claim against Eskom

For non-payment related to Majuba rail contract. → Read More

SA’s construction industry faces disaster due to lockdown

Thousands of job losses expected. → Read More