RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED INFRASTRUCTURE IN SA TO COST R500MILLION

RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED INFRASTRUCTURE IN SA TO COST R500MILLION

The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government has revealed a multimillion-rand project, which will prompt the redesign and recovery of vital streets harmed by the new floods.

Sent off in Mbumbulu on Monday, the R500 million street project is essential for the commonplace government’s proceeded with work to revamp the transport framework that

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African Construction Expo

African Construction Expo

African Construction Expo is a significant contributor to the economic growth, recovery and transformation within Southern Africa’s construction industry and places a special focus on buyer and seller engagements.

In response to the current times and to encourage adaptability, the African Construction Expo ensures digital access to credible content and

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Woodex for Africa

Woodex for Africa

Long established as the gateway to Africa’s timber trade, WoodEX for Africa 2022 will be the ultimate machinery, tools and supplies gathering in Africa. An event not to be missed, WoodEX for Africa will be held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg from 7 ­– 9 June 2022, alongside

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CESA CHALLENGES SANRAL’S DECISION TO CANCEL TENDERS

CESA CHALLENGES SANRAL’S DECISION TO CANCEL TENDERS

23 May 2022 Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is challenging the recent decision by the SANRAL Board to cancel critical infrastructure tenders on the basis that their adjudication process was flawed due to the involvement of design engineers in the tender adjudication process.

Chris Campbell, CEO of CESA states, “There

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SA RESIDENT DEMAND SAHRC’s INVESTIGATION INTO WATER CRISIS

SA RESIDENT DEMAND SAHRC’s INVESTIGATION INTO WATER CRISIS

The Nelson Mandela Bay Water Crisis Committee are demanding that the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) investigate allegations of corruption and mismanagement against the municipality. They also warned that they are prepared to shut down the metro should the municipality continue to ignore their demands.

In a recent statement, the

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COENG CELEBRATES COMMISSIONING OF MORETELE SOUTH BULK WATER SUPPLY SCHEME (WATER PIPELINE)

COENG CELEBRATES COMMISSIONING OF MORETELE SOUTH BULK WATER SUPPLY SCHEME (WATER PIPELINE)

Moretele, 10 May 2022. Multi-disciplinary Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCm) firm, COENG Consulting and Construction Engineers, is excited to be associated with the Moretele South Bulk Water Supply Scheme Pipeline Project. The project was officially commissioned in Hammanskraal in the North West Province, on Thursday, 5 May 2022.

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SA GOVT. ANNOUNCED NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION AT EMPANGENI, KWAZULU-NATAL

SA GOVT. ANNOUNCED NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION AT EMPANGENI, KWAZULU-NATAL

Public Works and Infrastructure, Minister Patricia de Lille, will hand over the latest bridge to the community of Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal.

De Lille will hand over the Nsimbakazi Bridge on Thursday as part of the ongoing Welisizwe Rural Bridges program.

The National Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) in

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REPAIR OF DAMAGED SA’s WATER INFRASTRUCTURE TO BEGIN SOON

REPAIR OF DAMAGED SA’s WATER INFRASTRUCTURE TO BEGIN SOON

Water and Sanitation Minister, Senzo Mchunu, says work is underway to repair damaged water and sanitation infrastructure in communities affected by the floods in KwaZulu-Natal.

Mchunu, together with the mayors from the affected municipalities, including eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality, iLembe District Municipality and uMgungundlovu District Municipality, briefed the media on Sunday

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DPWI CALLS ON STAKEHOLDERS FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE IN SA

DPWI CALLS ON STAKEHOLDERS FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE IN SA

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) is working with stakeholders to urgently repair damaged buildings and provide support to install bridges in communities in need, following recent flooding in KwaZulu-Natal.

DPWI Minister, Patricia de Lille, and Deputy Minister Noxolo Kiviet made the statement on Tuesday and inspected damages

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SA’s ESKOM ANNOUNCED LOAD SHEDDING BREAKDOWN

SA’s ESKOM ANNOUNCED LOAD SHEDDING BREAKDOWN

Further breakdowns at generation units at Eskom’s power stations have led to the power utility having to implement stage two load shedding from yesterday until the early hours of Friday morning.

Eskom said the cluster of breakdowns and delays have rendered it with no choice but to implement power downtimes.

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NINE YEARS OLD CLASSROOM PROJECT STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN SA

NINE YEARS OLD CLASSROOM PROJECT STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN SA

Members of the Waterval Community Development Forum and Lemana Task Team are concerned about additional delays caused by vandalism and theft at the site over the years.

The renovation is being done by the Department of Public Works for the education department. Public Works estimates that the current project will

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SA GOVT. TO DISCONTINUE THE USE OF COAL FOR NATION’s ENERGY MIX

SA GOVT. TO DISCONTINUE THE USE OF COAL FOR NATION’s ENERGY MIX

South Africa Government has announced that there are currently no plans to discontinue the use of coal as part of the country’s energy mix.

Deputy President David Mabuza made the statement while responding to oral questions in the National Assembly.

He said the country’s energy generation is guided by the

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COENG CELEBRATES 14 YEARS OF ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE

COENG CELEBRATES 14 YEARS OF ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE

Pretoria, 30 March 2022. COENG Consulting and Construction Engineers recently celebrated its 14th birthday celebration at a company event where the firm’s growing team of professionals came together. COENG has done extremely well in terms of market growth in recent years, having significantly increased its market share while fostering

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SOUTH AFRICA COURT STOP R4.5-BILLION DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

SOUTH AFRICA COURT STOP R4.5-BILLION DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

A court in South Africa has stopped an R4.5-billion development at the River Club site in Observatory with the court ruling that the developers must “consult meaningfully” with all affected people.

The interim interdict granted by Western Cape deputy judge president Patricia Goliath will remain in place pending a review

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ESKOM SAY PROACTIVE LOAD SHEDDING IS REQUIRED IN SOUTH AFRICA

ESKOM SAY PROACTIVE LOAD SHEDDING IS REQUIRED IN SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa stage 4 load shedding was implemented on Wednesday morning following a barrage of breakdowns, shutdowns, and trips at power stations across the country. This left the power system under severe pressure as about seven units were lost in one night.

Speaking after it, Eskom Chief Operations Officer Jan

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SA GOVT. ANNOUNCE SIX MEGA SOCIAL HOUSING PROJECTS

SA GOVT. ANNOUNCE SIX MEGA SOCIAL HOUSING PROJECTS

After South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the plans for many infrastructural projects, the Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Minister, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, has announced the construction of six mega social housing projects in the coming two years.

According to Kubayi-Ngubane the project will have Five Social Housing Institutions and one

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CESA Presidential Media Address – Olu Soluade

CESA Presidential Media Address – Olu Soluade

INTRODUCTION

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, members of the media, partners, and colleagues. Thank you for joining us for this presidential address. It is indeed a privilege to have been elected CESA president for 2022 to 2023 and my honour to address you all today as we continue our efforts

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