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Through its vision of powering better lives in Africa and beyond, Exxaro aspires to be more than just a mining company. By implementing leading practices in enterprise supplier and development (ESD) across all their core operations, it has invested...
Australia currently has defeated COVID-19 and the government is reviving the infrastructure industry. Our Magazine is proudly media partner of the Connected Industry Conference NSW.  Refer to BIS Oxford Economics Report, Construction Industry Leadership Forum – Overseas Skilled Recruitment, July...
Senegal is to boost its position as a trade hub for Africa by joining the World Logistics Passport, a major initiative by Dubai to link nations around the world and increase South-South trade. The framework agreement was signed by...
The Goscor Earthmoving Equipment cluster of businesses – namely Bobcat, SANY and Goscor Power Products (GPP) – has completed its relocation to new premises in Boksburg, Gauteng. The move was originally planned to be completed in March, but was...
Liebherr USA, Co. marked a milestone on April 6, 2020 – the company formally moved in to a newly expanded campus. The facilities house employees who work in administration, finance, human resources, sales, information technology, marketing, product support and distribution...
Re-emerging from the ruins of the economy-crippling COVID-19 pandemic presents South Africa with an opportunity to arise with a renewed economy that addresses the country’s social deficiencies. This was the potent message delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa in a livestreamed...
Al Bustan Street South, Doha, Qatar Adherence to deadlines, efficiency and completion without interrupting the flow of traffic are the requirements that are of paramount importance during the Sabah Al Ahmad Corridor infrastructure project. For the construction phase on Al...
South Africa has a modern and well-developed transport infrastructure. The air and rail networks are the largest on the continent, and the roads are in good condition. The country’s ports provide a natural stopover for shipping to and from Europe,...
Among the key sectors that keep South Africa’s economic engine running are manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, financial services, transport, mining, agriculture and tourism. South Africa’s economy has been traditionally rooted in the primary sectors – the result of a...
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is reshaping the world with goods and people already using the newly built routes. But what does this giant infrastructure project mean to the construction business? Jawin Huang, Acting President of Sales Region China for...