Wednesday, 29 November 2006 02:00

Traffic dictating lifestyle

Gauteng residents are choosing where to live and work based on traffic congestion, but have admitted that they are unlikely to give up their vehicles even if public transport becomes more efficient, says a recent study.

Friday, 10 November 2006 02:00

Johannesburg Metro Editor

Gautrain winning consortium Bombela will pay a fine of R150m plus inflation if it does not have the first phase of the project completed in time for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.

Friday, 10 November 2006 02:00

Gautrain disruption due to begin

Johannesburg is to lose one of its main arterial roads next month when construction begins on the Gautrain’s Rosebank Station, situated between Jellicoe Avenue and Baker Street.

Tuesday, 31 October 2006 02:00

Airport to get massive upgrade

Construction is under way at SA's largest airport

Monday, 23 October 2006 02:00

Redefine spells out Rosebank renaissance

With work having started on the Gautrain project, Rosebank property owners Redefine Income Fund and Standard Bank Property Finance and Advisory Services are planning a rejuvenation project for the Rosebank Arena precinct, which could be worth up to R450m.

Thursday, 19 October 2006 02:00

Building on tight deadline for 2010

Danny Jordaan has admitted that the completion dates for the upgrade and construction of 10 stadiums are tight

Wednesday, 18 October 2006 02:00

Construction industry scrambles for staff

THERE was a training crisis in the construction industry, with 88% of engineering graduates dropping out and a near halt in artisan training, a recruitment specialist said yesterday

Thursday, 12 October 2006 02:00

New risk-management agency to be set up

The Gauteng executive had also approved, last week, the creation of a new not-for-profit enterprise, the Gautrain Management Agency, which would essentially manage government's overall risk exposure to the mega project.

ACSA says work on all its projects at Johannesburg International Airport is in full swing and it is confident that by 2009 all the construction work will have been completed

Thursday, 03 August 2006 02:00

Murray and Roberts rides profit wave

The building sector could be set for a better reporting season than last year, with Murray & Roberts becoming the second company to say earnings would be higher

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