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

Monday, 01 August 2005 02:00

Turbine Square rises from a cloud of dust

The North Boiler House has finally crashed to the ground to make way for the new home of AngloGold Ashanti

AVENG, SA's largest construction group, warned yesterday that if government failed to award the construction contract for the Gautrain high-speed rail link by next month, it would be "very difficult" to meet the 2010 deadline it has set.

Thursday, 25 November 2004 02:00

Major development for Polokwane Airport

Polokwane International Airport Limited (PIAL) in Limpopo will offer vastly improved services from January 2005, as part of a major expansion programme.

The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality's new R55-million "super" electrical sub-station at Isando has been completed.

Tuesday, 21 October 2003 02:00

Gauteng buys into CBD

Gauteng government plans to establish a government precinct in the central business district of Johannesburg, details of which are expected to be released next month.

A proposal by the Gauteng Superhighways Consortium to extend the Ben Schoeman Highway between Johannesburg and Pretoria has been put on hold by the National Roads Agency while more studies are undertaken to determine the feasibility of some of the routes.

Thursday, 17 July 2003 02:00

Acsa commits R3.8bn to its upgrade plan.

The Airports Company SA (Acsa) would spend R3.8 billion upgrading terminals, runways, and security and rescue services at its 10 local airports, chief executive Monhla Hlahla said yesterday.

Pangbourne Properties said yesterday improved vacancy figures and the reduction of the operating costs of certain acquired properties resulted in an increased distribution for the year ended June 30 this year.

The Airports Company of SA (Acsa) has projected expenditure of R2,7bn for infrastructure improvement and expansion for the period 2002-2007, Acting Transport Minister Jeff Radebe said yesterday.

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