Construction at one of Nelson Mandela Bay's biggest infrastructure projects is under way and set to cost ratepayers about R1.5bn.

African real estate has unique drivers for growth, technology will impact business and building practices, as well as consumer behaviour

The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government has allocated R12.060 billion to spend on various infrastructure projects in the province during 2015/16 financial year.

With the increase in electricity demand, load shedding remains a reality for the near future for South Africa, says power utility Eskom.

Gauteng government has ambitious plans to build three new cities.

Spending on infrastructure in sub-Saharan Africa is projected to reach USD180bn a year by 2025‚ according to PwC's 2014 report.

The listed property sector continues to outperform despite property funds operating in a challenging environment.

Monday, 17 November 2014 09:02

J.T. Ross in a Plumb Position at Riverfields

J.T. Ross in a Plumb Position at Riverfields

Finance Minister Nene highlights challenges facing SA

Government will invest more than R1 billion to build and improve infrastructure for township economies in the next five years, says Premier David Makhura.

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