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Tsogo Sun’s Southern Sun Maputo, now the largest hotel in the Mozambican capital, has re-opened after a four-month hiatus during which the hotel went through a US$30 million expansion and makeover that has added significant appeal, interest and comfort for business and leisure guests. This major investment by Tsogo Sun is…

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As an industry heavily reliant on the consistent availability of projects, the construction industry continues to be at the mercy of the government’s Infrastructure Development Plan and private sector investment. As one of the industries that was hardest hit by the global recession, recovery has been slow. The last few…

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The Kwame Nkrumah Presidential Library was born from the dream of Samia Nkrumah, the daughter of the political leader Kwame Nkrumah who led Ghana to independence in 1957. Kwame Nkrumah Presidential Library’s project comes from Samia Nkrumah’s dream to promote cultural improvement and sustainable development in her country, the Republic…

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For any company, a strong health and safety record not only enhances the company’s reputation, but also offers cost savings associated with failures and rework. For high-hazard prone industries such as the construction industry, it is especially important that companies are able to provide a safe work environment while cultivating…

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As home to some of the world’s fastest growing economies, Africa is increasingly becoming a force to be reckoned with as an emerging business hub. The recent US-Africa summit confirmed Africa’s imminent status as a trading partner rather than as a previously-colonised continent seeking financial aid. Amongst other things, the…

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A new ground level canteen and upstairs computer room have been added to the Afrikaans Boys' High School (affectionately known as Affies) in Pretoria. Founded in 1920, Affies was the first purely Afrikaans-medium school in South Africa and is currently attended by 1 450 learners.   The task of designing…

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The Totally Concrete and African Construction Expos, Africa’s leading construction, building and trade expos took place at the Sandton Convention Center in Johannesburg on May 26-28, 2014. Though the African Construction Expo was only a day long, the scheduled seminars were more than enough to get industry people excited about…

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Thousands of visitors streamed in to the Sandton Convention Centre to attend conference sessions, participate in free workshops, network with industry colleagues and examine the wide variety of products showcased by 170 exhibitors at the Totally Concrete and African Construction Expos, held at the end of May 2014. The keynote address…

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Over the decades, industrialisation has significantly improved our lives, shaping the society we live in today. Economic growth has been the single most important goal for economies across the world, enabling much of the development we see today. However, in our pursuit for this much needed growth, we have to…

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