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Standard & Poor's Global Ratings has again downgraded SA's foreign and local currency ratings by one notch each to BB and BB+ respectively.
Cities could tackle the global problem of rising levels of waste and depleted resources by using organic waste, such as bananas, potatoes and maize as building materials, Arup predicts.
This morning saw the official launch of Johannesburg’s first Road Interchange Index, which measures the performance of the City’s most popular business node off-ramps according to user mobility, roadway capacity and ease of access.
Bryte Insurance, a proactive business risk specialist, today released its Construction Activity Monitor for the period ending June 2017.
Property, whether directly held or listed, was the darling of South African investors over the past decade and longer.
Examining recent years’ of improvement in both the Household Sector Debt-to-Disposable Income Ratio (decline) as well as the Household Sector Net Savings Rate (rise), it would appear that weak consumer confidence levels in a stagnant economy are encouraging households as a collective towards a more cautious financial approach.
Municipalities across the country are set to go greener with the introduction of a new national strategy.
Periods of strong housing market price growth can often be a cause for concern..
A forensic investigation to determine the cause of the N3 pedestrian bridge collapse is underway, says Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi.
Home buyers and those with mortgages will be encouraged by today’s announcement by the Monetary Policy Committee of a 25 basis point reduction in the repo rate, says Dr Andrew Golding, chief executive of the Pam Golding Property group.