Young environmental game-changes from the University of Cape Town (UCT) took first place in the Greenovate Awards for the third year running.

First day of the Department of Labour's inquiry into the M1 bridge collapse kicks off with the two companies at the centre of the probe unable to agree on who is responsible for the structure's design.

A sod-turning ceremony in Wynberg, Johannesburg on Wednesday, 4 March marked the start of construction of a R130-million pedestrian and cycling bridge over one of Africa's busiest highways.

Friday, 12 September 2014 11:35

Inspiring a Green Building legacy in Africa

By 2030 an expected 40% of Africans will be living in cities. How do we build an African Urban Green Legacy?

Most Popular

Anuva Investments launch Section 12J hospitality fund with property partners Flyt Property Investment

Oct 18, 2019
Zane De Decker HR
Investment into Section 12J venture capital vehicles has seen a huge uptake over the last…

Fairvest to become fourth property company to list on A2X

Oct 30, 2019
DARREN WILDER
Fairvest Property Holdings, a real estate investment trust with a market cap of R2…

Significant shifts in the Winelands commercial sector

Oct 18, 2019
Caption Somerset West commercial
A decade of corporate semigration and decentralisation fuelled the Winelands commercial…

Property market ready for take-off as bond grants rise

Oct 18, 2019
BetterBonds Mortgage Monitor
Housing demand has continued to gain momentum since the start of the year and in the…

Equites Property Fund Interim Results

Oct 18, 2019
Andrea Taverna Turisan CEO Equites Property Fund
Equites Property Fund Limited (Equites) today announced distributable earnings for the…

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.