Thursday, 20 October 2016 14:09

Murray and Roberts joins voluntary deal

Murray & Roberts opts to participate in a R1.25bn 'voluntary' settlement agreement between construction companies.

Construction groups say they will collectively pay R1.25bn to accelerate transformation in the country's construction sector in settlement of collusion claims in the industry.

Thursday, 25 August 2016 17:22

Murray and Roberts exits construction sector

Murray and Roberts will focus on three core sectors in future — underground mining, oil and gas, and power and water, says group.

Neil Gopal, the new chief operating office of commercial property body the South African Property Owners' Association (Sapoa), says one of the challenges facing the group is to get more black economic empowerment companies to join it.

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