The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) has appointed professional services company, Turner & Townsend, as partner of choice in leading their UK-China Initiative in Africa.

Broll Property Group, the largest independently owned Pan-African commercial property services company, has entered into an exclusive affiliate arrangement with Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services company.

The opportunity for African countries in supporting the growth and development of their affordable housing industries is immense and transformative.

The South African division of leading independent global real estate consultancy, Knight Frank, has appointed John Jack as the new Chief Executive Officer.

The cost of global construction is set to rise by 4.3 percent during 2018 compared to 4.1 percent in 2017, as developers face the challenge of continued shortages of relevant skills to deliver an increasing number of projects, according to new research from global professional services firm Turner & Townsend.

The United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade (DIT) says it has the ability to facilitate the provision of billions of Pounds Sterling in lending and guarantees to African countries to help them address a chronic infrastructure backlog that the World Bank estimates to be about US$93 billion a year in the Sub-Saharan region alone.

The Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) is entering its 10th year of operation on a high note with a milestone 200 buildings rated with Green Star SA certifications. 

Saturday, 31 March 2012 02:00

Global Property company launches in SA

Knight Frank, a global property company with 209 offices in 47 countries across six continents handling in excess of US$755 billion worth of commercial, agricultural and residential real estate transactions annually, has launched Knight Frank Commercial in SA

Friday, 24 February 2006 02:00

Foreign matter clogs the works

JSE-listed construction firm Group Five continues to be dogged by contract problems outside SA, forcing it to stop work worth millions of rand.

Friday, 31 October 2003 02:00

Backing for dam

TEN companies have expressed interest in the construction of the multi-million dollar Bujagali dam in Uganda, reports News Vision from Kampala. Construction is expected to start next year.          

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