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New vehicle sales in 2021 exceed expectations

6 Dec 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
But only likely to return to pre-Covid levels in 2023.

Ford SA injects R600m into its Gqeberha engine plant

3 Dec 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
Follows R15.8bn being pumped into expanding its Silverton plant and supplier tooling investments announced in February.

R152m national road project underway

3 Dec 2021 /  Palesa Mofokeng   2
Construction to be completed by end of January 2022.

Noteworthy uptick in confidence among main contractors in building sector

2 Dec 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
Single biggest quarterly improvement since the 1980s – with a marked improvement in profitability.

Green leapfrogging: The opportunity presented to developing nations

22 Nov 2021 /  Jeanette Clark  
SA cannot afford to waste the climate crisis.

Itac opens door for new anti-dumping duties to protect local frozen chip producers

22 Nov 2021 /  Amanda Visser   1
Delays with investigations remain cause for concern.

Africa cannot continue to be a dumping ground for used vehicles – Erwin

22 Nov 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   1
Former minister warns that it is unsustainable, causes significant environmental damage, and restricts Africa's industrialisation.

Potential for Africa to have up to 25 new vehicle assembly plants

18 Nov 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   4
But used vehicle imports must be addressed to create new vehicle demand.

Developing nations will need $4trn for renewable energy transition – OECD

18 Nov 2021 /  Palesa Mofokeng  
SA's environmental minister reports back on COP26, emphasises the need for a 'just transition' to green energy.

Africa-focused Lekela plans to spend $2bn to double renewables capacity

13 Nov 2021 /  Marwa Rashad, Reuters  
Africa is getting much less investment than other parts of the world: CEO.

Robust recovery in civil construction anticipated

8 Nov 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
But comes off a low base – and is dependent on government tender awards and project implementation.

Crude prices soar, coal futures tank while Western leaders debate energy future

4 Nov 2021 /  Ciaran Ryan  
Amid COP26 in Glasgow, South Africans brace for a record rise in fuel prices.

Councils want surcharge on Eskom direct sales

2 Nov 2021 /  Moneyweb   23
High court asked to declare power distribution an exclusive municipal function.

Cement imports rocket by 51% in the first eight months of 2021

29 Oct 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   18
Were however hampered by lockdown restrictions last year – but the ban on their use on public sector projects from November 4 is expected to have major impact.

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