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Tourism 101 needed to recover from Covid-19 blitzkrieg

2 Oct 2021 /  Hamza Farooqui   2
Creating sustainable investment in South Africa.

Contract to operate the Gautrain post 2026 to go out on tender

23 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   7
Gauteng government wants ‘competitive procurement’ rather than an extension of the Bombela concession.

Civil construction confidence improves marginally

22 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   2
But there is continued pessimism in the sector, justified by ‘underlying indicators relating to activity and profitability’ – economist.

SA’s building industry is in dire straits

15 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   15
Sending confidence levels to record lows.

Europe’s energy crisis shows the downside of fossil fuels

13 Sep 2021 /  Will Mathis and Akshat Rathi, Bloomberg   3
'We need to get serious about scaling up renewables' - director at E3 Analytics.

Global capex booms

12 Sep 2021 /  Enda Curran, Bloomberg  
As companies prepare for post-pandemic era.

The world’s shippers are earning the most money since 2008

12 Sep 2021 /  Alex Longley, Bloomberg  
Container shipping remains the star.

SA’s infrastructure drive ‘is gaining momentum’

8 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   5
Government to take the second round of projects to market for funding.

VW CEO fears semiconductors will be in short supply for years

6 Sep 2021 /  Christoph Rauwald and Matthew Miller, Bloomberg   1
VW and Mercedes are among automakers hit this quarter by factory shutdowns in Malaysia.

Construction VRP is either ‘dead’ or ‘alive and kicking’

27 Aug 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   5
Industry bodies believe the programme can be incorporated into a construction industry master plan.

Karpowership SA licensing process ‘fatally flawed’ – lobby group

20 Aug 2021 /  Palesa Mofokeng   11
The Green Connection says South Africans may end up paying even higher electricity prices.

KZN riots: sugar industry losses over R84m

19 Aug 2021 /  Palesa Mofokeng   6
Half a million tons of cane burnt in arson attacks and thus cannot be crushed at sugarcane mill factories.

(Empty) promises of ‘clean coal’ power generation technologies for SA

18 Aug 2021 /  Chris Yelland   9
Why pay more for so-called ‘clean coal’ technologies when there are cleaner and cheaper alternatives that create more jobs, use less water and have lower emissions?

Construction industry welcomes publication of long term SA infrastructure plan

16 Aug 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
But expresses concern over continued lack of implementation of government projects.

At least two-thirds of global car sales will be electric by 2040

9 Aug 2021 /  Colin McKerracher and Siobhan Wagner, Bloomberg Markets   2
Europe and China are leading the transition.

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