Aveng’s primary geographic markets are South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa, Australasia and Southeast Asia. As the Group transitions to an international infrastructure and resources business, its main market sectors will be contract mining in sub-... [more info]

Aveng execs get R17.7m in bonuses

Troubled construction group says board approved incentives for top trio that were 'based on clearly defined performance criteria'.

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Few signs of building and construction sector crisis abating

Civil engineering segment sees confidence slump to record low in Q2.

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Government owes construction contractors R5.5bn

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Aveng institutes legal action against SOE for non-payment of R50m

Group expects to achieve an operating profit in second half of 2020 financial year.

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Rand slips further against dollar

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Construction industry in survival mode

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Sack the Necsa board before it wrecks the company – union

A once model state-owned company is being ruined by design, say union members.

Value investing and the fine art of negativity

Asking what could go wrong – thinking negatively – helps to reduce the impact of bad decisions and improves the overall returns of a portfolio.

Capitalising on low expectations

A portfolio of businesses the market doesn't expect much from can be described as a collection of businesses at recession-proof prices.

Group Five collapse signals South African construction demise

With thousands of jobs at risk.

Engineers leave SA due to ‘construction mafia’

And Aveng prevented from working on the highest bridge on the continent. Desperate contractors appeal to Ramaphosa for help.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

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