Thibault Investments, has recently embarked on the re-development of one of Cape Town’s iconic buildings on Thibault Square, soon to […]
At 120 m and 36 storeys, 16 on Bree is the tallest residential and second-tallest mixed-use development in Cape Town […]
Cape Town’s largest and most ambitious sustainable mixed-use development, Harbour Arch, is steadily taking shape on the city’s foreshore, with […]
Plans are afoot to invest R15 billion into a project to develop the underutilised area of Cape Town’s Foreshore into an extremely desirable mixed-use precinct that will also allow for public gardens and the development of pedestrian routes geared to open up walkways from the city all the way into Woodstock.
The highest residential block in Cape Town’s city centre – 16 On Bree – has resumed construction, but under demanding […]
The City of Cape Town on Thursday said that it will be moving forward with plans to upgrade more hostel […]
The project to add a third lane to the N1 in both directions between Plattekloof Road and Old Oak Interchange in Cape Town is expected to be […]
South Africa’s Cape Town’s Municipal Planning Tribunal has approved a proposal for the Fulcrum skyscraper in Sea Point to include […]
The City of Cape Town has agreed, “in principle”, to sell the Salt River Market site to a “social housing […]
City of Cape Town is set to sell land at an affordable price in bid to provide 850 new homes […]
The R487-million upgrade of a section of the N1 between Plattekloof road and Old Oakinterchange, in the Western Cape, is 60% complete. The project is expected to be […]
Cape Town has felt the shock of taps nearly running dry and the shock of floods; the stress of crime and […]
With the Cape Town area suffering from one of the worst droughts in its history, tank manufacturer and supplier SBS Tanks marketing […]
The Western Cape government has said that a plan is in place to make up for lost time on a […]
The drought-induced water crisis in the Western Cape Province, which could run out of supply in April if there are no rains, has hit the key tourism sector with visitors cancelling trips, an industry official said on Friday.
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille will meet with the National Disaster Management team and other authorities on Monday to discuss the impending water crisis. The […]
The City of Cape Town has scrapped the proposed introduction of a drought levy, after the proposal was withdrawn at a special sitting on Friday.
Day Zero: the dreaded day when Cape Town’s taps are expected to run dry has been moved forward to 22 April.
Plans to increase water supply to the Voëlvlei Dam, scheduled to come on stream in 2024, have been fast-tracked to […]
The City of Cape Town has launched its water map in an effort to address the water crisis in the municipality. In a […]
The South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) is concerned that the City of Cape Town is not receiving the necessary income needed to fund projects for emergency water supply augmentation projects that were launched in mid-2017.
The City of Cape Town drilled its first test borehole into the Cape Flats aquifer on 11 January hoping that the earth’s natural underground reservoirs would provide an extra 80-million litres of water per day as dams dry up in a prolonged drought.
Experience the world’s leading creative currency that’s driving design for a better world with Design Indaba’s iconic annual conference. The Design […]
Cape Town’s proposed “drought charge” will pay for the survival of Capetonians‚ says mayor Patricia de Lille. “Without this critical […]
The launch of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid on Robben Island – the World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town, which, until […]
The City of Cape Town has set aside US $140m of its budget to fund seven additional water projects. Executive […]
Cape Town urban property developers, Blok, recently announced their latest product – Blok Raw, aimed at introducing a new range of […]
Abland, together with their JV Partners The Ellerine Brothers, have announced the development of Cape Town’s newest office tower, 35 Lower […]
One is really not prepared for the scale and beauty of the new Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz […]
About 4 000 lower-income households in Cape Town are expected to benefit from affordable housing developments on well-located City-owned land. “Building […]
As Cape Town responds to Level Five Water Restrictions, Growthpoint Properties has made water saving a priority at its buildings […]
Further water restrictions for domestic and commercial users have been implemented in Cape Town, Mayor Patricia de Lille announced on Sunday. “[These include] the institution […]
Cape Town’s first independent oil storageand distribution terminal, Burgan Cape Terminal, was officially opened in the Eastern Mole of the Port of Cape Town on […]
The Zero-2-One Tower, to be constructed on the corner of Strand and Adderley streets, is set to become central Cape […]
In a first for the African continent, the City of New York and the City of Cape Town signed a historic city-to-city partnership agreement […]
Cape Town’s Granger Bay, Hout Bay and Dido Bay may soon be home to three proposed new desalination plants that the city intends commissioning to […]
Table Bay Mall, a new regional retail development on the northern reaches of Sunningdale in Cape Town, is nearing completion […]
AMDEC Property Development has developed a nautically-inspired commercial and residential space in the Roggebaai Canal Tourism Precinct, in Cape Town, called the Yacht […]
An increase in land-controlling developers that are willing to sell turnkey solutions has been observed by residential and commercial property consultant Knight Frank. Nonetheless, […]
The City of Cape Town, via its enterprise and investment department under the directorate of the mayor, has facilitated R2.67-billion worth of investment which has resulted in 6 236 direct jobs created for the people of Cape Town in the past financial year (July 2016 – June 2017), the city said on Sunday.
After half an hour of pushing to get in free to an affordable housing conference on Tuesday, Reclaim the City […]
The Water crisis in Cape Town is now affecting the construction sector with property developer Calgro M3 being among those hard […]
Plans are under way to develop 120 ha of the 240 ha Two Rivers Urban Park (TRUP), in Cape Town, into […]
As part of an enabling partnership between PPC subsidiary Ulula Ash and Eskom, two high-tech mobile science labs have been donated to Sibongamandla Secondary and Kriel High Schools in Mpumalanga.
The new flagship Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital has been opened in Cape Town’s CBD. The 16-storey building, with about 30 000 m2 of floor space, will […]
Engineering News – While Cape Town is emerging as a ‘smart city’, it has much to learn from other cities about the […]
Dangote Cement Plc, has declared an increased revenue of N442.09 billion in the last nine months, the Company’s financial report released on Thursday at the Nigerian Stock Exchange indicated.
A leading manufacturer of cement in Africa, Dangote, is hoping to move into the Asian market in the next decade.The […]
Doka has acquired Dutch materials technology specialist BAS, with whom it had already developed a sensor for measuring concrete strength […]
Kenyan cement manufacturers are exploring alternative market opportunities to guarantee their survival in a globalised and increasingly competitive market.
Engineering News, a water research institute that aims to generate new knowledge and come up with innovative ways to manage water in South Africa was […]
Your FREE TICKET to the Western Cape’s largest gathering of construction and building professionals Meet the entire value chain at […]
With over R 8 billion of construction due to take place in Cape Town over the next 5 years,don’t miss the Western Cape’s […]
The Cape Construction Trade Expo is the only event that deals specifically with the opportunities and challenges of the Western Cape […]
Revelstone was founded in August 1993 by Andrew Cyprianos. He identified a niche in both the domestic and commercial markets for customised cast stone products
Business growth and infrastructure in the Cape Town CBD is outpacing other metros across South Africa, with the proposed construction […]
At Cape Town’s annual Mining Indaba, the launch of an Africa Mining Vision (AMV) Compact (www.AfricaMiningVision.org) between African governments and […]
The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works has started work on Phase 1 of a R487-million upgrade to the N1 freeway around Cape Town.
Cape Town’s iconic V&A Waterfront goes green with the latest construction of solar panels on eight rooftops of key buildings.
Cape Town, South Africa -30 November 2015 – Revelstone is delighted to announce the launch of its brand new website. […]
The 3rd Going Green Conference was held at the Cape Sun Hotel in Cape Town on the 16 and 17 […]
Sustainability buffs will turn Cape Town a deeper shade of green when they converge in November for the much-anticipated Green […]
Privately owned property development company Amdec Group is developing a R1.2-billion mixed-use property at the gateway to Cape Town’s waterfront. […]
The 3rd annual Cape Construction Conference and Trade Expo took place on the 12-13th of August 2015 at the Cape […]
With over R 8 billion of construction due to take place in Cape Town over the next 5 years,don’t miss the Western Cape’s […]
Cape Town’s new independent fuel storage, distribution and loading facility, in addition to a petroleum pipeline, will become operational in […]
Concrete.TV interviewed Rashiq Fataar, Founder of Our Future Cities NPO, to discuss the urban development, design and spaces within the city […]
The Century City Conference Centre & Hotel recently held a tour of their milestone development, where invited guests were given […]
The Cape Construction Conference and Trade Expo is the only event that deals specifically with the opportunities and challenges of […]
The Cape Construction Conference and Trade Expo team is proud to launch our 2015 programme. This year’s event promises to be our best […]
According to the Energy for Africa website “The 138 MW Gouda Wind Farm in the Drakenstein Municipality is the first […]
The third annual Cape Construction Conference will be hosting a high level Breakfast Forum focusing on: The realities of doing […]
Van Dyk Stene is the first cement plant in Africa to use a full curing system from German technology leader […]
Repair and rehabilitation of deteriorated concrete can be an art as well as a science. Developing an effective concrete repair and […]
In recognition of its commitment to sustainable investment in green buildings, Portside, an Old Mutual co-owned building in the Cape […]
While 2014 was characterised by a slowdown in global economic growth, the V&A Waterfront has continued to buck the downward […]
The Amdec Group recently won a prestigious award at the International Property Awards, scooping a Highly Commended in the Retirement […]
“When we look at Cape Town 10 years ago, it was a great place, nobody could say it was a […]
A new tender for the construction of a dedicated cruise terminal at Cape Town harbour will be issued before the […]
The Western Cape Minister of Finance Dr Ivan Meyer together with the Head of Urban and Rural Development from the […]
The second edition of the free-to-attend conference ‘Going Green in Public Health Facilities’ was held at the Southern Sun Hotel […]
A section of Cape Town’s MyCiTi infrastructure, which aims to link residents with economic and recreational hubs through public transport, […]
The Waterproofing and Roofing Association (WARAC) is committed to the upliftment of the industry as a whole and is dedicated […]
he City of Cape Town has taken public transport to the next level with the launch of its first green […]
The 2nd annual Cape Construction Expo, which took place 13 – 14 August 2014 at the CTICC in Cape Town, […]
China-based solar photovoltaic (PV) giant, Jinko Solar, has officially opened an $80-million state-of-the-art factory in Cape Town, its first outside […]
The conference centre, which is being built to meet burgeoning demand for conferencing in the Century City precinct and to […]
Alan Winde, MEC for Economic Opportunity, Western Cape Government and Solly Fourie, Head of Department for Economic Development & Tourism, […]
There is a special programme now available for engineers at the Cape Construction Expo. Register before 30 June and save R500 […]
We visit the site of Cape Brick, based in Cape Town. Established in 1938, Cape Brick is the longest running […]