Van Dyck Floors
Soft floor coverings
Van Dyck Carpets Pty Ltd is the oldest South African carpet manufacturer (based in Durban) and has been in operation since 1948. Van Dyck Carpets is ISO 9001:2008 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management) approved by the SABS, and we are also the only flooring manufacturer who has an ISO 14064-1 Green House Gas verification report. Beyond this, we have become the first South African company to achieve The Carbon Trust Standard for Carbon (the world's leading and independent certifier of organisational carbon footprint reduction), for reducing our Green House Gas emissions by more than 30% over the past 3 years.
location_on Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
Cummins Southern Africa
One Cummins. One Africa. One Team.
Alternative power supply. Diesel and alternative fuel engines. Diesel and alternative fuel generators and generator sets.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Kaytech Engineering Products
Engineered Fabrics
Kaytech has provided the southern African Civil Engineering industry with geotextiles and geosynthetic solutions since 1971.
location_on Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal
Continental Enamelling (Pty) Ltd
Continental Enamelling is a specialist manufacturer of Vitreous Enamelled products of all descriptions, with a proud history since 1970.
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today15 Aug 2018
verified_userKaytech Engineering Products

Kaytech celebrates women in civil engineering

In recognition of August being Woman’s Month, Kaytech is celebrating its very own “Women in Civil Engineering”. We posed a few pertinent questions to some of the female civil engineers working in the geosynthetics engineering field at Kaytech today.
today30 Jun 2016
verified_userCummins Southern Africa

The Cummins Power City to City Tour South Africa

In recognition of August being Woman’s Month, Kaytech is celebrating its very own “Women in Civil Engineering”. We posed a few pertinent questions to some of the female civil engineers working in the geosynthetics engineering field at Kaytech today.
today17 Nov 2015

Women can succeed in the male dominated construction industry

Women in construction are certainly an occupational minority, much like male nurses, male teachers and female surgeons. A male dominated industry or occupation contains 25% or less women in total employment, and while women have made headway into certain industries and occupations, there are still a number of industries where women deal with the challenges of being a minority.
today4 Feb 2014

Ponte re-imagined, Hillbrow re-viewed

He protectively ushers his son across the zebra crossing, making sure he is between him and the traffic. The little boy is smartly dressed in a new school uniform and I can’t help noticing how black and shiny his shoes are against the dusty backdrop, as if he didn’t play outside at break time or has carefully brushed the dust off them before leaving school. I get the impression he is a Grade One pupil who has just started school, still immensely proud of his new uniform and the unblemished satchel on his back. Dad, also smartly dressed, deposits him at the entrance to Skylar Mansions and hurries off, probably going back to work. Is it strange that on this first visit to Hillbrow in about 30 years, I am left with an overall impression of neatness?
today29 Mar 2012

A colourful world of possibilities

It is interesting that Dulux and Plascon, both leading brands in paints, have identified almost identical themes as the underlying directive for colours in 2012.  For Dulux, the theme is ‘Possibilities’; for Plascon, it is ‘Endless Possibility’. Together and independently, the themes represent a reflection of the current social climate and a response to the influence of economic, social and technical developments on the world stage.  For Dulux, its 2012 palette is guided by the ColourFutures™ trends defined by AkzoNobel. Once a year, AkzoNobel, the world’s leading paint company and owner of the Dulux brand, among others, extends a formal invitation to an international group of eminent creative experts from the fields of design, architecture and fashion to gather and determine the key colour trends for the following 12 months. Drawn from a variety of cultural sources, from fine art and technology to nature and pop culture, the trends identified are translated into a palette of colours which are showcased in the annual ColourFutures™ book, offering readers an instant update on the latest inspirational trends.