Swartland
Windows and Doors
Swartland Windows and doors established in 1951 manufactures premium quality brands like Cape Culture, Winsters, Kayo, Col Timbers and Kenzo.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
Van Acht Windows & Doors
Wood | Aluminium | Windows | Doors
Van Acht range of windows, doors, gates, garage doors, awnings and other aluminium, glass, wooden and uPVC product brochures.
location_on Randburg, Gauteng
MiTek specialises in the manufacturing and sales of all types of metal fasteners for timber, e.g. galvanised steel connector plates for the prefabricated timber roof truss industry.
location_on Midrand, Gauteng
Stab-A-Load
Dock Loading Solutions Built to Last
Stab-A-Load Fire doors, Sectional Doors, High Speed Doors, Stacking and Hangar Doors, Bug & Bird Screen doors, goods hoists, hydro-tilt hydraulic doors.
location_on Alberton, Gauteng
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today3 Dec 2018
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Van Acht Glass & Aluminium Windows & Doors

At VAGA ( Van Acht Glass and Aluminium) we strive to maintain the same quality and service with which we have been associated with over the last 30years. Advantages of ALUMINIUM – Strong material – Larger sizes available – Longevity and low maintenance – Strong market awareness – Availability – Versatile – Wide price range
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today20 Jan 2014

Possible Round 3 extension for wind energy industry

The South African wind energy industry is eagerly awaiting the possible allocation of further contracts for independent power producers to build wind energy projects as part of the Round 3 bid window under the Department of Energy’s (DoE) Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP).
today13 Feb 2012

New umbrella body for renewable energy

Four leading renewable energy associations recently announced their intention to launch an umbrella body to act as a single voice championing the renewable energy industry in South Africa. The announcement followed the Green Economy Accord which was concluded towards the end of 2011 through a series of engagements involving government, business, labour and community at Nedlac. The accord envisages focused action to address climate change concerns and the need to grow the South African economy by simultaneously stimulating the green economy and creating ‘green jobs’.  Pancho Ndebele, chair of the Southern African Solar Thermal and Electricity Association (SASTELA), said, “Creating a united voice for renewable energy custodians is imperative at this juncture in the development of the industry. Both the private sector and NGOs have for many years been promoting renewable energy in an uncertain regulatory environment. Their efforts were never fully coordinated and it has taken time to get to where we are today, on the verge of exponential growth in the broader renewable energy industry. As signatories to the Green Economy Accord we have now taken steps to discharge the obligations we have undertaken, one of which is to create an umbrella body.“
today12 Nov 2013

Wind power cost drops even further below coal cost

With the successful bidders for Round 3 of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Procurement Program (REIPPP) announced, it has emerged that the price of wind energy has dropped dramatically to a simple average of 74 cents per kilowatt hour – decreasing significantly from the already highly competitive price of the previous round, despite adverse exchange rate changes between the bidding rounds.
today24 Mar 2014

First wind farms go online as Eskom declares state of emergency

As Eskom declared 2014’s first ‘state of emergency’, mid February, enforcing the contractual obligations of large users to reduce electricity consumption in order to keep the lights on, wind energy in South Africa has proved its viability as the first wind farms began to provide power to the grid.
today5 Feb 2018
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Is it time for a fenestration upgrade?

Cobus Lourens from windows and doors manufacturer, Swartland, explains how you can make the right choice when it comes to fenestration, not only lowering your home's heating and cooling bills, but also controlling light, views and privacy, reducing external noise pollution, and improving the overall appearance of your home as well.