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today7 Jun 2017
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Marley Building Systems and GIFA join forces to award bursaries worth R150 000 to architectural students

GIFA bursary recipients: Pictured (from left to right) are the six recipients of the joint bursary programme between the Gauteng Institute of Architects (GIFA) and Marley Building Systems. From the University of Johannesburg are Moeketsi Phori, Aisha Balde and Megan Louise; and from the University of the Witwatersrand are Keitsitse Losaba, Lauren Konstantinou and Thami Kubheka. In a joint venture bursary programme between the Gauteng Institute for Architecture (GIFA) and Marley Building Systems, six deserving architectural students from the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) have been awarded bursaries to the value of R150 000.
today17 Apr 2012

SAEE bursary students live on radio

Brian Saunders and Sheree Anne Marinus received their bursary cheques from the Southern African Association for Energy Efficiency (SAEE) during live interviews with Gareth Burley on the SAEE’s radio programme, The Green Hour, on Kingfisher FM. Marishka Singh, the other SAEE bursary recipient for 2012, was presented with her bursary at the SAEE 2011 Convention and Exhibition in November last year, but she also participated in the radio programme via telephone. Each student received R15 000 from the SAEE towards their studies in fields relating to the built environment.  The association will open applications for bursaries for the next academic year on 2nd of May 2012. Students are welcome to apply by contacting Danielle Badenhorst at or on (018) 293 1499.
today11 Jun 2014

Interbuild Africa 2014 to award three architectural bursaries

Interbuild Africa 2014 will award three bursaries to the value of R10 000.00 each, to three exceptional students through the OpenArchitecture Initiative.
today6 Feb 2017

Wacker Neuson provides equipment to build Pump Track for Pretoria school

Pump Tracks are a worldwide phenomenon that allow cyclists of all levels and ages to experience the thrill of bicycle riding in a relatively small area, and in so doing promote whole-family and community involvement in healthy exercise and leisure activities. They typically comprise a looping trail system, with a series of whoop sections, contoured jumps and steeply bermed corners all strung together to allow for almost pedal-free cycling. The name Pump Track is derived from the pumping motion of the cyclist's upper body, used to keep up the momentum on the track with almost no pedalling, and the origins of these tracks can be found in the BMX tracks of the 70s and 80s, combined with the extremely popular freestyle riding in events like the X-Games.
today22 Jun 2016

From gardener to leader of the SA quantity surveying profession

Dr Stephan Ramabodu has been elected as president of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS).