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Africote International
Original coatings for Africa
Supplier of a comprehensive range of acrylic interior and exterior paints, cementitious wall coatings and floor screeds, decorative plasters, special effect coatings such as rust and copper paints and chalk paints to achieve an aged...
location_on Bedfordview, Gauteng
GBCSA-Green Building Council SA
The GBCSA is an independent, non-profit, membership-based organisation that was formed in 2007 by leaders from all sectors of the commercial property industry.
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today23 Jun 2017
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Interior Paint & Decor Plasters

Africote’s products and services include: acrylic paints, cement paints, wall plasters and renderings, flooring products, decorative paints, solvent based paints, surface preparation products, primers, sealers, waterproofing products, low cost housing products…
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today29 Mar 2018

Five new Green ratings for V&A Waterfront buildings

V&A Waterfront is proud to be awarded five Green Star Ratings from the Green Building Council South Africa.
today22 Sep 2016

South Africa's top architects honoured at national architectural awards

The movers and shakers of the architectural world in South Africa gathered at Shine Studios in Braamfontein on 2nd September to witness the presentation of the 2015/2016 Corobrik SAIA Awards of Merit for Excellence in Architecture to the cream of the profession.
today20 Jan 2014

Growing SA's steel construction industry

Paolo Trinchero, who recently took over from Dr Hennie de Clercq as CEO of the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC), would like to see the southern African steel construction industry grow by at least by 5% per year for the next 10 years. “This will require improving relationships with our African counterparts and being proactive in looking for opportunities in the relevant existing and emerging sectors in South Africa and the sub-Saharan region,” he says.
today29 Mar 2012

Safety grating for floors and walkways

For Jet Park-based Killarney Engineering, a subsidiary of Andrew Mentis, 2011 was a watershed year, with a significantly increased order book that included large orders for its unique serrated grating.  In response to the accelerated pace of production required to keep up with the new orders, Killarney Engineering embarked on an upgrade and reconfiguration of its 3 500m2 production facility to create a more streamlined production flow and achieve improved lead times. The company’s premises are also being refurbished, with new corporate signage and vehicle livery.
today24 May 2011

New Beginnings: 100 Doors Project

{nomultithumb} A door symbolises a new beginning. For 100 years, Jo’burg Child Welfare (JCW) has opened its doors and offered hope to our community’s most vulnerable children and their families. 100 years. 100 doors. New Beginnings: 100 Doors Project was initiated as the centerpiece of Jo’burg Child Welfare’s (JCW) Centenary Year celebrations. Its goal is to involve the community, increase the public’s awareness of the organisation and contribute to its sustainability for another 100 years.