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Geze is one of the worlds leading manufacturers and developers of door, window and safety technology.
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Mitsubishi Airconditioning
Effective 1st of August 2001 Mitsubishi Electric Airconditioning Distributors (Pty) Ltd acquired the distribution rights for Mitsubishi Electric Airconditioning Distributors within southern Africa, at the time held by Mitsubishi Electric Airconditioning Manufacturing (Pty) Ltd a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric (Melco Tokyo Japan),as a going concern. Mitsubishi Electric Airconditioning Distributors have been supplied and supported within the Southern African market for the past 25 years, together with its sister products namely Switch Gear, Appliances, Home Audio, Lifts and Escalators.
South Africa’s major brick maker, Corobrik manufactures a wide range of clay face bricks, non-face bricks and clay pavers, the company has distribution outlets throughout the country and sells any quantity from an individual purchasing a few hundred bricks through to large corporates requiring millions of bricks to be delivered to sites meeting tight deadlines.
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Geze’s range of door technology (overhead door closers, integrated door closers, floorsprings), glass systems, automatic door systems (automatic swing, sliding & revolving door systems) ventilation systems (RWA & natural ventilation systems), door furniture and emergency exit hardware.
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Door Furniture and Accessories

GEZE’s door furniture range includes stainless steel and aluminium lever furniture, escutcheons, backplates, pull handles and accessories. It also includes engraving, flush pulls, butt hinges, sundries, bolts, lockcases and cylinders…
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today26 Sep 2012

Housing needs bulk infrastructure too

Speaking at the handover of 49 houses at Mantheding Village outside Polokwane in Limpopo in July, Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale said the provision of bulk infrastructure remains one of the major challenges in delivering houses in rural areas. Sexwale stressed, however, that this challenge did not mean that people in villages should be excluded from receiving houses. 
today14 Aug 2012

A state-owned construction company?

National Minister of Human Settlements Tokyo Sexwale has again raised the possibility of establishing a state-owned construction company, calling for debate on the idea. Sexwale was addressing stakeholders in the construction industry in Pretoria recently when he reiterated the idea that he first mooted in his Budget Vote speech in parliament earlier this year. 
today28 May 2015

Corobrik and the Ekurhuleni Municipality work together to renew sidewalks

More than 400 million people in Africa live in urban areas and, because of high rural to urban migration rates, the number of people living in urban areas will increase from 62% to 70% by the year 2030. 
today22 May 2012

Housing a key driver in infrastructure rollout

Ahead of the presentation of the Human Settlements Budget Vote 2012-13 to the National Assembly last week (9 May 2012), Minister of Human Settlements, Tokyo Sexwale, highlighted the progress the department has made not only in the continuing development of housing and human settlements but also in rooting out the corruption that has, over past years, undermined the delivery of decent housing.  Interestingly, Minister Sexwale raised the question of whether government should not be turning to sizeable, established contractors and their BEE partners rather than the “wheelbarrow and bakkie brigade” to support its housing delivery commitments. He said that while some emerging contractors are genuinely committed to building houses of sound and long-lasting quality, many had shown themselves to be fly-by-nights, abusing taxpayers’ money and government’s resources.