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Construction bigwigs deny World Cup stadium bid-rigging
Construction bigwigs deny World Cup stadium bid-rigging
Four construction companies accused of colluding with regard to bid-rigging around the World Cup stadiums, insist they did not collude and they...
Group Five reports profit in annual results
Group Five reports profit in annual results
Group Five chief executive Mike Upton in a statement attributed its success to its continued conservative approach adopted "both in terms...
Construction suffers while state dithers
Construction suffers while state dithers
The government has an R808-billion arsenal which it plans to use on maintaining and improving the country's infrastructure over the next three...
Building collusion brick by brick
Building collusion brick by brick
For those who suspected that the feel-good times of June last year, when we revelled in our splendid stadiums and marvelled at the shining...
Group Five profits up on Soccer World Cup
Group Five profits up on Soccer World Cup
Construction giant Group Five announced a year of strong growth on Tuesday as it released its annual results.
'Excellent' year of growth for Group Five
'Excellent' year of growth for Group Five
Listed construction company Group Five on Monday announced another year of "excellent" growth as it released its results for the year ending on...
Stadium strike: Light at the end of the tunnel
Stadium strike: Light at the end of the tunnel
The two-week strike by construction workers at Durban's Moses Mabhida 2010 stadium may end on Monday, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM)...
Stadium strike: Draft agreement on the table
Stadium strike: Draft agreement on the table
Negotiations between the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and the Group Five-led consortium building Durban's Moses Mabhida 2010 World Cup...
No agreement in talks on Durban stadium strike
No agreement in talks on Durban stadium strike
Industrial action is set to continue at Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium for the 2010 World Cup following talks between worker representatives and...
JSE little changed on lack of news
JSE little changed on lack of news
South African stocks pulled back from modest gains achieved in early deals to trade flat at noon on Monday, as traders struggled to find a...
Group Five H1 headline EPS up 41%
Group Five H1 headline EPS up 41%
South African construction and engineering firm Group Five boosted half-year headline earnings per share by 41%, and predicted more growth as it...

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