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WBHO gets off lightly but Murray & Roberts left to stew
WBHO gets off lightly but Murray & Roberts left to stew
The construction company WBHO got off lightly for collusive tendering on a Transnet project – paying a fine of just 0.3% of its 2010 civil...
Construction: Collusion may be the industry's fatal flaw
Construction: Collusion may be the industry's fatal flaw
The rot appears to run deep and wide in South Africa’s construction sector following recent damning allegations of decades-long collusion,...
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...
Aveng profit lower as manufacturing unit hit
Aveng profit lower as manufacturing unit hit
Africa's second biggest construction group Aveng posted a drop in full-year profit on Wednesday as lower volumes and falling steel prices hit its...
WBHO boosts earnings, eyes expansion
WBHO boosts earnings, eyes expansion
Africa's third biggest construction group WBHO posted a 27% rise in full-year headline earnings per share and said on Monday it plans to continue...
WBHO profits up, sees solid 2009
WBHO profits up, sees solid 2009
Construction firm WBHO posted a 78,2% jump in first-half headline earnings per share (EPS) on Monday, and said full-year results would be solid....

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