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Easy imports bury jobs in concrete

Cheaper cement from China and Vietnam has hit producers in SA, who are asking the state for help

Workings of post-apartheid cement cartel laid bare

Higher-ups in the cement industry testifying before the competition commission have admitted to over 10 years of collusion

Cartel charges cemented as Lafarge takes on R149m fine

Cement producer Lafarge Industries SA has admitted to participating in a cartel since 1996, and agreed to pay a fine of R149-million.

Starting from the top

The judges encouraged other small companies to take a leaf out of AfriSam's book.

Building on a small footprint for cement

Energy efficiency and carbon management, sponsored by ABB -- Winner: <b>AfriSam South Africa</b>.

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