Female-owned construction company builds a bright future

Barely 12 years ago, Sanna Sebone was a newly-qualified quantity surveyor taking her first steps in the largely male-dominated world of construction. Today, her 100% female-owned construction company, Sebongi Construction, is rapidly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Northern Cape.

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Non-compliant plumbing more serious than anticipated

The findings of the Institute of Plumbing South Africa’s (IOPSA) latest research into the level of plumbing compliance across the country are cause for concern.

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IOPSA drives quality solar-water heater installations

The Institute of Plumbing South Africa (IOPSA) is helping to drive quality solar-water heater installations, maintenance and repair in the country.

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“Green” plumbing drives demand for IOPSA members

Enterprising South African property developers are increasingly exploring ways of using water more efficiently.

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Small changes that make a big impact 

Many people dream of changing their lives, their homes or their surroundings.

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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY – Are you making this mistake in your home?

One of the biggest mistakes that people make in their homes, at schools and in their businesses is not separating wet and dry waste.

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New mixed-use residential neighbourhood Barlow Park to break ground in June 2022

Barlow Park is set to become Sandton’s brand-new residential neighbourhood, providing much-sought-after affordable, top-quality housing right on the doorstep of South Africa’s commercial capital, Sandton Central.

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Inner cities are growth engines attracting young homebuyers

Inner city living is boosting the city residential property market and driving urban rejuvenation

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How to make your kitchen a more environmentally friendly place 

A report released by the United Nations (UN) earlier this year indicated that it’s “now or never” in the fight against climate change. Upon releasing the report, UN Secretary General, António Guterres, warned that “we are on a pathway to global warming of more than double the 1.5-degree (Celsius) limit” that countries agreed to in Paris in 2015.

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Construction industry can provide a solid foundation for SA’s unemployed youth

Leading trade show hosts 25 free workshops to drive job creation

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