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The languages only differ in their grammar, their pronunciation and their most common words. Everyone realizes why a new common language would be desirable: one could refuse to pay expensive translators. To achieve this, it would be necessary to have uniform grammar, pronunciation and more common words. »
Entrepreneurship is one of the hardest journeys that one could possibly undertake. It asks of you to commit to it fully and with unbridled passion and consistency. Being an entrepreneur requires you to be on the lookout for ways to improve your business and provide value for your clients/customers. With a growing number of people choosing the entrepreneurial route, how can you distinguish yourself in the midst of all the noise so that your voice is the remaining voice reverberating through high frequencies and vibrations? As an entrepreneur in the HardHat sphere, what can you do to elevate your business to the next level of success so that you stay relevant? These 5 entreprene... »
South Africa needs more entrepreneurs to enter the economic cycle in order to help with unemployment. Entrepreneurs are also the backbone of our economy. Hardhat Professional entrepreneurs are especially key in enhancing our economy because their solutions impact directly on our communities, therefore any HardHat Professional venturing into entrepreneurship should be encouraged. There are a few observations I have made with respect to mistakes made by HardHat professionals who venture into entrepreneurship. 5 mistakes made by Hardhat Professionals venturing into entrepreneurship are as follows: 1.General Dealership Most HardHat Professionals when starting out will do anythi... »
5 things immigrant Built Environment Professionals can do to solve challenges they face in South Africa
Daniel Chinounye born in Zimbabwe is a 14-year-experienced Quantity Surveyor currently working with a European multinational company based in their South African branch. Daniel has experience working in many countries in East and Southern Africa in various construction commercial roles including ; working as a Consulting (Professional) Quantity Surveyor, Managing Quantity Surveyor for a growing construction company in Zimbabwe, Cost Management Engineer and Planner for Southern Africa region, Estimator for capital projects based in South Africa but focusing on tenders from all over Africa, Tendering and Estimating Manager in Tanzania and currently working as a Lead/Senior Quantity Surveyor f... »
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Once a tender has been won and awarded the project must be carried out. Here it must be noted that a construction project is not as straight forward as buying and selling where one buys something, adds on a profit […]
There’s been a spate of building collapses in Lagos, Nigeria. In some cases, people have died. In one instance a building had been marked for demolition at least three times. There are also concerns about hundreds of other buildings in the city.
There’s been a spate of building collapses in Lagos, Nigeria. In some cases, people have died. In one instance a building had been marked for demolition at least three times. There are also concerns about hundreds of other buildings in the city. The Conversation Africa’s Moina Spooner spoke to Ndubisi Onwuanyi about this.
Bureaucratic delays in getting property developments under way has badly damaged the development and construction industry, prompting a crisis.
About half of the low-rise building collapsed around midday on Thursday, crushing construction workers under piles of toppled concrete pillars and shattered wooden beams
SHANGHAI – The death toll in the collapse of a Shanghai commercial building that was undergoing renovation rose to 10 overnight after three more victims were added to the grim tally, the city government said Friday.
With three of South Africa’s large construction companies having gone bankrupt in the last few months, many are questioning the future of the sector. However, while the deterioration of these companies may have hurt those investors exposed to them, it has left the gate open for o…[Read more]
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