The month of July we focussed our articles on the role of Hard Hat TVET graduates and on this last instalment on this subject we give you a summary of some of the important facts based on the response that we received from Industry bodies, Employers and Hard Hat TVET graduates. »
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There are many reasons why most Construction graduates and student struggle to get in- service training some of them are out of our hands like the shrinking economy but there are a few things that the graduates should consider when applying for in-service training opportunities. »
Keeping abreast of developments in the industry is key if your aim is to grow your career as a Construction Professional. Here are 5 Reasons why should keep yourself informed about the industry: »
Have you been sending job applications to employers for positions as a Hard Hat Professional, but getting no response? Here is a list of 5 possible reasons why you didn’t land that all-important interview. »
Mandla Maleka, Chief Economist Treasury at Eskom, gave the Hard Hat Professional a rundown of the top five things that Construction and Built Environment Professionals should take away from the 2016 Budget Speech delivered by Minister Pravin Gordhan on 24 February 2016. »
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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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