30, Mar 2020
To support roofing professionals and individuals keen on learning more about the technical aspects of roofing, during SA's coronavirus lockdown, ITC-SA is offering its online self-study courses at specially-discounted rates.
23, Mar 2020
Thulas Nxesi, the Minister of Employment and Labour, gazetted South Africa's new minimum wage which took effect from 1 March 2020. The new minimum wage of R18.68 per hour, for each ordinary hour worked...
19, Mar 2020
31, Mar 2020
27, Mar 2020
As the topic of climate change continues to grow in prominence, it’s growing more difficult to ignore the outsized carbon impact of buildings, which account for nearly 40 percent of global carbon emissions.
02, Mar 2020
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- Ramaphosa: Junk status won't derail coronavirus fight
- SA relaxes pollution limits even as virus sets in
- Nearly half of jobs in Africa could be lost due to coronavirus, UN warns