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MINTEK LAB HELPS COMBAT DEADLY DISEASES Early stage malaria detection targeted

Johannesburg 8 April 2015. New R13-million facilities were recently completed by consultants Royal HaskoningDHV for Mintek in Johannesburg,

Royal HaskoningDHV appoints Managing Director for South Africa

Johannesburg, 1 March 2015.  International Consulting Engineering Company Royal HaskoningDHV has appointed Salani Sithole as Managing Director for its South African operations with effect from 1 March 2015.  Mr Sithole has been with the company for six years. With his wide spectrum of knowledge and experience, as well as his thorough understanding of the company Mr Sithole is well placed to further develop the South African operations

Massive Solar Power in Bokpoort: Environmental Audit

The ACWA Power Solafrica’s New Bokpoort Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Plant is not only being built to harness solar power to supply into Eskom’s grid to assist in alleviating the country’s power crisis

World Aviation Day

Amsterdam, 17 December 2014. Senior Specialist Fer Mooren explains how NACO, a company of Royal HaskoningDHV is ahead of the field in aviation innovation.

World Cities Day

Did you know that Zambia is recognised as one of Sub-Saharan Africa’s most urbanised countries with nearly half the population living in urban areas?

World Maritime Day

Did you know that World Maritime Day has been celebrated for 36 years? In that time the importance of the maritime industry to our global economy has grown immensely, reflected by the growth of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) from 21 member states to 170 member states.

Africa’s urban green legacy

Cape Town, 11 Sep 2014. By 2030 an expected 40% of Africans will be living in cities. How do we build an African Urban Green Legacy?

A human approach to South African growth

Johannesburg, 19 August 2014. As Africa increasingly integrates with the global economy, it is faced with the significant and complex challenge of balancing the sustainable use of its natural resources with the need for rapid economic growth and social progress.

Climate Resilience through Early Warning in Ghana

Johannesburg, 17 July 2014. International engineering and project management consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV, in cooperation with consultancy firm HKV, has been appointed by the United Nations Development Programme for the provision of services to develop disaster risk and early warning systems in Ghana.

Take action. Inspire change.

Johannesburg, 17 July 2014. All over the world, nations have respected and admired Mandela for his unfailing integrity, his belief in democracy and collective leadership.  He had the talent to inspire friend and foe alike.  Children, world-leaders, academics, pop stars, the underprivileged, the wealthy, the frail – he is loved and revered to an unmatched degree.

Rwanda Ready for Sustainable Sugarcane Production

Johannesburg, 11 July 2014. Known as ‘the land of a thousand hills’, Rwanda is famous for its lush highlands, deep valleys and Mountain Gorillas. But it’s the low-lying land currently causing concern among the country’s rapidly increasing population.

The Great Walk and DecongestSandton

Johannesburg, 17 June 2014. Joining Cycology and the Green Building Council of South Africa is Royal HaskoningDHV, an international consultant company, in a campaign to create awareness of green mobility alternatives with a focus on electric bicycle commuting and the development of cycling routes throughout Sandton.

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Grayston Drive Temporary Structure Collapse

On Wednesday 14 October 2015 the temporary support structure erected to enable the construction of the Grayston cycle and pedestrian bridge over the M1 highway in Johannesburg, South Africa, collapsed on the motorway.

First and foremost, we would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the loved ones of those who lost their lives and to all those injured.

We are working closely together with the Johannesburg Development Agency and Murray & Roberts and have made all the required resources available to assess the situation in order to understand the cause of the collapse.

Any further queries on the incident should kindly be referred to Nthatisi Modingoane, Deputy Director Media Relations, at the City of Johannesburg on +27 82 467 9228 or via email at nthathisem@joburg.org.za.