South African Bitumen Association
The Southern African Bitumen Association, established in 1979 is a non-profit organization that represents producers and applicators of bituminous products, consulting engineers, educational institutions and companies that provide ancillary services. Sabita places emphasis on engaging with stakeholders particularly government with regard to the need to maintain and improve roads infrastructure and to create sustainable employment. It interacts with all levels of government on these matters and through its member led programmes strive to maintain the Industry’s technical standards and know how at the best that the world has to offer. In addition it strongly advocates sustainable practices in the quest to maintain the country’s most valuable infrastructure asset – the backbone of service delivery.
South Africa Road Federation
The South African Road Federation (SARF) is an organisation dedicated to the promotion of the road industry in South Africa through the dissemination of information, the promotion of sound policies and by education and training. The SARF is defined by South Africa’s roads and road sector. It is a single body, which provides a representative forum for the provision and management of roads, and the road sector. The Federation provides contact between South Africa`s road industry sectors and facilitates the distribution of expertise throughout the diverse disciplines, which have impact and application on the industry.
SAPIA plays a strategic role in addressing a range of common issues relating to the refining, distribution and marketing of petroleum and LPG products, as well as promoting the industry’s environmental and socio-economic progress. SAPIA fulfills this role by proactively engaging with key stakeholders, providing research information, expert advice and communicating the industry’s views to government, members of the public and media.
Construction Review Online
Construction Review is a leading African monthly construction journal for the construction industry. For over 20-years the magazine has enjoyed the readership of architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc. The print edition is distributed in over ten Africa countries with the digital version sent monthly to over 200000 readers in our database.