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“A business that started with a modification at a private residence in Venda has morphed into a R3,5 billion construction and infrastructure conglomerate. Ndavhe Mareda, Chairman of the Makole Group, shares his business journey and the new ground Makole’s breaking, as it diversifies its portfolio”

“A business that started with a modification at a private residence in Venda has morphed into a R3,5 billion construction and infrastructure conglomerate”

“The South African economy’s stubborn lack of growth shows that we have still not recovered fully from the 2008 economic crisis.

While the World Bank forecasts an average 4.5% GDP growth for emerging markets, our growth forecast is 1.1%.”

“Malande Tonjeni, the CEO of the Makole Group, does not have a personality that announces itself when she enters a room.

However, according to some of her former colleagues, she continuously pushes the boundaries of excellence.”

“Johannesburg – Junior mining company Black Royalty Minerals (BRM) has launched its first operating colliery in Bronkhorstspruit, eastern Pretoria, and is already promising more influence in the coal sector.
The colliery cost R150m to build and there is a plan to start expanding…”

“A recent report by Statistics South Africa noted that mining production had increased by 6.5 per cent year-on-year, up from the annual growth of 5.2 per cent reported in October 2017.This bodes well for Black Royalty Minerals, a subsidiary of the Makole Group, which launched its first colliery in Bronkhorstspruit earlier this week.”

“A recent report by Statistics South Africa noted that mining production had increased by 6.5% year-on-year, up from the annual growth of 5.2% reported in October 2017. This bodes well for Black Royalty Minerals (BRM), a subsidiary of the Makole Group, which launched its first colliery in Bronkhorstspruit, a small town east of Pretoria characterised by typical socio-economic issues faced by many poor communities in South Africa.”

“THE up­graded Waste­water Treat­ment Plant at Re­filwe Manor was un­veiled to the com­mu­nity and mem­bers of the me­dia on Fri­day.

The project forms part of a multi-year project con­sist­ing of the in­stal­la­tion of in­ter­nal wa­ter and sewer retic­u­la­tion con­nec­tion to 769 res­i­den­tial stands.”

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