Maskam Water imports great quality pumps, water purification equipment, UVs, air purifiers, etc. from around the globe and redistributes them throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.

Maskam Water supplements these products with a range of products like their waste water treatment solutions and greywater systems which they manufacture at their Vanrhynsdorp factory, to offer turn-key solutions to their customers.

TUHF provides commercial property finance across the cities of South Africa.

The City of Cape Town has a responsibility to issue Wayleaves, both internally to different Line Departments, as well as to private sector customers. The Wayleave process has been underpinned by the individual preference and experiences of each Service Department. To address the resultant drawbacks and support improved service delivery and City-wide investment, the City of Cape Town Municipality has embarked on a system to simplify the Wayleave application procedure and fast-track the approval process.

The strategy includes the introduction of an electronic Wayleave Management System that has been developed to replace the manual paper-based process. This new System will be launched to the public in June 2023.

The current multiple contact points and dependencies will be replaced with a single entry / single exit application process. This will further address the lack of standardisation (where different departments have different requirements). The introduction of this web-based Wayleave Management System will provide a coordinated, customer-centric platform – eliminating processing delays and customer frustrations. To ensure a seamless experience, all Wayleave Applications and subsequent Permit to Work Applications as well as Requests for Planning Information, will only be processed via this platform.

The South African Sanitation Technology Enterprise Programme (SASTEP) is a national system of innovation platform that seeks to fast-track the adoption of innovative and emerging sanitation technologies in South Africa through fostering local manufacturing and commercialization. The core strategy of the programme is to support and empower sanitation innovators (technology partners) and sanitation entrepreneurs (commercial partners). The SASTEP approach is hinged on the formation of collaborative partnership with sanitation innovators and entrepreneurs to ensure the translation of suitable and appropriate sanitation technologies to the marketplace. The programme was created by the Water Research Commission (WRC) in partnership with the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI), and the Bill and Melinda Foundation (BMGF) and with the support of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS). The programme is an operation vehicle of the WRC’s transformational vision SANiTi: Sanitation Transformation Initiative.

The Master Builders and Allied Trades Association Western Cape, known to most as “the MBAWC”, is a registered Trade Association for the Employers in the Building Industry.

Its membership comprises some 350 companies in the Western Cape, and includes: builders, building subcontractors, building merchants or manufacturers of building products, industry professionals and consultants. The Association was founded in 1891 and is, therefore, the oldest organisation of its kind in South Africa. It is affiliated to Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) but is autonomous. The MBAWC’s primary objective is to ensure that the reputation of the building industry in this area remains high and that investment in building is therefore attracted to it. It does this by insisting that its members work to the highest possible standards, aesthetically, technically and ethically – in short, that they conduct their business in a thoroughly professional manner at all times. Membership of the MBAWC is on a voluntary basis. Its members handle some 70% of all the building work in the Western Cape and employ a similar percentage of the total building industry workforce. Apart from campaigning tirelessly for continually higher standards, the Association also plays an active role in labour relations, the drawing up and adaptation of the building contract law, safety procedures and, most importantly, training. In the last field, particularly, the MBA Western Cape has for many years been the acknowledged leader. Some 50% of all the training done for the building industry nationwide takes place in the Western Cape – and it has a proud tradition of producing skilled and semi-skilled people who have worked on major projects all over Southern Africa. Because of its insistence on high standards, the MBAWC is always ready to attend to complaints about any of its members. For this reason – and the reasons given above – when using an MBAW member, the public can, in most instances, rely on getting an extremely fair deal.”

PPC is a leading supplier of materials and solutions into the basic services sector in southern Africa with 11 cement factories in South Africa, Botswana, DRC, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

We deliver quality products and technical services to our customers by focusing on the following elements:

High growth, low consumption per capita market with increasing urbanisation.

Modern asset base and world-class technical capabilities.

Actively seeking to minimise the adverse impact of our operations on the environment.

PERI, founded in 1969, is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of formwork and scaffolding. In addition to the parent plant and headquarters in Weissenhorn, near Ulm, Germany, there are more than 60 subsidiaries and over 120 logistics centres.

We have been on the market as a family business for over 50 years and have always been pioneers in formwork and scaffolding technology. What has made us so successful is that in everything we do, we always think first and foremost of the benefits for our customers. Cooperation based on partnership and trust is a fundamental value in our company, which therefore also forms the basis of our customer relationships.

At PERI, we make construction more efficient, faster, and safer. Providing the best service to our customers is what drives us every day.

Kansai Plascon, your Professional Partner

Kansai Plascon is the largest coating supplier in Southern Africa with a proud history of over 130 years in the supply of decorative, professional, industrial and automotive products. The company’s ethos, to design products through constant innovation and ground-breaking technologies, is what drives Kansai Plascon’s growth and this has cemented the business as a leading coatings manufacturer in the region. With established manufacturing and distribution sites in countries across the African continent, Kansai Plascon offers our customers products and services wherever their business takes them.

The company delivers premium products designed to meet the customer’s budget and performance requirements through products that have led the paint category with technological firsts and set the industry standard.

Kansai Plascon is a member of the Green Building Council of South Africa and complies with their green building certification requirements as sustainability is key in our green philosophy in manufacturing compliance, product technology and processes.

The Plascon Professional team strives to meet every need of the architect, developer, asset owner and contractor through the unique Plascon 360 Partnership Pledge – a comprehensive, tailored service solution offering coatings specifications, application monitoring and maintenance service coordination for property investment portfolios.

Partner with Kansai Plascon to experience the difference a Plascon Professional partner can make to your property portfolio, and your bottom line.

Archithera – Designing Tomorrow Today. Our mission is to empower professionals like you to create unique structures for the future. With a comprehensive range of AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) services, Archithera is your trusted partner that provides cutting-edge technology solutions. We offer various services, including LiDAR scanning, BIM modelling, 3D printing, computational design, cross-reality (XR), and training to streamline workflows, reduce errors, and enhance communication among project stakeholders.

At Archithera, we understand the challenges that AEC professionals face. Our dedicated team of experts is committed to helping you overcome common industry obstacles, such as inefficiencies, errors, poor communication, and difficulty adopting new technologies. We are here to provide our expertise and tools so that you can be ahead of the curve in the fast-paced world of architecture and construction.

Join us in building a better tomorrow with Archithera. We bring your visions to life while handling the intricacies of technology, streamlining your workflows, and empowering you to focus on what you do best. Our slogan, ‘Designing Tomorrow Today’, reflects our commitment to being your partners in this transformative journey.

Together, let’s build a better tomorrow – with Archithera, you’re in good hands .