Aveng in the News

Project Milestone: Adelaide Desalination Plant achieves continuous 24 hour operation of the 50GL plant, South Australia
17 October 2011

The Company is pleased to announce that the Adelaide Desalination Plant Project has reached the important milestone of the successful operation of the first 50GL plant for a continuous 24 hour peri...

Prominent Physicist Rob Adam joins the Aveng Group
30 November 2011

The Aveng Group today, announced the appointment of Dr Rob Adam to bolster its leadership within the burgeoning power sector. Having identified the power value chain as a strategic area for growth,...

Aveng offers proven solutions to impending water crisis
15 February 2010

South Africa is facing an impending water crisis. Many parts of the country are facing water shortages and while other areas, such as Gauteng and Mpumalanga, may have had strong rains in recent...

Group upbeat on future despite drop in earnings
09 September 2010

ALTHOUGH construction group Aveng yesterday posted a drop in profit and headline earnings per share for the year ended June, the group’s underlying businesses remained solid and strong, CEO R...

Aveng to help tackle mine water threat
09 September 2010

CONSTRUCTION group Aveng plans to play a key role in offering solutions to the problem of toxic mining water, which is posing a threat to the environment in SA. In an interview with Business Day ye...

Aveng punts solution to acid mine drainage
09 September 2010

Aveng, the listed construction and engineering group, has patented what it believes is a solution to acid mine drainage problems facing the country. Roger Jardine, Aveng's chief executive, said yes...

Slowdown hammers building jobs
09 September 2010

Tens of thousands of jobs are being lost in the construction sector because of the completion of large projects and a slowdown in the awarding of big contracts to the major construction companies. ...

Aveng wil aandele terugkoop, bele en oornames doen
09 September 2010


Antoinette Slabbert

Aveng hit by downturn
09 September 2010

Aveng, Africa's largest builder by market value, posted an 8% drop in full-year profit, hit by tough trading conditions, but said it aimed to buy back up to R1-billion of its own shares. The compan...

Construction Ahead
09 September 2010

The Citizen

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Aveng expects 2011 to be difficult, but has 'healthy' R31bn backlog
08 September 2010

Construction group Aveng reported an 8% fall in headline earnings to R1,88-billion, from R2,05-billion, for the year ended June 30, 2010, in a "difficult" operating environment characteri...

Aveng's new renewables unit may participate in project funding
08 September 2010

South African construction major Aveng has established a new renewable energy unit within its Engineering & Projects Company (E+PC) and has invested R20-million to position the business for the...

Aveng Full-Year Numbers with CEO Roger Jardine
08 September 2010

CNBC Africa
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Classic Business with John Fraser & Roger Jardine, CEO: Aveng
08 September 2010

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World @ Six
08 September 2010

Talk Radio 702
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ReutersInsider TV
08 September 2010

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International Recognition for Soccer City
13 September 2010

SA has a new construction leader
13 September 2010

Aveng pips M&R after topsy-turvy boom years.

David Carte - MONEYWEB

JOHANNESBURG - Aveng (JSE:AEG) has taken over from M...

Finweek Technical Analysis: AVENG - POTENTIAL BREAKOUT
29 September 2009

Finweek reported that Aveng's technical indicators point to a positive medium term trend.Trend: Short term down, but oversold. Medium and long term up.
Strategy: Traders buy on a close abov...

Billions in new work
23 October 2009
Moneyweb reported on Friday that Aveng's order book is stable with a project pipeline that runs well past 2010, indicating that the Big Two are at an advantage as some highly visible contracts come to...