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Masizakhe Junior Secondary School just outside Queenstown features Makana Brick's Grahamstown Ironspot. The project includes paving, walling and support infrastructure.

Masizakhe Junior Secondary School just outside Queenstown features Makana Brick's Grahamstown Ironspot

Clay brick is one of the best construction materials for schools - it is robus,...view more

Photo Cred: BlackBrick

Johannesburg’s Sandton metropole concentrates the energy, wealth, power and diversity of Africa into a mighty, tight space. Forever transforming, its current developments are especially compelling...view more

South Africa benefits from a full appreciation of clay bricks

Clay brick is as intrinsic to humanity as cave paintings, music and language...view more

Brick walls add character to any room, providing a textured backdrop that complements other design elements. Exposed brick walls can make an otherwise boring space feel warm and inviting, not to...view more

Ngamwonwan House

If you look into the definition of a wall, it is an architectural structure designed to protect inside from outside primarily from intrusion, to define a boundary and to block views from outside...view more

Algoa has published its latest Sustainability Report that assesses sustainable practices in all phases production.

Algoa Brick recently published it's latest Sustainability Report. Ongoing monitoring and reporting across key sustainability indicators is pivotal to sustainable transformation.

This...view more

SWITCH Africa Green is a programme developed and funded by the European Union and implemented by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in partnership with European Union delegations in...view more

Submitted by: Lisa Reynolds

Carbon Tax is being implemented in South Africa from 1 June 2019. At the CBA’s annual conference, Lisa Reynolds of Green Building Design Group (GreenBDG)...view more

Pictured at East Coast Radio are from left, Christine van den Bergh and Christopher du Trevou of Corobrik, Pastor Ndabezinhle Sibiya and Damon Beard of ECR

Severe thunderstorms which hit KwaZulu-Natal in April this year took many lives and left thousands of structures destroyed – one of which was the Pentecostal Holiness Church in Empangeni. The...view more

Growing demand for quality bricks and pavers in eastern Gauteng prompted the opening of the Corobrik Springs Centre, the 25th Corobrik sales’ centre to be opened countrywide. Customers and their...view more

The Nelson Mandela University (NMU, previously NMMU) is a multi-campus institution with five campuses in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage.

After a substantial redesign, the NMU Business School...view more

The newly built kitchen at the Matroosberweg Primary School has been built from bricks donated by Corobrik. Constantia Travertine clay face bricks have been used to construct the kitchen that feeds one thousand primary school children every day.

More than 1 000 primary school pupils in Belhar, Western Cape, are receiving regular meals from the newly-built onsite kitchen constructed using 12 000 Constantia Travertine variation face bricks...view more

Knysna Fires

Picture this, you’re sitting down with your architect in the beginning stages of planning your dream home and you realise that every decision from design to function is yours to make. This can be...view more

Designed to achieve the illustrious 5Star Green Star SA rating for its sustainability, the Government's newest office building in Bellville, has been constructed using many effective design...view more

LCA handover

In 2013, ClayBrick.org and the University of Pretoria made history through the signing of the agreement to pursue the industry 'Life Cycle Assessme

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