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The Herald Online **News**

The Herald Online **News**

THOUSANDS of defective government-built houses in the Eastern Cape are to be fixed.
The National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is calling for expressions of interest from suitably qualified companies to rectify all houses in the Eastern Cape with structural defects and not suitable for human habitation.
A total of 11 531 houses have been identified throughout the province for rectification. Municipalities where these houses have been identified are Nelson Mandela Bay, Ukhahlamba, Chris Hani, Amathole, Buffalo City, Alfred Nzo, O R Tambo and Cacadu.
In a programme called “Rectification of Houses”, Housing Minister Lindiwe Sisulu in 2005 requested the provincial housing department to ensure that these houses met the NHBRC‘s technical requirements.
“It is against this background that the Eastern Cape provincial housing department, in collaboration with the NHBRC, hereby invites developers and contractors to a briefing session for consideration to partic…

allAfrica.com: Botswana: Magama Develops Cold Feet As Saleshando Moves BHC Motion (Page 1 of 1)

allAfrica.com: Botswana: Magama Develops Cold Feet As Saleshando Moves BHC Motion (Page 1 of 1): "Ramadeluka Seretse"

The Botswana National Front (BNF) MP for Gaborone South, Akanyang Magama, developed cold feet on Friday when he deferred a motion requesting government to amend Sections 32 and 35 of the country's Constitution.
The MP wanted the sections amended to provide for the direct election of the state president and to abolish automatic succession to the presidency by the Vice President.
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He did not give reasons for deferring the motion. Two motions by the Leader of Opposition, Otsweletse Moupo could not be discussed because he had travelled with Selebi-Phikwe East MP, Nonofo Molefhi to Tanzania on Friday morning to attend a conference HIV/AIDS legislation.
The MP for Gaborone Central, Dumelang Saleshando, tabled a motion requesting government to review the mandate of the Botswana Housing Corporation (BHC) and empower…

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Business Report - Mass housing ready to hit boom times

Business Report - Mass housing ready to hit boom times

Pretoria - Despite billions being pumped into the construction of low-cost housing, the backlog persists at close to 2 million units, says Industry Insight, the construction industry information supplier.However, there has been an improvement in the percentage of people living in informal dwellings, according to the firm's fourth-quarter report on the state of the South African construction industry.It says the policies applied so far have not helped the broad mass of people. The housing needs of low- to middle-income home buyers were often ignored by developers in the recent boom period.However, it says the low-cost and affordable housing sector may yet boom while the traditional residential market is experiencing a slump.It says R39.32 billion of the government's R372 billion five-year infrastructure budget was allocated to this sector.Industry Insight predicts that civil investment will rise by an average of 15.6 percent…

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The Herald Online **News**

The Herald Online **News**

THE provincial housing department is now calling on outside housing delivery stakeholders to come in and assist in a new housing delivery turnaround strategy.
Some of the key issues are the retraining of emerging contractors, the development of a policy on these contractors, demand and supply management and the registering of housing delivery associations with the department, the National Housing Building Research Council and the Construction Industry Development Board.
These measures are intended to improve housing delivery and product quality. With a total of 484 provincial housing projects, of which only 209 are completed, and 108 others blocked, the provincial housing department faces a mammoth task.
Several meetings have already been held with various stakeholders, including Nafcoc Construction, banks and municipalities, to map out a strategy aimed at improving housing delivery.
According to a report prepared by the department, the Nelson Mandela Bay municip…

allAfrica.com: Kenya: NHC Commits Sh50m to Benefit Low Cost Housing (Page 1 of 1)

allAfrica.com: Kenya: NHC Commits Sh50m to Benefit Low Cost Housing (Page 1 of 1): "Erastus Rinatangu"

The construction of low cost houses has received a boost with the National Housing Corporation set to shed its high street image by venturing into rural areas and suburban zones.
NHC has announced a Sh50 million initial commitment to finance property or unserviced plots away from major towns where most developers, running away from high land costs around the city, are focusing on.
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The scheme is targeting individuals wishing to own houses in these areas where, apart from affordable land, the building code is not strictly enforced, making construction cheaper.

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