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Housing Construction India

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Housing Construction India Home Construction India




About - moladi Housing
Patented Building System designed in 1986
Housing formwork
Trademark moladi
Uses of Housing Construction Building System
Build low-cost homes
Build low-cost houses
Build low cost classrooms
Build double storey
Construct multi storey homes
Construct walls fast
Home building
Home Formwork construction
Thermal walls in homes
India wall system
India Homes
Quality Homes


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Keywords - moladi, india, Home, house. housing, construction, poverty, development, construction, system, formwork, technology, plastic forms, shutter

Cost Of Building A House In Nigeria

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Cost Of Building A House In Nigeria

Read more - www.moladi.net
Keywords - Cost Of Building A House In Nigeria, building in Nigeria, cost, cost of construction, cost per square meter, Nigeria, Lagos, homes, houses, conventional, brick, block

Green building technologies

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Green building technologies

Combining shelter and economic development, moladi is set to challenge the tradition bound construction industry in order to allow for the participation of contractors and entrepreneurs to empower and develop communities on a global basis.
Due to the neglect of the poor and very poor over many decades, the real source of market promise is not the wealthy few in the developing world, or even the emerging middle-income consumers: It is the billions of aspiring poor who are joining the market economy for the first time.


By focusing on aspects of the construction industry, it is possible to generate wealth and opportunities for emerging communities by introducing and facilitating mutually beneficial projects between these communities and the established formal sector. Mobilise joint ventures and partnerships involving business, community based and non-governmental organisations, facilitating the establishment of Co-operatives are but some of the options that can b…

NEDLAC - How to create jobs and Employment in South Africa

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NEDLAC - How to create jobs and Employment in South Africa - moladi
The ISSUE - UNEMPLOYMENT and POVERTYDeputy President Kgalema Motlanthe - Address on the occasion of the 16th National Economic Development and Labour Council Annual Summit, Johannesburg - NEDLACThe priorities of this council are: To accelerate annual introduction of artisans into the economyTo ensure greater access to further education and training opportunitiesTo support the jobs fund by developing worker education and on the job training programmesTo review sector skills plans.Mike Schussler - “South Africa needs to create 10 million jobs in the next 10 years to become a normal country” - Times LiveProf. Peter Karungu of WitsUniversity - “South Africa should be focussing on “Blue Collar” jobs. Trades that would be required in the future economic development plans for South Africa, such as Infrastructure and Housing. Training is one of the fundamentals in preparing these learners and artisans to not only be employed, b…

Providing affordable housing finance solutions

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Providing affordable housing finance solutions




Moladi Affordable housing

Housing provision remains one of the greatest items on the public finance policy agenda in South Africa.
Millions of people are still waiting for suitably located, affordable accommodation, which would improve the quality of their livelihood. This is evidenced by continuous national debates and various policy pronouncements by government regarding the need for rapid delivery of sustainable human settlements.
The housing challenge is severe in Gauteng, with people flooding to the economic hub in search of work and a better quality of life.
The banking sector has, for some time, been reluctant to fund the low-income housing market due to perceived high risk of the low-end housing market segment.
Finance provider, the Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF), is looking to partner with companies seeking to develop affordable residential properties for rental for households with an income of up to R12 000. The GPF aims to assist com…

Formwork Construction

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Formwork Construction

Formwork Construction System - www.moladi.net
has been supplying its comprehensive formwork construction system, of which the formwork is merely a constituent of this technology, for the past 25 years. As a result, we do not simply supply modular plastic formwork, but a holistic building technology, that has been specifically designed and is proven too benefit the end user with its simplicity and ease of use, reducing construction cost.
has developed a cast house system to construct durable structures of quality in the shortest possible time.




This system has developed into a construction technology that addresses eight key challenges embodied in the low cost and affordable housing shortages facing developing countries namely:
lack of resourcesinsufficient fundsskills shortagetime constraintwork flow controltime constraintswastereduce building materials costmoladi 


Keywords - moladi, formwork construction, formwork, shutter, modular plastic formwork, build, houses, …

Black economic window dressing

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Economic freedom: The new Swart Gevaar or black economic window dressing

Columnists: Khaya Dlanga




Perhaps I should start off with some shocking numbers, which I’m sure some will tell me I haven’t put in line with population numbers, education levels and other such factors. Well, there are other societies in the world that are similar to ours but hardly as unequal.

In 1995, just a year after the demise of apartheid, the average white income was R48 387, R9 668 for coloureds, R23 424 for Asians and a whopping R6 525 for blacks. Fast forward to 2008. You think things might have improved because you see lots of black folks driving fancy cars and eating in fancy restaurants, right? Let's see if you are right. White per capita income in 2008 was R75 297, coloured was R16 527, R51 457 for Asians and a bling, bling R9 790 for blacks. While a white person makes R100 a black person makes R13.

This is after BEE, AA and all sorts of other acronyms we have decided to put in place. None of them h…

How to create jobs and Employment in South Africa

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moladi proposal to NEDLAC - How to create jobs and Employment in South Africa


The ISSUE - UNEMPLOYMENT and POVERTYDeputy President Kgalema Motlanthe - Address on the occasion of the 16th National Economic Development and Labour Council Annual Summit, Johannesburg - NEDLACThe priorities of this council are: To accelerate annual introduction of artisans into the economyTo ensure greater access to further education and training opportunitiesTo support the jobs fund by developing worker education and on the job training programmesTo review sector skills plans.Mike Schussler - “South Africa needs to create 10 million jobs in the next 10 years to become a normal country” - Times LiveProf. Peter Karungu of WitsUniversity - “South Africa should be focussing on “Blue Collar” jobs. Trades that would be required in the future economic development plans for South Africa, such as Infrastructure and Housing. Training is one of the fundamentals in preparing these learners and artisans to not only be…

Hennie Botes -Speaker - Pacific Housing Forum

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Hennie Botes -Speaker - Pacific Housing Forum



Hennie Botes is the CEO of Moladi Construction Systems, and is an inventor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. As the designer of a multi-award winning affordable housing technology, he has more than 23 years of experience in the building industry. Mr. Botes has a broad-based understanding of the challenges that face affordable housing throughout the world and has gained unique insight into how businesses and governments can work together to eradicate the global housing shortage. In addition to driving the success of Moladi technology, he continues to provide consulting services to governments, advisers, and institutions.
Keywords - Hennie Botes, moladi, speaker, Pacific Housing Forum, plastic formwork technology, inventor, affordable housing