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Innovate Africa-moladi

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Innovate Africa-moladi



moladi has been invited by CNBC AFRICA to participate in the show “Innovate Africa” - As the title suggests the show focuses on innovation in Africa.  This particular recording the emphasis is on Innovation in the Construction and Building Industry inAfrica (new materials, new designs, innovative building techniques etc.)  and who else more equipped to participate other than our CEO, Hennie Botes.

According to the Southern African Innovation Network, South African inventors have a lot to be proud of. Some of these ingenious creations have appeared in magazines, via online education platforms or on television documentaries. Innovate Africa will showcase a wide range of topics that will uncover some of the hidden innovative projects aimed at releasing untapped potential in Africa.

“These brilliant people have indirectly touched the lives of so many, both at home and across the globe,” says CNBC Africa chief editor, Godfrey Mutizwa. “Innovate Africa focuses on Africa…

Reconstruction rebuilding Homes Houses Buildings-Typhoon Haiyan

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Reconstruction rebuilding Homes Houses Buildings-Typhoon Haiyan

About 70-80% of homes, houses and buildings in the area in the path of Haiyan in Leyte province was destroyed, said chief superintendent Elmer Soria


At least 10,000 people are thought to have died in the central Philippine province of Leyte after Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever to make landfall, lashed the area, swallowing coastal towns, a senior police official said early on Sunday morning.

About 70-80% of the buildings in the area in the path of Haiyan in Leyte province was destroyed, said chief superintendent Elmer Soria. "We had a meeting last night with the governor and the other officials. The governor said based on their estimate, 10,000 died," he said.

Now the  lives of the people affected by this devastation has to be reconstructed and rebuilt. We offer our services to those needing assistance to rebuild their homes, schools and other buildings during the reconstruction period.




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Typhoon Haiyan: Homes Houses Buildings destroyed

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Typhoon Haiyan: Homes Houses buildings destroyed
About 70-80% of homes, houses and buildings in the area in the path of Haiyan in Leyte province was destroyed, said chief superintendent Elmer Soria


At least 10,000 people are thought to have died in the central Philippine province of Leyte after Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever to make landfall, lashed the area, swallowing coastal towns, a senior police official said early on Sunday morning.

About 70-80% of the buildings in the area in the path of Haiyan in Leyte province was destroyed, said chief superintendent Elmer Soria. "We had a meeting last night with the governor and the other officials. The governor said based on their estimate, 10,000 died," he said.

Now the  lives of the people affected by this devastation has to be reconstructed and rebuilt. We offer our services to those needing assistance to rebuild their homes, schools and other buildings during the reconstruction period.


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Concrete modular form manufacturers

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moladi produces a modular plastic form or formwork system used in the construction industry for the production of mass affordable housing

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