Airports Company South Africa (ACSA)

R7 billion earmarked for Cape Town International Airport upgrades

Cape Town International Airport is in for R7 billion infrastructure upgrades planned over the next five years.

O.R Tambo launches an ambitious R4.5 billion mixed-use development

State-owned Airports Company SA (Acsa) on Tuesday launched a massive R4.5 billion mixed-use development set in the western precinct of OR Tambo International Airport.

Cape Town's formula for success

Cape Town continues to buck the trend and its International Airport is expected to reach a milestone in the next few weeks - 10 million passengers in a year for the first time.

The 2016 SA Women in Property Award winners announced

At a glittering event held at the Monte Casino Ballroom last night, the Women’s Property Network (WPN) celebrated the 2016 South African Women in Property Awards.

Durban’s King Shaka International Airport built without a feasibility study

Astonishing claims has surfaced, suggesting that the King Shaka International Airport in Durban was built without a feasibility study by Airports Company South Africa (Acsa).

SA's Top Women in Property Industry honored at WPN Awards

THE Women’s Property Network (WPN) honored and celebrated remarkable inspiring women doing exceptionally well in South Africa's property sector at a gala dinner which took place on Thursday evening at the Sun Square Ballroom, Montecasino.

Women’s Property Network Awards set to inspire

INSPIRATIONAL women of the Women’s Property Network (WPN) are to be honored for outstanding leadership role as they make inroads into the traditionally male-dominated sector.

Acsa on the doorstep of acquiring advisory tender in Ghana

State-run Airports Company SA (Acsa) is finalizing a deal to advise the operator of Ghana’s main airport on the construction of a new international terminal, with funding from the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA).

King Shaka Airport makes strides in preserving environment

KwaZulu-Natal’s King Shaka International Airport has made great strides in protecting and preserving the environment around it.

Old Durban International Airport site handed over to Transnet

The old Durban International Airport (DIA) has been handed over to Transnet to meet the demand for container capacity in Durban.

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