Construction and materials group Raubex, one of the few JSE-listed survivors of SA’s recently weak building market, says the state’s infrastructure drive and high commodity prices has helped deliver a record order book as well as three to five years of future work for the first time.

Tendering activity appears to be at a record high, CEO Rudolf Fourie told Business Day, with the monetary value of work in the market the best he has seen in his three decades in the industry...

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