Johannesburg, 27 June 2018 – The successful Load Up and Win promotion by Sephaku Cement reached a high point last Friday, as the keys to a brand new Toyota Hi-lux Single Cab were handed to the grand prize winner, Amanda Johnson. The handover took place at...

Job creation for youth and artisan development featured high on priorities committed to in the State of the Province Address delivered by Premier Supra Mahumapelo of the North West Province Legislature and Mpumalanga Premier, David Mabuza in June. Responding to commitments from the Provincial leaders...

Construction of the Sephaku Cement Aganang plant, a Greenfields project through which a high tech integrated clinker and cement production plant is being establishedin the North West Province of South Africa, is forging ahead. To date, the majority of the large civil structures are complete...

South Africa’s forthcoming entrant into the cement market, Sephaku Cement, has concretised support for pragmatic skills development in the industry by co-funding a new organisation that will drive concrete-related training and accreditation. The new industry body replaces the C&CI that closed its doors on withdrawal...

THE SHARE PRICE OF SMALL CAP SEPHAKU HOLDINGS HAS ROCKETED BY 80% SINCE JANUARY – PROVING THAT WHEN THE FUNDAMENTALS LOOK GOOD, INVESTING IN A COMPANY WHOSE MAIN PRODUCTIVE CAPACITY IS NOT EVEN BUILT IS NOT TOO MUCH OF A LEAP OF FAITH. Sephaku is a...

Sephaku Cement, South Africa’s customer-focused cement producer is pleased to announce that it has dispatched its first bags of cement to customers across Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo. From its current offering of 50kg bags and bulk orders of Sephaku 32 and Sephaku 42 to its...

The cement industry will have greater competition from the end of next year when new entrant Sephaku starts production, CEO Pieter Fourie said last week. Sephaku is working with Sinoma, a Chinese company with cement plant building experience. The company will be the first new entrant...