Welcome to Indawo's Blog

Get the latest developments, see our achievements, media articles and welfare organisations we have supported through the years.

See where Indawo has been while painting, waterproofing, doing building refurbishment, roofing, flooring and asbestos removal in CapeTown, Western Cape up to Johannesburg and Pretoria in Gauteng. For a leading painting, waterproofing, building refurbsihment or roofing contractor, look no further than right here.

Look what we have achieved and done!

Join us on a trip down memory lane! We have featured in many newspapers, magazines and online publications for our good work done in painting, waterproofing, construction, roofing, flooring, building refurbishment and asbestos removal and asbestos handling in Cape Town, Western Cape and Johanesburg and Pretoria in Gauteng and Tshwane.

Protecting wine assets

South African wines are known all over the world, and when it comes to winemakers protecting their investments, they have to ensure their buildings are secure from the harsh Western Cape climate.

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Interest rates to impact construction

A somewhat surprising move by the South African Reserve Bank last month to hike its key lending rate (repo rate) by 50 basis points, prompting banks to increase their prime lending rate by a similar margin, released nervous sentiment among industry role players in the construction industry.

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Durbanville Children’s Home

The Durbanville Children’s Home has received generous support from Indawo over the past few years. The CEO of Indawo Mr Peter Jack is a passionate member of our fundraising and marketing sub committee and has give strategic guidance pertaining to marketing and fundraising for the Children’s home over a number of years.

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Maintenance involves more than superficial repairs

Weekend Argus 29 May 2011 - Maintenance involves more than superficial repairs Bodies Corporate and building owners know the difficulties faced in their maintenance obligations. In many cases the biggest problem is available budget for the enormous repair bill that...

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Jake White and Rob Boyce – Wilgenhof

Wilgenhof is the oldest male residence in Stellenbosch and the Second Oldest in South Africa. A willow was the first residence to officially own a pub on the grounds of the university. The building, Old Bachelors, in which the pub currently resides, was inaugurated in 1974 by the Vice Chancellor and Old Boy of Wilgenhof, Dr. J.S. Gericke. Old Bachelors is also a National Heritage Site.

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The Big Issue

Our Staff donned their red overalls, matching yellow t-shirts and got their hands dirty. Amazing work was done by all involved…

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Contact Details

 

 

Cape Town Branch
Unit 2, Transnet Park, Robert Sobukwe Road, Bellville, 7530
Tel: +27 (21) 941 5000

Gauteng Branch
166 Golf Club Terrace, Constantia Kloof, Roodepoort, 1709
Tel: 086 146 3296

 

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