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Clay bricks last for centuries! Some structures built with clay bricks have been recorded to have been around since 4400 BC, question is - if builders in ancient times put their trust in clay...view more

Caption: (img 2441) Pictured at the first event held at the KZN Institute of Architecture offices in Glenwood Durban are from left Patrick Smith, SAIA-KZN President; Christine van den Bergh, Corobrik; Skura Mtembu, SAIA-KZN Vice-President; Jo Lees, SAIA-KZN Member; Adheema Davis, SAIA-KZN Vice-President.

Corobrik’s ongoing support of architects and architecture has been extended with the sponsorship of the SAIA-KZN First Thursdays – a monthly programme which showcases the work of local architects...view more

Award-winning development, The Gayles Estate in Evander, Mpumalanga is only 8km away from Secunda, making it an affordable housing option for Sasol employees. Federale Stene’s Semiface Travetine (...view more

Clay pavers have been used at the new Loftus Park precinct in Pretoria.

The Loftus Park precinct in Pretoria is a large-scale, mixed-use development that will seek to stimulate growth within this region. Contributing to this integrated commercial and retail...view more

What is the objective of the online submission of brick manufacturing statistics?

This online platform will allow advanced monitoring of performance against various Key Sustainability Indicators (...view more

Parkview Primary (Apollo Brick Atlantis)

When you make energy-efficient construction decisions, you can expect that your building will cost less to operate, produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions and be a more comfortable place to live,...view more

October 2018

CBA President Colin Meyer

"It gives me great pleasure to report on my first three months in office.

Switch Africa Green Project

All members should be aware...view more

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PICTURE CREDIT: The Merrivale Academy - The successful graduates from the Corobrik-sponsored Animal Production NQF Level 1 learnership are (from front row to back): Thandokuhle Mavuso, Nelisiwe Sibeko, Lindokuhle Mthembu, Sphumelele Khanyile, Nokuzotha Mjwara, Nandisa Mncwabe, Sibusiso Ngcobo, Balungile Sokupola, Siphephile Hlongwane, Samukelo Ndaba, Siphamandla Biyela, Thobeka Chiliza, Qiniso Buthelezi, Siyabonga Dlamini, Lwandile Ngcoya and Mthokozisi Khumalo.

Corobrik’s dedication to community empowerment through ongoing educational opportunities has afforded 18 individuals with disabilities the opportunity to achieve an Animal Production NQF Level 1...view more

PHOTO CREDIT: Warwick Preddy/Greenspace Studio

Timeless face brick has allowed for the subtle fusion of old and new in the elegant construction of St David’s Marist Inanda’s new boarding house and multi-sports facility, officially opened in...view more

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