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​​cidb Newsletter:  Concrete Issue 7 

Download a copy of the latest cidb Concrete newsletter and read about: the cidb Board Member: Dr Natalie Skeepers​; the 2016 cidb provincial stakeholder liaison meetings; building information modelling  and much more.  ​​Read​ here...


NOTICE:  cidb Fax Number Change

​Please be advised that the cidb is now making use of a national fax number 087 238 5555, which is already active.  The previous individual fax numbers will remain active up until Wednesday, November 30th, 2016.  Both the old and new numbers are available for use with the old numbers decommissioned 30 November 2016.  We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.​


cidb Annual Report 2015/2016

This is an integrated annual review and summary of our operations and financial statements for the financial year 2015 /2016.  To access the annual report click here…​




MEDIA STATEMENT - Voluntary Rebuild Programme and cidb Agreement with Companies Involved in Construction Collusion

Johannesburg, 11 October, 2016: The Construction Industry Development Board has welcomed the announcement today, of the signing of the Voluntary Rebuild Programme (VRP) Agreement between Government and six of the fifteen companies involved in the collusion uncovered by the Competition Commission in the past. 

Compliance Monitor - October 2016

The 3rd quarter cidb Compliance Monitor providing indicators of the level of compliance to i-tender/ Register of Projects by public sector construction client is now available



Q3 - SME Business Condition Survey, September 2016

Read about the contractor's sentiments on business conditions in the construction industry in our 3rd quarter SME Business Conditions Survey released in December 2015. The Business Conditions Survey measures business sentiment among contractors in cidb Grades 3 to 7.



 Message to all Contractors with Lesotho Nationals in their Employ 

Government has given Lesotho nationals living in South Africa illegally a chance to apply for a special permit that is valid until 2019. On behalf of the Department of Home Affairs, the cidb would like to appeal to all contractors who have Lesotho nationals in their employ to encourage such employees to make use of this opportunity to apply for the Lesotho Special Permit. The amnesty applies to Basotho nationals who have been illegally residing in the RSA before September 2015. Deadline for applications is 31 December 2016.

For more information visit: or reach the call center on: +27 87 230 0411.