Middelburg District Hospital

The new Middelburg Hospital will replace the current district hospital which is in a dire state, and no longer able to adequately serve its growing local population.

The hospital will consist of a fully equipped Out Patient Department, extensive Labour, and Trauma Units. 220 Ward Beds, 4 modern Theatres with full support facilities. The Hospital will serve as an academic institution to facilitate medical students in the region. For this reason, the Hospital will include onsite accommodation for Doctors, Nurses, and Students.

The Training centre will consist of Lecture Rooms and a 400seater Auditorium. The Site will also Include a Creche and a public Cafe. The project has been designed to be a Fully IUSS compliant, Level 1 District Hospital. Provisions have been made for future expansion of the Hospital up to 350 Ward beds and an additional two theatres.


Mpumalanga International Fresh Produce Market

The Mpumalanga International Fresh Produce Market (MIFPM), established by the Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency is a significant project that will enhance food security, create jobs and improve nutritional standards for underprivileged communities.

The market aims to link small scale black farmers with local, regional and international buyers, thereby driving economic growth at both provincial and national levels.

The MIFPM features Open trading halls for fruits and vegetables, A meat, fish and flower market, Cold storage, ripening facilities and pallet handling, Processing and export facilities, Bulk breaking facilities for retail outlets, Links with statutory organisations like Customs and EuroGap, Logistics enterprises and shared collation and packhouse facilities for SMMEs, Commercial services like banks and restaurant and a food bank for NGOs.

Additionally, the MIFPM will comply with international best practices in food safety, traceability and infrastructure.


Enza Civils' crucial role in shaping SA's infrastructure future

Enza Civils, a division of Enza Construction, is strategically positioning itself to play a pivotal role in addressing South Africa’s pressing infrastructure needs in the water, transport, and energy sectors. As the country grapples with significant infrastructure challenges, Enza Civils stands at the forefront, ready to provide essential solutions.

Coen Naicker, Divisional Director at Enza Construction, along with Civils Contracts Directors Riaz Cassoojee, Ian Ferguson, and new team member John Hopewell, shared key insights into the company’s future, outlining an optimistic long-term outlook. Together, they provided a comprehensive overview of the civil engineering industry and Enza Civils’ strategic direction, highlighting the company’s readiness to tackle the nation’s infrastructure demands.

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Enza Construction and Tractionel Enterprise Drive infrastructure development in South Africa

Enza Construction, a leading player in the construction industry, and Tractionel Enterprise, a wholly owned subsidiary of Enza, specialising in electrical infrastructure, proudly announce a collaborative effort to address South Africa’s future capacity challenges and expand into renewable energy initiatives, alongside the rehabilitation of the nation’s rail infrastructure.

This drive brings together two industry giants, leveraging Enza’s two decades of construction expertise and Tractionel’s four-decade-long legacy in delivering robust electrical infrastructure solutions. With a combined experience spanning over 60 years, this partnership is poised to offer unparalleled synergy and become the preferred infrastructure solution provider in South Africa, contributing significantly to the nation’s economic growth.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa visits Middelburg’s new provincial hospital

As part of the District Development Model Presidential Imbizo, President Cyril Ramaphosa visited Middelburg’s new provincial hospital.

President Ramaphosa was welcomed by a distinguished crowd consisting of Steve Tshwete Executive Mayor Mhlonishwa Masilela, Nkangala District Mayor Thomas Ngwenya, Premier of Mpumalanga Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane and Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi, among others.

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Sustainability in Action: Enza Construction’s Key Role in Seriti Vunumoya MTS & LILO

Enza Construction, a well-established player in integrated building and infrastructure solutions in South Africa, highlights its expertise in civil engineering through its involvement in the Seriti Vunumoya MTS & LILO project. The completion of the Early Works Contract marks a significant milestone in Enza Construction’s commitment to infrastructure development.

During the Early Works Contract phase, Enza Construction efficiently established the project site camp and conducted necessary earthworks, including the removal of 58,000m3 of topsoil and clay, laying the groundwork for future construction activities.

Enza Construction’s collaboration with Seriti Green is in alignment with Seriti Green’s sustainability objectives and transition to renewable energy production. The Vunumoya Wind Farm, located near Bethal in Mpumalanga, represents the initial phase of multiple renewable energy projects aimed at providing power to Gauteng. Enza Construction, along with Tractionel Enterprise, aims to establish itself as a reliable contractor for Seriti Green’s future projects in the region.

Despite the inherent challenges in executing EPC contracts, Enza Construction’s extensive experience in civil works positions it as a competent player in the infrastructure sector. The unique challenges of the Vunumoya project, such as weather variations and material differences in Mpumalanga, distinguish it from other infrastructure projects in South Africa.

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Work on Limpopo’s new R4-billion academic hospital begins in earnest

Plans are afoot to deliver Limpopo’s first academic hospital that will see the province’s residents no longer having to travel to Gauteng to receive tertiary medical services.

Acting premier, Seaparo Sekoati, led the sod-turning ceremony of the Limpopo Central Academic Hospital on Webster Street in Polokwane this week.

“This is going to be a 488-bed hospital providing over 20 services. Those services, amongst others, include all disciplines of surgery, trauma, burns, oncology, gynaecology, neonatal care, paediatrics and emergency medicine.

“This state-of-the-art facility will be essential in ensuring that our citizens have access to quality healthcare services. We have been making pronouncements on this great project over the years. Today it is pleasing that the ground has been cleared and work is beginning in earnest,” said Sekoati.

Joining the ceremony was Health Minister Dr Joe Phaahla, provincial health MEC Phophi Ramathoba and Polokwane mayor John Mpe, amongst many distinguished guests. Sekoati thanked Phaahla for the technical support received from his ministry and also praised the Polokwane local municipality for making the 25 hectares of land available.

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Enza Construction: Transforming Healthcare Infrastructure in Africa with innovation and expertise

In the ever-evolving world of healthcare, the need for modern and high-quality infrastructure has never been more crucial. Enza Construction, Africa’s leading integrated building and infrastructure solutions provider, is revolutionizing the healthcare sector with its commitment to excellence and an innovative approach. With a strong focus on healthcare capabilities, including hospitals, clinics, and specialized operations, Enza Construction is reshaping the landscape of healthcare infrastructure in South Africa.

The recently completed Dr. Pixley Ka Isaka Seme Memorial Hospital project stands as a testament to Enza Construction’s expertise and unwavering dedication to delivering world-class healthcare facilities.

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Construction of the new Limpopo Academic Hospital gets underway

Enza Construction has been awarded the contract to build the cutting-edge 488-bed hospital in Limpopo, Polokwane. We are delighted to present this exciting development that aims to revolutionise healthcare accessibility and provision in the region.
The vision is to create a state-of-the-art medical facility that will serve as a beacon of hope and healing for the people of Limpopo and its surrounding areas. With a strong commitment to excellence, innovation, and patient-centered care, this hospital will set new standards in healthcare delivery.
At the heart of the project is the desire to address the growing healthcare needs of the community. The 488-bed hospital will provide a wide range of medical services, including general and specialised care, outpatient clinics, and emergency services.
The design of the hospital is focused on creating a healing environment that promotes patient well-being. State-of-the-art facilities, advanced medical equipment, and cutting-edge technology that will empower its healthcare professionals to deliver superior care and treatment.
As part of Enza Construction’s commitment to sustainability, the construction of the hospital will adhere to environmentally friendly practices, minimizing its ecological footprint and promoting a healthy and green environment.


Artist impression of the Central Academic Hospital in Polokwane

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Marking a decade of progress in the Transformation of the Property Sector

The PSCC (Property Sector Charter Council) special edition write up to commemorate 10 years of transformation in the property sector.

Enza Construction is able to undertake all aspects of the property implementation process and is able to offer a holistic and integrated solution from property development, design, construction, project management and asset management. This wide range of capabilities ensures that Enza Construction is able to meet the demands of a diverse range of projects and client needs.
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