Timber iQ - Design & Construction is a glossy magazine dedicated to all aspects of timber design and construction, bringing its readers relevant content that is in tune with the local market, as well as showcasing project features with international flair. Now entering its third year, Timber iQ engages industry leaders to share their expertise and insight, highlights top-class products and services in the local market, connects local trade through important industry information and company profiles, and features some of the most beautiful timber-infused architecture and design. Timber iQ also offers the informed consumer a practical and inspiring read that enhances their interest in timber and encourages the use of timber in practical DIY applications.
Timber iQ pays homage to timber, not only as a practical and green building material, but an aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional building materials. Our readership includes architects, specifiers, designers, contractors, builders, furniture manufacturers, sawmills, joineries, timber merchants, industry associations and their members (like the ITFB, ITC, SAWPA, TASA, SAWLFA, FBUMA, GRFMA, KSA, etc.) and suppliers to the entire value chain – from industrial tools and machinery, to fixtures, fittings, coatings and sealants.
African Mining provides valuable information on minerals’ exploration and mining developments throughout Africa. It reports on the continent’s renaissance in mining and market opportunities associated with it. The magazine is read by geologists, mining consultants and engineers, mine suppliers, and senior management and technical specialists at mines, as well as decision and policy makers within exploration companies, mining groups, government departments and financial institutions.
Published as a monthly magazine, African Mining is also available as a value-adding Digital Combo including a fortnightly e-mail bulletin and a monthly digital edition.View full product details
SA Affordable Housing is a unique publication that is dedicated entirely to the subject of affordable housing in South Africa today. We address topics and issues relating directly to rural and urban infrastructure planning and development and the delivery of affordable housing. SA Affordable Housing does not support any view that lends itself to the construction of new shacks and slums.
This publication is grounded in the absolute conviction that every South African must have access to a home and that these homes, and the infrastructure that supports them, must be of a standard that is reflective of the needs and dignity of our citizens.
Cold Link and Cold Chain Africa have joined forces to form a new publication called Cold Link Africa (incorporating Cold Chain). The publication focuses on all aspects of refrigeration, following the cold chain from producer to consumer, and includes content ranging from regular features, products, industry news, world trends and events, to topical issues and regulations.View full product details