Saint-Gobain Sub-Saharan Africa Delegation in South Africa
NO 1 Shale Road,
N1 Business Park
Old Johannesburg and Tlokwa roads
Kosmodal – Ext. 7
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Saint-Gobain places open innovation at the heart of its strategy. That is why this year the Group is endorsing AFRICARENA by issuing two challenges. AFRICARENA is a tech ecosystem accelerator conference which aims at showcasting Africa's best startups and innovators in front of an audience of local and international investors.
This year, to celebrate what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, we want to make a difference at 10 schools on the African continent with initiatives ranging from insulating ceilings to improving ablution facilities. Our employees will dedicate time to do maintenance work, as well as collect stationery, educational books and magazines.
There have been various reports in Pakistan and in online publications regarding Lodhia Gypsum investing in a plasterboard plant in Pakistan.
No investment has ever been considered in Pakistan by the company.
The first prize of the 14th International Saint-Gobain MultiComfort House Students Contest was awarded to Vahin Parmananda and Mthokozisi Sibisi, from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Their project “Solar.Creek.Community” combines innovation and vernacular architecture with a climate driven approach to create sustainable communities.
On 27 July 2017, the Africa Architecture Awards announced a shortlist of 20 projects, which now stand in line for a trophy in either the Built, Speculative, Emerging Voices or Critical Dialogue category; or, the overall Grand Prix award of USD$10 000.
There were 139 entries in the Built category, 91 entries in the Speculative category, 44 entries in the Emerging Voices category and 34 entries in the Critical Dialogue category.
Following our previous announcement regarding the cyber-attack which impacted SaintGobain on June 27, 2017, we are pleased to announce that the last operations which were still experiencing difficulties returned to normal at the start of the week.