Private Public Partnerships

On-going changes in the growth and development of the Company are geared to ensure that we take maximum advantage of opportunities in the market place. We have seen a definite shift in industry trends with a move away from traditional public sector work towards Private Public Partnerships (PPPs). This comes about as a realization that governments worldwide can no longer be expected to carry the burden of infrastructure development alone given the many competing socio-political priorities. As a Company we have realised this and we in a position to participate in PPP opportunities.

Red Ants

Corporate Social Responsibility

Red Ants has a strong client base in Both the Public and Private Sector. Some of our clients are listed below:


  • National Departments
  • Provincial Governmen
  • Municipalities
  • Private Clients




Our most valuable asset at Red Ants is our staff. They form the life blood and backbone of our operations. As a truly South African Company, we support and drive transformation. We are proud of our staff, 98% are historically disadvantaged individuals.


The Board

The Red Ants board adheres to strict corporate governance values. The Board sets the tone for accountability and transparency to create value for the benefit of all stakeholders. Operating within a complex and challenging economic climate, the board has managed to streamline the company’s product offering and activities. It implemented a strict marketing strategy, identified opportunities and grew shareholder value for Red Ants Group to remain competitive in this tough market.


The Company’s structure consists of a board, which includes a Chairperson, CEO, two Directors and an additional 4 members. They bring professional and technical expertise to the business, which forms the company’s operational framework.


Red Ants as adopted a clear sense of responsibility which recognises that as part of addressing the challenges facing society, self sustainable social programs have to be nurtured. The company’s social programs focus on skills development and educational initiatives.