Algoa Brick’s Port Elizabeth production facility in the Eastern Cape, has an annual capacity of 45 million bricks. We focus on NFP and NFX stock and maxi bricks.
Algoa not only sponsored bricks, but also paid for a professional bricklayer to put down paving to fix an inaccessible entrance at Khayalethu Youth Centre
Take a tour of our production facilities in Gqeberha (previously Port Elizabeth) There are two plants on site - Plant 2 is exactly double the capacity of Plant 1.
Algoa Brick manufactures a full range of quality clay bricks, and has supplied to the Nelson Mandela Bay and Eastern Cape region for nearly 80 years. There are two production […]
In mid-2020, Algoa Brick took delivery of a Bernini sawdust burning system capable of firing a complete zone of the Plant 2 tunnel kiln. A combination of coal and biomass is used, depending on availability of local sawdust.
Algoa Brick is proud to host an annual tour of Construction Management students from the Nelson Mandela University. On the tour, they learn about clay brick production processes as well as the benefits of clay bricks.
Algoa helps agricultural project for children and adults with HIV/AIDS As part of our Social Responsibility to the community, and specifically focusing on our staff sending areas, Algoa Brick was […]
Algoa helps street children break the cycle of poverty The ACVV Khayalethu Youth Centre, a permanent alternative for boys living on the street. The centre was started in 1996. Khayalethu […]
In addition to its own production, which focuses on plaster bricks, Algoa also specifies and distributes a face bricks sourced from top-quality manufacturers in the Eastern Cape.
Nico Mienie, managing director of Algoa Brick, has been recognised for his lifetime service to the clay brick industry. At the 2019 Award ceremony, CBA President Colin Meyer announced the 2019 Honorary Member.