• 2015

    Masimba Holdings Limited unbundles its pipe systems manufacturing unit through a dividend-in-specie, resulting in its subsequent listing on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange as Proplastics Limited.

  • 2013

    Murray & Roberts (Zimbabwe) Limited rebrands to Masimba Holdings Limited.

  • 2012

    Murray & Roberts South Africa sells 46.46% shares to Zumbani Capital.

  • 1997

    Murray & Roberts South Africa reduces its shareholding from 65% to 46,46%.

  • 1997

    International Holdings Limited rebrands to Murray & Roberts (Zimbabwe) Limited.

  • 1980

    Murray & Roberts (Rhodesia) Limited rebrands to International Holdings Limited.

  • 1974

    After a successful IPO, Roberts Construction rebranded and listed on the Rhodesia Stock Exchange as Murray & Roberts (Rhodesia) Limited.

  • 1965

    Promat, now known as Proplastics, was established as a subsidiary of Roberts Construction to manufacture and supply complete plastic pipe systems.

  • 1951

    Roberts Construction Rhodesia registered as a property development company.

  • 1950

    Roberts Construction awarded Victoria Falls Hydro-Electric Power contract.

  • 1934

    Douglas Roberts, a Civil Engineer, starts Roberts Construction in South Africa.