View this email in your browser SAICE North West branch – presidential visit Feedback on a questionnaire from SAICE members in North West, indicated a number of issues that they would like to be addressed locally and nationally. It ranged from requests for decentralising seminars, CPD courses, Civil Talks, etc. to benefit members in the…
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A SAICE delegation led by SAICE President, Chris Herold, CEO Manglin Pillay, Past President Peter Kleynhans and President Elect Sundran Naicker met with NHBRC Director and Fellow of SAICE Dr Jeffery Mahachi and a number of invited engineering professionals from various sectors, including government, over a breakfast meeting to discuss the challenges associated with the transformation of SAICE structures to represent equally, black, women and young professionals.
SAICE’s Young Members Panel (YMP) has taken on the task of empowering South Africa’s future civil engineers by conducting a series of road-shows across the country.
The latest movement in engineering history, termed Civilution, encourages engineers along a path of technical and intellectual revolution in order to achieve the development imperatives of modern South Africa.
It is that time of the year again! The SAICE presidential visit is on hand taking place on 21 – 22 April 2016. Dr Chris Herold, 2016 SAICE president, will be accompanied by Manglin Pillay, CEO of SAICE.