Crushing Cabinet Reshuffle – SAICE speaks out against consequences

Author : Marie Ashpole The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) expresses deep concern on President Zuma’s unwarranted Cabinet reshuffle and the resulting dire consequences on the economy and negative impact on infrastructure development in South Africa. Seen as an ‘honest broker, non-partisan, impartial and unprejudiced voice for the civil engineering profession’, SAICE cannot…

In Black & White

Author : Manglin Pillay It is a misnomer that racial and related economic transformation in the civil engineering and construction sector is not happening. The numbers tell a different story. Government has consistently invested more than 7% of GDP annually on infrastructure development over the past eight years, and is promising injections of trillions of…

SAICE AGM 2017

In order to better prepare SAICE members wishing to attend the AGM on 11 April 2017, we have linked the following draft Audited Annual Financial Statements (AFS) for the year ending 31 December 2016 to this newsletter: SAICE Group Consolidated  SAICE Institution  SAICE (Pty) Ltd  We will also communicate the Auditors Management Report and the…

Launching soon at SAICE is our very own Fire Engineering Division!

Fire engineering in the professional organisation includes the skills of fire protection engineers, fire safety engineers, fire engineers, and allied professionals. The goal of establishing this division is to engineer a fire safe world, in which the Division pursues its vision by serving its members and customers through world-class information, education, credentialing and advocacy. In…

Cape Town Region sets the pace!

Author : Lorraine Mpofana The SAICE delegation led by 2017 President Sundran Naicker and CEO Manglin Pillay kicked off their branch visit trail for the year with a 4 day tour of the SAICE Cape Town region. The visit itself which lasted from 6-8 March 2017, saw the delegation make a stop at various institutions…

TRANSFORMATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

It is a misnomer that racial and related economic transformation in the civil engineering and construction sector is not happening. The numbers tell a different story. Government has consistently invested more than 7% of GDP annually on infrastructure development over the past 8 years, and promises of injections of trillions of Rands into future infrastructure…