Engineering skills remain the most difficult for companies to fill. According to the Top 100 scarce skill occupations in South Africa list released by the Department of Higher Education and training (DHET), engineering skills occupy the first 20 spots.
SAICE Division chairs and vice chairs met with CEO Manglin Pillay and COO Steven Kaplan on 24 February 2016 at SAICE National Office in Midrand. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss issues pertaining to the better servicing of members using the available divisional resources and capacity.
By now you should’ve already heard about SAICE’s Charity Golf Day, which is taking place on 7 April 2016 at the Randpark Golf Club. If you haven’t, where have you been?
SAICE held the second National Investigative Project Showdown for South African universities’ civil engineering departments on 19 February 2016, at the PPS Indaba Centre in Parktown, Johannesburg.
During November 2015, in support of the separation of the supply chain for infrastructure procurement and delivery management from that for general goods and services, National Treasury issued the following two documents…
Get excited, feel it – the countdown has begun.Taking place at Gallagher Estate on 9 – 11 May 2016 – Civilution Congress 2016 is one event that should not be missed.
Which University and University of Technology graduates are most sought after in the civil engineering consulting and construction industries in South Africa in relation to the various technical disciplines of Civil Engineering
SAICE in partnership with CESA will be issuing a membership survey to identify industry sentiment on the matter
The Young Members Panel (YMP) convened on 12 February 2016, at SAICE National Office, Midrand. The YMP is a national forum which was established a number of years ago with the view of creating a forum for SAICE members under the age of 36 to address the needs and interests of the younger SAICE membership group.
The first SAICE International Panel (SIP) meeting kicked off on 16 February 2016 at SAICE House in Midrand. Panel members that were present included SAICE President Chris Herold, Manglin Pillay (SAICE CEO), Peter Kleynhans (SAICE President 2012), Tony Smith (Chairman of the Joint Structural Division), Munya Mutyora (Young Members Panel representative), Alain Jacquet (Chairman of ICE-SA) and Steven Kaplan (SAICE COO).