SAICE Student Membership

Becoming a student member of SAICE is your first step towards joining the biggest network of civil engineering professionals in South Africa. Not only will you enjoy all the physical benefits of membership, but you will also be benefiting your future career from an early stage. A Student Member is a person who: At the…

SA GeoTech 2017

SA GeoTech 2017 conference and exhibition: Geo-technology systems, solutions and applications  You are cordially invited to attend SA GeoTech 2017 conference and exhibition.  SA GeoTech 2017 focusses on leading edge geospatial and measurement technologies for precision, planning and performance, including skills, solutions and applications for engineers (electrical, mining, mechanical, civil and consulting), technologists, technicians, surveyors,…

Aqualibrium Regional Competition

The SAICE Aqualibrium Schools Water Competition is aimed at creating awareness regarding the issues surrounding water in South Africa. It spreads the message that water is a precious commodity, which should be recycled, re-used and respected. The competition see’s various SAICE regions hosting their own leg of the competition – the winners of which are…

From the CEO’s desk – The prodigal son

A long time ago, in a faraway country, there lived a great man. His affluence extended over lush land, bountiful sheep and cattle, all under a prolific climate. His influence was sought after by kings, queens and noblemen from around the world, because he possessed a good name, and he was famous for his breadth…

Minister sticks to her guns with Cubans

Author : Marie Ashpole Replying to a question from the National Council of Provinces, Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane, defended her department’s decision to continue employing Cuban technicians and engineers to exchange skills within the department’s Water Programme. The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) is perturbed that South African civil engineering…