26 May 2014

SAICE Membership stats

Race Distribution

African – 3814 members
Asian – 696 members
White – 6044 members
Coloured – 508 members
Not specified – 418 members

Durban backs SAICE for the future of engineering

The Durban leg of the 2014 Presidential visits took place between 13 and 15 May. This 3 day tour of Durban saw the Presidential delegation, led by President Stanford Mkhacane and CEO Manglin Pillay, visit no less than six vested stakeholders, who were representative of all spheres of the civil engineering industry.

Can the President and CEO fill the ‘Big Black Hole’?

Our presidential branch visit is just around the corner! Make sure you join President Stanford Mkhacane and SAICE CEO Manglin Pillay as they lend an ear and an extended arm to address some of the region's most crippling gripes. 

A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.

Tom McKune, Chairman of SPEBS recently sat down with SAICE to give us insight into what SPEBS is really about.

Book your spot today - Earthmoving Equipment, Technology & Management 

This three-day course, presented by Professor Zvi Borowitsh, has been in high demand for many years now, is aimed at engineers and technicians at technical and managerial levels, who are involved in the various stages of earthmoving in civil engineering projects - planning, execution and project management.

The New Engineering Qualifications: Industry Implications

Announcing a one-day industry workshop on the revised suite of engineering qualifications in South Africa. ECSA and the HEQC have approved comprehensive changes to the structure of engineering diplomas, and introduced an entirely new three-year Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree.

Department of Public Works - Built Environment (BEP) Policy - call for comment by SAICE Members

Dear SAICE Member, The Minister of Public Works has invited the public to comment on the Draft Built Environment (BEP) Policy. The invitation by the Department of Public Works calls for comments by 27 June 2014. SAICE members wishing to submit comments in connection on the Draft Built Environment (BEP) Policy are requested to do so via the SAICE Blog.

SAICE swings by the UJ Golf Day

SAICE recently sponsored a hole at UJ’s Civil Society Golf Day, which was held at CMR Golf Club.
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