It’s that time again, where SAICE engages with engineering practitioners below the age of 35.
Gaia is groaning and the world is going mal. Planes are falling out the sky, the usually quiet earth has begun to grumble, the sea is swallowing people up in their thousands, men are slaughtering children, brotherly friction continues to feudal proportions, and amidst the savannahs of this lunacy, a deadly viral infection inconspicuously postures itself to pounce upon humanity for the final fatal finish. And to these calamities, the unaffected are seduced to indifference.
SAICE CIVIL TALK: E-toll - Where to from here?
It’s time for all your questions to be answered, join us today at 15h00 – 18h00 for this special panel discussion. Panel members include Wayne Duvenage-OUTA, Patrick Craven – COSATU, Gerard De Villiers -Transport planning logistics specialist, Andrew Marsay - Transport Economist and Jack van der Merwe - Gautrain CEO. Entry fee R100 to be paid at the door.
RSVP to Nadeena Le’Tang, firstname.lastname@example.org 011 805 5947 to secure your spot. Light meals and refreshments will be served.
UNESCO Africa Engineering Week - A Grand Success!
UNESCO together with its strategic partners hosted the first ever Africa Engineering Week in Johannesburg, South Africa between 1 - 5 September 2014. The inaugural event was hosted with the aim of educating the youth and general public about the engineering profession, through strategic outreach activities such as, educational workshops, public awareness events, mentoring and university events.
WHO IS SAICE REPRESENTING?
Do you wonder where the value lies in your membership with SAICE? Are you wondering what SAICE does to address your specific struggles? Do you have burning concerns that you would like to be addressed? SAICE’s Pietermaritzburg presidential visit is your opportunity to get the answers to all your concerns.
CIOB NOVUS CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT
WITS University hosted the CIOB NOVUS CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT between 8-9 September 2014 at the Science Stadium. The theme focussed on the built environment chain.
You’ve been PINKED! Show your support…
Secure your SPOT for the Durban Branch Golf Day which will be held on 24 October at the Durban Country Club to raise money for the Breast Cancer Awareness Association. CANT MAKE THE GOLF DAY? You can still show your support for women suffering from breast cancer, by wearing a pink shirt on the day.
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