SAICE reiterated its request for government to work with industry bodies to enable job creation, which in turn would also reduce criminal activities.
SAICE gets #Engaged
Reigniting the Engineering prestige. This exciting new digital digest is dedicated to engineering practitioners under the age of 35. We set out to create an on-line digest that would promote communication and interactivity - keeping you engaged and connected to everything happening within the Engineering ambit.
SAICE makes The Grid's Top 20 List of Engineering Websites
For the very first time, we are ecstatic to announce that our website has been listed on The Grid's Top 20 List of Engineering websites for 2014. This list comprises of engineering websites around the globe that are listed for their excellent information and resources in the field.
SAICE heads off to Zululand
Mark your calendars…They’re coming!
SAICE’s 2014 President Stanford Mkhacane and CEO Manglin Pillay will be visiting Zululand from the 19 - 20 August 2014.
We invite you to attend a FREE lecture on Bio-engineering
The SAICE Environmental Engineering Division will be hosting an informative lecture on Bio-engineering on 25 August 2014 at SAICE House, Midrand. To book your spot contact Debbie Besseling on 074 925 7652 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAICE AWARDS – 16 OCTOBER
Do you know someone that deserves recognition for his or her work in the industry? If so, then send through your nominations for the following institutional awards:
Skilled engineer murdered while bringing water to the people
The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) expresses its deepest sympathy and horror at the senseless murder of a colleague, Geoff Sylvester, who spent much of his career bringing water to the poorest of the poor. Condolences to his family, and the institutions of which he was a member, i.e. the Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA) and the Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA).
ECSA calls out for more industry feedback
The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is calling on all engineering practitioners to participate in the annual Universum professional’s survey which was launched on Thursday, July 17, 2014. This will ensure that the views of as many engineering practitioners as possible are recorded in order to influence the professions’ future direction.
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