Public infrastructure at risk - Minister and Engineering Council face legal action
The #ECSASaga continues to unfold as industry joins forces to uphold the nobility of the profession.
#ECSASaga: SAICE CEO chats to E-NEWS
The country's main engineering organisation is worried that government may be jeopardising public safety. It is now heading to court to try to ensure infrastructure constructions standards are not weakened.
ECSA undeterred by court litigation proceedings
SAICE CEO Manglin Pillay told Engineering News Online that several voluntary associations within the engineering fraternity have expressed concern over the legitimacy of the new council.
MEC Donald Grant enlists assistance of SAICE as a trusted advisor
MEC discusses how SAICE could play an advisory role to provide guidance in assisting the department, whilst alleviating some of the problems it faced in technical engineering expertise and capacity.
Cape Town Region sets the pace!
SAICE President Sundran Naicker and CEO Manglin Pillay kick off the first leg of the 2017 branch visits in the Western Cape.