SAICE CEO Manglin Pillay sat down with Democratic Alliance(DA) leader Hellen Zille to discuss, among others, jobs, procurement practices and the future of engineers in Africa. Although SAICE invited both the ruling party and lead opposition party leaders for an interview, only the DA was available…
Jonathan is a 25 year old engineering graduate. He is a proud South African and is eager, through his profession, to play a part in building the nation and making it a better place for all. Jonathan has been a SAICE member since his university days and has been following the trends of the industry with great interest.
No-Dig South Africa 2014: Registration is now open
The evaluation of seminars, conferences or training events for CPD points
The annual general meeting of 2014
A picture is worth a thousand words
Welcome back to another addition of ‘THE HOW TO GUIDE ON ALL THINGS AWARDS.’
This week we will focus on the PHOTO COMPETITION.
The Photo Competition was initiated by SAICE to celebrate the beauty of the industry and to show the world that Civil Engineering is visually pleasing.
New 2015 SAICE Office Bearers
On 15 April 2014, the South African Institution of Civil Engineering’s second Council meeting for the year took place at SAICE House in Midrand. During the Council meeting the Office Bearers for 2015 were elected and SAICE is pleased to announce the 2015 presidential team.