28 September 2021. Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) proudly kicked off its annual Infrastructure Indaba today, under the theme “Engineering the future now”. Held for the first time as a virtual event, the online platform boasted networking opportunities and discussions which were highly engaging in the midst of South Africa’s … Read More
29 September 2021. Day 2 of the Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) Annual Infrastructure Indaba kicked off this morning with discussions centring largely on transformation and development. Refilwe Lesufi, Prana Consulting Director & CESA Board Member opened the discussion with a focus on the progress of transformation in the public … Read More
“Rebuilding with Purpose”: CESA 2021 theme highlights importance of quality, integrity and accountability in South Africa’s road to recovery
3 February 2021. Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (CESA) President, Sugen Pillay, presented his presidential message and theme for the year at a virtual event this morning attended by media, … Read More
6 October 2020 The absence of technical expertise in the procurement of infrastructure is starting to have an increasingly adverse effect on the quality and sustainability of our country’s infrastructure. Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) representing over 580 South African Consulting Engineering Firms employing in excess of 21 000 people … Read More
Some had possibly already begun preparing for this world before the COVID-19 pandemic. For most, though, we are now finding this reality thrust on us by the local and global lockdowns mandated by governments as a means of controlling the spread of the virus.
Is this, though, not an opportunity … Read More
The CESA Youth Best Practise Seminar is a platform for Young Professionals to explore opportunities for growth and development, through the Young Professionals Forum (YPF); Engineering and Entrepreneurship; and Engineering and Career Options.
Our anchor speaker, Mr Engineer Mulalo Silidi, Regional Director – Engineering – AEM at Hatch, will be … Read More
Gambeta News Digital Dialogue
A series of online discussion with themes that are centred around inspiring the development of Africa’s Infrastructure.
THEME: Post-COVID 19 Survival Strategies
An online discussion aimed at fostering the exchange of ideas as we emerge from this pandemic.
Sir. Winston Churchill says, ‘don’t waste a crisis’. … Read More
Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is a voluntary association of Consulting Engineering firms with a member base across the country totalling in excess of 560 companies. CESA is the custodian of the well-being of the industry supported by member firms who employ approximately 21 000 people.
CESA members are compelled … Read More
Consulting Engineers South Africa Young Professionals Forum is creating a workshop for young engineers. The wellness interact workshop is designed to manage the mind, body and spirit synergy during times of change and adapting to the required change that have impacted on us as a global nation.
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The two-day session brings together leading experts including government officials, consulting engineers and built environment professionals for the purpose of improved delivery and management of public infrastructure.
The event aims to foster partnerships between government and the private sector, particularly the engineering sector, and capacitate the channels of service delivery … Read More
Opinion piece: Solving service delivery problems — re-engineering infrastructure leadership
The governments of the African Union need to embrace engineering, so that they can build the Africa everybody wants.
By Yankho Banda, Marie Ashpole and Godfrey Ramalisa
Engineering IS the face of service delivery! It is at the heart … Read More
The two-day CESA Infrastructure Indaba 2019 session brings together leading experts including government officials, consulting engineers and built environment professionals for the purpose of improved delivery and management of public infrastructure.
The event aims to foster partnerships between government and the private sector, particularly the engineering sector, and capacitate the … Read More