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SRK CONSULTING Don’t avoid risk, manage it better – SRK
With Africa still low on the global mining risk rankings, explorers and developers being drawn back into the continent by the commodity price recovery would be wise to step
14 Dec 2017
MONASH SOUTH AFRICA TO LAUNCH ENGINEERING OFFERING Now you can finally study a BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at a private institution
Monash South Africa (MSA) is proud to announce that they are extending their academic offering in 2018 by offering Engineering within their expanded Faculty of Business,
14 Dec 2017
IMM GRADUATE SCHOOL IMM Graduate School Announces Appointment of new CEO
The IMM Graduate School is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Dalein van Zyl as Chief Executive Officer of Professional Learning Group (PLG), which includes the IMM
19 Oct 2017
GENDER BALANCED WORKFORCE Is a gender-balanced workforce possible in South Africa?
South Africa needs more women in its workforce, more female role models in science, technology, engineering and maths and more benefits for working parents. In short, the country
21 Aug 2017
GOVERNMENT INFRUSTRUCTURE PROJECTS: WHY IT MATTERS WHO MANAGES THE SPEND Quantity surveyors are best positioned to keep public infrastructure spend on track
An estimated R875.70 billion has been committed to a number of ambitious government infrastructure projects for the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) until 2019/2020),
13 Apr 2017
ENGINEERING A BETTER FUTURE? The construction industry, which is a significant contributor to employment and growth in South Africa, has sadly been underperforming for the last seven years. However, with promising developments in the government’s infrastructure plan, business may be looking up for the next generation of engineers eager to make their mark.
The 2016 financial year saw a general decline in market capitalisation performance, with seven of the nine traditional leaders in the construction sector showing a decrease in
07 Mar 2017 - G. S.
THE THIRST FOR ADVENTURE Leadership’s motoring expert, John Elford, runs the rule over the new BMW X1
Over the years BMW have adopted the word ‘Evolution’ in all of their products. Even a BMW driver who owns a 10-year-old model can still feel as up-to-date as the owner
02 Aug 2016
RICHARD VALLIHU Engineering on a roll
Africa’s steel dragons are of vital importance to South Africa’s economy – and our mining industry has most to gain from a well-oiled engineering discipline.
31 Jan 2014




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