Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) aims to be the ‘Proud Voice of Consulting Engineering in South Africa’. CESA represents for its members, a body that promotes their joint interests and, because of its standing, provides quality assurance for clients. Over 500 firms employing just over 22 000 staff, who collectively earn a total fee income of almost R19 billion per annum, are members of CESA. CESA is committed to the principles of sustainability and the promotion of engineering excellence.
In its quest of ensuring that a just war is waged against the scourge of corruption, which hinders improving the quality of life, Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) has partnered with acclaimed academic and advocate, Dr Janette Minnaar-van Veijeren to present an ANTI-CORRUPTION, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ETHICS course to their members and any ot
“The slowdown in developed economies has resulted in many of them looking for opportunities in Africa as the ‘last frontier’ utilising South Africa, in some cases, as the springboard into the rest of Africa”, says Graham Pirie, CEO of Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA).
Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) welcomes the Department of Public Works actions to eradicate corruption, but it is of the view that there needs to be an awareness that corruption is an activity perpetuated by criminals, and as such, totally unacceptable within the public sector.
Thabo Mokwena, SIP7 Coordinator and Guest speaker at the CESA Gauteng Presidential function, made an impassioned plea for CESA members to work together with PRASA to assist with the lack of capacity at Municipal level.
The high level of fraud and corruption taking place without condemnation and fear of retribution related to procurement in the construction sector has necessitated the creation of a ‘War Chest’ by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA).
Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is encouraged by Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi’s support of its War Chest, but will like to clear some misconceptions about the need for such a fund.
President Jacob Zuma said that the country’s national policy framework, the National Development Plan and operational plans falling under its umbrella,
The announcement by the Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Department in its Municipal Systems Amendment Act draft regulations that municipal managers could face a ban of up to ten years, if they are found to have committed fraud, financial misconduct or corruption is long overdue and a step in the right direction.
Leads 2 Business has added their voice to the outcry against tender irregularities which is crippling not only the construction industry but the country as a whole.