Press Releases

Leads 2 Business take up the call against tender irregularities and corruption.

L2DLeads 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.

Ban public servants from doing business with the State

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) supports National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel’s call to prohibit public servants from doing business with government and to seriously penalise defaulters.

CESA reacts to the State of the Nation address

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is encouraged by the acknowledgement that the National Development Plan (NDP) is a roadmap for tackling the problems of poverty, inequality and unemployment.

Is President Jacob Zuma to blame for corruption in South Africa?

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) President Naren Bhojaram has cautioned that corruption is paralysing the country and eating away the moral fibre of our society.

Corruption has gone too far

SA's consulting engineers are setting up a war chest to fight graft. The body that represents 90% of consulting engineers in South Africa says that tender corruption at local government level has brought the country to the brink in terms of broken or non-existent infrastructure and service delivery.

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Without consultants there would be no service delivery

The findings by the Auditor General pertaining to the use of consultants by the government is both a worry and a concern says Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) CEO Graham Pirie

Empowering Municipal Engineers

Corruption and tenderpreneurship, fraud, financial mismanagement, lack of understanding of technical issues/ priorities, difficulties with job creation and skills shortages are just some of the challenges that face municipal engineers in South Africa.

Tender irregularities hamper infrastructure development

The Built Environment Professions Grouping (BEPs) collectively voiced their concerns pertaining to infrastructure bottlenecks or lack of infrastructure delivery as well as inadequacies in mechanisms to procure their professional services.

President calls for the ‘re-incarnation of the municipal engineer’

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) President Naren Bhojaram has made a clarion call for the: ‘re-incarnation of the municipal engineer’ at the 76th annual conference of the Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA) held last week.

CESA stands by Neil Macleod

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) has noted with concern the serious allegations against engineer Neil Macleod as reported in the Sunday Tribune of 11 November 2012.