The Engineering Council of South Africa

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Message from the President   Stakeholder Relations
Announcements   Sustaining Service Delivery – IMESA conference, Durban
Featured Article | Thought Leadership   ECSA introduces a new approach to registration
Engenius | Engineering, making it happen!   ECSA new strategic direction
    ECSA endorses the 5th annual Women in Engineering event
Message From
ECSA President
all ECSA registered persons

Festive greetings to the engineering fraternity at large!

Let me once again present to you the second digital edition of the E-Bulletin to you, our engineering practitioners. With the year drawing to a close, we look back by evaluating our achievements as an organisation and the profession. For the past quarter, the highlights of our operations drew success in terms of realigning the strategy of ECSA with the mandate of the organisation.

At a recent strategic session hosted for...read more
Cyril Gamede, Pr. Eng
ECSA President
ECSA stakeholder relations

ECSA repositioning shared with the Northern Cape


The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) hosted a repositioning road show at the Big Hole Protea Hotel, in Kimberley, Northern Cape Province on October 16 2014. This event was a continuation of the stakeholder engagement forum created for ECSA to interact with the stakeholders, and to update them on trends affecting them as well as affording them the opportunity to voice their opinions to the ECSA leadership.

Despite the heavy winds, the engineering community in the Northern Cape honoured ECSA’s invitation, which showed that ECSA’s presence was...

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ECSA announcements

ECSA concludes a Memorandum of Understanding with SAFEO


03 September 2014 - ECSA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as a country representative with the Southern African Federation of Engineering Organisation (SAFEO).

SAFEO which is an affiliate of the Federation of African Organisations of Engineers (FAOE), is a network of multidisciplinary national engineering societies, currently representing the majority of Southern African Development Community countries, as well as Ghana and some East African Development...

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ECSA feature article

Thought Leadership


South Africa is one of the most developed countries on the continent, although it is still facing social problems such as shortage of sustainable sources of energy, inadequate and inefficient public transportation systems, limited access to safe and clean drinking water, and a skills shortage in critical economic sectors.

To respond to these continued issues facing the country, the Thought Leadership forum has been established to construct progressive and innovative ideas that will effectively communicate aspects relating to the engineering profession, to the government and...

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ECSA engenius

ENGENIUS – Engineering making it happen!


2014 has been a splendid year for Engenius, bringing forward exciting opportunities and immense growth. It has also been well received by several stakeholders who are very passionate about encouraging learners to excel in pure maths and science, in order for them to pursue careers in engineering. It was through school visits, presentations, workshops and partnerships with stakeholders that Engenius continued to make a mark and carry out its core mandate successfully. Added to this, is the compelling numbers, approximately over 6000 learners reached so far and we are...

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