CESA focuses on effective ethical leadership – ‘Our FUTURE is NOW!’

Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (CESA) newly appointed President, Neresh Pather, presented his presidential message and theme for the year at a function held in Johannesburg this morning.   Pather’s focus for the year will be on Effective Ethical Leadership with the Read the full story

Pace of transformation in the construction industry shows little signs of improvement

According to the latest Construction Industry Development Board (cidb) annual Construction Monitor: Transformation, even though there is a steady increase in the number of black-owned contractors in higher grades, less than 40% of cidb registered Grade 9 contractors are blackowned. Read the full story

SAB&T BEE Services (Pty) Ltd and Shameema Ismael issue public apology following findings of non-compliance

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission has issued final findings against SAB&T BEE Services (Pty) Ltd and Ms Shameema Ismail for conduct that is improper, contrary to ethical conduct expected from a verification professional/agent, the standards applicable to verification Read the full story

Hellocomputer appointments put spotlight on commitment to transformation

Recent appointments announced by Hellocomputer have again put the spotlight on the FCB Africa group agencies’ commitment to transformation and empowerment. Hellocomputer Joburg Managing Director, Joey Khuvutlu, announced that four senior management positions have been filled by talented women, two Read the full story

Deputy Minister Magwanishe to launch multi-million rand Black Industrialist firm’s expansion project in Limpopo

The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Bulelani Magwanishe will launch a multi-million-rand Black Industrialist firm’s expansion project of Eastern Trading, a company trading as Dursots All Joy, in Modjadjiskloof, Limpopo on 4 December 2017. the dti’s Black Industrialists Read the full story

Entrepreneurs key to addressing South Africa’s desperate jobs crisis

The country’s economic future depends instead on the quality of its entrepreneurs, in whose hands most future jobs – and income generation – will lie. That was the warning sounded by Unathi Njokweni-Magida, Engen’s head of Transformation and Stakeholder Engagement, Read the full story