Gallery: GISSA Gauteng March 2017

April 5th, 2017, Published in Articles: PositionIT

 

The Gauteng branch of the Geo-information Society of South Africa (GISSA) held its first meeting for the year at the Sorex Estate in Centurion. Chairperson Sam Osei opened the meeting and outlined the branch’s plans for the year. The issues of job reservation and professional fees are still being reviewed, he said, with the intention of finalising the process in the near future. The branch would continue to hold their preparatory classes for the South African Geomatics Council (previously PLATO) examinations and would work to ensure that nominations were received for the GISSA awards which were announced at the end of 2016. He stated that the branch would be holding four general meetings over the course of 2017, and presented delegates with a list of possible topics… (more)

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