Appoint reputable built-environment professionals

While Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) applauds government’s economic stimulus package for economic growth, it warns that these funds must be used responsibly. Appointing companies who lack capacity and expertise for infrastructure projects is tantamount to fronting and defeats the object of developing future capacity. Supply chain management regulations are often misinterpreted and abused to […]

The coal crisis at Eskom worsens…

Information being received by EE Publishers indicates that the coal crisis at Eskom is worsening, with at least four and possibly more of Eskom’s 15 coal-fired power stations now having less than ten days of coal at hand on their stockpiles. Eskom has advised EE Publishers that it requires an additional 1,3-million tons of coal […]

The importance of skills development in industry 

Technical training has become an ever-increasing requirement in terms of health and safety. Compliance with Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) and the Skills Development Act makes it possible for business owners to employ unskilled individuals and to provide them with training so that they can contribute meaningfully to the workplace. Investing in one of the […]

Eskom restructuring debate: Videos, slide presentations, summary article and outcomes

Following the open public debate on 10 May 2018 on the restructuring of Eskom entitled: “Should Eskom be restructured, and if so how and when?”, we have pleasure in providing a comprehensive record of the debate, including: videos of the presentations; a summary article of the debate; the full slide deck of all presentations at […]