Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is a voluntary association of Consulting Engineering firms with a member base across the country totaling in excess of 560 companies. CESA is the custodian of the wellbeing of the industry supported by member firms who employ approximately 21 000 people. CESA members are compelled to subscribe to upholding the integrity of the industry by adhering to a professional code of ethics providing quality and cost effective professional consulting engineering services. The organisation serves as a channel for Clients to address industry concerns while at the same time providing a platform for the sharing of information with the aim of assisting in optimising the planning and delivery of infrastructure projects both in the public and private sector.

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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.

CESA’S position statement on Gauteng freeway improvement projects

Amid the furor and the fact that this matter is sub judice, Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is in support of tolling South Africa’s national freeways and in particular we support the principle of user-pays for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project.

Unlocking infrastructure delivery and restoring the ethical balance in construction

CESA 2012 Conference and Exhibition – ICC Durban – 4 to 6 Nov

CESA recently hosted a successful conference at the ICC in Durban attended by close to 200 delegates and 17 industry speakers.

Fixed infrastructure investment vital in dealing with issues of globilisation and urbanisation avers BUSA

Business Unity South Africa Vice President Dean Mogale says that the country cannot afford the mistakes that it is making in terms of the infrastructure challenges.“The construction industry is a substantial driver of economic development and has an effect in a country or region. Fixed infrastructure investment is vital for the country in dealing with issues of globilisation and urbanisation,” Mogale told the Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) annual conference held in Durban this week.

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