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#WomensMonth: How WomEng is displacing the glass ceiling to make room for more women in engineering
#WomensMonth: How WomEng is displacing the glass ceiling to make room for more women in engineering

Why sit back and complain about life's challenges when you can actually do something about it?

By Sindy Peters 17 Aug 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

Harding Allison admits to collusive tendering
Harding Allison admits to collusive tendering

As part of the Competition Commission's fast-track settlement procedure in the construction industry, the Commission invited construction firms that were involved in collusive conduct to apply to engage with the Commission on settlement terms.

By Kayley Keylock 4 Aug 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

Addressing skills shortages in the built environment
Addressing skills shortages in the built environment

Skills development remains a pressing concern in the current South African economy, and the built environment is no exception. With an increasing number of small to medium-size enterprise's (SMME's) emerging in the construction sector, it becomes increasingly challenging for authorities to regulate the level of skills and training of the country's construction workforce.

By Werner Franck 4 Mar 2013

SOUTH AFRICA

Sarah Britten
Focusing on the holes, not the drill: the power of collaborative consumption

Do you have a power drill at home? How often do you use it? If it's anything like the average power drill, it will be used for 12 to 13 minutes in its entire lifetime.

By Sarah Britten 7 Nov 2012

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