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The Construction Sector Charter Council (CSCC) was brought about by the gazetting of the Construction Sector Codes by the Minister of Trade and Industry on the 05th of June 2009. The Minister gazetted the Codes in terms of Section 9 (1) of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 0f 2003. The CSCC is entrusted with overseeing and monitoring the implementation of the Construction Codes of Good Practice. It is empowered to act with executive capacity and provides the necessary links to the relevant government institutions. The Construction Industry believes that positive and proactive response through the implementation of the Construction Codes of Good Practice will address inequalities in the sector, unlock the sector’s potential and enhance its growth. Parties to the Construction Transformation Charter are committed to actively promote a vibrant, transformed and competitive construction sector that provides adequate services to the domestic economy, reflects the South African nation as a whole and contributes to the establishment of an equitable society.
Strategy, Implementation and Contractor Development Programmes
Are you looking for a valuable way to invest your BEE Enterprise Development or Socio-economic Development contributions? Are you looking for a route that offers return on investment to your company and the industry? Khuthaza provides Career and Enterprise Development services within the construction industry. Founded informally in 1995, the organisation has grown to offer a number of programmes and support services aimed primarily at promoting women’s empowerment within the industry. Khuthaza has strong relationships across the industry and has a reputation for delivering. We offer a range of programmes and services. Contact Elizabeth O’Leary for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org, 011 275 0268
|Cement & Concrete Institute|
The Cement and Concrete Institute, based in Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa, was established in 1938 for the purpose of 'promoting the interests and general advancement of the portland cement and construction industries as a whole'.
South Africa’s vision is to be a manufacturing centre for the world and the Coega Industrial Development Zone is integral to realising that vision. The Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) was the first IDZ to be established in South Africa. The Coega IDZ is being developed by the Coega Development Corporation (CDC). The Coega IDZ consists of 11 000 hectares of industrial land. The IDZ is situated 20 km east of the city of Port Elizabeth on the south-eastern coast of South Africa, adjacent to a new deepwater port on the Coega River, currently being developed. The Coega IDZ is already well-serviced by transportation networks, a skilled labour force and utility services. World-class industrial infrastructure – including inter-modal transportation linkages and cost-effective bulk services – is being provided. Land is currently being serviced for industrial investors. South Africa’s vision is to be a manufacturing centre for the world and the Coega Industrial Development Zone is integral to realising that vision. The Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) was the first IDZ to be established in South Africa. The Coega IDZ is being developed by the Coega Development Corporation (CDC). The Coega IDZ consists of 11 000 hectares of industrial land. The IDZ is situated 20 km east of the city of Port Elizabeth on the south-eastern coast of South Africa, adjacent to a new deepwater port on the Coega River, currently being developed.
|Construction Industry Development Board |
The Construction Industry Development (cidb) is a statutory body established by Parliment (Act 38 of 2000), responsible to the Minister of Public Works. It comprises private and public sector individuals appointed by the Minister on the basis of their individual knowledge and expertise. Its mandate is to provide strategic leadership, promote sustainable growth, promote improved performance and best practise, promote improved procurement and delivery management, and develop methods for monitoring and regulating the performance and registration of projects and contractors.
|Continual professional Development (CPD)|
|Department of Trade and Industry|
Trade and Industry Communications and News Services facilitates the promotion of e-trade and commerce through a range of industry relevant and commercially orientated news platforms.
|Export South Africa|
The site will be your primary point of contact to information on every stage of the exporting process. If you run a small or medium-sized business, we aim to provide you with the necessary information on every step of the way from how to market your products and services abroad to how to expand your presence in international markets.
|G2 Geometric Design Manual: CSIR|
The South African National Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL) has published a new geometric design guide on the Internet, which is intended for use on their projects
|Government Tender Bulletin|
Enjoy online access to the Governments Tender Bulletin!
The Institution of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa represents approximately 600 Engineering practitioners in the municipal engineering field.
|International Accreditation Forum (IAF)|
The IAF is a world association of Conformity Assessment Bodies. IAF members accredit certification bodies that issue certificates attesting that an organisation’s management, products or personnel comply with the specified standard. The primary purpose of IAF is two-fold. Firstly, to ensure that its accreditation body members only accredit bodies that are competent to do the work they undertake to do and secondly to establish Mutual Recognition Arrangements between its accreditation body members
|International Federation of Consulting Engineers|
The SAACE is the seventh largest member of the 67 member associations of FIDIC
|Leads 2 Business|
Tenders, Projects and Contracts in Africa
A world-wide portal on mining technology
PROTEC is a national non-profit educational service provider dedicated to developing South Africa's future science, technology and engineering capacity by improving science, mathematics and technology education in schools.
|SA Institution of Civil Engineers - SAICE|
The forerunner of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering was established in 1903 as a "learned society" to help develop technology, and to share knowledge for the development of the day.
Visit the Website of the South African Chamber of Business
SACPCMP was established to provide for statutory professional certification, registration and regulation of Project and Construction Management Professions in order to protect public interest and advance construction and project management education.
Membership of the South African Reinforced Concrete Engineers' Association (SARCEA) is open to any company in the Republic of South Africa involved in the design, supply and placing in position of reinforcing steel for concrete structures.
|South African Institute of Architects|
|South African National Accreditation System (SANAS)|
SANAS is recognised by the South African Government as the single National Accreditation Body that gives formal recognition to certification bodies. SANAS is the recognised South African member of the IAF. This means that, if a member of SANAS does the certification of a Member, this certification will be recognised on an international basis.
|South African National Roads Agency|
The South African National Roads Agency Ltd (NRA), a corporate entity operating at arms length from government, was created out of the need for the National Department of Transport to separate its role as both policy maker and operator.
|Southern Africa Auditors and Training Certificatio|
Details of Training Providers are available from The Southern Africa Auditors and Training Certification Association (SAATCA).
|The Earth Charter|
Objectives of the International Earth Charter Campaign to promote a worldwide dialogue on shared values and global ethics; to circulate the Earth Charter throughout the world as a people's treaty, promoting awareness, commitment, and implementation of Earth Charter values; to ensure that the Earth Charter principles find expression in individual lifestyles, professional and organizational work ethics, educational curriculum, religious teachings, public policy, and government practices. to seek endorsement of the Earth Charter by the United Nations General Assembly by the year 2002.
|The Engineering Council of South Africa|
The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is the statutory body responsible for the registration of professional engineers, in terms of the Engineering Profession of South Africa Act (Act No 46 of 2000).
|The SA Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors|
The South African Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors has celebrated over sixty years of being the 'midwife' of the development of South Africa. Its members were intimately involved in the creation of the infrastructure that became the envy of our continent. In the same spirit, SAFCEC is looking forward to the challenges awaiting us in the new millennium.
|The South African Quality Institute (SAQI)|
The South African Quality Institute is the national umbrella body coordinating the Quality effort in South Africa.
|The World Bank|
Link to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
|Water Institute of South Africa|