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SMEC South Africa achieves two wins at SAICE Durban Regional Awards event

27th July 2018 The 2018 Annual SAICE Durban Branch Awards took place on Friday 22nd June at the Coastlands Hotel in Umhlanga, and is a prestigious event attended by clients and leading consulting firms within the region. The Awards celebrate the industry as a whole, and recognise achievements made by project... 

Structures team scores a win at SAICE Regional Awards

25th July 2018 Cape Town office Structures team were proud to be announced the winner for the 2018 Best International Project at SAICE’s Western Cape Regional Awards, for the Sydney Metro Cable-Stayed Bridge project. Located in the north west of Sydney this unique, curved three-span cable-stayed rail bridge was... 

SMEC wins oil terminal project, Ethiopia

23rd July 2018 Over the past four years, SMEC South Africa, with support from SMEC International, has successfully built a strong Mining, Oil and Gas offering in Africa. The SMEC focus of bringing to their clients a local footprint supported by global excellence, has yet again resulted in another strategic win.... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho and South Africa

20th July 2018 South Africa and Lesotho have reaffirmed their commitment to the successful implementation of the Phase 2 project. 
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PwC puts focus on gender pay gap

Although South African companies are not required by law to report on the gender pay gap, many organisations have started taking steps to identify pay disparities at all levels, says PwC. “Many companies have also adopted a long-term view to ensure that diversity and, in particular, gender pay... 

Ramaphosa launches commission of inquiry into PIC

President Cyril Ramaphosa will appoint a commission of inquiry to investigate the scandal-plagued Public Investment Corporation (PIC), it was announced on Thursday afternoon. The PIC invests government pensions and handles assets worth about R1.928-trillion. It is one of the biggest known funds... 
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