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The energy and sparkle shared at the 2006 eta Awards went
a long way towards creating positive mindsets regarding
the conservation of energy. The element of invention
was discernible and a troupe of entertainers, together with
programme director, Sharleen Surtie-Richards, offered invigorating
The winners and finalists of Eskom's annual energy efficiency
competition - the eta Awards - were announced by the Minister
of Minerals and Energy, Lindiwe Hendricks, at a recent gala event
held at Emperors Palace in Kempton Park, Johannesburg. She was
accompanied by deputy Minister Lulu Xingwana. Both dignitaries
bade the ..
Extracted from text ... Diary
Interbuild Africa is a focused, niche market exhibition
that showcases all industry sectors under one roof.
The conference attracts major decision makers and
investors from throughout South Africa and the SADC
region, with a strong delegation of international
visitors. Covering the full spectrum of building
and related industries in residential, commercial
and industrial development, the show historically
provides a platform for buying and specifying and
for developing and stimulating growth opportunities
for business in South Africa and the sub-Saharan
African region. Exhibitions provide an excellent
opportunity to build relationships.
Date: 26 to 29 July
Venue: Expo ..
Extracted from text ... IMIESA affiliate members IMIESA JUNE 2006 - 55
IMESA affiliate members
ABB Metering firstname.lastname@example.org
A J Broom email@example.com
Amitech South Africa firstname.lastname@example.org
Arup SA email@example.com
A V Mouldings firstname.lastname@example.org
Bigen Africa Group email@example.com
BVI Consulting Engineers firstname.lastname@example.org
CBI Consulting Engineers email@example.com
CSIR Built Environment LAustin@csir.co.za
Concrete Manufacturers firstname.lastname@example.org
DAR Technical Services email@example.com
Davies Lynn & Partners firstname.lastname@example.org
Development Bank of SA email@example.com
DPI Plastics mgoodchild@dpiplastics.
Hidrostal SA firstname.lastname@example.org
Huber Technology email@example.com
Hydro-comp Enterprises firstname.lastname@example.org
Iliso Consulting email@example.com
Johannesburg Water firstname.lastname@example.org
Kgatelopele Consulting email@example.com
Knowledge Base firstname.lastname@example.org
Kwezi V3 Consulting ..
Extracted from text ... The head of the Construction Sector Education and Training
Authority (CETA) has proposed an emergency intervention to
help plug the skills gap that is undermining the government's
multibillion rand infrastructure building programme.
"There is a vast pool of knowledge and expertise among retired
artisans, which could be tapped to help train learners in industry
skills, such as, bricklaying, carpentry, plastering and construction
contracting, " says CETA chief executive, Teboho Thejane. "At the
moment, this talent is going to waste."
One way of harnessing these unused skills is to incorporate them
into accredited skills training organisations working with CETA,