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SACAP- ANNOUNCES WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE SOUTH AFRICA (WiASA)

- 29 April 2016 The South African Council for the Architecture Profession (SACAP) announced the appointment of the Task Team of its programme: "Women in Architecture South Africa” (WiASA), under the leadership of Chairperson Ms Karuni Naidoo. Ms Naidoo, is now joined by four Task Team members which includes: Ms Sedica Davids , currently Secretary and HR manager at the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflections (MISTRA) and board member of Iranti-org; Ms Carika Anel Gouws, a professional architect at TCN Architects in East London, currently serves on the Border Kei Institute of Architects (BKIA), Ms Simone le Grange, a professional architect and urban designer, Academic Development Lecturer at the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) School of Architecture and Ms Onthathile Makgalemela, a candidate architectural technologist, and junior lecturer at University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Department of Architecture. Ms Mira Fassler Kamstra, a Sophia Gray Laureate was nominated as Patron.

SACAP CALL FOR ENTRIES: ARCHITECT FILM FESTIVAL 2016

- 28 April 2016 Building on the construct "Feel Universal, Think Global and Act Local”, the Architect Africa Film Festival 2016 is looking for feature films, documentaries, webdocs, short films and multimedia projects that examine the myriad ways in which design – in its broadest sense – shapes architecture and the built environment; cultural and social innovation; new media, visual arts and digital communications; economic reality; and environmental regeneration.

THE HALF-CENTENNIAL NORMAN EATON MEMORIAL LECTURE

- 26 April 2016 SAVE THE DATE: 28 May 2016 CPD ACCREDITED LECTURE BY MARGUERITE PIENAAR AND A MOVIE ABOUT EATON'S LIFE, "IN SEARCH OF OUR OWN: THE FORGOTTEN LEGACY OF NORMAN EATON"

SACAP: PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT IN RELATION TO DPW BUDGET SPEECH ON 20 APRIL 2016

- 26 April 2016 Reflecting on last week’s Budget Vote Speech of the Department of Public Works (DPW) made by Minister Nxesi, the Registrar and CEO for the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP) Ms Marella O’Reilly says it is clear that the architecture profession is being protected as a scare skill and will be a beneficiary in the roll out of Government’s Expanded Works Programme (EWP). EWP is one of government’s array of programmes aimed at providing poverty and income relief through temporary work for the unemployed. Government has committed to ensuring 6 million public employment opportunities by 2019. This target is in line with the imperatives set out in the National Development Plan. (NDP)
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