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ISSUES FACING ARCHITECTURE IN SA - SAIA NEWSFLASH 17 OF 23 MARCH 2017

- 23 March 2017 On Sunday morning, as part of my advocacy role , I appeared on SABC Morning Live. Here I clarified SAIA’s role, the role of architects in our society and explained our relationship with SACAP.

CREATING AWARENESS AROUND THE QASA 'EISH' CAMPAIGN - SAIA NEWSFLASH 14 OF 16 MARCH 2017

- 17 March 2017 As Human Rights Day approaches, it is vital for us to think about people with physical disabilities. As an Institute our Mission is to be: "A Collective Voice Serving the Interests of Architects in Pursuit of Excellence and Responsible Design." As our mission suggests, architects are committed to providing solutions to give equitable opportunity for people with disabilities by designing buildings founded on sound universal access principals. Thus, I encourage you to read the contents of this Newsflash and reconsider the ways you approach universal accessibility in your designs.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS: PETITION & MEDIA - SAIA NEWSFLASH 17 OF 15 MARCH 2017

- 16 March 2017 You will no doubt be aware of the "Petition to dissolve current SACAP Board/Council due to Mismanagement of the Architectural Profession" circulated on multimedia over the past fortnight. You may also be aware of a television discussion held this past weekend on SABC 2 Morning Live, in which representatives of "Architects 4 Change" engaged the SACAP President, Yashean Luckan, on various items contained in the petition. SAIA have laid a complaint with the SABC for the use of the SAIA logo in the interview, as this will be misleading to the public, as SAIA were not party to the interview.

VACANCY - EXECUTIVE MANAGER-PRACTICE SAIA NEWSFLASH 15 OF 14 MARCH 2017

- 15 March 2017 We draw your attention to this exciting opportunity for an architect interested in the practice arena. Please submit your CV's by 31 March 2017 to ceo@saia.org.za

SAIA & SACAP ENGAGE MEANINGFULLY - SAIA NEWSFLASH 13 OF 13 MARCH 2017

- 14 March 2017 A meeting between representatives of SAIA and SACAP was held on Friday, 10 March 2017 to discuss the relationship between the two entities, and the state of the Architectural Profession in South Africa. Marella O' Reilley, Registrar SACAP and Yashaen Luckan, President SACAP, represented the Council. While SAIA was represented by: Kevin Bingham, President SAIA, Jan Ras, Treasurer SAIA, Maryke Cronje, Vice-President SAIA and Obert Chakarisa, Chief Executive Officer, SAIA.
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