THE MAY/JUNE ISSUE OF SA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR GOES LIVE ON 8 JUNE
It’s packed with interesting articles for the electrical contracting industry – from labour and contractual issues to upcoming courses and cool tools. The ECA(SA) is the voice of the electrical contracting industry and this magazine talks to our members as well as non-members. National Director, Mark Mfikoe, writes about a lesson South Africa can learn from Japan: womenomics – a theory that espouses a relationship between the growth of society and advancement of women in that society.
Copper Development Association Africa is looking for new members and Evert Swanepoel, Executive Chairman, explains how CDAA supports its membership.
This issue also covers the Siemens recent merger with Crabtree – which, says Jim Currie, Head of Operations from Electrium, says this should be seen as an ‘evolution’ not an ‘evolution’.
Herman Kriel of Brand Engineering, says the signing in April of 27 Power Purchase Agreements worth R56-billion has finally resolved the lengthy renewable energy (RE) impasse in South Africa and demonstrates renewed impetus in South Africa’s RE journey.
This issue of SA Electrical Contractor features another interesting labour article by Shantonette Pillay, ECA(SA) Regional Director, KwaZulu-Natal and, this month, she discusses whether an employee can be dismissed on grounds of incompatibility in the workplace.
As usual, there are articles from the ECA(SA)’s management as well as product news and a handy region-by-region diary of the ECA’s events for the rest of this year.
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