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Civil Engineering Magazine November 08, 2011  
Civil Engineering Magazine  

Features for Civil Engineering 2008

Issue Main Feature 1
Sub-Feature 1
Sub-Feature 2
(Official Languages)
Theme History And Heritage
Submissions To Editor
JAN - FEB International;
Joint Civils Division*
IT* and Technology
Legal and Management; Health and Safety; Human Resources;
Sepedi Mon 9 Nov 2009
MARCH Structural* North West** Setswana Mon 4 Jan 2010
APRIL Geotechnical* Young engineers SiSwati Mon 1 Feb 2010
MAY Railways and Harbours*
Limpopo** Tshivenda Mon 1 March 2010
JUNE Water* Lowveld** Xitsonga Thurs 1 Apr 2010

Project Management*

N/Cape (Kimbereley**, Upington**)
Afrikaans Mon 3 May 2010
AUGUST Environmental* Western Cape;**
Southern Cape**
English Tue 1 June 2010
SEPTEMBER Transportation* Gauteng (Johannesburg**
and Pretoria**)
IsiNdebele Thurs 1 July 2010
OCTOBER Urban and Rural Eastern Cape
(Amathole,** Algoa,**
IsiXhosa Mon 2 Aug 2010
NOVEMBER Special features
Tertiary Institution News
Free State(Bloemfontein**, Welkom**, Drakensberg**) Sesotho Wed 1 Sept 2010
DECEMBER Awards KwaZulu-Natal (Durban,**
Pietermaritzburg** and Zululand**)
IsiZulu Mon 27 Sept 2010

* Divisions ** Branches *** H&H = History & Heritage

Award Winning Magazine  

SAICE magazine scoops the PICA Award for the second year running!!

Here's what the judges had to say: "A highly relevant magazine to the broad-ranging civil engineering field, this magazine ensures readers always find content that is useful and interesting. Being of a highly technical nature, the material does not lend itself to creative presentation, yet the publishers have achieved a result that is easy to navigate, and visually strong. This title is an indispensable tool for the market it serves and is a deserving winner."

As the PICA is one of the premier awards in the SA publishing industry, winning this award is a huge achievement for SAICE and we would like to thank every Branch, Division and individual member who had contributed to our magazine over the last year. Your contributions obviously did not go unnoticed!!

Sincere thanks, too, to our Editorial Panel, under the focused leadership and expert guidance of Elsabé Kearsley, for all their hard work.

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