WISA Media Statement on Western Cape water crisis

27 October 2017 SA Water Institute on Western Cape water crisis   The water sector is filled with scientists and engineers that are trained to design, operate, and maintain a very complex system that needs to collect, treat, and distribute water to sustain life and business for South African citizens. Some of the challenges that these professionals face do indeed…

TENDER NOTICE – WISA2016 / 004 / Delegate Bag supplier

Sealed bids are invited to TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF SERVICES to host the 2016 WISA BIENNIAL CONFERENCE and EXHIBITION at the Durban ICC, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal from 15 to 19 May 2016. Closing date for submission is Thursday, 25th of February 2016 at 13:00 hours local time. Please refer to the attached document for more details. Conference Bag Tender...

TENDER NOTICE – WISA2016 / 003 / Technical Supplier

Sealed bids are invited to TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF SERVICES to host the 2016 WISA BIENNIAL CONFERENCE and EXHIBITION at the Durban ICC, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal from 15 to 19 May 2016. Closing date for submission is 14 January 2016 at 13:00 pm. Please refer to the attached document for more details. Technical Supplier Tender Notice 2016

TENDER NOTICE – WISA2016 / 002 / Transport supplier

Sealed bids are invited to TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF SERVICES to host the 2016 WISA BIENNIAL CONFERENCE and EXHIBITION at the Durban ICC, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal from 15 to 19 May 2016. Closing date for submissions is 14 August 2015. Please refer to the attached document for more details. Transport Supplier Tender Notice 2016

WISA2016 – Extension of submission deadline for abstracts

Due to numerous requests, the WISA 2016 Technical Committee has extended the submission deadline for abstracts to 30 June 2015. This prestigious biennial event will take place in the Durban ICC from 15 to 19 May 2016. We invite you to make use of this opportunity to add your voice to the many exiting deliberations at this landmark event. Please…

Stop Xenophobia

WISA is truly saddened and shocked by the current culture of selected hatred and violence in South Africa. We strongly condemn the current wave of xenophobic attacks against foreigners, mainly non-citizens hailing from African countries. We respect economic migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and acknowledge the economic contribution they make to our country, and the water sector. Hate crimes have…