Unrest over project delays in South Africa
South Africa’s consulting engineers says that the government must make economic decisions about South Africans infrastructure development or face possible further unrest over service delivery.
The warning comes as severe project delays new power stations, which along with violent strikes, underline the poor state of the civil engineering industry in South Africa.
The consulting engineer says in its latest biannual economic and capacity survey of the industry released on Monday, 4 May, that the level of satisfaction among engineering firms in 2014.
The crisis is the weakest level since the 1998 financial crisis. There was a notable shift in the opinions expressed by larger firms in this survey.
The consulting engineer said it had come to a point where the government also had to make hard economic decisions instead of political decisions when it came to South Africans infrastructure needs.
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