On 09 September 2019 the CETA attended the Annual MBSA Congress and exhibited its offering to the relevant stakeholders.
In the congress, it became imperative that the construction sector needs to work together to reinvent what was lost through the dissolving of the ‘Big Five’.
It was highlighted that there is a drastic need for research and development in order to rebuild the construction industry.
The National Federation for Building Industry emphasised the importance of black people involvement in economic building.
“There is, however a slight shift in this as we see more black people acquiring companies in the construction industry but there is still room to do more” said Mr Aubrey Tshalata, NAFBI.
CETA was commended for its role in skills development and was identified as a catalyst in eradicating poverty and unemployment.
The annual gala dinner concluded the congress with all role players clear headed in what needs to transpire in order to rebuild the construction industry.