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April 2019 edition of the SA Valuer is now available online

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SAIV Newsletter

From the President's Desk

We are very excited to have embarked on our 110th year of the Institute’s existence and we will be profiling our members over the course of this year, focusing especially on members, who have and continue to contribute, to the Institute and those who show the passion the Institute needs to continue well into the future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the GM's Office

The month of March got off to a busy start with our President, Tracey Myers and I having the opportunity to attend AGMs and seminars at all five of our  Branches across the country.

 

 

 

Identification of Work (IDoW) Update

The CBE is following its statutory mandate to, after consultation with the CC and in consultation with the councils for the professions, identify the scope of work for each category of registered persons [section 20(2) of the Council for the Built Environment Act 43 of 2000 (the CBE Act)].

 

SAIV Mentorship Programme Launch Success!

There has been a growing concern regarding the decline in the number of entrants into the Valuation Profession. One of the areas identified which contributes to this decline, is due to the lack of mentors and mentorship for Valuation Graduates; a requirement to register with the South African Council for the Property Valuers Profession (SACPVP).

 

2019 Branch Executives

During March and April this year, our SAIV Branches hosted their annual general meetings (AGM) and seminars. New leadership was elected and will be instrumental in growing the organization and the profession in the Northern, Central, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape and Southern branches.

 

 

 

Children behaving badly in Community Schemes

Having recently sold their beautiful spacious home in a leafy, quiet suburb, North of Johannesburg, Lennard Cohen and his wife Lisa are settling into their smaller, but comfortable townhouse rather close to their old home. If truth be told, they were forced to scale down by their children, who of late had become downright dictatorial about the fact that the Cohens were battling to cope and maintain a large household. All was going well, until the Friday of the first week.

 

Condolences on Passing of Members

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing away of two of our members.. Our sincere condolences go to their families, colleagues and everyone saddened by their passing.

 

 

Articles of Interest

We have come across a number of interesting industry related articles that may be of interest to SAIV Members.

 

Disclaimer

This publication is an attempt to share information of interest with members and readers. Articles on products and ideas featured in this publication from other sources do not of necessity carry the endorsement of SAIV unless explicitly so indicated.

SAIV Contributions
• Email lerato@saiv.org.za or call  012 348 2757 to contribute news or provide comment etc.
• Email lerato@saiv.org.za or call 012 348 2757 if you work for a member firm and would like to receive a copy of this newsletter directly.
• News of member firms are generally provided by the firms themselves or copied from their newsletters or articles published in the media.

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