South Africa

South Africa, Peter Rich Mapungubwe Interpretation Center

South Africa, Peter Rich Mapungubwe Interpretation Center

South African Institute of Architects

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Architects 4271
Practices
Students and Graduates 800
PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATION
South African Institute of Architects
President/Chair title: President
President Mr Sindile Ngonyama
Membership and eligibility
National network
Institute Journal
Newsletter
Awards Programme
Code of Conduct or Ethics Yes
Fee Scale Published by SACAP. Fee scales and hourly rates, for guidance only  Recommended
Conditions of Engagement Yes
Professional Indemnity Insurance Mandatory
Continuing Professional Development
REGULATORY BODY
Protection of Title Yes
Protection of Function Yes
Licensing Legislation Architectural Profession Act, Act 44 of 2000

 

Accreditation body for courses in architecture
CAA Schools of Architecture CAA Schools
Other schools recognised by national bodies South Africa Council for the Architectural Profession

 

Requirements
Guidance CAA have endorsed the ethical standards for cross border practice set out in the CAA Accord on Enhancing Development Effectiveness and the International Union of Architects Guideline for Practice in a Host Nation.
Qualifications from other countries recognised by national bodies

 

Area: 1,221,038 sq km
Largest City: Cape Town (legislative capital, Western Cape, pop. 3.65m)
Population: 50,133,000 (2010)
Urban Population: 62%
Population Growth: 1.5% p.a. (1990–2010)
GNI p.c.: US$6,090 (2010)
GDP p.c growth: 1.3% p.a. (1990–2010)
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Climate: Varies with altitude and continental position: Mediterranean climate in the Western Cape; humid subtropical climate on the northern KwaZulu-Natal coast; continental climate of the highveld; and arid Karoo and Kalahari fringes, with a great temperature range, giving very hot summer days and cold dry nights. The south-east trade winds, blowing first over KwaZulu-Natal, are the principal source of precipitation, falling in summer. Winter rains reach the Western Cape.

 

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Building Regulations/Codes (Title of document and publication date/or none)

 

Updated 08/07/14 Please inform us of any errors or out of date information.
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