The Construction Industry Development Board (c.i.d.b) - a Schedule 3A public entity - was established by Act of Parliament to promote a regulatory and developmental framework that builds: The construction delivery capability for South Africa’s social and economic growth.
A proudly South African construction industry that delivers to globally competitive standards.
The C.I.D.B’s focus is on sustainable growth, capacity development and empowerment Improved industry performance and best practice.
A transformed industry, underpinned by consistent and ethical procurement practices Enhanced value to clients and society
SAFCEC is registered as an Employers Organisation constituted in terms of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 SS 95-111 on 11 November 1996.
As such it is a "not for gain" federation registered by the Registrar at the Department of Labour. As the national representative of civil engineering contractors, its national office is in Bedfordview, Johannesburg and regional offices include the Northern region which includes Gauteng West.
- To communicate and share information with members.
- To provide services to members, irrespective of size.
- Promoting orderly collective bargaining at sectorial level and advancing effective resolution of labour disputes.
- Regulating the relationship between employers, employees and trade unions
- Enabling the industry to address its skills shortage needs
- Advancing the status and public recognition of the federation, its members, and the civil engineering contracting industry.
The National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is a regulator body of the home building industry. Our goal is to assist and protect housing consumers who have been exposed to contractors who deliver housing units of substandard design, workmanship and poor quality material. No matter the size or value of your home building project the NHBRC is here to protect you, the housing consumer.
Established in 1998, in accordance with the provisions of The Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act (Act No. 95 of 1998) the NHBRC's mandate is to protect the interests of housing consumers and to ensure compliance to regulated building industry standards.