Engineering Council of SA is ready for MTN Walk The Talk. Are you?

Have you registered for the 2018 MTN Walk the Talk?

Register before the closing date to mingle with members of the Engineering Council of South Africa.

The CEO of the council, Sipho Madonsela says not only will they be walking to keep up with a healthy lifestyle but they will be appreciating the work done by their engineers on the roads.

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When we walk as engineers, we don't just walk on the premise of fitness but we also walk to appreciate the roads that have been designed by engineers.

Sipho Madonsela, CEO of Engineering Council of South Africa

We gather added dimension when we do those walks.

Sipho Madonsela, CEO of Engineering Council of South Africa

We encourage at ECSA our staff members and even those who are registered in the profession to keep up a healthy lifestyle and this walk the talk fits very well with that narrative.

Sipho Madonsela, CEO of Engineering Council of South Africa

Lady Zamar and Shekhinah will be performing live at the end of the walk.

You will also get a chance to meet 702's resident DJs.

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