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ETHICS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Posted on: May 8, 2019

WHAT IS ETHICS? Imagine a Client organization has received funding from well-wishers to construct a public building. The Client decides to use part of the funds for other activities with knowledge that doing so will make the funds insufficient to successfully complete the project as planned. The Client however instructs the Contractor to do “everything […]

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National Construction Industry Council: Excellence in Construction Related Training

Posted on: April 30, 2019

The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC), through the Training and Research Department, continuously offers a variety of construction related training programs in all the regions and districts of Malawi. This is in line with the legal mandate as stipulated in the National Construction Industry Act (Cap. 53:05 of the Laws of Malawi) of 1996. Specifically, […]

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9 Tips For Project Owners

Posted on: September 19, 2017

Mr Mohammad Patel (not real name) decided to build some shops and flats. He did not want to engage a contractor because he thought it will cost him a lot and so he decided to employ some labourers to do the job for him. Since he had to attend to his business, he instructed his […]

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Infrastructure – The Symbolism of Independence

Posted on: September 19, 2017

The iconic Independence Arch, which stands imposingly on the Chipembere Highway in Blantyre, is a monumental reminder of the day the nation attained independence from British colonialism in 1964. That piece of infrastructure carries our incorruptible memory of the struggle that led to our political emancipation. The arch and the memories which it signifies will […]

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Construction Industry Policy Addresses Capacity Gaps In The Construction Labour Market

Posted on: September 19, 2017

The construction industry contributes significantly, in terms of scale and share, in the development process for both developed and developing countries. Construction products provide the necessary public infrastructure and private physical structures for many productive activities. The industry is not only important for its finished products, but because it is a labour intensive industry employing […]

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