Regional Branches

PMI South Africa Chapter currently has four volunteer-managed branches around the country. Branch meetings are conducted monthly

Gauteng

Our Gauteng branch services both Johannesburg and Pretoria, with meetings scheduled regularly each month. These branch meetings usually take place on the third Thursday, and notices about upcoming meetings are mailed monthly. For more information on the Gauteng Branch or if you would like to either present on a project case study of yours, or share your experience at a meeting,  please mail the Branch Lead Elmar Roberg.

Durban

The KZN Branch is up and running, with monthly events taking place at the Engen in Blair Atholl.  Events information is mailed out in advance so to make sure you don’t miss out, sign up to our mailing list.  For more info on the Durban Branch, suggestions on topics or if you’d like to speak at a branch meeting or volunteer your time to earn PDUs, please mail the Branch Lead David de Miranda.

Cape Town

Our branch in the fairest Cape is in Cape Town, where meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month.  We have an open invitation to all project management professionals to present at these meetings, which is a great way to hone your public speaking skills.  To attend or present at our monthly meeting, please mail the Branch Lead Marko Divac.

Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth was recently launched as a satellite branch, under the auspices of branch lead Ricardo Temmers. If you live or work in the PE area, Riccardo and his team would love to hear from you. Join our mailing list to make sure you don’t miss out on PMI events in PE, or mail Riccardo directly by clicking on the image above.

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