Please find herewith the Resolutions of the 4th UNESCO Africa Engineering Week (AEW) and 2nd Africa Engineering Conference (AEC), on “Effective Waste Management in Africa”, held in Kigali, Rwanda, from September 25-29th, 2017 for your...
Applications are invited for the following posts: - LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR FACULTY OF ENGINEEERING 1.1 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING (4 POSTS) POST A : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING (1 POST) Applicants must have a good first degree in Civil Engineering or...
NOTICE TO ALL ENGINEERS & TECHNICIANS Please be advised that the contact telephone numbers for Engineering Council of Zimbabwe have changed as follows: - +263-24-2222611 / 2222452 / 2227188
APPOINTMENT OF ENGINEERS TO VARIOUS UNIVERSITY COUNCILS It is with great pride and pleasure that we congratulate our colleagues from the Engineering Profession for their appointment as members of Council at various Universities in the country. The Ministry of Higher and...
The ECZ may hold any inquiry into the professional conduct of a registered person or firm engaged in professional engineering works or services.
A person or firm that violates the provisions of the Engineering Council Act, [chapter 27:22] shall be issued with a notice by the ECZ through registered mail to show cause within sixty days, from the date of issue of such notice, why Council should not take legal action against that person or firm.
A person or the owner of a firm being inquired into shall be allowed to submit any document which will constitute evidence to be relied on for defending himself or herself or itself as the case maybe.
Upon proof by the Council, that such a person or firms has committed an offence against the By- Laws, the Council may delete the name of the person or firm from the register.
A PERSON WHO IS AGGRIEVED BY A DECISION OF THE COUNCIL TO REFUSE TO REGISTER HIS OR HER NAME, OR TO REMOVE HIS OR HER NAME FROM THE REGISTER, OR TO SUSPEND THE EFFECT OF REGISTRATION OF HIS OR HER NAME, OR TO REFUSE TO RESTORE HIS OR HER NAME TO THE REGISTER, MAY APPEAL TO THE HIGH COURT AGAINST THE DECISION OF THE COUNCIL WHICH COURT SHALL GIVE DIRECTION IN THE MATTER AS IT THINKS PROPER