About Infrastructure News

Infrastructure News brings together the communities from our three magazines – IMIESA, Water&Sanitation Africa and ReSource. It’s a leading industry news hub, with in-depth articles, interviews and videos, an events calendar, and full social media functionality. In addition to the core website property, Infrastructure News also produce and distribute 3 weekly electronic newsletters.

Our mission is to provide news content that is:

  1. Accurate
  2. Reliable
  3. Informative

 

Meet the Editors

 

Alastair Currie

Managing Editor of Infrastructure News & Editor of IMIESA

Alastair Currie is the managing editor of Infrastructure News brand and also the editor of IMIESA Magazine. IMIESA is the official magazine of the Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa. Focusing on infrastructure development, maintenance, utilities management and service delivery, IMIESA reaches construction, service delivery, and industrial professionals in the infrastructure space.

 

Nombulelo Manyana

Editor of ReSource Magazine & Infrastructure News Digital Editor

­­­­­­Nombulelo Manyana is the editor of ReSource Magazine and Infrastructure News digital editor. ReSource is the essential magazine for integrated resource management, with a special focus on waste management and cleaner production. As the official magazine of the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA), ReSource is widely read by organisational leaders, as well as waste management and environmental professionals across the country.

Kirstin Kelly

Editor of Water & Sanitation Africa Magazine

Kirsten Kelly is the editor of our Water&Sanitation Africa Magazine. As the official magazine of the Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA), Water&Sanitation Africa provides updates on industry developments and project information on all things water and sanitation. Reaching both public and private sector – including industrial, mining, farming, and irrigation water professionals – Water&Sanitation Africa is the leading publication for the water and sanitation industries.

IMIESA

The official magazine of the Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA) IMIESA promotes the knowledge and practice of infrastructure development, maintenance and service delivery in southern Africa.

  • The magazine contains valuable information for municipal engineers, consulting and civil engineers as well as civil engineering contractors, making it the most important source of business intelligence for the infrastructure market.
  • It also provides essential content for municipal managers and senior public officials involved in all facets of infrastructure development, facilitating better decisions.

ReSource

The official magazine of the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) and is endorsed by 12 industry associations. ReSource is only integrated resources and waste management magazine in southern Africa.

  • ReSource promotes integrated resources management, with a special focus on waste management and cleaner production and waste to energy initiatives.
  • It provides comprehensive coverage of new developments, technologies, legislation and role players in the waste and environmental protection sectors.
  • Owing to the organisations with which it is affiliated, the magazine has access to up-to- date news and unique information regarding its industry.

Water & Sanitation Africa

The official magazine of the Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA), the magazine publishes content dealing with the supply, governance, financing, treatment and measurement of water and sanitation in southern Africa.

  • The magazine provides industry updates and project information for both the public and private sectors.
  • It is a vital source of business intelligence for municipal engineers, process controllers, water scientists, researchers, consulting engineers, plant operators, DWS government officials, treatment specialists and suppliers to the industry.
  • Due to the multitude of connections within the industry, Water&Sanitation Africa provides in depth coverage on the latest trends, projects, challenges and opportunities within the sector.

IMIESA

ReSource

Water & Sanitation Africa

The official magazine of the Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA) IMIESA promotes the knowledge and practice of infrastructure development, maintenance and service delivery in southern Africa.

  • The magazine contains valuable information for municipal engineers, consulting and civil engineers as well as civil engineering contractors, making it the most important source of business intelligence for the infrastructure market.
  • It also provides essential content for municipal managers and senior public officials involved in all facets of infrastructure development, facilitating better decisions.

The official magazine of the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) and is endorsed by 12 industry associations. ReSource is only integrated resources and waste management magazine in southern Africa.

  • ReSource promotes integrated resources management, with a special focus on waste management and cleaner production and waste to energy initiatives.
  • It provides comprehensive coverage of new developments, technologies, legislation and role players in the waste and environmental protection sectors.
  • Owing to the organisations with which it is affiliated, the magazine has access to up-to- date news and unique information regarding its industry.

The official magazine of the Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA), the magazine publishes content dealing with the supply, governance, financing, treatment and measurement of water and sanitation in southern Africa.

  • The magazine provides industry updates and project information for both the public and private sectors.
  • It is a vital source of business intelligence for municipal engineers, process controllers, water scientists, researchers, consulting engineers, plant operators, DWS government officials, treatment specialists and suppliers to the industry.
  • Due to the multitude of connections within the industry, Water&Sanitation Africa provides in depth coverage on the latest trends, projects, challenges and opportunities within the sector.