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SAIMC: Tshwane branch

May 2019 SAIMC

There have been some changes at the branch and Morne Maree has taken over from Petrus Klopper. Petrus will move to a new portfolio for which more information will be communicated later. Nico Marneweck is taking over as the secretary and will gradually take on more responsibility. Petrus will continue to assist Muhammad Babamia with the treasury role, while Mark Taylor will focus more on public relations.

At the April technology evening, Sagadevan Kanniappen of WIKA presented on the subject: ‘Primary flow elements’. In future it is hoped that we can publish presentations in the online forum. In the interim, please feel free to request these via email.

Finally, and as a thank you and recognition to IoT.nxt for allowing the branch to use their venue for technical evenings, the committee recently took a decision to award them with branch patron membership.


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