Project Management South Africa (formerly known as PMISA) was formed in 1997 as a National Association to represent project management professionals across all sectors in South Africa. Since 1997 the PMSA membership has grown to almost 1000 members, who are drawn from a diverse cross section of industries and ethnic groups.
The drive to create PMSA came from a need for a cross sector forum for
practitioners to meet and work together and for a national body to work with
local organisations and the South African government in developing effective
project management within South Africa.
Some of the results of the government projects are described on this website. Since 1997 key projects have been:
PMSA operating structures
PMSA is a not-for profit professional association that is governed by a Board
of Directors, managed and administered by a National Office and directed by a
National Executive Committee. The Board and National Executive Committee
members are elected volunteers. The National Executive Committee is headed up by
a President who serves a two-year term, and comprises Vice-Presidents in the
portfolios of Projects, Finances, Membership, Branches, Special Interest Groups,
Marketing and PR, Technical and Education, and Professional Liaison.
2015/11/03 » 2015/11/04
PMSA Knowledge Series - Conversational Leadership Seminar with Jurgen Oschadleus
2015/11/11 » 2015/11/12
PMSA Western Cape Regional Conference: 'Grow the Economy - Sharpen your Saw'