Restoring, protecting and managing the environment are integral to the services we offer. Our environmental staff is dedicated and embedded in project teams where our clients need them. Our resources are enormous, not just in numbers but also in expertise from GIS to botany, zoology and horticulture.
Our staff specializes in Land Restoration, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), Environmental Training and Awareness and Ecological Research.
In the last few years our team has been involved with some of the more complex and diverse projects in our field. Currently we are providing services to government agencies.
Our staff is committed to approaching every project with a blend of professionalism and attention to detail, while maintaining an open dialogue with the client. We are dedicated to being responsive, informative, and sensitive to budgets and time constraints. At Sigwela and Associates, complete client satisfaction is of paramount importance.
Should you find interest in Sigwela and Associates, please contact us to set up a meeting and we can work together to build a strong working relationship with you or your organization.
The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs Edna Molewa led an Inter-Ministerial site visit and public awareness initiative on Desertification, Land Degradation and Drought (DLDD) which was on Friday, 29 April 2016 in Bensonvale College, Sterkspruit, Eastern Cape.
The purpose of the site visit and public awareness initiative was to showcase to the public and demonstrate to the political heads the extent of desertification as well as the relevant strategies implemented to address the challenge. Read more “Ministerial visit”
In celebration of the Mandela Day 2015, Sigwela and Associates held an Environmental Awareness day at Jozana’s Hoek Junior Secondary School. The event included the school, the community members and also the participants of the Land Rehabilitation project that Sigwela and Associates is currently implementing in the Jozana area in Sterkspruit. Sigwela and Associates handed over implements such as wheelbarrows, spades, pieks, rakes, watering cans, and seeds to the school so that they can start a vegetable garden. The aim of this was to both celebrate Mandela Day and also incorporate food security as the community was also encouraged to start their own self-sufficient gardens and were also provided with equipment and seeds.
The Event was graced by the presence of the ward 12 councillor, Madoda Bingwa, Officials from the Department of Agriculture, SAPS, ward committee, the school principal, and Dr Ayanda Sigwela of Sigwela and Associates.
These gardens will visited monthly to monitor their progress.