Upcoming Events

PlanetGIS Upcoming training, workshops

Pretoria (Lynnwood): 17 to 20 May 2016
Howick, KZN: 26 & 27 May 2015
The workshop in Howick will be a shortened version of the regular training course, but we will provide the full training manual and of course a lot of data. This workshop will be ideal for property professionals. For people in other industries, it will still be an excellent introduction to Planet GIS.


Free CAP Webinar on Urban Indicators

Please find attached details of a CAP webinar on urban indicators which is being broadcast live from the Caribbean Urban Forum on Friday 29 April. The event is free but places are limited so please register as soon as possible to guarantee a place. Full details are given on the attached fliers.

Invitation to Participate in the SAPI Gauteng World Town Planning Day 2015 Commemoration Event

In honor of World Town Planning Day, you are cordially invited to Participate in the SAPI Gauteng World Town Planning Day 2015 Commemoration Event

World Town Planning Day, celebrated annually on 8 November, is a special day dedicated to give special recognition to the ideals of community planning which bring professional planners and the general public together.

Professional Planners and allied professionals around the world will commemorate the World Town Planning Day 2015 under
The Theme: Housing Regeneration: Strengthening Communities.


Dear Member,
On behalf of the SAPI Western Cape Committee, it gives me great pleasure to invite you to attend the South African Planning Institute Western Cape’s Annual General Meeting, to be held at 7th Floor SALGA House on Tuesday, 22 September 2015 at 16:00.
At the meeting we will have a panel of speakers and thought leaders to lead the discussion on how spatial intelligence will transform and shape the city. We will present the committee report and hold an election for new representatives of the SAPI Western Cape branch committee.


Why Join SAPI

“SAPI is your organisation and enables you to:

  • Promote yourself as a member of a leading planning body and utilise the MSAPI (Member of SAPI) badge;
  • Be part of a knowledge sharing network by receiving key information via website and e-mail updates;
  • Receive a discount equivalent to your annual SAPI membership fees for the premier planning event in the South African calendar (Planning Africa conferences);

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Purpose & Aim

The purpose and aim of the South African Planning Institute (SAPI) is to enhance the art and science of sustainable local, regional and national human and physical development planning, and the theory and practise relating thereto:


  • to promote the profession of planning in South Africa;
  • to promote a high level of professionalism and ethical conduct in the broad interests


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