Bosch Holdings Enginuity Enginuity October Issue 2019
Andy Knox, Guy Perrins, Peter Tooley, Jeshika Ramchund, Sibusisiwe Nxumalo, Balan Govender and Jason Holder.
Not in the photo: Rajiv Paladh.
Bosch Holdings wins multiple awards
The Bosch Holdings team has
achieved many awards over the last
12 months and we believe our success
comes from pursuing excellence,
extraordinary service and innovation,
through authentic people.
Bosch Projects was awarded a Silver
Arrow certificate at the PMR Africa
Business Excellence Awards for
the National Survey on Consulting
Bosch Projects also received two
awards for the eThekwini Municipality’s
Provision of Water and Sanitation to
Informal Settlements, the SAICE Durban
Branch Award for the Most Outstanding
Civil Engineering Achievement and
an award from IMESA/CESA in the
Community Upliftment and Job
Bosch Holdings was the finalist and
runner up in the award for Nation-
builder at the 2019 Absa Business Day
Supplier Development Awards.
Jeshika Ramchund of Bosch Projects
was awarded the 2019 Young Engineer
of the Year by CESA, the SAICE Durban
Branch Young Engineer of the Year
and the SAPSA Engineering Young
Professional of the Year. Jeshika also
won the trophy for SAIBPP Rising Star
We are proud that our team has
been acknowledged for attributes,
which encompass the demonstration
of leadership skills, professionalism,
integrity and a passion for excellence.
Sibusisiwe Nxumalo of Bosch Projects
was awarded first prize at IMESA for
her paper on Rethinking Wastewater
In addition, Bosch Capital won the
SAPSA 2019 Advisory Firm of the Year
Award in the category for Commerce,
Law and Management.
A prestigious global accolade was
awarded to Booker Tate at the British
Expertise International Awards, in the
International Collaborative Project
category, for designing a Public Private
Partnership framework initiative in the
agricultural sector of Mozambique.
Jeshika Ramchund presenting at SAPSA.