Top students declare Zutari “graduate employer of choice”

Zutari was awarded first place in its category in the prestigious GradStar Students’ Choice Awards 2020 - testimony that the next generation of talent is excited to join a company that cares about creating enduring impact through infrastructure.

Zutari invests more than R4 million per year in bursaries for such impact-minded students.  The company funds 44 undergraduate bursars at leading universities such as Stellenbosch, the University of Cape Town, the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Pretoria.  Forty-three percent of these students are female, and seventy-five percent are previously disadvantaged.

Zutari also partners with the Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works by supporting the Masakh’iSIzwe Bursary Programme.  This programme provides bursaries and support for diplomas and degrees in transport, engineering and the built-environment; helping to address critical skills shortages in these areas.

Zutari engineers impact by supporting tomorrow’s bright young minds.  Read more about these and other initiatives here.

At Zutari, we believe in co-creating an engineered impact enable environments, communities and economies to thrive.

Zutari is an infrastructure advisory, design, and engineering consultancy. In the past 90 years, we’ve formed a deep-rooted relationship with Africa, the Middle East, and its people. Staying in business for almost a century is a testament to our agility and resilience.

Our broad collective of in-house, industry-recognised engineering consultants and trusted advisors provide seamless and integrated delivery of infrastructure projects. These solutionists combine their technical mastery, creative intelligence, and digital smarts to reframe traditional engineering for a new world.

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