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Harambee

Posted By Irene James  on Mar 25, 2014 “HARAMBEE” – Swahili for ‘coming together’.  On occasion, we stumble across a little gem. By chance I tuned into a radio station last week expecting to hear more hollow promises from the politicians.  Instead I was treated to an interview with two individuals from an organisation called “Harambee” – an organisation helping ... Read More »

Seth Godin Delivers Stop Stealing Dreams Talk

Posted By: Olwethu Bandezi on March 18, 2014 Seth Godin is an American born author, entrepreneur, marketer, and public speaker. He is widely known for  giving speeches that challenge the status quo in issues on entrepreneurship, and marketing. Below he delivers an insightful speech that looks at the history of traditional education system, specifically why and how it was created.   Read More »

Our Expanded Premises

Posted By: Olwethu Bandezi on March 14, 2014 The time had come for us to relocate part of our business out of urban central area, where it has been for the past twelve years. Like all good things, our search for new learning centre premises required patience, and a clear vision of what we wanted it to be like. And ... Read More »

Masonite Class of 2013 Award Ceremony

Posted By: Quentin James on Mar 10, 2014 This was a marvelous occasion.  In fact, it was decided that this Certificate Ceremony beat all previous Certificate Ceremonies as everyone entered truly into the spirit of the occasion. A Zulu drummer, in full dress, provided an upbeat drumming and dancing rendition that got everyone’s attention and set the tone for a ... Read More »

Velociti: Strategically Deliver on Business Results Through Innovation & Projects

Posted By: Pat Pillay on Mar 04, 2014 The Velociti team attended Module 3 of the Project Management training programme which dealt with “Work as a Team to Monitor, Manage Risk and Quality Assure Projects” The training focused on 3 principles/ precepts: Teamwork, Risk Management and Quality Assurance.   The learners were separated into 2 teams (Big Five and The poachers) ... Read More »

Last Year’s Wood Products Processing

Posted By: Quentin James on Mar 04, 2014 Masonite is happy to report that the following fourteen from a group of twenty-three Year 2013 Level 3 Wood Products Processing Learners have been permanently employed at the Mill from 2014. Year 2012 Level 1 Special Awards (nominated from 126  learners from 5 groups who completed the Year 2012 Level 1 Learnership ... Read More »

An Interview with Irene James – CEO of Dionysus Skills Development Initiative (Pty) Ltd.

Posted By: Olwethu Bandezi on Feb 27, 2014 I interviewed the CEO of Dionysus, Irene James recently. This dynamic lady, who has been in education and people development for over 40 years, still exhibits the passion (often accompanied by her no-nonsense approach) to issues in the training world. O.B:  Dionysus has been in business for 12 years. To what do ... Read More »

GETC: Transport Greenable

Posted By: Phakeme Zungu on Feb 24, 2014 Our GETC: Transport training programme started on a high note with the learner’s still fresh and fueled up from their year end break everyone was ready to embark on anew journey of learning a new . Though everyone was looking excited on the first day,  none new how grueling the week was to ... Read More »

A Bouquet for Jacqui

Posted By: Olwethu Bandezi on Feb 24, 2014 From: Tanya Miller [mailto:tanya.m@randa.co.za] Sent: 30 January 2014 06:35 PM To: Irene James Cc: Jacqui Adams Subject: Thank you! Dear Irene I am currently doing the “Team Leader Skills” module with Jacqui and am sad to see that soon my modules will be complete. Since I started last year I have gained ... Read More »

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