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Good day, Dionysus, Swazi speaking, how may I help you? I never imagined I would be answering calls at “Dionysus.” After some time searching for a job, I was on my way to The Workshop in central Durban in January this year, when I saw the Dionysus branded vehicle parked outside the Commercial City building with ‘Skills Development and Learnerships’ ... Read More »

Successful Week of Team Leader Learner Engagement at Diageo


Another incredibly good week of learner engagement and learning was spent at Diageo Training Centre, Isipingo, in May, with an excellent group of enthusiastic learners with diverse learning styles. There were 3 learning groups, namely: ` Fantastic Four`, `Amakhosi `and `The Strikers`.   The learners found the Learning Styles, Belbin Questionnaire and the group feedback particularly insightful with much comment, ... Read More »

GreenABLE AET Level 4 Learner Feedback Minimize


The feedback letters below were submitted by learners attending the AET Level 4 programme at GreenOFFICE – this programme is client specific and related to the workplace. The attending candidates were asked to convey their thoughts on what it meant to them personally, to attend and experience this programme.  In sharing this, they were asked to mention how they had ... Read More »

It’s Never to Late to Learn to Read and Write…


I HAVE THE RIGHT TO READ AND WRITE – what you’re doing right now is reading and understanding these words. I HAVE THE RIGHT TO READ AND WRITE – all I see are smiles. No, not because we understand or are able to read what is written – we’re smiling because we do not have a clue as to what ... Read More »

Zanaco Bank – An Amazing Week of Development, Discovery and Empowerment


Zanaco Bank`s approach to People and Human Resources is what sets them apart and gives them that competitive edge. It is hardly surprising that this bank was recognized as the “Best Bank in Zambia” two years in a row.   The energetic and interactive group of learners clearly embraced and demonstrated that Skills Development was not only critical to the ... Read More »

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