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MarbleTech gives back
MarbleTech launches its Learnership 2020
Photo left to right: Sthabile Thusi, Nomcebo Makhaya, Nobahle Dyubeni, Nondumiso Simelane, Thulile Gina and Nomfundo Ndwadwe.
MarbleTech’s Learnership 2020/21 is progressing well
The six, female learners are busy with the academic component of the learnership and their mentor has expressed satisfaction with the performance of all the learners, to date. Modules on Communications, Microsoft Word & MS Outlook have been completed and the learners are currently busy with MS Powerpoint, with three modules to go.
In their own words
My name is Nomcebo Makhanya, I am a 26 years old young lady. I was born and grew up in a small town called Pongola in the KwaZulu-Natal province. I started attending my lower grades in Golela Combined School in Pongola and went on to my higher grades at OPhongolo High school where I completed my matric which is in our township called Ncotshane. When I finish my IT learnership I wish to work for one of the IT biggest companies in SA and become a biggest asset there.
Good day my name is Nobahle Dyubeni, I am 20 years old, am from Pongola. I attended my high school at Dwaleni High School. After this IT learnership course, I would like to work in a successful company as an IT administrator.
Greetings my name is Sthabile T. Thusi, 23 years of age. I am from Pongola, I went to OPhongolo High School. I wish to become an IT Specialist one day, know everything about the IT industry. I am really looking forward to being doing my workplace training and get a permanent job after the training.
I am a young woman who wants to make change around my village in Pongola. I completed my matric last year at Dwaleni High school. I am ambitious and I love to learn new things. I would love to be a software engineer and have my own developed software registered in my name.
I am Nomfundo Ndwandwe from Pongola township, I went to Dwaleni high school where I obtained my grade 12 last year. I am hard working person and love challenges and would love to be a Network Analyst.
I am Thulile Gina 25 years of age. I live at Pongola in Ncotshane. I am currently doing my learnership at MarbleTech which is an IT company. I am looking forward to this learnership and willing to comply with everything that I’m given as a learner. I went to Dwaleni High School which is where I completed my matric. After I finish this course, I want to be an IT assistant in any company which operates with tightening the security system.
MarbleTech gives back
We are proudly supporting three NPOs
MarbleTech is proud to be supporting three charity/non-profit organisations namely Operation Healing Hands, Learning in Reach and Milimani Educational Trust. Everyone at MarbleTech is inspired by these organisations and the work they do to make an impact on children’s lives in South Africa. We feel honoured to partner with these special organisations.
Operation Healing Hands (OHH) started in 2016. The number of doctors that give their ‘free’ time to conduct operations is amazing.
OHH performs various operations, from cataract removal and hip and knee replacements for the elderly, to the removal of tonsils & wisdom teeth for children.
Some MarbleTech staff members went to spend a day at the Centurion Day Hospital to see how OHH works and also in support of Mandela day. “It was pleasant spending the day with children, parents, friendly OHH staff and Centurion Day Hospital staff. We received a warm welcome and they all thanked MarbleTech for our contribution on the day”: said Petro Grobler, MarbleTech’s Marketing Manager.
OHH in partnership with Jacaranda 94.2fm radio station, are making a difference in people’s lives.
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Learning In Reach (LIR) is a non-profit organisation based in Cape Town, providing an inclusive solution to the challenges faced by traditional Early Childhood Development, specifically targeting Lavender Hill in the Cape Flats. Learning In Reach focuses on growing the skills of teachers and parents to empower them to be better teachers, leaders and role-models for our children, our future generation and hope for a better country.
A solutions driven NPO, LIR supports and aims to provide the following: Infrastructure, Educational Resources, Facility registration, Entrepreneurial co-operative, Parent Outreach, Training of Teachers, Health and Nutrition and Trauma Counselling.
The Milimani Educational Trust was established in 2003. The primary function was to support three crèches in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
For most of the 14 years we have, in true fishes & 5 loaves style, focused on what we could afford and set the feeding scheme as our priority. Due to financial constraints or our learners the Trust remains focussed on providing food each term, stationery and training.
With other donations we have enrolled our teachers to be qualified as ECD teachers. Three teachers completed up to Level 5 and in 2018/9 we enabled another 4 teachers to do their Level 4 training.