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By Phillimon Sefake of Senwabarwana online news.co.za
Schoeman Mametja is a South African carpenter and interior design. He is the founder and executive director of Ur own Design Carpentry Company ( be unique) at Orlando, Soweto in Johannesburg.
Schoeman was born and grew up in Indermark, Limpopo were I grew up in a handy family. Where my father was a man of all trades. After completing my high school studies I couldn’t afford university fees but to look for a job.
I worked as a cleaner for 3 months at a furniture company but I felt I can do what they’re doing until I started to use the machines. Along the line I went to George in Cape to study furniture technology which I graduated as a qualified carpenter. I worked as a lecture in furniture college.said Schoeman
I started seeing things differently from the furniture products where people are forced to buy furniture which they find in stores. I decided to start a company where My client will tell me what they want and I and my team design it. ( Ur own Design Carpentry Company be unique)
He do custom made furniture
Buit in wardrobes
And all furniture related
He work across South Africa
Contact or whatsapp him at: 0625199085
By Rakhulana Percy(senwabarwana online news)
George Masindi Nkawani, from Indermark currently reside at Turfloop due to school. He started a clothing brand called TakeOne which is selling fast and in large numbers.
TakeOne is not only a clothing brand but a stage name of his since he’s a musician. He currently have caps and bucket hats for sale at the moment and more to come such as hodies, T-shirts and trousers and even footwears
Here is TakeOne products
For ordering contact George Masindi Nkawani.
Contact: 082 351 9094
Facebook page: Takeone
Email address: email@example.com
Bucket: Hats= R120
R150 IF WE DELIVER VIA PEP
Thanks so much for supporting TakeOne brand that is taking South Africa by storm and soon it will go abroad. Order it today and wear local brand. #supportlocalbrand
( By Sefake Phillimon of Senwabarwanaonlinenews.co.za)
MAKE YOUR MARK
enke: make your mark ( enke) is a leadership development organisation that generates and incubates Youth-led social impact and enterprise. Our name “enke” is from the seTswana word for ” ink” which reflects our philosophy and work that empowers people to become the authors of their futures by leading change in their own lives and that of their communities. Our goal is to enable thousands of effective young leaders through our products and services and incubate 3000 social impact project by 2020.
Connect Equip Inspire
Connect: people across the diversity, creating valuable networks and building understanding
Equip: people with social and emotional skills
Real world skills that unlock opportunities for future success
Inspire: a bias towards action, increasing both personal and national development aspirations
The past 2 years have been a time organisational renewal, growth, dreaming and making magic happen. With report ( covering January 2017- June 2018), we reflect with pride on our past successes and leverage the many valuable lessons we learned. Our work and achievements in 2017-18 are the product of hustle and focus to overcome a difficult 2016, a year in which we made the tough decision to scale down so that we could focus on improving fundraising, repositioning our programs and service of offerings, diversifying our income mix and achieved a 194% increase in impact, 48% increase in income, and, though our Bespoke services, we’re able to engage with many more projects and opportunities. All this has been made possible through the tireless efforts of our wonderful team, the guidance of our board of directors and the amazing support of our partners.
While achieving impact and growing, 2017-18 was also a time for operational adjustment as we nagigated chances in the team and board.
Special thanks for the strong foundations in operations and programs laid by Kingsley Kipury ( former chief operations officer) and Natasha Asburry ( outgoing chief programs officer) who moved on in 2017 and 2018 after being with enke since 2012 and 2018 respectively.
This is not school
Get your hands dirty
Respect each other
We are the with you
Truth and Transparency
Create your own path
Make it happen- make it better
Highlight since 2009
3325- people trained in enke programs and bespoke projects 2009- June 2018
90% of program participants are from low-resourced disadvantage communities
60% of program participants are female
90% of program participants are black
736 people directly trained by enke facilitators through bespoke projects
We focus on developing the skills of youth to increase their effectiveness as leaders and their ability to contribute to a positive future. We do this by connecting, equipping, and inspiring young people to implement social impact projects that tackles issues that affect their communities. This contributes to developing effective young leaders- youth who have the desire and capability to access post-school opportunities, whether that’s an internship, employment, entrepreneurship, or Civic leadership
Our leadership development programs for high school youth. For post school youth and specialised services. Provide people with theoretical and practical skills that make it possible for them to become effective leaders in their communities. We have been incubating youth-led social impact projects since 2009 and our expertise is in capacitating youth towards social innovation, social cohesion and social responsibility.
enke: Catalyst program
This program is for unemployed, out of school youth ( 18-35 years old) and is a 6- month experience in social Enterprise and guided coaching for professional development to increase the likelihood of conversation to employment, enterprise, education or training.
Each cohort of the program is called an ” Intake.”
We host 1-3 intakes of the Trailblazer program each year, with each Intake accepting 125- 140 youth intakes depending on funding. Program intake run as follows for the 9 month program
Winter Intake: July- April ( celebration event held in may)
Summer Intake: December- August ( celebration event held in September)
At enke: make your mark, we empower young leaders to make their mark on their community, their country and their world. Our partners work with us to provide leadership and entrepreneurial training programs for young people. The result? Meaningful opportunities and impact in South African communities and the lives of youth. We offer a number of exciting ways of individuals and businesses to maximize their impact on communities and youth.
7th floor South Point Corner
87 De Korte St, Braamfontein
Johannesburg, South Africa
Thanks so much for reading, if you want to connect with them send email or call them to fulfill your dreams. Hard work pays
( By Sefake Phillimon of Senwabarwanaonlinenews.co.za )
according to rumor they were group of people were not wearing masks and soldiers asked them why they are not wearing masks and argument started and one of the soldiers shot the victim.
The man was rushed to Helen franz hopital in senwabarwana.
People are complaining about their safety because people who hired to protect them are now killing them.