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Queen Sibinda replied to Des Squire's discussion Should the way in which strikes and picketing are conducted be more controlled?
" In my opinion,yes we should have a control over Unions and their conduct, but why  carry dangerous weapons to a  stike and picketting gathering if you don't intend to use them in the first place. I condemn what happened…"
Aug 20, 2012
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Queen Sibinda replied to Fikile Motsamai Dube's discussion Education, Jobs, Land : The ANC government walks the talk at last
"Hi Fikile I certainly hope you are right this time,speeches have been delivered with poor or no outcomes,fo me this is just  a talk I need to wait and see the walk."
Jan 20, 2011
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The Power Of Positivity in the workplace

Employees determine how things are going throughout the workday and within the organization by observing how managers/supervisors are acting at any given moment.And,because Employees collect 80% of their information from non- verbal cues managers/supervisors give off ,and not from the words they speak,it's how managers/supervisors act that matters to Employees.If managers/supervisors have a worried expression constantly on their face,everyone in the workplace is affected - and not in a good…See More
May 5, 2010
Queen Sibinda replied to Des Squire's discussion Developing a culture of learning - Is it necessary?
"I agree with you 100%,this is excatly what is happening to us,inservice trainings in my organisation are compulsary and yet we are no consulted on what issues do we need training on and we sit in a training that you don't really have an…"
May 4, 2010
Queen Sibinda replied to Des Squire's discussion How can men help to reduce the Aids infection rate in women? in the group HIV/AIDS related issues
"I think we have been trying for so long to educate men on issues that are affecting women,for me a lack of responibity or interest in women issues contributes a lot in increasing the rate of infection in women and children.Men have been taking a…"
Apr 7, 2010
Queen Sibinda left a comment for Alan Hammond
"Dear Alan Thank you for the invite.I agree wiyh Kathrene there are just not enough hours in the day,I need to make more of an appearence,poeple that I have invited to join are more involved than me.Hope to chat to you soon.Thank you again for the…"
Jan 29, 2010
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Nov 24, 2009
Queen Sibinda left a comment for Wilma de Villiers
"Thank you for getting back to me.My details are as follows Queen Sibinda 40 Rubusana street Langa 7455.I am very much interested."
Oct 5, 2009

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"Hi, Queen You need to be employed at an ECD site (creche) or be a volunteer. We send the names of interested people to Social Development and they do the selection. If you are interested, e-mail me and give your address. I will post the form and…"
Oct 2, 2009

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These photos where taken at Mbekweni Location,Paarl on the 5th of June 2010.That's me with David Dennis(better known as Sol in Soul City Series.Soul City was launching Soul City 10 Series PHUZA WIZE CHAMPAIGN,and Mbekweni was identified as one of the 'Hot Spot" with Alcohol and Drug abuse.

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The Power Of Positivity in the workplace

Posted on May 5, 2010 at 14:30 0 Comments

Employees determine how things are going throughout the workday and within the organization by observing how managers/supervisors are acting at any given moment.And,because Employees collect 80% of their information from non- verbal cues managers/supervisors give off ,and not from the words they speak,it's how managers/supervisors act that matters to Employees.If managers/supervisors have a worried expression constantly on their face,everyone in the workplace is affected - and not in a good…

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At 7:26 on November 10, 2010,
Expert Advisor
Des Squire
said…
Hi Queen
It seems to be fine this morning if it is the Ethics Article you refer to. You can also drop me an e-mail at des@amsiandassociates.co.za
At 20:56 on October 2, 2009,
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Wilma de Villiers
said…
Hi, Queen

You need to be employed at an ECD site (creche) or be a volunteer. We send the names of interested people to Social Development and they do the selection. If you are interested, e-mail me and give your address. I will post the form and information to you.

Regards
Wilma
At 9:36 on July 6, 2009, solly matile said…
Thanx everybody for the warm welcome. do you guys we are anywhere near achieving the targets set out in our NSP 2007 - 2011?
At 16:12 on June 18, 2009, sylvia hammond said…
Hi Queen - don't worry - we're all new to this & learning as we go along. I'll delete the first one. Enjoy our site.
At 13:28 on June 18, 2009, sylvia hammond said…
Hi Queen,
I see that you've joined twice with 2 different email addresses, do you want to keep both of them, or do you want me to delete one of them?
 
 
 

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