Naturally a thing before first things.
Nature was here first when you put it first you automatically allow natural orchestrations of order in your life to advance the current course of your livelihood.
Naturally the environment can live without us.
Naturally mankind can't live without the environment.
A thing before first things.
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Successful people like to win and achieve high standards. This can make them so terrified of failure it ruins their lives. When a positive trait, like achievement, becomes too strong in someone’s life, it’s on the way to becoming a major handicap. No one likes to fail.
Whether it’s at work, at home, or in another area of your life, failure is painful – and it can also be costly in terms of time, money or both. “But failing is a part of the game that is life”, says Karl Smith – author…Continue
DAREN GANGA PRESENTATION OF GIFT FOR NELSON MANDELA TO ACHMAT DANGOR, CEO OF THE NELSON MANDELA CENTRE OF MEMORY ON 26 OCTOBER 2012
This special meeting and presentation was facilitated by Community Development Initiatives International (CDI International)…Continue
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A SPECIAL MOMENT AT THE NELSON MANDELA CENTRE OF MEMORY
A special meeting took place on 26 October 2012 when Daren Ganga presented the CEO of the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, Mr. Achmat Dangor, with a gift for Mr. Nelson Mandela.
The gift was a token of appreciation from…Continue
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For some, this may make you think it is like a DEJAVU blog or a 'Dear Abby' song.
So I am just going to cut to the chase.
What really annoys me is doing the setas' work. They refer people to me to give them the information that they have. Does this make sense??
I was recently asked how to go about sending staff on training as they pay SDL levies? I referred them to Merseta to get the ‘valued’ information they need to move forward: to…
Added by Bronwyn Newman on October 26, 2012 at 12:37 — No Comments
A Cape Town’s high school principal’s open letter to South African…Continue
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INVITATION TO BID
OFFICE ACCOMODATION: SERVICES SETA REGIONAL OFFICES
The Services Sector for Education and Training Authority (SSETA) is a statutory body established through the Skills Development…Continue
Added by Bronwyn Newman on October 25, 2012 at 11:56 — No Comments
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Added by Ndondo MaShamase on October 25, 2012 at 11:03 — No Comments
Daren Ganga, Sports Ambassador for Trinidad & Tobago and past captain of the West Indies Cricket Team emphasised the importance of education when addressing an international media conference in Johannesburg.
Daren Ganga addressed a group of young primary school children who presented Ganga with a signed cricket bat by the First XI of the Totiusdal Primary School in Tshwane advising the youth to " strive for excellence in all you do and remember your…Continue
Added by Don Leffler on October 22, 2012 at 11:21 — No Comments
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Added by Anzel Spiller on October 19, 2012 at 10:33 — No Comments
I am trying to extend my scope with my primary seta and have to submit all my docs (Entire QMS) everytime like I did with my initial application to become accredited. It does not make any sense! Any ideas or advice, thanks
Added by Zalia Frosler on October 19, 2012 at 9:28 — No Comments
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Added by Ndondo MaShamase on October 19, 2012 at 9:26 — No Comments
Just a few major national strikes have the economy on the verge of collapse and this is all because of the immaturity of the human resources and human capital divisions. We are not trained executives and it is all our fault.
When are we going to concede that we are highly paid administrators that seek opportunities to hand to our staff pills when they feel unwell and heaven-for-bid concern ourselves with "accredited training material" and "quality assurance matters" when in-fact we…Continue
Added by Moegsien Harris on October 16, 2012 at 20:44 — No Comments
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Added by Elmaine Volschenk on October 15, 2012 at 7:55 — No Comments
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Thanks and God bless
Added by Anzel Spiller on October 12, 2012 at 13:38 — No Comments
My son is 9 years old and is attending Grad 3 at Excelsior Primary in Cape Town.
I find him very passionate about computers, especially graphics and animation. In his room he has a PC, and recently when I asked what he wants if he did great at school for Christmas he said "Dad, you can buy me a laptop - because there's no computer at grandma's place"
I am thinking of giving him further exposure by enrolling him in a course or some sort of computer…Continue
Added by Siyabonga Dilimeni on October 12, 2012 at 12:08 — No Comments
I have recently been involved in facilitating workshops on the Fais Act regulatory exams.
Learners must pass this exam to work as a Financial Advisor in South Africa.
We had 3 full day workshops plus "homework" between workshops this included mock exams.
Despite all the prep work the pass rate has been dismal.
A range of different facilitators were used across SA. The results were similar.
Any ideas on what works or does not…Continue
Surely if we had such "reputable learning" places for all time long,and question the credibility of their qualification now, whom do we blame? institutions or weak regulatory policies ? It pains to nullify attended qualification and it should be criminal if people knew what is right and choose not do it. when shall we ever see people take ownership and responsibility of their own greed in our country ? SAD and UNFORTUNATE
Added by Prof. Dr Hassan Kasolo ( PhD) on October 10, 2012 at 11:39 — No Comments
When South Africans are unhappy or dissatisfied they don't talk about it, they strike. Protests when they are conducted peacefully and within the boundaries of the law are considered to be legal. But not everything that is legal is necessarily good or right and in my opinion protests certainly top the list of 'so called' lawful practices.
Now the question is not whether these groups have a legitimate reason for feeling angry and…Continue