09 Jul 2018

Collaboratively negotiate

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

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09 Jul 2018

Uniquely develop quality catalysts

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

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09 Jul 2018

Intrinsicly plagiarize interactive

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

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09 Jul 2018

Distinctively provide access to backend

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

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09 Jul 2018

Seamlessly enable multimedia based technologies

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

Synergistically supply global testing procedures through ethical scenarios. Assertively develop empowered customer service and sticky leadership. Enthusiastically parallel task principle-centered portals via multimedia based scenarios.
Synergistically negotiate dynamic total linkage after sticky information. Objectively monetize 2.0 manufactured products and open-source web-readiness.Dynamically recaptiualize corporate “outside the box” thinking with worldwide e-commerce.

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08 Dec 2017

I created employment for myself

I created employment for myself

 The 25-year-old Mpho Chris Sadiki has always known what he wants in life: to create employment for himself and some youths.
Just after completing a course in soft leather-work design at Capricorn FET College in Polokwane, he was employed by a lady who specialised in handbags and other related items. His job stint lasted for only two years, after which he stayed at home, unemployed.

“The first months just sitting at home and loitering in the streets of Shayandima were the hardest in my life,” he said. “I shared my vision of starting a business with my mother, who advised me to do a material quotation. After one full year of doing nothing, I bought the material with the money that my mother gave me and made my first bag in December 2016.”

Today, he uses nylon, genuine leather and faux leather to make his amazing bags, which come in an assortment of sizes and colours. He is currently working from his studio in Polokwane. “I love travelling and I hope that, during my travelling, I will be able to introduce my work to other provinces. The other thing that gives me hope and motivation is the responses from my clients, who keep sending me motivational messages. They comment on the quality and durability of my handbags.”

He plans to employ some youths in the near future as a way of helping beat the scourge of unemployment. “I like almost everything that I do with my hands, because my hands can surely do magic with any leather material,” he said.

He urges all youths to stand on their own feet and start working for themselves, instead of just complaining about a lack of jobs. “It is a fact that there’s a lack of jobs in the country, but let’s not just sit and wait for someone to employ us,” he said. “Let’s try to do good stuff by using our own hands. Everything is very possible if you set your goals and persist in pursuing them.”

Mpho can be reached on 079 988 2903

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19 Feb 2015

Xongi takes Xitsonga culture to another level

For a talented woman who grew up in Vuhehli village in the Giyani area, even though she had done vocal backing for numerous singers and musicians, Xongi’s voice stood out and spoke volumes for her gift as a singer.

It was evident that she was not destined to work as a backing vocalist but as a singer of note, and one who would mesmerise thousands of music lovers with her voice.

She released a single earlier this year, followed by an album of the same name, Nyonga ya Mali. “The single went beyond my expectation, because it was the most downloaded Xitsonga single track,” she said. “People responded warmly to Nyonga ya Mali and it made me feel good.”

She was motivated by her husband and music promoter, Prince Rhangani. “He advised me to consider recording my first album, and I did exactly that,” she said. She added that she had found out that music was food for the soul and a medium of expression and communication.

Just in the first four days after uploading it online, Nyonga ya Mali broke the record when it reached 34 067 downloads. “This, I learned, had never happened with any other Xitsonga song before,” she said. “I felt that with Nyonga ya Mali, I was taking Xitsonga music to another level.”

Other standout songs on the album are Tsala Papila and Mbilu ya vava. The album comprises 11 tracks. “We have just finished recording my second album, which is due before Easter next year,” she said. “We are doing the final touches; my husband Prince is playing the role of producer.”


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She can be reached on 073 5559820 or 073 908 6605.

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06 Dec 2014

Bwasa Limpopo launches mentorship program

The Limpopo branch of the Businesswomen’s Association of South Africa (Bwasa) reached one of its milestones on Friday evening with the launch of the 2017 Bwasa Mentorship Programme at a venue in the city.
Bwasa Limpopo Chairperson Mmabogoshi Msiza welcomed guests and explained the mentorship programme.
“We recognise that women juggle so many different roles and sometimes neglect their own personal and business development, hence we created portfolios to address those areas. We are going to invent something that works for us by making mentorship more organised and focused,” Msiza said.
According to Msiza, many successful women refuse to mentor other women for fear of creating competition for themselves.
“A smart woman is aware that having an ally who cares about her career will only increase her chances for success. Often times, when women are mentored by men, they don’t necessarily feel empowered. Some may feel intimidated, trivialised, or patronised. Women role models, on the other hand, can become a great inspiration to help other women set strategic goals. We can relate with other women’s stories and struggles on a deeper level,” Msiza reckoned.
“To improve the technical narrative for women, it’s imperative that we stick together regardless of race, class, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity. Be a leader. Put your ego aside and find another woman to mentor,” Msiza concluded.
Msiza, Mankolo Lethoko, Tumi Modise, Prudence Bosch, Annikie Malukuta, Inno Mpe, Grace Sibara, Granny Matsaung, Vulani Malumbete, Pat Dlamini and Martie Mphelo were introduced as the mentors that will take 19 mentees through the programme that will kick off in due course.
Interesting topics that include starting up a business, building a brand, capitalising on opportunities and finance and management skills will be covered. Marketing skills, business assertiveness, customer care and skills development will also form part of the programme content.
Tsakani Nkambule, a former chairperson of Bwasa Limpopo also addressed the guests and encouraged them to take up their rightful place in business and community activities.

Story and photo: BARRY VILJOEN
>>barryv.observer@gmail.com

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06 Dec 2014

Community benefits from community-building programme

Community benefits from community-building programme

 The residents of Madombidzha village, including some traditional leaders, church leaders, medical professionals and police officers, were recently equipped with valuable knowledge on aspects of domestic violence, sexual assault, HIV and AIDS, future planning, child abuse, and human rights during week-long dialogues (training).
The training took place at the Makhado Christian Centre, where more than 600 people were trained as part of the Zero Tolerance Village Alliance – an intervention conceptualised and developed by the Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme (TVEP).

“Through the participants’ comments, one can see that our dialogues have an impact on their lives and it’s our wish to continue offering these dialogues,” said the project’s mentor, Ms Sarina Mudzwari.

She added that the project also aimed to empower the community to exercise their rights and to know where to go when those rights were violated.

“Looking at the interest which the participants showed, we feel these dialogues need to continue in other villages because it seems there’s a lack of information among community members on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, HIV and AIDS, future planning, child abuse, and human rights,” she said. “By expanding the dialogues to other villages, more people would know how to accept their social challenges and take responsibility for implementing solutions.”

She said that her concern was that people had little knowledge and were not familiar with their rights. “Some are even afraid to exercise their rights,” she said. “There’s a serious need for education in the communities.”

One of the facilitators, Ms Mukondi Madzena, lauded the participants for steady engagement during the weekly dialogues and said that she enjoyed working with every one of them. “They all seemed to know what they wanted when they interacted during the weekly dialogues,” she said. “They were quite vocal and ready to ask question for clarity and understanding. They learned a lot.”

TVEP’s programme director, Fiona Nicholson, said that they were currently negotiating with Makhado FM to expand the reach of educational dialogues. She invited local businesspeople to contact her or the manager of Makhado FM if they would like to join the campaign as a means of showing the people of Vhembe their commitment to eradicating violence against women and children.

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