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Success Stories Port Shepstone

Taking Up Office

Maningi Ndovela grew up in Bhomela about 10 km outside Port Shepstone. She matriculated at Merlewood Secondary School before going on to study Public Management at Esayidi TVET College and completing her N6 Certificate in 2013. She then took up part time work as a waitron but was always on the lookout for an opportunity to work in an office. Maningi is now placed...

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Cementing His Future

Nhlanhla Kheswa has always enjoyed working with his hands. He began his career as a plumbing assistant but like so many South Africans, found himself retrenched and unable to find more employment. He decided to return to college and study Electrical Engineering part time and it was while on campus that he heard about the Worklink/DreamWorker programme and registered...

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Riding the Soundwaves in KZN!

In late 2013, Siyabulela Ngesi was in the right place at the right time! The DreamWorker Worklink Team was holding a marketing drive in the rural towns of Southern KZN. Siya, who had previously been employed by the department of Education, had completed his contract, resulting in five months of unemployment. It was while visiting the municipal library at Harding,...

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Driving a great deal!

Nhlonipho Mvundla completed his Matric in 2008 and was unable to find employment from that time until he registered with us during September 2013. Within two months of connecting with the DreamWorker Worklink Centre, a full-time position was found for him at TradeCity. Nhlonipho was employed as a truck conductor, a job that involves a lot of travelling, delivering...

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Wholesale Happiness for Phumza

At the conclusion of her Financial Management studies in 2012, Phumza Mahlangabeza was fortunate enough to be chosen to do her 18 months practical training at the Port Shepstone Campus of the FET College.  It was during this training period that she was encouraged to register with the DreamWorker Worklink Centre. And that is how, at the beginning of March 2014, she...

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Switched on to work

Mzwandile Nxumalo matriculated at the South Coast Academy and then went on to register at the Esayidi FET College for an Electrical Engineering course. After completing  his N5 in 2008, he remained unemployed for 4 years. In 2013 he finally found temporary work for a few months  with an Electrical Company. Luckily one of his former lecturers advised him to register...

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