Gibela has received the CEO's Company of the Year Award from the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa). The award recognises Gibela for having the highest spend on training services provided by Seifsa divisions.
Said Gibela CEO Thierry Darthout: We are delighted that our contributions to skills development and training – part of our economic development commitment to our customer, PRASA – are bearing fruit and receiving external recognition.”
Gibela’s Training & Development Manager, Andile Mabindisa, received the award on behalf of Thierry at Seifsa’s Awards for Excellence event.
CEO's Award for Company of the Year
Gibela’s Andile Mabindisa (left) receives the CEO’s Top Company Award from Seifsa CEO Kaizer Nyatsumba
Recognising the importance of educational support – at all levels – in surrounding communities
14 May, 2018: Duduza, Ekurhuleni: Ekurhuleni-based train manufacturer Gibela has publicly renewed its commitment to Make A Difference in the communities neighbouring its Dunnottar factory at an event at Mom Sebone Secondary School in Duduza. READ MORE
Gibela launches Make A Difference campaign (EK FM Live read)
Ekurhuleni’s new train manufacturer, Gibela, has renewed its commitment to Make A Difference in the communities close to its factory.Gibela’s Make A Difference campaign brings together community projects, offering educational support and skills development. Its maths and science project is run at three TVET college campuses, and has supported 100 learners and seven teachers in 2017. Saturday maths and science classes support a further 450 learners. Gibela encourages learners to learn a trade and become artisans and provides apprenticeship and learnership opportunities. |LISTEN