ED projects

Recent ED projects include:

  Project   Overview Funding provided     Social impact
  Eluthandweni
Maternity Clinic
  Provision of quality healthcare and maternity facilities (non-profit hospital) R691 000     Improved the clinics resources via infrastructure expansion which enhanced its capacity to service the community
  A’Dare Women’s
Wellness Centre
  Preventative healthcare, wellness and lifestyle solutions through health screening and consultations R919 770     Improved the clinic’s resources and enhanced its capacity to service the community
  Xenia Information Technologies   IT consulting and services R497 986     Increased technology capabilities and equipment to assist the business to grow sustainably
  Karogano Trading and Projects   Burglar bar installation and provision of security upgrades R521 244     Enhanced prospects for success of this business, assisting it to expand and grow sustainably
  TL Nursing Agency   Placement programme training nursing personnel at all levels (with a database of 2 800 nurses nationally)

Wellness promotion at community and corporate level including health risk assessments by hosting health days

HIV/AIDS awareness

Home nursing, occupational health, KAPP survey and satisfaction survey
R1 240 000     Purchase of a company vehicle to assist the Nursing agency to provide mobile services to the community
  Provision Research
and Events
  Professional training, conferences, summits and exhibitions across industries

Females employed as a means to empower and develop black females
R240 000     Increased staff thereby creating employment in the community and improved infrastructure to better service their clients and make business more sustainable
  On Point Mobile Spa   Mobile services:
– Wellness days
– Massages
– Reflexology
– Manicures, pedicures, facials and
image consulting
R500 000     Increased equipment to expand services and grow the business further
  Kwelanathi CC   Executive search, permanent placement, ad response handling, head-hunting, specialist sourcing and talent management R304 000     Enhanced personnel resources thereby creating employment and improved equipment
  Zwide Photos   Photography services to companies, corporations and private individuals R500 000     Improved equipment for services rendered to clients, therefore building the business and ensuring sustainability of their service offering. This allowed the business to become a preferred supplier to AfroCentric
  Black Ground Outdoor   Outdoor advertising agency and Media Consultancy R1 068 500     Improved equipment and other infrastructure to improve their service offering
  The Media Writers
Firm
  Media and PR Agency R560 000     Hired additional personnel and equipment which assisted the business to become a preferred supplier for AfroCentric Healt

A total of R7.04 million was invested in enterprise development.

 

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