Segametsi Hope Expertise Terms & Conditions

  • All prices and related information provided in the quotation are exclusively intended for the Customer and are confidential.
  • An Agreement not paid on the due date by the Customer shall bear interest at a rate of 2.0% per month calculated with effect from the due date on which such Agreements are payable.
  • Copyright of all final print-ready artwork will vest with Segametsi until full and final settlement of the account, where after it will be transferred to the Customer.
  • All development tools, coding, program structures and architecture, database structures and functionality; and inherent Intellectual Property shall remain the Intellectual Property and ownership of Segametsi and/or its Service Provider/s
  • Final proofs must be signed and dated by the Customer before printing / publication can commence.
  • Prices do not include any author amendments (corrections made by the Customer after the final proofs have been signed off), to expedite delivery, such costs may be additionally charged to the Customer at the ruling tariffs.
  • The correct and final product will be provided on full and final payment.
  • No order may, after its acceptance, be partially amended or cancelled in any way, unless both parties agree to it in writing.
  • Material, labour costs and deliveries have been included at prices ruling at time of quotation / Price adjustments arising from any increase in these costs will be for the Customer’s account.
  • Segametsi and/or its Service Provider(s) shall not be liable to the Customer for loss of profits or for incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the execution of the order.
  • Segametsi and/or Service Provider(s) will not be held responsible for any delays in delivery due to:
    • Late performance or non-performance of delivery, which is not due to the negligence of Service Provider(s)
    • Any amendments to the order after the date of the quotation being accepted.
    •  Failure to gain access to information, when required, or from failure to receive appropriate documentation in time from the Customer.
    • Any costs incurred due to these delays will be for the Customer’s account.

Websites

  • Service Provider(s) will store back-ups of preceding websites for a period of 6 months after uploading the new website.
  • Once a website has been completed, Service Provider(s) will not be held responsible for:
    • Creating backups of the website
    • Repair to the website due to Customer error
    • Website software should be updated once a year for security purposes and is the responsibility of the Customer to undertake.
    • Standard designs apply to web design forming part of a Design Package.

OUR GENESIS

     

WHEN?

WHY?

HOW?

OUR COMPANY WAS REGISTERED ON 21 SEPTEMBER 2001, WITH A VISION TO DO BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY PASSIONATE ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE WE DEVELOP PEOPLE AS WELL AS INCUBATE AND DEVELOP PROFITABLE BUSINESSES BY TRAINING AND MENTORING INTO LEADERSHIP AND STEWARDSHIP

WHY WE DO IT

SEGAMETSI WAS ESTABLISHED TO MEET THE NEED OF BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE FORMAL AND INFORMAL SECTORS.

 

Business people are often willing and able to contract | contribute financially, into the INFORMAL SECTOR via innovative projects. 

 

The gap preventing effective and meaningful participation is the lack of information and understanding of this market.

   

“The single most important investment any country can make is in its people”
National Development Plan - RSA

WHO WE ARE

SEGAMETSI strives always to deliver simple, professional and unique solutions. This comes from years of experience of thinking ‘outside the box’, and not accepting anything as immovable or insurmountable. WHO WE ARE Creativity driven by clients’ needs and market conditions, results in paradigm shifts

 

 

Creativity driven by clients’ needs and market conditions, results in paradigm shifts

 

 

 

SEGAMETSI has a strong and diverse Professional Team including Chartered Accountants, Project Managers, Property Developers, Software Developers, Engineers, B-BBEE Consultants, IRBA Verification Officials and Medical Professionals.

WHAT WE LOOK LIKE

SEGAMETSI is proud to be part of the WINDE Group

Woman in Industry | Development | Energy

Wendy Luhabe

Founder and Chair

Wendy is a recipient of three Honorary Doctorates for her work with Women, is a former Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg and was awarded the Lieutenant of the Victorian Order (LVO) by the British Royal Family in 2014.

Ms. Madelein Mkunu

Founder and CEO, Leading Women of Africa

Madelein is the Founder and President of Leading Women of Africa, a pan-African forum that seeks to promote economic empowerment, new leadership and unity of women of Africa. She has spent 14 years in the financial administration of various South African companies

Sharron L Mcpherson

Founding Member

Executive Director Legal & Strategy

Sharron is an accomplished investment banker and former Wall Street attorney. She has also held influential positions in South Africa including Executive Chair of the Woman's Enterprise Development Initiative (WEDI). She is a senior guest lecturer at the University of Cape Town, is a published author and frequently speaks at global events including TED, the World Economic Forum and the Global Alliance

Ms. Mpume Nkabinde

Co–Founder, African Women in Construction (AWIC) - South Africa

Mpume is an Chief Executive Officer of Finlay and Associates, first woman president of SAPOA, co-founding member of Noah and trustee of the Noah Sustainability Trust. She is a Co-founder and Managing Director of Sigma Lifts and Escalators (Pty) Ltd, serves as Chairman of Otis (Pty) Ltd. She is also an Independent Non-Executive Director of Growthpoint Properties Ltd. and serves as a Director of The South African Property Owners Association

Ms. Khumo Ntlha

WOESA CEO

Khumo received her education and training on social development at Wits and in Israel. She has extensive experience in the international donor community and has sat on overseas donor boards and committees for a number of years.

Ms. Margaret Bango

Chairperson, Women in Logistics & Transport (WILAT) – South Africa

Margaret chairs the South African arm of a global forum within the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International whose main objective is to revolutionize supply chain in the logistics and transport.

WINDE STRUCTURE

SEGAMETSI STRUCTURE

PARTNERSHIPS

GROUP PARTNERSHIPS

 

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

 

CORE PRINCIPLES

People and communities are our core focus

STEWARDSHIP is the fundamental principle for success. Stewardship will remain with the community in order to truly uplift the community.

PARTNERSHIPS involving various (management, leadership, technical, financial, operational) stakeholders are fundamental to the successful implementation of the project. The communities and their leaders are the most important partners required for success.

The financial viability of the project is extremely sensitive to the MANAGEMENT of the administrational, procedural and human resources. The concept ergonomically systemises the management processes in order to create as efficient an environment as possible and is continually under review in order to enhance dynamic improvements.

TRAINING is one of the cornerstones of the CARE model. It starts with “Foundational Training”, then continues with “Skills Training” and ultimately rounds it off with formal training. This function will be part of the employee training program.

SHARED VALUES are extremely important to successful project delivery. A value statement and associated checks and balances will always be available for scrutiny, to ensure the highest standards.

It is a fundamental non-negotiable for ACCOUNTABILITY for all activities and at all levels. Financial and activity measurement and control is essential for long-term sustainability.

TRANSPARENCY will be employed at all times and be expected by all role players.

FOUNDATIONAL STRATEGY

Our foundational strategy first ascertains the level of education and training required by the community.

We then assess the health status and infrastructure of the community, followed by commercial opportunities.

 

Without catering for commercial enterprises within the community fabric, the community is condemned to be economically unsustainable regardless of housing typology.

 

These preceding steps determine the urban and infrastructure design for the resultant village around which we build the community.

 

We can never get a re-creation of community and heal our society without giving our citizens a sense of belonging.

FACILITATION

Job creation is a by product of financial sustainability within the community. We have to identify viable and commercially sustainable businesses from the existing community assets. This leads to community driven, community owned, and community implemented solutions including housing and infrastructure provision.

 

Entrepreneurial screening is critical to identify potential entrepreneurs. Correctly identification and resultant training and education linked to the opportunities inherent within the community empowers them to become the future commercial leaders and job providers of their community.

THINGS WE HAVE DONE

 

We are proud to list some of our

achievements over the life-span of our business,

measured in changed lives as well as rands and cents

   

INTERVENTIONS TO DATE

OVER 1,000,000 INTERVENTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

TRAINING - 1,418 TRAINED

  • New Venture Training program at NBCC – 278 graduating with a SAQA certification,
  • 185 woman TiAuto Day Care Centre Business Training
  • 185 principals / supervisors, mainly woman UKUPHUMELA Simulcast training
  • 800 people, mainly woman trained in new business development skills
  • Solar Installation course – 150 installers, 55 woman

 

SOLAR RENTAL CO-OPERATIVES – 900 FAMILIES

  • Three Solar Rental cooperatives: Khatorus, New Jerusalem and Springs renting out + 900 home solar units affecting 900 under-privilege families.

SOLAR INSTALLATIONS – TENDERS EKURHULENI – 12,000 FAMILIES

  • To date Segametsi has successfully installed 12,000 units in designated informal settlements. The balance of the tender amounts to a further 15,000 units

SOLAR INSTALLATIONS – TENDER DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY – PILOT 800 FAMILIES

  • Pilot in Kuruman, Segametsi installed 800 units in designated rural settlements. The balance of the tender amounts to a further 10,000 units.

FEEDING VULNERABLE CHILDREN - + 1,338,000 MEALS TO DATE

  • Ti-Auto program, 482 children, 3 provinces – 4 years, + 705,000 meals
  • SAPPI & Lignotech program, 250 children, KZN South Coast – 3 years, + 275,000 meals
  • NBCC program, 245 children, East Rand, - 4 years, + 358,000 meals

 

SEGAMETSI HOPE (SA) ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT FUND - + 70 MICRO LOANS

  • To date + 70 loans were granted, total value of R1,3 million.

SEGAMETSI INCUBATOR – 5 WOMAN DIRECTORS, 10 NEW BUSINESSES, + 500 NEW JOBS

  • 5 woman on a Company Act, Directors & Corporate Governance training program. 10 NEW companies under the Incubator and projected to be independent within 4-5 years employing by estimation 500 new jobs

ROAD TO WELLNESS – 2,000 SCREENINGS

  • To date Segametsi and Dr. JM Klopper, have screened 2,000 people to assist them with a Road to Wellness guideline. This program has only recently being launched and impact will grow dramatically.

CO-OPERATIVE REGISTRATIONS – 30 CO-OPERATIVES, EMPLOYING 150 PEOPLE

  • To date Segametsi has successfully registered 30 co-operatives employing a minimum of 150 people.

 

FEATURED PROJECTS

 

FINNINGLEY   GO! DURBAN
     
A truly integrated, green city   Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network
www.finningley.co.za   www.godurban.co.za
 

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