TCTA issues a passport to the future


TCTA has embarked on a CSI project entitled “Passport to the Future”. The initiative is aimed at equipping the youth in the Greater Tubatse Local Municipality areas with basic skills needed in the current job market and is also directed at preparing them for the future. This is the first of its kind at TCTA and is inspired by the Olifants River Water Resource Development Project

TCTA participates in the 2014 Youth Summit


The Annual Youth Water Summit was held from 29 – 5 July 2014 at the Birchwood Hotel, in the East Rand. TCTA participated in the programme through exhibition. With the Project Naledi Bursary Scheme in full swing, this was the perfect place for us to be in order to sell the programme to the learners. The Scheme is a skills development intervention with an objective of ensuring a sustainable supply of trained and skilled people to meet its future human resource.

67 minutes for a good cause


Sakhisizwe day-care centre got TCTA staff to swop their office clothes for overalls in celebration of the International Mandela Day on Friday, 18 July 2014.

11 staff members arrived at Mamello, a small informal settlement just outside VRESAP in the Vaal, armed with paint brushes and 80 litres of paint ready to spend their 67 minutes in action. This was inspired by this year’s theme Take Action. Inspire Change…Make every day A Mandela Day. Without wasting any time, the crew got down to business, painting one of the containers used by the children as a classroom.

National Science Week 2014


The annual National Science Week (NSW) took place across the country from Monday, 04 and will run until Saturday, 09 August 2014. This followed the launch on Saturday, 2 August.

As an institution that promotes learning and growth, TCTA participated during the career day which was held at the Johannesburg Zoo on Tuesday, 5 August. Several schools from around the Johannesburg area were invited; these included the Sgodiphola Senior Secondary School, Dr Makhubo Junior Secondary, Zanedspruit High School, Riverlea High School and many more.

TCTA Changing lives


Getrude Peu is a 28 year old lady from Atteridgeville, Pretoria. She spends her time as a volunteer life coach and teacher at Progress 2000, a homeless shelter for children between ages of 0-10. The shelter is based in Atteridgeville, and is currently providing a home to about 20 children.

Learners take to AMD


TCTA took time to invest in this future. On Thursday, 02 October 2014, TCTA hosted a group of grade 10 - 12 learners from Dr Sam Motsuenyane High School, from Winterveld. The learners were also taken on a site visit to AMD. The aim was to introduce these learners to the world of civil engineering, and to also emphasize the importance of water.

TCTA: More than just A New Word for Water


TCTA implemented Passport to the Future programme. The programme, which is based in Steelpoort commenced in April 2014, its main aim is to expose the youth in the Greater Tubatse Local Municipality area with the following set of skills: CV Development; Preparations for Interviews; Career Guidance; Team Work; Communicating Effectively; Organising and Managing Oneself; Basic Computer Literacy and Project Management

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