Transformation and sustainability are crucial drivers that highlight interventions that TCTA is making to assist the government in alleviating poverty and creating jobs and other economic opportunities. The issue of job creation has become crucial as was stated in both the State of the Nation address by the President of the Republic of South Africa and the Minister for Finance in his Budget speech. All the state-owned enterprises are expected to show their commitment to the above challenge issued by the government.

TCTA keeps track of the remarkable progress it is making to highlight as achievements in its fulfilment of the set targets and objectives. The Authority measures the impact of its work on the external environment in terms of contribution to:

  • Socio-Economic Development
  • Preferential Procurement; and
  • Enterprise Development

These drivers will ensure that TCTA’s brand is known for sustainable and impactful interventions in its project host communities and among the service providers that do business with it.

Strategic Direction

Strategic Direction TCTA uses the following vehicles to advance training:

  • Enterprise Development
  • Preferential procurement
  • Skills Development (including Training)
  • Labour Employment
  • Employment Equity
  • Socio-Economic Development Projects
  • Charl Cilliers Victim Empowerment Centre (VEC)
  • Implementation of the BWP Sustainable Utilisation Plan
  • Transfer Agreement: La Motte Village in Franschhoek
  • Metsi Bophelo Borehole Project (MBBP)
  • Project Naledi – Bursary Scheme
  • Pietersdal Office Complex donation
  • Gumboots donation in Mohale village, Kingdom of Lesotho Metropolitan Oliver Empowerment Awards
  • Stationery Donations at Moriting Wa Thuto Secondary School, Khubetswana (Clarens)
  • Food parcels donation in Charl Cilliers
  • Schools Outreach Strategy Interventions: Career Coaching and Mentoring
  • Ablution Facilities for Sakhisizwe Creche, Mamello in Vaal Marina
  • Employee Volunteerism Initiatives (EVI)

Strategic Partnerships

TCTA is constantly sourcing for strategic partnerships to enhance its impact and profile within corporate South Africa as a developmental institution. Some engagements that will culminate in the conclusion of formal working agreements to assist the government with the task of delivering services have happened. TCTA has partnered the following entities previously:

  • South African Institute of Civil Engineering (SACIE) –Water Wiz Kids
  • Gauteng Youth Parliament Day 18 June 2012
  • Take a Girl Child to Work
  • project in collaboration with DWA on 16th July 2012
  • Mandela Day initiative in Hammanskraal on 18th July 2012

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