Projects

Since 1999 Vukani has established the following 12 community development projects:

2012

The Job Shop Project

Emalahleni(Mpumalanga)

Beneficiating the large unemployed community (HDIs) Through providing essential services directly to work-seekers and industry. The Job Shop is based at Facon Engineering.

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2010

Limpopo Jewellery Cluster

Polokwane(Limpopo)

The Largest Empowerment Project in SA in the Jewellery Sector including the SEDA Limpopo Jewellery Incubator.

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2009

Ekurhuleni Jewellery Project

Ekurhuleni (Gauteng)

Jewellery Design & Manufacturing

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2004

Galeshewe Jewellery Project

Kimberley (North Cape)

Jewellery Design & Manufacturing

 

2003

LOSA (London - South-Africa)

Barberton (Mphumalanga)

Exclusive Jewellery Design and Manufacturing. Collaborating UK's most exquisite jewellery designs with SA's most remarkable craftsmanship.

 

Atteridgeville Tourism Project

Pretoria (Gauteng)

Township tourism routes, empowering SMMEs, development of tourism infrastructure, training and skills development for tour guides, operators, SMMEs etc.

 

2002

Vukani Skills Lab

Pretoria (Gauteng)

Fast-track ICT training including practical internships, on-the-job training and job placements 

 

2001

Galeshewe Stone Cutting & Polishing Project

Kimberley (North Cape)

Training and development in stone cutting & polishing

 

2000

Umjindi Jewellery Project

Barberton (Mphumalanga)

Jewellery Design & Manufacturing

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Virginia Jewellery School

Virginia (Free State)

Jewellery Design & Manufacturing

 

1999

Atteridgeville Jewellery Project

Pretoria (Gauteng)

Jewellery Design & Manufacturing

Project Manager

vukani-ubuntu

Project management, 17 years of community development, R 100 mil raised in grant-funds, ‘’Unique Integrated Development Model’’

Project

jobshop

Benefits large unemployed community, providing essential services directly to work-seekers, Development of scare and critical artisan skills for the mining, engineering and energy sector in eMalahleni, (witbank), Mpumalanga.

Funders

eu idc