Proud Moments For All Multotec Graduates!

By: Thembisile Mvemve
Skills Development Officer

Multotec South Africa is very proud to have held graduation ceremonies for our groups of graduates.

9 April 2019: External Students

On 9 April 2019 we had a Graduation Ceremony for learners that we have recruited and selected externally. This group of young individuals were introduced to the world of work, learned certain behaviours while attending classes where they had to be disciplined and focused to achieve the requirements of the class.

The groups of the Business Administration qualification, are learners with disability. We at Multotec, do not see disability, we see potential and this day proved that anything can be achieved if we put our minds to it.

External students graduate on 9th April
Figure 1: External students graduate on 9th April

Three Groups Graduated:

Business Administration


Business Administration


Apprentices –

Qualified Artisans

  • Keketso Banda
  • Tsakani Give Hlabangwana
  • Mputi Tshepiso Mohalenyane
  • Prince Thapelo Mokgope
  • Livhalani Hellen Nemavunde
  • Nadia Peter
  • Esrom Rotondwa Simba
  • Khumbuzile Vezi
  • Sifiso Phillip Jokazi
  • Fatima Kungunde
  • Pinky Elizabeth Manyathi
  • Nontlalla Matafeni
  • Busisiwe Monageng
  • Sheron Nkogatse
  • Zamokuhle Selby Shabalala
  • Andile Zwane
  • Victor Aphane
  • Mlamuli Hlatshwayo
  • Marvin Malatji
  • Sifiso Mathebula
  • Nkhangweleni Mbedzi
  • Phakiso Floyd Motaung
  • Precious Ndlovu
  • Boitumelo Tsikang

Thank You

Thank you to our Group CEO, Thomas Holtz who graced us with his presence in handing out of certificates to our graduates. We thank the South Africa Operations CEO; Rikus Immink for sharing his wisdom with our Graduates. It really was an honour to have both our CEO’s present. 

11 April 2019: Multotec Students

On 11 April 2019 we had a Graduation Ceremony for learners who are currently Multotec employees. The journey has been with a group of individuals who wanted growth, who have the skills and decided to also obtain a qualification. Multotec is providing opportunities where employees can attend class at the premises; where employees can be taught and supported. 

One of the speakers mentioned that it took dedication and commitment to survive the 12 months of juggling learning and working. To see them walking across the stage, their pride and excitement, makes every struggle they endured in order to succeed worth it! 

Multotec students graduate 11th April
Figure 2: Multotec students graduate 11th April

Three Groups Graduated:

Polymer Compound

Manufacturing L3

Production Technology


Manufacturing & Assembly

Logistics L4

  • Piet Hlongwane
  • Davey Ledwaba
  • Mokete Krisjan Makhalemele
  • Collen Mashava
  • Zwanga Dexter Mushiana
  • David Nkosi
  • Sedzani Rembuluwani
  • Portia Dludlu
  • Matome Baglet Koko
  • Bennet Lebese
  • Seja Samuel Machaba
  • Ephraim Mahabane
  • Zwide Robson Mkhatywa
  • Siyanda Bruce Mngomezulu
  • Motlhageng Samuel Mooketsi
  • Kwena David Seema
  • Mvuselelo Konzani
  • Thokozani Cebo Mabaso
  • Nicholas Maluleke
  • Geoffrey Theo Mashele
  • Walter Mathekgane
  • Ludwick Moraka Morapedi
  • Moses Mothomogolo
  • Simon Lebohang Motloung
  • Mkhacani Aaron Ndove
  • Liwalam Ntsiza
  • Abel Nyathi
  • December Sikhosana

Thank You

On behalf of the Training Department we would like to convey our thanks and appreciation to our MD’s: R. Nelson; B. Majola; S. Taylor; E. Maritz as well as to our training team: J. James; T. Modika; L. Nemavunde, and T. Mvemve for their contribution and attendance at this outstanding function.

Well Done Multotec Graduates!




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