Twenty Nineteen, plenty to thrive in, enterprise development that is – Thabo Phokane, Servest’s CFO reflects on the year ahead

Twenty Nineteen, plenty to thrive in, enterprise development that is – Thabo Phokane, Servest’s CFO reflects on the year ahead: Johannesburg 29 January 2019 – Enterprise Development (ED) and Supplier Development (E&SD) is one of the most current government and private sector driven programs, after the 2003 Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) document. These programs are racially selective systems to empower previously disadvantaged groups and to enhance the economy, in South Africa. According to the Stellenbosch Business … [Read more...]

Servest’s Lucky Ncayiyana takes SHEQ to a whole new level 

Servest’s Lucky Ncayiyana takes SHEQ to a whole new level : Health & safety principles, more than just a document – Servest’s Lucky Ncayiyana takes SHEQ to a whole new level  Johannesburg, 27 September 2018 – The forthcoming World quality day, which is acknowledged annually, is about the quality management of organisations putting in place competent systems, to ensure that the activity of the said organisation consistently delivers on its promises to customers and stakeholders. It is an assurance framework to help organisations … [Read more...]

Servest’s Leshipo Trust Supports Youth Entrepreneurs

Servest’s Leshipo Trust Supports Youth Entrepreneurs: Johannesburg, Gauteng, 20 July 2017 – Servest recognises that small businesses are vital contributors to the health of the economy and to diversity of opportunity in our society. Small businesses boost productivity, increases competition and innovation; create employment and prosperity, and revitalises communities. Youth unemployment having risen in the first quarter puts South Africa’s youth unemployment rates are now at a chronic stage. The latest figures show that about 52% of South … [Read more...]