The candidates who’ve been placed in the Construction Input Incubation Programme have been greatly impacted to this point, and they are about to proceed to the technical training phase.
The incubatees are ecstatic about this learning process and have already begun improving their businesses with the skills they have learned thus far. One of the incubatees who have been greatly impacted by the Construction Input Incubation Programme is Yandisa Phele, the owner of the company Zenande Bricks Primary.
Yandisa’s company, which was established in 2014, focuses on civil and housing construction. Zenande Bricks Primary has had clients such as KPA and Nale Trading. Yandisa started her company to create jobs and alleviate poverty in her community, hoping to leave a legacy for her children as well. Yandisa dreams of building a shelter for abused woman and children, the entrepreneur is passionate about education and bringing hope to change children’s lives. Yandisa applied for this program so that she could obtain assistance in achieving some of her dreams for her business by learning product manufacturing so she can expand the company’s offerings. The entrepreneur hopes this will help her make a change in people’s lives.
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