Community hosts are an integral part of the Tshimologong Precinct experience by setting the tone for a fast-paced and friendly, innovative environment. This role ensures that all stakeholders (members, guests, event participants) are welcomed into the community as the first touch point to the vision of the precinct.
The role of Entrepreneur Development Manager is an integral part of the Tshimologong Precinct experience. It requires the incumbent to be passionate about helping people learn and grow. It is also a role that interfaces with all other functions in the organisation so requires a high degree of adaptability. The role entails the implementation of the following initiatives:
The Senior Bookkeeper is an integral role in the Tshimologong Precinct team. The successful candidate must be able to thrive in an ambiguous and fast-paced Startup environment, providing order and clear process.
Kendal Makgamathe talks about Digital Lab Africa’s call for projects which aims to provide a springboard to the creators of next-generation content
A screening of Bokang Phelane‘s comedy web-series Angry Amber continued the night’s festivities as it set the stage for the night’s most anticipated event item; an exclusive preview of the anticipated South African horror film, Tokoloshe, provided by Ster-Kinekor.
“The DMI will provide a dedicated platform for developing innovative solutions to some of our Mining Industry’s greatest challenges including health and safety, environmental protection and improved productivity.