It’s hard for people to get jobs in South Africa due to many of them not having the necessary skills. This results in poverty, (crime, xenophobia, etc.)
Solving this problem is no longer a major duty of government. It is now becoming the responsibility of single individuals who are aware of these world epidemics.
One of the measures followed to recover Poverty in the world is education. And that’s an area where we are concerned as well as affected.
We’ve committed our responsibility to this by promoting our trade (fibreglass
engineering as a growing industry in South Africa). This ensures the regional integration
of local people by offering free training on design and construction of fibreglass products/crafts, woodwork, steelwork, spray painting and technical drawing/computer-aided design (AUTO CAD).
We are looking for partners (government, private and individuals) to support this project as we have limited resources to facilitate the training and comply to the lack of engineering skills in South Africa.
“Unless death comes by suprise, I will leave this country better then i found it.” Freddy K.
Below: Ntengo Ntembiso, former security guard and currently finisher has been trained by Freddyfibreglass and currently works as a fibreglass finisher repairing the fibreglass mannequins of Hollywood Displays (www.hollywood.co.za)
Below: Alfred Jacobs, 56-years old has been given an opportunity to learn a skill and better his life. He is currently doing fitting of fibreglass mannequins for Hollywood Displays.
Below: Delou Luwawu, a D.R.CONGO refugee living in South Africa, benefited from our training as fibreglass laminator and is currently working for CORROCOAT doing fibreglass lining and anti-corrosion works.
Below: Lucas Lungi, an 18-year old who dropped out of school, found joy and comfort after being trained as wood fitter and is currently working for EYONA MOULDING (a sub-contractor of CANOPY KING.)