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Adept Resources

Adept Resources (Pty) Ltd, is a sales company that partner with exceptional and emerging enterprises with specific skills in the art and science of sales, business development, tendering and professional fund raising across a wide range of industries.

Our objective is to provide our clients with the available solution base in order to derive proportionate high value once off and recurring revenue. Recurring revenue being the preferential income. Using active market penetration and the best available tools techniques, we are sure of active account management.

Our initial active service offering is limited to market penetration with fuel (high value recurring revenue) and BEE services (impending enforceable compliance under indigenisation empowerment law in South Africa). Under this legislation companies are obliged to part with Socio-Economic Development (SED), Enterprise Development (ED) funding, and Skills Development. In all the above cases we are ready, willing and able to assist these companies to achieve maximum score under the codes of good practice.

Collectively, some of our recent clients serviced by Adept Resources management and personnel, include, inter alia, but not limited to: Aramax, Shanduka, BP filling stations, Momentum, EXXARO

Golden Spring Products

Onalerona Golden Spring Investments CC is a wholly black owned and managed manufacturing company in Rosslyn, north-west of Pretoria, trading as Golden Spring Products. Ownership includes a 50% share by women. The close corporation was registered in 1996 with trading as its primary objective but was later converted to manufacturing in 2012.

We presently manufacture toilet rolls for the consumer market – serving retailers, cleaning companies and public institutions. The intention is to increase our product line to include paper towels, paper serviettes, and garage rolls, as well as soap and other cleaning chemicals, in order to serve a wider market.

Our tissue products are manufactured from 100% virgin pulp as well as bio-degradable and eco-friendly recycled materials.

Blue Bull Rugby Union

The Blue Bulls Rugby Union in conjunction with SA Rugby are in sync with the National Policy on school sport.

The BBRU is committed and in process of formally implement and sustaining rugby in several Schools community schools in its jurisdiction.

A well defined plan and operational schedule is in place and managed by the BBRU – Department Game Development in conjunction with the Gauteng Department of Education and Sports, Arts and Culture.

This action will be intensified in 2015 where all development rugby playing schools will affiliate to the BBRU Provincial Schools Rugby Associations.

Development Categories

Social Development:

The Project serves to uplift the following:

  • Youth – Participant
  • School
  • Direct Community

Job Creation:

  • Employment of Coaches and Officials

Skills Development:

  • Coaches and Officials will be put through the best possible training and education courses to uplift the coach and the quality of the project.
  • Life Skills Training.

Service Delivery:

  • Establish and sustain rugby in communities

Pioneer Compliance Consulting

A Level 3 Contributor to B-BBEE

Pioneer Compliance Consulting CC is an independent BEE Consultation firm, offering a most comprehensive and cost effective BEE Consulting Package to the business market. We assist business entities in identifying and understanding their empowerment status, enabling them to make informed, calculated and strategic decisions.

Pioneer is an Exempted Micro Enterprise in terms of the Dti’s Codes of Good Practice with 51% Black Ownership. We therefore qualify as a Category A Enterprise Development Beneficiary. The effect of our BEE status is that companies can invest in us as part of their Enterprise Development initiative and receive a 25% ‘discount’, as per the current BEE Codes, on the contribution amount they need to spend on this specific BEE element. Pioneer will also qualify as an Enterprise Development Beneficiary under the New BEE Codes which will come into effect 1 May 2015.

All contributions from companies will be utilized toward overhead costs of the company, and specifically marketing. We believe that Enterprise Development Contributions towards our company will accelerate the process of becoming a financially and operationally independent entity in the South African economy.

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Amalingo Corporate Social Administrators

The Organizations Main Objectives are :

To work within the Corporate Sector and provide a Resource Centre for Small Business Establishment, Skills Development and Community Job Creation Projects, through our Enterprise Management  and Fund Administration

To create awareness with in the Community about Corporate Social Investment and set about Social Change

 Why use ACSA?

By adopting ACSA to distribute your Enterprise Development Funds (EDF), you will achieve :

  • Open and Transparency of Projects
  • Recognition for 100% of all funds paid to ACSA for Enterprise Development
  • Assurance that only qualified beneficiaries benefit from the funds
  • Section 18 A Certificate – Claim A Tax Rebate
  • Information about where your funds are being applied i.e. details of the beneficiary you have assisted as well as the status and performance of the beneficiary, after funds have been applied.

ACSA Formulates Enterprise Development strategies and allocates Enterprise Development funds, on behalf of Companies

As a registered Not For Profit Organisation, we would like to take this opportunity to ask for funding for our Projects, as we are currently running over 19 projects in Social Economic Development / Enterprise Development, our demand exceeds our provisions and your assistance in this matter will be of great benefit to the people we serve.
Our Organisation complies with the Department of Social Development and is a level 3 B-BBEE Compliancy. (Presented upon Request)

Also Hold a PBO Registration Number under the Section 18A of the Income Tax Act.(Certificates Issued upon Receipt of Donations)

Amalingo Corporate Social Administrators is grateful to you and your Company for your Consideration of our Donation Request.

Feed A Child

What is Feed a Child

Feed a Child is a National Body that assists NGO’s to not only be as effective as possible, but also to become completely sustainable and economically active.

In the Feeding scheme Feed a Child has many projects and is currently delivering more than 2,000,000 meals per annum to children throughout South Africa. Almost 10% of the South African population is children of no particular culture or ethical group, below the poverty line, living in circumstances beyond their control.

According to our mission statement the main goal of Feed a Child is to feed as many children as possible. You can assist in achieving this goal by funding a feeding project to help to give hope to those with no hope and to uplift those that do not have the means or funds to do so.

A major part of Feed a Child’s main aim is to ensure sustainability. (Both natural and commercial sustainability).

The Feed a Child team works relentlessly with people who want to eradicate poverty and make a difference by striving to bring some hope to these children in need as well as building a vision to give them a brighter future.

Mission

The provision of sustainable solutions to uplift human dignity caused by the devastation of poverty.

Vision

To create a self-sustainable culture that positively impacts the economy of the country and all its people

Slogan

Putting Action into your Willingness to help

Blue Bull Rugby Union

The Blue Bulls Rugby Union in conjunction with SA Rugby are in sync with the National Policy on school sport.

The BBRU is committed and in process of formally implement and sustaining rugby in several Schools community schools in its jurisdiction.

A well defined plan and operational schedule is in place and managed by the BBRU – Department Game Development in conjunction with the Gauteng Department of Education and Sports, Arts and Culture.

This action will be intensified in 2015 where all development rugby playing schools will affiliate to the BBRU Provincial Schools Rugby Associations.

Development Categories

Social Development:

The Project serves to uplift the following:

  • Youth – Participant
  • School
  • Direct Community

Job Creation:

  • Employment of Coaches and Officials

Skills Development:

  • Coaches and Officials will be put through the best possible training and education courses to uplift the coach and the quality of the project.
  • Life Skills Training.

Service Delivery:

  • Establish and sustain rugby in communities.

Please feel free to contact us if you have need of any of our services