Sustainable Development:  a reciprocal path

South African society is plagued by many social ills, including skills crisis, unemployment, poverty and crime.  Government has made a priority of dealing with these challenges.  Government alone cannot win the battle against these ills.

To overcome these challenges, forward-thinking companies like Reutech Communications (RC), a division of Reutech (Pty) Ltd. appreciate the value of forging a sustainable and reciprocal relationship with communities and government in order to combat these challenges.

Enterprise & Supplier development:

  • Assist in product design & development expertise to Black owned SMME’s.
  • Promote black female owned & black owned SMME’s.
  • Almost 50% of procurement spend is on Black owned SMME’s.
  • ED agreement with start up Black owned company Commercial Editt.
  • Provide portable network & training solution to assist teachers and learners in rural schools.
  • Reutech Communications engineers assisted in the design development of charging trolley for these tablet PCs.

Training and development:

  • MERCETA accredited in-house Learning Academy for internal and external training. This Learning Academy is also aimed at development of SMME’s in business skills.
  • 100% absorption of unemployed learners through successful Learnership Programmes.
  • English, Math’s and Science programmes offered at Molweni Computer Centre for adult & school learners.

Social economic development:

  • Initiative between Philangethemba Trust and RC in the Molweni valley (~ 6km from Reutech).
  • It is situated at the Tholulwazi High School and has been in operation since 2013.
  • Dramatic improvement in Matric results.
  • Assist learners on Maths and science studies.
  • Additional Centre opened at Lamula Primary School in September 2016.