Graduates

Since 1990 SLOT has been working with the disadvantaged youth of our country, helping them to unlock the doors of opportunity. The success of SLOT’s unique approach rests with the donors who have continued to generously fund our programmes.

To date we have directly impacted over 9000 young people and many thousands indirectly. We continue to see the results of lives changed.

See some examples below:

Jabu Mokoena went through the Life Skills and Leadership Course and did voluntary work for SLOT in 2008. She was also placed by SLOT at ABI Company as a Sales Clerk for three months. She is presently employed by SLOT as a Life Skills Co-ordinator.

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Sam Phungula was a SLOT learner in 2008.  He did voluntary work with Nelisa AIDS Clinic which is also located at SLOT.  He is now employed by DUCT as an environmental officer.

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Bhekisisa Ntuli was a SLOT student in 2007. He is presently running his own car wash business.This enabled him to put himself through a Human Resource Management course at a local College.

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Lindelani Sibiya completed SLOT 1 in 2005.  He worked as a temporary employee at Makro.  While working at Makro he approached by Spec Pac to join their  Sales & Marketing Department.

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Bawenile Mkhize attended SLOT in 2005 and is running her own business after studying at a School of Fashion & Design.

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Zinhle Mbatha attended SLOT in 2003 and now works at Hlengisizwe Clinic as a Clerk and studied a Diploma in Accounting through UNISA.

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Sabelo Taylor attended SLOT  in 2001 and completed a computer course.  He worked at Dunlop in the Mill Control Lab for 3 years, and then joined the Police Force (SAP). He now works for the Nottingham Road police station.

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Sindi Nobetha attended SLOT in 1996 and in that same year went to do a hairdressing course. She runs her own Hair Dressing salon in Howick.

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