Corporate Services Division


Corporate Services Division functions and activities combine or consolidate enterprise-wide needed support services, provided based on specialized knowledge, best practices, and technology to serve internal and external stakeholders. The departments under Corporate Services Division are; Estate & Facilities Management Department, Human Resource Management Department, Labour Relations Department, Occupational Health & Safety Department and Marketing & Communications Department.

Mr Muziwakhe Mathe

Mr Muziwakhe Mathe

Corporate Services Division: Acting Deputy Principal

Estate & Facilities


Infrastructure is a means to an end. It supports quality of life and the economy if it delivers accessible and reliable services that individuals and institutions need. Access and reliability imply several issues, including that the service must be sustainable – if not, the infrastructure (water pipes, for example) may continue to exist, but the service will cease (the water will no longer flow). Clearly, in order to achieve its purpose, the college infrastructure must be effectively operated and maintained.

From an economic development point of view, the college witnessed best practice in infrastructure management in 2015. This led to lower costs of production and consumption, thereby making it easier for participants in the delivery of college services to perform their mandates effectively and efficiently. The department however expects to increase the efficiency of infrastructure through improved growth performance, service provision and development of outcomes. In 2015 EFM department focused itself much in providing a framework for the planning of major capital construction projects and the planning, development and implementation of all other College construction and maintenance projects, for the day-today operations and maintenance of buildings, grounds and campus facilities.

  • Capacitated individual College sites for effective provision or facilitation of training;
  • Providing adequate systems and infrastructure for improved teaching and learning;
  • Developing a five-year overdue maintenance implementation plan that included funding allocation plans;
  • Developed process workflows to support the efficient delivery of overdue maintenance projects;
  • Identifying College EFM structure that assured the success of increased overdue maintenance delivery at all College sites;
  • Developed a process to prioritise overdue maintenance needs;
  • Provided quality management of College building and facilities through proper planning, scheduling, and preventive maintenance;
  • Established paper, power, and water-conserving strategies.

To view a video of our facilities, click here

Ekurhuleni East TVET College is a public institution that owes its allegiance to the public and the community of Ekurhuleni. As a College, we are open for booking and use of our facilities. To book and use our facilities click here to download the form and the process of booking.


Human Resources


Human Resources (HR) officers develop, advise on and implement policies relating to the effective use of personnel within an organisation. Their aim is to ensure that the organisation employs the right balance of staff in terms of skills and experience, and that training and development opportunities are available to employees to enhance their performance and achieve the employer’s business aims. HR officers are involved in a range of activities required by organisations, whatever the size or type of business. These cover areas such as:

  • working practices;
  • recruitment;
  • payroll;
  • conditions of employment;
  • negotiation with external work-related agencies;
  • equality and diversity.

The Human Resource Department of the Ekurhuleni East TVET College is responsible for providing the HR services that are mentioned below in line with the strategic goals of the College and that of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

  • Human Resource Planning and Strategies;
  • Employment Equity Planning and Diversity Management;
  • Human Resource Policy Development, Review, Implementation and Monitoring;
  • Performance Management;
  • Human Resource Development (Training, Bursaries, Internships, Learner ships, Workplace Integrated Learning);
  • Job Evaluation (Organisational, Structure, Job Grading and Profiling, Job Descriptions);
  • Recruitment and Selection (Job Advertisements, Short listing’s, Interviews, Appointments);
  • Management of Employee’s Conditions of Service (Appointments, Promotions, Transfers and Termination);
  • Payroll Administration and Records Management


Mr. Nkateko Zitha

Mr. Nkateko Zitha

Assistant Director (Acting) Human Resources

Labour Relations


The main responsibility of the unit is to promote and maintain sound labour relations between management and staff members.


  •  Effective management of grievances.
  • Effective management of discipline.
  • Effective management of disputes.
  • Effective management of employee health and wellness.
  • Advocacy and capacity building.


Mr. Nkateko Zitha

Mr. Nkateko Zitha

Assistant Director Labour Relations

Marketing & Communication


Marketing and Communication Department (MCD) together with the Marketing and Communication Manager is committed to work with all the internal and external stakeholders in making sure that we provide quality information in support of education. Our core business as the department is to communicate products, ideas and services (programmes and projects) of the College to the target audience, also to support/ facilitate events as well as all other College activities. Marketing and Communication Department is a custodian of the College brand and provides guidance through policies on how to use the College band brand, brand name and College colours


  • Internal communication
  • External communication

  • Advertising
  • Personal selling
  • Direct marketing

  • Exhibitions
  • School, Church and community visits
  • Marketing campaigns

jQuery('#ftg-88 img.item').removeAttr('src');jQuery(document).ready(function () {setTimeout(function () {jQuery('#ftg-88').finalTilesGallery({minTileWidth: 250,margin: 10,loadMethod: 'sequential',nonce: '44c75595a3',galleryId: '8',setupFilters: true,layout: 'columns',debug: false,gridSize: 25,disableGridSizeBelow:800,allowEnlargement: true,columns: [[4000, 4],[1024, 4],[800, 3],[480, 3],[320, 2]],selectedFilter: 'n-a'});jQuery(function () {(function () {var rel = '';jQuery('#ftg-88 .ftg-lightbox').click(function (e) {rel = jQuery(this).attr('rel');jQuery('#ftg-88 .ftg-current').removeClass('ftg-current');jQuery('#ftg-88 [rel="'+rel+'"]').addClass('ftg-current');});})();});}, 0);});

jQuery('#ftg-99 img.item').removeAttr('src');jQuery(document).ready(function () {setTimeout(function () {jQuery('#ftg-99').finalTilesGallery({minTileWidth: 250,margin: 10,loadMethod: 'sequential',nonce: '44c75595a3',galleryId: '9',setupFilters: true,layout: 'columns',debug: false,gridSize: 25,disableGridSizeBelow:800,allowEnlargement: true,columns: [[4000, 4],[1024, 4],[800, 3],[480, 3],[320, 2]],selectedFilter: 'n-a'});jQuery(function () {(function () {var rel = '';jQuery('#ftg-99 .ftg-lightbox').click(function (e) {rel = jQuery(this).attr('rel');jQuery('#ftg-99 .ftg-current').removeClass('ftg-current');jQuery('#ftg-99 [rel="'+rel+'"]').addClass('ftg-current');});})();});}, 0);});

jQuery('#ftg-1010 img.item').removeAttr('src');jQuery(document).ready(function () {setTimeout(function () {jQuery('#ftg-1010').finalTilesGallery({minTileWidth: 250,margin: 10,loadMethod: 'sequential',nonce: '44c75595a3',galleryId: '10',setupFilters: true,layout: 'columns',debug: false,gridSize: 25,disableGridSizeBelow:800,allowEnlargement: true,columns: [[4000, 4],[1024, 4],[800, 3],[480, 3],[320, 2]],selectedFilter: 'n-a'});jQuery(function () {(function () {var rel = '';jQuery('#ftg-1010 .ftg-lightbox').click(function (e) {rel = jQuery(this).attr('rel');jQuery('#ftg-1010 .ftg-current').removeClass('ftg-current');jQuery('#ftg-1010 [rel="'+rel+'"]').addClass('ftg-current');});})();});}, 0);});

  • Media leasing and media monitoring

  • The brand of the College is the property of the College, to get more insight of our brand click here to view our brand policy manual

  • The Ekurhuleni

  • Liaising and networking with a range of stakeholders including customers, colleagues, suppliers and partner organisations;
  • Communicating with target audiences and managing customer relationships;
  • Sourcing advertising opportunities and placing adverts in the press or on the radio;
  • Managing the production of marketing materials, including leaflets, posters, flyers, newsletters, and e-newsletters;
  • Writing and proofreading copy;
  • Liaising with designers and printers;
  • Organising photo shoots;
  • Arranging the effective distribution of marketing materials;
  • Maintaining and updating customer databases;
  • Organising and attending events such as conferences, seminars, receptions and exhibitions;
  • Sourcing and securing sponsorship;
  • Conducting market research;
  • Contributing to, and developing, marketing plans and strategies;
  • Evaluating marketing campaigns;
  • Monitoring competitor activity and
  • Monitoring of media

Marketing Communication Department
Call: 011 730 66 00 ext 3122

Mr Zuko Mbolekwa

Mr Zuko Mbolekwa

Assistant Director: Marketing and Communication

Occupational Health & Safety


Occupational Health is the promotion and maintenance of the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers in all occupations by preventing departures from health, controlling risks and the adaptation of work to people, and people to their jobs. In the Convention the following definition was given:  “The term ‘occupational health services’ means services entrusted with essentially preventive functions and responsible for advising the employer, the workers and their representatives in the undertaking, on. the requirements for establishing and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment which will facilitate optimal physical and mental health in relation to work the adaptation of work to the capabilities of workers in the light of their state of physical and mental health”.

There are an extensive range of roles that can be associated with Occupational Health, these being;

  • Identification and assessment of the risks from health hazards in the workplace. This involves surveillance of the factors in the working environment and working practices that may affect workers’ health. It also requires a systematic approach to the analysis of occupational “accidents” and occupational diseases.
  • Advising on planning and organisation of work and working practices, including the design of work-places, and on the evaluation, choice and maintenance of equipment and on substances used at work. In so doing, the adaptation of work to the worker is promoted.
  • Providing advice, information, training and education, on occupational health, safety and hygiene and on ergonomics and protective equipment.
  • Surveillance of workers’ health in relation to work.
  • Contributing to occupational rehabilitation and maintaining in employment people of working age, or assisting in the return to employment of those who are unemployed for reasons of ill health or disability.
  • Organising first aid and emergency treatment.

  • Develop and execute health and safety plans in the workplace according to legal guidelines
  • Prepare and enforce policies to establish a culture of health and safety
  • Evaluate practices, procedures and facilities to assess risk and adherence to the law
  • Conduct training and presentations for health and safety matters and accident prevention
  • Monitor compliance to policies and laws by inspecting employees and operations
  • Inspect equipment and machinery to observe possible unsafe conditions
  • Investigate accidents or incidents to discover causes and handle worker’s compensation claims
  • Recommend solutions to issues, improvement opportunities or new prevention measures
  • Report on health and safety awareness, issues and statistics

  • Environmental health and safety managers are also known as occupational health and safety specialists, corporate safety directors, environmental protection officers or safety consultants.
  • They prevent and eliminate injury and illness to employees and assist companies to comply with safety laws.
  • They inspect workplaces, and minimize or eliminate hazards from processes, such as incorrect working methods, and materials, such as potentially toxic chemicals.

  • Environmental health and safety managers inspect and evaluate the environment, equipment and processes in working areas to ensure compliance with government safety regulations and industry standards.
  • Their chief goal is to protect the employees, customers and the environment. They identify potentially hazardous biological, chemical and radiological materials and collect samples of them for analysis.
  • They recommend changes to protect workers, and educate employees on how to prevent health problems through the use of safety training programs.
  • They also investigate accidents to identify their causes and find ways to prevent them in the future

Mr Phutheho Sebakoa

Mr Phutheho Sebakoa

Occupational Health & Safety: officer


Request A Callback