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What’s up at Ennead this July...

Ennead Vision: To operate in a nation-wide market that has extensive configuration management awareness as the principal Configuration Management services provider in South Africa. Ennead Mission Statement: For the well-trained and experienced staff of Ennead Consulting to offer our clients tailor-made configuration management solutions to enable continuous improvements in their business processes. Core Values at Ennead: Reliability Integrity & Consistency Initiative Accountability & Drive Diversity Teamwork An all-inclusive Ennead Family

Charl had a gorgeous baby boy (Jacques Cihon Breitenbach) - his first born on 06 July 14:45!

Victor Prinsloo and Anushka are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Leane, on 19 July. Nathi Sibiya and his wife are expecting their first born, due date is 25 December 2012 - the perfect Christmas present!

Elize Beytell got married on 14th of July to Pieter Roos from Komati. Best wishes to the happy couple!

Oom Dries has done an excellent job with fixing the electrical boards for Units 9 – 4 at Komati. He has gone through each label and MCB board, verified the codes, made corrections and corrected the data. Once he had completed the boards inside on the panels he went a step further and started correcting the boards in the plant – something that we didn't even consider!Thank you, Oom Dries, for going above and beyond!

Ivan Masemola has been rewarded by the Maintenance Department Komati for all his hard work and assistance to their department. You make us proud! Enjoy your gifts!


You saw a WHAT?! Imagine getting this email at work: Good Day, There is a Gorilla on site at Precip 1, 2 and 3, please do not interfere with it or feed it and NO ONE is allowed to go to this area until further notice! Well for Komati staff members this was a reality! For a giggle, the following story was doing the rounds: As someone approached the gorilla it looked like he had safety glasses and boots on, but it was actually just its BEEEEG nostrils and BEEEEG feet! And then, they just let it stroll off site.... Where is it going and who will it terrorise next..

Sibusiso Mkhwethane and Doctor Ngwenya celebrate their 5 years complete service on 15 AUGUST. And sorry for overlooking you, Elphas Ntuli for your 5-year service on the 1st May. We do appreciate you!

Tommie Fourie and Eunice Sans went on a First aid course on the 17th and 18th of July. Both passed with flying colours! Well done guys! Phillip Havanga did Safety Representative training for Komati Labelling on 31 May.

A hearty happy birthday to the following colleagues for July: Loretta Vorster 2nd George Richards 4th Mpho Koza 6th Goodness Msibi 15th Jaco Botha 19th Angelique Gray 21st Freddy Botha 25th Linda Tullis 25th Frank Flowers 26th Claudine Calitz 28th

Kirsty and John (Oom Aap) were road tripping across the bushveld heading for Matimba, where Kirsty’s silver polo was seen as “The Silver Bullet”! Common words heard in the car ranged from “Steek hom!” and “Lees my nommer plaat!” There was apparently no dotted line from Bela Bela to Lephalale… the speed made it look just like one solid line! Oom Aap had to have a brandy to calm his nerves when they arrived in Lephalale. They almost hit an Kudu and had biltong for a year which they would naturally have shared with the rest of us. No animals were wounded in the making of this road trip. We are sure that Kirsty was a responsible driver that kept to the speed limit and we are also sure that Oom Aap wasn’t actually drinking on the job.

One of our colleagues was chosen for the Eastern Transvaal team in high school for cross country, the 10km and 21km. Can you guess who it is?


Newsletter - July