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Sam Noemdoe

Sam Noemdoe Sam is the Eden Branch Manager overseeing operations, delivery and rural strategy. Sam holds a Science Degree and B.Ed, an Honours in Business Administration and MBA.Teaching is his core profession and having spent significant time in corporate, in the employee wellness industry, and running his own businesses he developed his entrepreneurial skills.

Alex Zukisile Xokozela

Alex Zukisile Xokozela Alex manages the academic and theoretical components of our Practical Certificate programme. Alex has taught accounting, and guides our students in the theories and ethics underlying business and entrepreneurship. Alex has a National Higher Certificate, majoring in Accounting and Financial Management, and is a Registered Assessor with the Services Seta.

Genevieve Keene

Genevieve Keene Genevieve is Eden's Sustainability Manager holding strategic partnerships for funding and the TSiBA Education Solutions offering. Genevieve has a Masters of Social Sciences Degree (Counselling Psychology), passion for businesses and rural community development.

Bongani Masuku

Bongani Masuku Bongani has recently joined our Eden Team as our CPBA (Certificate in Business Administration) Practical Programme Supervisor.

Richard Sedi

Richard Sedi Richard Sedi is the Operations Coordinator and Bookkeeper. He is responsible for bookkeeping, operations and stock and assets management. Richard has a N6 Diploma in Financial Management.

Karon Barnard

Karon Barnard Karon is the Academic Manager at Eden Campus and responsible for the ETQA of programme delivery and the application of the QMS throughout the campus. She has experience with SETA accredited and DHET programmes. She holds a BTech degree (Hons) specialising in Adult Education and Nat. Dip. Business Management.

Willem Olivier

Willem Olivier Willem Olivier is in charge of carrying out campus maintenance according to the year plan.

Bridgette Hasley

Bridgette Hasley Bridgette Hasley is the Kitchen Manager. She places food orders, manages stock and and keeps the kitchen budget records up to date.

Dee Francis

Dee Francis Dee is the LSD-F Co-ordinator and she is in charge of Student Support on campus.

Anelene Kees

Anelene Kees Anelene is the Office Administrator. She keeps the campus moving smoothly.

Vukile Witbooi

Vukile Witbooi Vukile is a Higher Certificate Business Administration (HCBA) Lecturer for TSiBA Eden students.

Marilyn Meyer

Marilyn Meyer Marilyn is the Ignition Centre Administrator and is responsible for Career Guidance, Basic Computer Skills Training, Alumni Tracking & Community Training. Marilyn has a TSiBA CPBA and HCBA and experience in facilitation & entrepreneurial support.

Stephen Brown

Stephen Brown Stephen is the Hostel Co-ordinator and Driver.

Angelique Jantjies

Angelique Jantjies Angelique Jantjies is the Cooking Co-ordinator.

Fernandez Pedro

Fernandez Pedro Fernandez Pedro is the Ignition Centre Coordinator at the Eden Campus responsible for the delivery of the TSiBA Education Solution’s offerings, recruitment, entrepreneurial & employment support as well as marketing. Fernandez holds a degree in mathematics & computer science and an honors degree in business management.

   

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