Volamu respects the cultures of the host communities in which it operates, to that end, we will work closely with our hosts and strive to respect laws and customs, minimize adverse impacts and ensure transfer of skills & benefits & enhancement of opportunities. We will work on an empowerment model which is intended for the general well being of those communities with whom we interact. We seek to make lasting contributions to local communities & be sensitive to their culture & way of life.
Working in various areas in different communities, we recruit labour from the communities we work in. This Local Recruitment seeks to employ people that are from the target community, who know how to interact with the community in the most efficient way. This makes sure that we create jobs and empower the target community as well as create a sense of ownership in projects.
The local labour will be guided on project execution & team work. In the labour most cases is not skilled and so we undergo training sessions of safety procedures, & use of personal protective equipment, (PPE). This meets the government regulations of Accelerated Shared Growth Initiative South Africa (ASGISA) for skills development.
|Percentage Equity ownership of Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (Women, Black People & Disabled people) who are actively involved in the management of the enterprise*||100|
|Percentage equity ownership of Black individual ((Africans, Coloureds, & Indian People who are South African citizens) who are actively in-volved in the management of the enterprise*||100|
|Percentage equity ownership of women who are actively involved in the management of the enterprise (incl. women & disabled employees).*||100|
|Percentage of total staff regarded as HDI.*||100|
|Percentage of total staff regarded as black||100|
|Percentage of local (South African) equity ownership in the enterprise.*||100|