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11 months ago

Sinika Uthando

The Sinika Uthando Foundation is honored to have graduated 65 Graduates at the Sinika Graduation on Frday for various qualifications both Learnerships and Skills Programs.
Graduates of 2020
Congratulations!
You made it!
Super proud to be the first to officially congratulate you on this your achievement today and moreso to be part of this your extraordinary journey.

This is certainly not the graduation ceremony you envisioned.
I know you would have loved to have your family and friends join in this momentous moment.
Even though your family is not here today and there is not much glammer and pomp because of Covid19 protocols .
Never has a graduating class been called to step into the future with more purpose and vision, passion and energy, and hope than YOU today!
This past year has been a strange time, it has become even more difficult for employment opportunities for you, however, this achievement of this qualification in this time and this day gets you a step closer to achieving your goals and helps set you on a journey to fulfilling your dreams.

My hope is that you will harness your education, your voice, your vote and use it to create more equity, more justice, more kindness and more joy in this world.
Congratulations Class of 2020!
You are now the class that COMMENCED a new way through uncharted waters.

Special HONOR to our Amazing Guests/Friends of SUF for their time, presence and their great words of wisdom to our Graduates during these uncertain times.
Representing Chancellor Dr Ryan Devnarian.
Ethekweni City Counselor Mrs Kanagie Pillay,
Ethekweni City GIA Manager Mr Brandon Pillay
Spiritual Oversight Reverent Joey Govinder
Thank you Rory Chengan & Jenny Chengan for allowing us to use their beautiful venue to host our 2020 SUF Graduation.
Thank you Danny Naidoo Photography for beautiful pictures/videos.
Thank you Team Sinika.

"Intelligence plus Character - that is the goal of a true Character"
Martin Luther King
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12 months ago

Sinika Uthando

Congratulations 🥳 Samantha Govender. Winner 💯 of the Womens day 10inch Tablet Giveaway. We wish you many miles of surfing 🏄‍♀️the internet...🌐 ... See MoreSee Less

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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

What an amazing opportunity to recognize and honor women all over South Africa who have contributed, built, educated and changed the lives of men, women and children all around this beautiful country.
Most of whom had to survive their own storms in life and as Victor's continue to serve others.
We appreciate all of your kindness, your honoring of others through your service to a better Country.
We at Sinika applaud all of your efforts.
God bless 🙏
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Congratulations Samantha Govender 👏 you are the winner of SINIKA UTHANDO Woman's Day giveaway🥳🥳 a 10 inch tablet.
We so excited that you were part of our Woman's Day audience.
Thank you for tagging and sharing our post.
We wish you many miles of surfing the net on your new tablet. Please note your your Prize has to be claimed within 3 days. Kindly respond to Private msg sent to you for verification.
Hope you enjoy.
Jenny Chetty✒
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

We are excited to announce the winner 💥of the 10inch tablet, however, our Independent Auditors 👮‍♂️👮‍♀️ are busy finalizing their decision.
The Winner will be announced live on Tuesday.
Watch this space🤳
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

2020 #sinikauthando Women's Day Director Address (Jenny Chetty)✒

#10yearanniversary 💯💥

#winatablet 📲#TAG2WIN 📲 Winners will be Announced Live Next Week Sunday📢📣 1 TAG = 1 ENTRY.

#IAmAfrica🇿🇦
#no2gbv🚫
#cuttieswithcorruption🚫
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

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1 years ago

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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for Job Readiness Programs of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you. Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS.
LIFE SKILLS Class of 17th March 2020.
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for MASTERING BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you. Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS.
MBCS Class 2 of 13th March 2020.
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for
MASTERING BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you. Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS.
MBCS Class 1 of 13th March 2020.
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for MASTERING BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you. Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS.
MBCS class 2 of 28th February 2020.
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for MASTERING BASIC
COMPUTER SKILLS of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you. Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS.
MBCS Class 1 of 28th February 2020
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1 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for Job Readiness Programs of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you. Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS.
LIFE SKILLS class of 3rd March
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

In support of President Cyril Ramaphosa NATIONAL STATE OF EMERGENCY/ DISASTER in trying to curb the spread of COVID-19, SINIKA UTHANDO is taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of its staff and candidates as well as the people we serve.

As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic all our Training & interventions programs have been put on hold.

Effective immediately all activities, gatherings, public addresses, school programs, training - including learnerships, skills programs and all other community projects are postponed until further notice.

As South Africans we want to do our part in curbing the spread of this debilitating virus that drastically affects our health, more especially that of our children and elderly as well as our economy and ultimately the cost of living for everyone especially the poor.

Let's take every precaution to ensure that we stay at home unless absolutely necessary to leave, and should we be in public places out of necessity, we need to become increasingly aware of the dangers of socializing, meeting in groups, touching people or things and become more aware of the urgency of washing and or sanitizing.
Let us adhere to and make use of all the necessary structures & precautionary measures highlighted and set in place by Government and other authorized bodies to ensure that the spread & death of this virus is controlled.

As fervently as we seek God in this time of uncertainty and worry, let us also do whatever is necessary in our personal paths to prevent the spread of COVID-19 especially to the poor and vulnerable.

Our urgent prayers and hearts are also with all emergency workers, medical teams throughout South Africa and around the world as they put themselves & their families in the front line to ensure the spread of COVID-19 is limited.

Our main focus should be in keeping safe and reducing the spread of Covid -19 in our Communities.
God be with us all as we look out for each other by being responsible.
In the words of Mahatma Gandhi "It is Health that is our Wealth"
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year and another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulatios to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for completing their Job Readiness program of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you.
Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS Life Skills class of 18th February 2020
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year and another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulatios to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for completing their Mastering Basic Computer Skills program of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you.
Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS class 2 of 28th February 2020
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year and another opportunity to try again"JC
Congratulatios to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for completing their Mastering Basic Computer Skills program of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements. We are hopeful for more opportunities for you.
Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS class 1 of 28th February 2020
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Class of 4th February 2020
S.U.F wants to congratulate these graduates, you have been amazing and have hard earned your Job Readiness certificates. Well done we are proud of YOU!👏
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Classes of 14th February 2020
Well done to these 2 classes you have out done yourselves on achieving your MBCS.
You have made S.U.F proud!👏🙌
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Class of 31st January 2020
Congratulations to these graduates on passing their MBCS (Mastering Basic Computer Skills) Course.
Well Done , S.U.F is proud of YOU!
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year and another opportunity to try again" JC
Congratulations to the SINIKA UTHANDO graduates for Computers and Job Readiness Programs of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements.
We are hopeful for more opportunities for you.
Reach your GOALS
CONGRATULATIONS
Class Of 17th January 2020.
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Sinika is proud to have trained and employed 25 unemployed youth through skills and learnership programs throughout the greater Durban area in the past 2 months.
These young people have completed all of SINIKAs in house programs and have been selected and employed by our business partners for further
on- site training whilst receiving Stipends & some Salaries.
To the young people occupying positions in various companies around KZN, this is your opportunity to brand yourself and secure permanent positions in the company's we have placed you. Remember to leave a legacy for others that come after you.
Well done and congratulations to you as you now invest in the economy of South Africa
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"Another year and another opportunity to try again" JC
Congratulations to the matric graduates of 2020.
Well done on all of your achievements.
We pray you accomplish all of your dreams & vision for your life in 2020, the year of Vision & Direction.
2020 derived from the Hebrew language speaks of PEY(Meaning mouth) What you speak this year MUST come into existence.

To those matriculants who have not passed this year, don't be discouraged. You have another opportunity to try again. PEY your path forward.

On hind sight, every person including myself wishes we did something differently; you are no different.
Remember failure is not FATAL, GIVING UP is.
A fervent reminder that on the other side of fear is your opportunity to try again.
Dont be discouraged if your vision didn’t come to fruition.
Realign your goals, silence the critics & negative voices and try again JUST FOR YOU.

Do not be disheartened in the midst of failures. Continue to pursue God’s will for your life.
Just keep on walking.
God knows best.

In the wake of 2020, we must give our pain to the Lord, for He mends all broken hearts and heals all wounds (Psalm 147:3).

He has a plan...

Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit. – Napoleon Hill

#LoveLife❣
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Today, The board of directors, staff along with the thousands of Youth that have passed through the doors of the center Say Happy Birthday to Ms Jennifer Chetty(Founding Director). You epitomize what it Means to Give Love. Your ability to keep pushing for change and challenging institutions to change mindsets to help the marginalized and disadvantaged is an enigma. We appreciate you and honor your integrity and PRAY THE PRAYER OF JABEZ for you, that God will Bless you and that your coast be enlarged...Happy Birthday Ms Jenny Chetty. 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an International campaign to challenge violence against women and girls. The campaign runs every year from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day.
As SINIKA stands, supports and joins hands with the rest of the world especially with South Africa in highlighting not just awareness but the cruel reality of Gender based violence and the rape and murder of women and children across SA during the 16 days of activism; the question begs how many more dialogues, conversations and awareness programs must be held before this toxic treatment of woman and children causing their untimely demise is completely eradicated from society.

As an organization involved in Social Development more especially in Social Justice for all, it has become expectant to meet or read of women and children, daughters of this soil, losing their dignity or lives to partners or men who have placed themselves at a place of trust with women.

That which was meant to protect and preserve has turned around to inflict the most grievous pain and most often even causing the gruesome death of our daughters of this land.

Headlines such as, 1 month old baby raped, Young women stabbed 52 times, Wife burnt to death in her car, Student raped and killed in post office, Woman's arms severed from her body and many more of these heart wrenching news reports go on and on.
How many more dialogues, conversations and awareness programs must still be held before men, boyfriends, partners, uncles, neighbors and husbands become empowered to respect, preserve and protect the mothers and daughters of SA? Who will not look away but act against any form of abuse?

To end violence against women, we need to challenge the attitudes that perpetuate, rationalise and normalise violence, that deny women’s rights to safety.
Men are overwhelmingly the main perpetrators of gender-based violence. To see violence truly eliminated, the attitudes of men towards women need to change.
We need to as a community as a country to radically challenge cultures, practices and beliefs that perpetuate violence against Women and children or do not hold men accountable; we need to act and not look away; stop protecting abusers; and teach our Children how to embrace gender equality and the value of our sons respecting women.

We call on the Police and Justice Departments in this country to act swiftly, show no mercy in bringing perpetrators of rape, abuse and murder to account. A more urgent, louder and swifter action is needed from both the Police and the Courts to get this urgent message to perpetrators out there. Any form of violence against women/children MUST be given the urgent and full might of the law.

1 in every 3 women across the world will experience violence in their lifetime. That’s more than 1 billion women and girls facing physical or sexual abuse.
Violence doesn’t discriminate.
You could be NEXT.

Sinika Uthando sounds its alarm with the rest of the world during this time promoting all the hashtags, #orangeTheworld, #DonewithSilence, #NoMore, #EndViolence, #DontLookAway.
Women should be safe enough to never say #AmINext

Violence against women is not inevitable; it is PREVENTABLE.

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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

"A Womens place is truly wherever she wants it to be" (Michelle Obama)

These words reverberated in all corners of my mind as I am reminded that women all around the world have made her place wherever she wants it to be.
Women have and will continue to choose to make her place in the Boardroom to the home. Wherever she desires.

Today's empowered Women spearhead companies that transform Industries contributing to the country's economy; they lead organisations and families and have become World Changers, championing the cause of others and pushing the envelope of change.
Women have began to shatter every glass ceiling imaginable showing a tenacity and pertinacity to rise above racism, feminism, gender based violence, domestic abuse and even the judgments of others especially from fellow sisters.

Women are the living breathing proof that when women are educated, well informed, knowledgeable and believe in themselves, they are able to make their voices heard in the halls of Power, She is able to facilitate change both socially, politically and most importantly internally.
Today, the world celebrates such a woman's unparalleled influence on nations starting from within her home.

This womans day, I acknowledge, recognize and celebrate the women, our fore mothers that have gone before us, they have all left a deep chasm in this journey of our freedom.
We celebrate these women for having given us an opportunity to choose the places "we want to be at".

In enjoying the freedom to become "who we want to" "where we want to" because of these pioneer trailblazing women, a question demands to be answered.
"Am I my sisters KEEPER"? The answer to this old age question is simply yes!
If not you, than who?
In finding our place of "where we want to be at", would it not be amazing for us to uncompromisingly and without judgment make sure that our sisters, other women join us on this journey of height and depth that we aspire to reach?
Leaving this much expected legacy is about nurturing the opportunities of becoming your sisters KEEPER, not just the ones you like, or the ones in your circle but those that are despised and abandoned, lost and destitute.
Becoming my sister's keeper means that I dont know how to look at my sister with a jealous eye but that I learnt how to walk with her whilst mentoring her to a good place as I have the ability to harness transferable truths to her; celebrating her victories and becoming broken with her pain.
"Am I my sisters KEEPER"? Yes I am, unreservedly, without a doubt, certainly, you can count on me, unconditionally, yes!

This is when as women our teachings, eloquence, and effervescent light will forever continue to illuminate the lives of others.
In it lies our legacy.
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Sinika Uthando celebrates with Mr Sastri Naidoo as he is elected and officially appointed President of the Rotary Club.
Congratulations Sir, your heart for the Communities you serve in will benefit greatly from your tenure as President.
Sinika Uthando celebrates great leaders such as yourself.
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Sinika Uthando Foundation is proud to present the Alumni Commencement Graduates of 2018! Our principal Ms Jennifer Chetty and Board of Trustees and esteemed guest of honour Dr Ryan Devnathan and all distinguished guests that attended your commencement ceremony are so proud that You chose as the Alumni NOT TO QUIT! The meaning of Education is said to be " an enlightening experience " It is our prayer that all The blessings of Of our God be bestowed upon you all! To Graduate means As per the Oxford dictionary :
a person who has successfully completed a course of study or training.
You have now all been deemed and capped as successful! The world is your your oyster.

Charles R Swindoll said:
Attitude is more important than the past, than education, than money, than circumstances, than what people do or say. It is more important than appearance, giftedness, or skill.

Let your attitude guide you with no Detours today,

CONGRATULATIONS ALUMNI CLASS OF 2018.

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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

The SINIKA TEAM is devastated at the loss of our current LEARNERSHIP CANDIDATE THANDOKAZI GCABA who passed away at the prime of her life.
With just 2 months to her completing a full QUALIFICATION on GENERIC Management; she was snatched away by the harsh reality of crime in South Africa. We pay tribute to an amazing young lady, a mother, daughter, sister and team member. We will remember you Thando for your infectious laughter and amazing voice of worship. We will truly miss our Sinika Opera singer.
Today we reminisced of your humble character and infectious personality. You will be missed young lady.
Our thoughts are with Thando's mum, sister, 2 babies and Sinika Team, family & friends.
God rest her young soul. Safe in the arms of Jesus.
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Sinika Uthando was super proud to partner with Sethani Community Centre in the KwaNgcolosi area for the past 2 weeks. The Sinika Team had the privilege of Training & Developing 21 amazing young people in a Mastering Basic Computer skills course and a 1 week Personal Mastery/Job Readiness Program.
All candidates actively participated in this Development Program and graduated at an amazing graduation ceremony held today at the Sethani Community Centre in KwaNgcolisi.

Special congratulations to the 21 graduates who excelled over the past 2 weeks. We wish you every blessing as you begin a new journey to a better YOU.
Trusting that the doors of opportunity open up to each of you as you endeavor to reach your goals. Remember to seize the moment.
Thank you to Ms Debbie Wells, and the Sethani Team for the amazing opportunity, the Sinika Team looks forward to collaborating further on other Development Projects at Sethani.
Thank you to the Sinika Team for your commitment and dedication to impact & Develop other young lives...super proud to have you on my team.

Best wishes to Sethani Community Centre as it carves out its future days.
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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Dear Mr President

NGO Sinika Uthando congratulates you on becoming the President of the Republic of South Africa. You have been awarded the highest office in the Country. We congratulate, salute and support you Sir.

I listened to your inaugural speech and your appointment of your Ministerial team a short while ago and was impressed and motivated at your thoughtful, deliberate and intentional appointments.

We sense a new dawn with renewed hope for South Africa where a President such as yourself must act with precision and might. A president that will talk his walk and walk his talk and who will be unwavering in integrity and honor.
We South Africans look to you to be that President.

It is said that "To whom much is given
Much is expected" I have faith that you have the ability to deliver on all your promises to this nation. It takes a peculiar, defined and determinate President to promise that he and his Ministerial team will become SERVANT LEADERS to this nation. Should you deliver on these promises we also promise to be SERVANT LEADERS in the places that we are called to serve.

The book of Jeremiah speaks of the promises of God, and that He has plans to prosper you and not to harm you and that everything you do will be blessed, although, there is condition to this promise, as it further requires you to FIRST ensure that you take care of the welfare of the Cities. I trust that should you want to be in the plans of God, you will ensure that you, through your office of power and influence, will take care of the welfare of all the cities of South Africa as well as its entire nation.

God bless you Mr President and God bless South Africa.

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2 years ago

Sinika Uthando

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

I recently read an online blog by UCKG on "Understanding Your Value as a woman" the article spoke about a special bunch of grapes called the Ruby Roman Grapes in Japan. It's been reported that some people have paid as much as £5000 a bunch for these grapes. In stores they are separated and one is not allowed to even touch or smell them. The grapes are exclusive, and in order to touch or smell them you would have to buy them.

I thought wow, shouldn't we as women make ourselves similarly exclusive? Now this is by no means putting a price tag on ourselves but just simply using an analogy to express our worth. We are special, chosen, set apart and exclusive.

"A woman’s personal power lies in heart-centered values. These values are the same around the world. A concern for the well-being of their children and families, their worries about war, disease, education, justice and the destruction of the environment. They are values of peace, justice, compassion, and inclusion. Women share these values no matter what their profession or religious worldview may be"

Our most important gift as women is that of Influence, it's what separates us as leaders. With this power of influence we can change the trajectory of social ills and social injustices. We must strive to exert our feminine values and drive to not dominate in this patriarchal driven society but rather bring balance to a system that needs our feminine input and touch.

As women we owe a debt to other women before us that have fought a long and hard battle to secure us the right to sit along side our Male counterparts. We salute those leaders.
We are and will always be creators, radical forward thinkers, strong, courageous, tough, well seasoned, educated, opinionated, loving, maternal and so much more.
Our grace lies not only in how we dance but how we love. We have the courage to fight and the confidence to walk away.

In the words of Coco Shanel:
"Keep Your Heels, Head and Standards High"

Here’s to strong women: may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them. | Unknown

Happy International Women Day!🙏
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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Congrats to another 16 Job Ready Graduates. You will now be placed on the Sinika Uthando Data base for Future learnership opportunities! We are Always excited when young people take the time to invest in their personal development! Well Done!🥳👏🤗 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Jenny Chetty and the S.U.F ( Sinika Uthando Foundation) team were hosted by Meadowlands Secondary School to dialogue with the 2019 Matriculants on the importance of focusing and setting goals to complete their Matric Year! Some of the advice given to the Students were:

1. Time in not a limitless commodity – make the best of your time.
2. Social media is not a career – limit your use
3. Speak up respectfully not out disruptively
4. Build on your technical skills daily
5. Read more books and fewer tweets
6. Your reputation is priceless don’t damage it
7. Keep yourself accountable
8. Remember your Identity – Don’t take on other people’s identity

A Final Thought from the desk of jenny Chetty for all Matriculants this year:

Matric is like driving if you stay in your lane you are sure to reach your destination without any pit stops, incidents or accidents on time if you are not distracted!
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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

10 New MBCS Graduates!!! S.U.F. is super proud of your development. 🙌🥳 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

S.U.F. ( Sinika Uthando Foundation ) - was elated to have provided training and development for the Labora Shoes 2019 Interns. Congratulation to both the Sinika and Labora candidates. We trust that your batteries have all been jump started and you are all ready for the workplace! 🥳🙌 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

10 more MBCS ( Mastering Basic Computer Skills graduates, Well Done. SUF is Proud of YOU! 🥳🤗👏👍 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

S.U.F. congratulates another 10 candidates on passing their M.B.C.S ( Mastering Basic Computer Skills ) Course. You have all performed really well and ...we are super proud! 😀👏 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

Congrats to 11 graduates who passed their MBCS ( Mastering Basic Computer Skills ) Course at the S.U.F ( Sinika Uthando Foundation ) offices ... See MoreSee Less

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3 years ago

Sinika Uthando

BECOMING LIBERATED FROM OUR FEAR TO “TRY AGAIN”

It is often said that your Destiny awaits you on the other side of fear.

During the festivities and celebrations of Christmas and the New Year it can be heart-
breaking & wrenching to receive results showing failure of matric, school year or
University examinations.

The thought of failing often spikes a sense of hopelessness and despondency in anyone.But giving up is never an option because on the other side of our fear & despondency is the opportunity to try again.

Regardless of who we are failure can make it difficult for us to keep going and the fear of trying again often keeps us away from achieving our goals.

There are many reasons we fail, much of which is because we do not commit to what is expected of us or we do not meet the expectations of others. This can happen for manyreasons, perhaps our personal circumstances and or life issues may have distracted our goals.

Whatever the reason for failure is, it is important to see that failure provides another opportunity to try again to succeed – hence we often hear that failure is the stepping stone to success.

Many great men and woman have failed at some point in their life at something that they deemed to be important (Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Thomas Edison, Colonel Harland Sanders, Jim Carrey, Henry Ford & Oprah) and the list is endless;

These men and Women have been through failure but were able to bounce back to try
again. When you truly know their stories, you will realize that achieving greatness isn’t
something that comes easy but it is attainable when we persevere.

The secret is not giving up.
Look around you, people are constantly failing at various things, it could be an
examination, a school year, a relationship, a marriage, a business venture, our family or
society,
The key is to use failure as an opportunity to pick ourselves up, dust off and try again.
It is often said that one’s strength can only be measured by how one recovers from a
failure or a loss. Only when you try again can the depth of one’s strength be measured.This can only happen when we become able to travel within ourselves and navigate through our successes and failures.

SINIKA UTHANDO GUIDELINES TO ASSIST THROUGH FAILURE:

1. “Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we are sure to catch
excellence” Vince Lombardi

2. I must adapt a “I can do attitude”
3. Nurture a sense of capability
4. Believe in yourself
5. Distance yourself from negative thoughts and influences
6. Know that you are resilient
7. Be committed to try again
8. Be relentless.
9. Be consistent
10. Ask for help
11. Seek guidance from outside your circle
12. Learn lessons from failures
13. Stop feeling like a victim and become your destiny’s author.
Remember that we are all writers of our book called “My life story”; make the chapters to come a worthwhile read. You have the power to change the direction of your life.

A Wise Visionary said one day “It’s not about how you start that matters, it’s about how you finish!”

Looking forward to reading your book, “The story of your life”.
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"One of the greatest values of mentors is the ability to see ahead what others cannot see and to help them navigate a course to their destination. "
John C. Maxwell

Sinika Uthando Board of Directors, Staff, and Volunteers Wishes its Founding Director a blessed Birthday. Your Vision has brought And expressed Grace to all who have come through the doors of Sinika. May your present and latter always be greater!
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Jenny Chetty Addressing the parents and students @ Meadowlands Secondary Grade 8 Orientation.
She gently cautioned the new students that the transition between primary school and High School will be tough and challenging, but that they would need to STAY IN THEIR LANE, keep their attitude in check and make good choices and that they would be successful. She reminded parents that it is not the duty of the teachers to be policing students – If they are busy policing children there would be no time to educate, and that they should be more involved with the lives, the whereabouts and the education of their children, & commit to assist the teachers rather than be on opposite sides.
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