Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Vaccinate at Nissan SA

Nissan Vaccination site is open for AIDC staff The next vaccination date is 23 September 2021 – between 09h00 and 14h00. They must remember that they need to register before they can come for the vaccine - https://vaccine.enroll.health.gov.za/#/ What do you need to register on EVDS? 1. Access to the internet on any device (cell phone, laptop, tablet, desktop etc.) 2. Your ID number or Passport (non-RSA), general contact information (your cell phone number will be used as the primary mode of communication). 3. Information about your employment (primary employer and location of work) 4. Where relevant, your professional registration details, and medical aid are also requested. 5. With all information at hand registration should take approximately 2-3 minutes (Three steps) General Instructions Download the user manual for general instructions. The below information needs to be sent to us by tomorrow lunch time if they want to come for the vaccine on the 23rd (only if they have registered – if not they must register and we can find out when the next vaccine date will be) NAME ID NUMBER MOBILE NUMBER MEDICAL AID

Monday, September 13, 2021

Welcome to the AIDC Mr. Oupa Nkoane

Mr Oupa Nkoane is the newly appointed EXecutive for Industrail Development at the AIUDC. He holds an Honours in Development Studies and a Masters in Town and Regional Planning. Mr Nkoane has been in the city development and planning space for a period exceeding 15 years largely at an executive management level. Throughout his career, he has been instrumental in the development, planning and subsequent approval of the many strategic precincts, urban development nodes, industrial parks and large scale mixed use residential development. Mr Nkoane has hel the following postions: 1. Chief Director for urban renewal at DPLG (w COGTA, primarily responsible for executing nation-wide renewal programme of profiled strategic nodes in the country 2. Strategic Excusive Director (City of Tshwane) , City Planning and Regional Services which among others led to the approval of the AIDC planning 3. City Manager of Tshwane managed the City Strategic management, staff compliment of 18 000 and a budget of R21 Billion 4. Head of Department: City of Ekurhuleni, largely drove the development of strategic logistics and industrial hubs 5. City Manager of Emfuleni Municipality Mr Nkoane is a solid visionary and unflinching on governance, performance and accountability.

Friday, September 3, 2021

Causal Day 2021

Today we celebrate Casual Day, an all-inclusive and equitable society where the human rights of all are upheld and protected. Casual Day is the National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD)’s flagship awareness and fundraising project. Casual Day is widely celebrated in a national campaign that occurs annually in South Africa, this year on Friday 3 September. The public’s contribution of R20.00 for a Casual Day sticker entitles them to express their individual interpretation of the yearly theme through their outfits, showing their support for the full inclusion and equity of persons with disabilities. Casual Day Theme 2021 is Courage and Kindness. Inspired by Disney’s newly-announced The Ultimate Disney Princess Celebration, which champions the qualities embodied in our theme COURAGE and KINNESS, We, hereby request you to not only have the Courage to assist people in need by buying your own sticker; but to also help us open doors to the Kindness of all South Africans to participate in large numbers. Don’t forget, your R20 Casual Day sticker is your license to express yourself at work or school and now you can once again participate while socially distancing by getting your own Personalised Digital Casual Day stickers online. #CasualDay2021 #CourageAndKindness

Thursday, September 2, 2021

September Birthdays


Now you can diarise  your  Birthday Wishes for Colleagues.














Filipe Ricardo




























Refiloe Ramaabele


Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Welcome to the AIDC Ms. Mbingo



Mrs. Precious Mbingo is a chartered accountant who has 16 years’ experience (including post articles experience of 10 years) in the finance profession, with a strong background in financial accounting, financial management and auditing. She was the member of the Financial Standards Reporting Council from 2015 to 2017.

 Her experience includes, maintaining effective and efficient expenditure and revenue management, developing, implementing and maintaining a procurement (Supply Chain Management) policy and procedures in line with applicable legislation, Managing Compliance with PFMA Treasury Regulation (TR) and other applicable legislation, Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly Reporting including financial statements and monitoring of internal and external audit to the Audit and Risk Committee and the Board, identification and coordination of risks for the finance department, monitoring of the budget spending including variance analysis and reporting, preparation of the finance departmental strategy and ensure alignment with the organization’s strategic plan and also report progress on the set targets.