CETA 2017 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Construction education and Training Authority had its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Emperor’s Palace on the 20th October 2017, by all accounts this was a successful event.
The aim of the AGM was for CETA to present the 2016/17 Annual Report, Financial Statement, the adoption of the Annual Performance Plan. Stakeholders praised and applauded the CETA for excellent performance. This was confirmed by the Senior Manager of the Auditor-General, Mr Godfrey Diale who sang the same chorus of excellent performance by the CETA for two years.
The overjoyed CETA Board Chairperson, Mr Raymond Cele supported by former CETA Administrator Mr Themba Mhambi of Services SETA both extolled CETA for service delivery, skills development as well as leadership demonstrated.
Mr Cele described the audit opinion as “squeaky” clean audit since there is zero wasteful and fruitless expenditure. The CETA CEO, Ms Sonja Pilusa presented some of CETA’s achievements which included the 22, 787 learners from disadvantaged rural and township areas including disability, and 32 colleges have been accredited and seven out of thirteen skills centre are already completed, 53 SMMEs established by CETA have applied for accreditation and 51 of them have already been accredited.
The meeting closed on a high note of CETA’s performance slogan.
“A CLEAN AUDIT ONE MORE BRICK IN THE RECONSTRUCTION AND EXPANSION OF THE CETA”