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Fannie Matumba, GM Operations Fannie is a PROTEC stalwart who has added tremendous value, guidance, and support to the organisation and its people for nine eventful years, having joined in November 2013. Fannie says his passion for education support in STEM careers evolved with his recognition for the desperate need for youngsters with successful careers […]
August 26, 2022 An exciting taste of all things engineering was given to 208 Grade 9 learners – 122 girls and 86 boys – from schools around Johannesburg in July at PROTEC’s first GE (formerly General Electric) Next Engineers Camp at Wits University. The GE Next Engineers programme, designed to inspire the next generation of […]
To kickstart our #WomensDay month, we highlight the incredible role that our founder, the late Lente-Louise Louw played in making #ProtecStem what it is today. “She was a remarkable character, trained as a clinical psychologist. She was good friends with Cliff MacMillan, a civil engineer who was concerned about the lack of black engineers in […]
Today, PROTEC held its annual Annual General Meeting as a livestream broadcast to our stakeholders. For those that missed it, please see our link here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y4q05d___aE0lD_FMEcXgsXnUfcCqO53/view?usp=sharing
Today, our electronic PDF version of our 2022 has been released in time for our Annual General Meeting on the 27th May. Please click here to view the Report.
Our PROTEC Tongaat Branch has been the very fortunate recipient of a very much needed donation of water for its tutors, rural and township learners who had been severely affected by the recent KZN floods. They would like to thank the Humanitarian Aid from Virginia Airport for this special contribution towards a very difficult time. […]