Anglo and Komatsu to build SA training centre

By | 2018-07-12T08:13:04+00:00 July 12th, 2018|News|

Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) and Komatsu recently joined forces to build and fund an information and communications technology (ICT) training, internet café and mechanical hub in Ga-Molekana village in Mogalakwena, Limpopo.

The training centre

The training centre is envisioned to assist the small Limpopo community.
Image credit: Jkaut

Amplats says the project will provide access to internet resources for the community, as well as ICT training. The mechanical hub would be used to train young people and promote entrepreneurship and enterprise development by facilitating and influencing businesses and suppliers to procure services from them, it adds.

The project forms part of Anglo American’s continued focus on FutureSmart Mining, an innovation led approach to sustainable mining.

Amplats and Komatsu will support, train and fund the early operations of the project in the first six to 12 months to ensure sustainability, and the KSAF Transformation Trust, representing Komatsu, will continue to provide a grant that supports the mechanical hub for at least another two more years.

Source: iol