Prudence Mabitsela, a BB-BEE and skills development specialist, was previously head of Skills Development at DVT, where she launched an internal leadership academy. At the time, she found it difficult to take in learners who had no work experience whatsoever, as their practical learning needs were taking up significant resources in terms of time and people. Using this as inspiration, she opened Dynamic DNA, where she is a shareholder of the business.
Mthunzi HunaAdministrator: Employment Equity and Skills Development
Mthunzi Huna graduated from a Finance Learnership in 2016 to a Junior Admin (BB-BEE, EE and SD) Internship programme. In 2017, he began working with Dynamic DNA on a permanent basis as a Junior Administrator, managing the Skills Development Programme. In addition, he assists the company’s clients with their Employment Equity requirements. He is passionate about Youth Development and aspires to see fewer young people in South Africa facing unemployment.
Cecilia MohubeSkills Development Manager
Cecilia Mohube has a sound knowledge of the training requirements of the ITC and related industries. Her previous work experience was gained in the banking sector as a Data Analyst. She received a learnership opportunity to study Occupationally Directed Education, Training & Development Practices and was placed at Dynamic DNA to gain experiental learning. She was then appointed Skills Development Manager for Dynamic DNA, managing campus operations. Cecilia is passionate about being able to contribute to making changes she would like to see in South African society.
Washington Evans NyamusaIT Facilitator/Mentor
Washington Evans Nyamusa is an expert in Systems Development and Business Systems Analysis training. Prior to working at Dynamic DNA, he was an IT Lecturer with CTI Education Group and the Pearson Institute of Higher Education. He also gained valuable experience in Business Systems Analysis and as an ICT Specialist. He was appointed IT Facilitator and Mentor at Dynamic DNA in 2017. Washington’s passion is to bridge the gap between technology, business and people, developing young people into technology professionals who will make valuable contributions to South African society.
Adoniah GuzhaSenior Academic Specialist Facilitator and Mentor for Learnership and Microsoft Programmes
Adoniah Guzha holds a BSC (Hons) in Computer Science from the National University of Science & Technology, as well as a Masters in Information Technology from the University of Pretoria. He also holds numerous Microsoft Certified qualifications and is an International Computer Driver License (ICDL) Trainer and Assessor with the MICT SETA. Previously, he worked as a Software Developer, IT Lecturer and Programme Coordinator at various established institutions. His passion for continuous learning and imparting knowledge to young ICT professionals led him to Dynamic DNA. His wish is to see the business grow and attain its objective of empowering to young people.
Shana MbomvuIT Mentor/ Facilitator
Shana Mbomvu has qualifications in Java Programming and Project Management. Prior to his appointment at Dynamic DNA he worked in Information Technology-related positions, mainly as a lecturer and facilitator for modules dominated by Programming and Project Management. He has a passion for skills development and for being able to contribute to the National Scarce Skills List with quality graduates from Dynamic DNA. His ambition is to see more investment in young people that will benefit the country’s economy and social structure. He is committed to upholding the Mission and Vision of Dynamic DNA, while delivering on the company’s objectives.
Vinolia DlaminiProject Coordinator
Vinolia Dlamini offers administrative support to the Dynamic DNA team and learners. She specialises in coordinating projects and programmes that are available at Dynamic DNA. Previously, Vinolia was an HR Administrator in the Finance sector. She joined Dynamic DNA to grow and gain knowledge with a company that she believes offers innovative skills development. She loves helping the learners and seeing each one develop into Information Technology professionals.
Tinashe BanyaSenior Academic Head
Tinashe Banya is a Senior Academic Head and a registered MICT SETA Assessor at Dynamic DNA. He was previously a Programme Coordinator and IT Facilitator for UNISA, Educor, Correctional Services and the Department of Education. His training and development learnership through the MICT SETA led him to Dynamic DNA, where he discovered a shared vision of developing and empowering the youth through internships and Learnerships in the ICT sector. He is a firm advocate of the integration of academic learning with workplace experience. His passions are helping others to reach their full potential and finding Information Technology solutions that meet the specific requirements of individuals and businesses.
Lungile MngomezuluOperations Manager
Passionate about skills development and mentoring the South African Youth especially from the previously disadvantaged backgrounds. She believes in upskilling the youth so they can contribute to the South African economy and growth.