• Editor’s Note

    Editor’s Note0

    A warm welcome, to the latest edition of the CHIETA newsletter. It’s Women’s Month, and we want to celebrate some of the amazing women in our ecosystem who are carving their unique path in the chemical sector. From the ranks of our newly elected CHIETA Board of Directors to some of our beneficiaries, we hope

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  • Editor’s Note

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    Welcome to the latest edition of the CHIETA Newsletter! and it has been a busy month for us as the CHIETA with a lot of developments and engagements with our internal and external stakeholders This February, we hosted our first cross-country Regional Stakeholders’ Forum s (RSF) in Gauteng, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, and Port Elizabeth. These

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  • Welcome to 2020!

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    Welcome to the first CHIETA newsletter for 2020! First of all, I would like to congratulate the 2019 matriculants who passed their year-end exams. To those matriculants who were not successful, I say, there is still hope because failure is an opportunity for you to succeed, so don’t give up on your dreams. To serve

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  • Editor’s Note

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    The end of the year is edging closer and I would like to start by congratulating all students and learners on their completion of this year’s leg of year-end exams this November. In particular, I would like to congratulate the class of 2019 matrics and to encourage all maths and science matriculants to consider a

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  • Editor’s Note

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    Welcome to the October edition of the CHIETA newsletter – CHIETA @ Work! It’s been a busy time for us at the CHIETA this month and lots of changes that are happening within the organisation. One of the most significant developments within the CHIETA was the announcement from the CEO, Khathutshelo Ramukumba that the CHIETA

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  • Editor’s Note

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    Welcome to the September Edition of the CHIETA Newsletter! Spring is officially here and as we usher in the new season, for us in South Africa it is also a time reflect on our rich and colourful heritage. In our almost two-decade long history as the CHIETA, we have been playing our part in the

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