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Who We Are
The future of Staza Cleaning Services (PTY) Ltd is located in the decisions and intentions of its leadership. We have a leadership that operates from the front. Our team has been deliberately kept small to enrich engagement with our clients. With diverse and complementing backgrounds in cleaning solutions, marketing, banking, environmental management and safety, Staza Cleaning Services (PTY) Ltd has a dependable leadership team ready to provide a superior customer experience.
Stella Mokwena is the founder of Staza Cleaning Services (PTY) Ltd, which was started in 2001. She used her entrepreneurial prowess, banking background and understanding of customer service to nurture the company to success. 17 years later, the company has become quite a competitive brand, creating employment and positively impacting lives. Her passion is driven by looking out for people who are ‘left by the roadside’ and give them a second chance to improve their lives. Stella has more than 20 years of experience and her qualifications include a BCom Degree in Accounting, Business Management and Total Quality Management, as well as several industry awards.
Oupa Sepeng has the responsibility of providing a seamless customer service in all circumstances, something that he handles capably. He is also the point of departure for HR matters, Health & Safety, as well as project delivery. He has traceable experience in executing projects in the mining industry. Oupa has more than 15 years of executive experience. His educational achievements include a Diploma in Marketing and Business Management, Certificate in Project Management, ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 Implementation and Audit, among other certificates.
Thato Ntuli is our Finance Director who has the task of ensuring the brand’s sustainability. Her financial aptitude and knack for discipline has been central in our success. Thato also provides the brand with IT leadership as well as focusing on youth development, with her being the youth in the leadership team. She has more than 8 years of serving Staza Cleaning Services (PTY) Ltd. Her educational achievements include a National Diploma in Accounting, Sage VIP, Pastel and other accounting certificates.
Verina O’Connell is responsible for providing strategic leadership within the technical aspects of our interventions. As a facilities management expert, she structures contracts, devises solutions and ensures compliance. A former General Manager for Bidvest Steiner, Verina is a competent executive with industry enviable stripes. Verina was also a key executive at Sanitec Hygiene, Rentokil and Alsafe. Her qualifications include training in Business Leadership Development Programme, Coaching Skills, Inside Sales Management, Global Competition Principles and Practices, Inside Strategic Account Management and Practical Management Skills among others.
Chief Executive Officer
The management of Staza Cleaning Services (Pty) Ltd, aiming at excellence and compliance in all its interventions, acknowledges the impact Staza’s activities may have on people and the environment.
As part of our compliance with the relevant sections of the Environment, Health and Safety legislations, Staza has set to implement and maintain safeguards to prevent harm or damage to all persons and the environment.
Therefore, Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) form an integral part of our decision-making and interventions. To this end, we are amid an implementation of ISO9001, 14001 and 18001 management systems.
We manage our interventions in an ethical manner by providing for a reasonable balance amongst economic, social and environmental needs.
While all roles are important for the success of any project, our experience shows that the management on site is a critical factor for stability in the team. Our site management inspires our clients’ confidence in us.
To all these mangers and supervisors, we assign administrative, safety and project management duties that include:
Mandela Day 2017
The father of the South African nation, Nelson Mandela fought for social justice for 67 years and South Africans across the nation celebrate or honour his memory by participating in charity work or assisting where they can in order to make the world a better place on Mandela Day. In recent years, Mandela Day which falls on 18 July has gained recognition internationally with people all across the world coming together to do their bit by taking action against poverty.
On 18 July 2017, the Staza team went to Unity Secondary School in Daveyton, East Rand, to show support for Mandela Day. Staza chose this particular school because it is in the vicinity of Mayfield Mall, one of the sites where we are contracted to clean. From 10 o’clock in the morning until very late at night, our group of Stars were deep cleaning ablutions at this high school so that our up and coming South African stars can also experience a clean, safe and healthy environment. Staza is proud to take part in such an auspicious movement and will surely take part every year going forward.
Corporate Social Investment
The issue of girl children being unable to buy sanitary pads and missing crucial school days has caused a stir in South Africa bringing about demonstrations for the “7 million” cause. For those girls whose families cannot afford to buy them sanitary pads, they end up using other alternatives such as rags, socks or paper which are hazardous to their health.
Since Staza Cleaning Services (PTY) Ltd evolved from a previously disadvantaged community and is 100% owned by black South African women, assisting indigent girls from one of the areas in which Staza is contracted was an opportunity to give back to a community similar to that which shaped Staza itself.
The Staza Women structure at our site South32 Khutala site, in Mpumalanga came together to support the girls in their community. On 8 September 2017, Matiti Gumbi, Nonkululeko Skhosana , Selephi Maposa, Theo Moshamola amongst many others all came together and presented forty girls at Siyathokoza Primary School in Phola with gift bags that consisted of bathroom essentials and sanitary towels. The girls were elated and the school felt that this act was a beacon of hope and a reservoir of hygienic and socio-economic values.
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