SAMC Project Assistant
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SAMC Project Assistant

Job description: SAMC Project Assistant. To assist in the implementation and tracking of all projects within the 10 Interventions for the South Africa Mohair Cluster, with special focus on Interventions 2 & 3 (Participants & Business Process Development and Value Chain Development).

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29 May 2019 Newsletter

With the Cluster entering its 3rd year of operation last month, this year has seen an extensive focus on execution of the ten Interventions and making progress in the development of a sustainable, ethical and profitable South African mohair sector. This newsletter serves to provide you with highlights...

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27 March 2019 Newsletter

After several months of stakeholder engagements, it was identified that product and application innovation are critical. In support of this, we would like to introduce Abraham Willemse, our new Innovation Manager who will be working closely with Camila Gillman.After achieving his Bachelor’s Degree in Textiles and Polymer Science from Stellenbosch University, Abraham went on to gain his Master’s...

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30 January 2019 Newsletter

With the end of 2018 fast approaching, we are currently engaged in several positive Interventions. We have identified commitment from key stakeholders to address the challenges impacting on growth & employment creation during 2018 and are working towards positive solutions. The SAMC recently attended the Textile Sustainability Conference hosted by...

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Innovation Projects and Value Chain Coordinator Position Available
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Innovation Projects and Value Chain Coordinator Position Available

The aim is to achieve these goals through the participants and through the identification, planning and implementation of various strategic Interventions.  These will include competitiveness improvement Interventions in People, Product, Process, Market and Technology. The South Africa Mohair Cluster (SAMC) is a Non-Profit...

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21 November 2018 Newsletter

With the end of 2018 fast approaching, we are currently engaged in several positive Interventions. We have identified commitment from key stakeholders to address the challenges impacting on growth & employment creation during 2018 and are working towards positive solutions. The SAMC recently attended the Textile Sustainability Conference hosted by...

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24 October 2018 Newsletter

Thank you to those Sector players that have taken the time to fill in the Value Chain Survey forms we have distributed. Your support and the time you have taken to assist us are greatly appreciated and valued. For those of you that have not completed the surveys, we ask that you kindly follow these links to complete the Value Chain Survey Form and Consent Form, and send them back to us at your earliest convenience...

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What is the purpose of the SA Mohair Cluster?

South Africa is unquestionably the mohair capital of the world and the production of this fibre forms a major component of our rich farming and textile history. Local skills and experience in working with this special fibre, as well as the significant contribution our country makes to the global mohair market, are testimony to...

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18 September 2018 Newsletter

As mentioned in our last newsletter, we intend to communicate more in terms of progress the Cluster is making. On this basis, we are very pleased to announce the launch of our LinkedIn page. We will utilise this platform to extend our reach and increase the size of the “Mohair Circle”. We encourage all of you to follow our page to keep updated on our progress...

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