PAIA refers to the Promotion of Access to Information Act, it’s the freedom of information law in South Africa, which is enforced by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC). It allows access to any information held by the state and by private bodies that is required for the exercise and protection of any rights. The intention of this ‘Act’ is to foster a culture of transparency and accountability in both public and private bodies.
The quality management system was successfully upgraded to Sharepoint, which is a web based platform that is easier to navigate and manage. Well done to the Quality Management team from Nashua Ltd for making this upgrade a reality and to the Quince staff who assisted in making the transition to the new platform a success.
NCCF took the children of ‘St George Home’ for a fun filled day to Sun City on the 29th October 2016. The kids had a fantastic time at the Valley of Waves and enjoyed delicious treats and meals. The Nashua Children’s Charity was at it again, making a difference. The children from ‘Epworth Children’s Village’ was taken to East Rand Mall on the 5th November 2016. The children enjoyed a wonderful meal and was treated to a shopping spree at Jets.
Nashua held its annual franchise awards on the 3rd of November and Nashua Botswana took the award for ‘Nashua Franchise of the year’ and the award for the ‘most improved Franchise’ went to Nashua Breedevallei. Well done!
Clifford Rakgotho and Lebo Zulu are new additions to the Quince Team. Lebo is rejoining Quince and is part of the Admin department. Clifford joins the Finance team as an Accountant. Here’s wishing them both a successful career and time at Quince Capital.
Annually, Quince has the Franchise of the year (FOY) loyalty programme and the winners for the F2016 financial year were Nashua Bloemfontein (big franchise) and Nashua South Coast (small/ medium franchise). Congratulations to both these Franchises.