Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA)

Contact Details

Physical: 2 Clamart Road, Richmond, Johannesburg, 2092
Postal: PO Box 961, Auckland Park, 2006
Tel: 011 628 7000
Fax: 011 726 7777


The mission of the Chemical Industries Education and Training Authority (CHIETA) is to contribute to sustainable development through facilitating the provision of skills for growth in the chemical industries sector.

The Authority's strategic objectives are to: establish a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning; increase access to occupationally directed programmes; promote growth of a public Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college system that is responsive to sector, local, regional and national skills needs and priorities; address the low level of language and numeracy skills to provide access to additional training; encourage better use of workplace-based skills development; encourage and support cooperatives, small enterprises, worker initiated Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and community training initiatives; increase public sector capacity for improved service delivery and support and build a developmental state; build career and vocational guidance; address the medium-term strategic priorities of the government; and continuously focus on defining and quality assurance of optimised business processes, knowledge management systems, and organisational architecture frameworks in support of the professional and confident discharge of its legislative mandate.

Office Bearers/Management

Ms N Fakude
Chief Executive Officer
Ms A Itzkin

Ms Nolitha Fakude
Deputy Chairperson:
Board Members:
Mr Gerhard Ceronie
Dr Tsenge Demana
Ms Ingrid Dimo
Ms Jacqui Klaasen
Mr Mosehla Mampho
Mr George Mnguni
Mr Simon Mofokeng
Mr Brian Muir
Mr Ronnie Muruven
Mr Dan Nkotsoe
Mr Manene Samela
Mr Jan Smit
Mr Bertie van Baalen
Chief Executive Officer:
Ms Ayesha Itzkin (Acting)
Chief Financial Officer:
Mr Farhad Motala
Chief Operations Officer:
Senior Management:
Mr Trevor Channing (Governance and Risk Executive)
Ms Kedibone Moroane (Research and Skills Planning Executive)
Ms Raakshani Sing (Grants and Strategic Projects Executive)
Communications Officers:
Glory Nyathi

Financial Information

All Financial Values: R'0002015/162014/152013/142012/13
AUDIT OUTCOMEClean AuditClean AuditFinancially UnqualifiedFinancially Unqualified
Current Assets358 842357 755342 928429 829
Non-Current Assets1 0541 0191 5011 775
Total Assets359 896358 774344 429431 608
Current Liabilities82 62766 15067 07478 933
Non-Current Liabilities----
Total Liabilities82 62766 15067 07478 933
Total Net Assets277 269292 624277 355352 671
Total Revenue484 735465 656433 354402 384
Revenue from Exchange Transactions21 96022 00320 39919 165
Revenue from Non-Exchange Transactions462 775443 653412 955383 219
Total Expenditure(500 090)(450 387)(508 670)(395 970)
Employee Costs(34 441)(29 222)(24 890)(21 240)
Surplus/(Deficit) for Year(15 355)15 269(75 316)6 414
Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities1 97514 714(85 434)60 645
Net Cash Flows from Investing Activities(414)(324)(1 013)(1 462)
Cash & Cash Equivalents at End of Year358 283356 723342 332428 779
Unauthorised Expenditure----
Irregular Expenditure----
Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure----
Posts Approvedn/an/an/an/a
Posts Filled565445n/a
SourcesAnnual ReportAnnual ReportAnnual Report n/a

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