Mission

To provide enabling opportunities and mentorship for graduate progression, sustainability and prosperity in an efficient and professional manner.

Vision

Champions of innovative opportunities to harvest quality and industrious graduates for a prosperous society


Values

Efficiency | Accountability | Integrity | Collaboration | Innovation.

Our Cultural Ethos

Stakeholders and fellow staff members are pivotal to the success of the organisation and all should be treated with utmost respect and empathy in collaborative effort underpinned by team work. This is the cultural ethos which secures the survival and competitiveness of SAGDA.

SAGDA BACKGROUND

South African Graduates Development Association

The South African Graduates Development Association (SAGDA) is a Section 21Company established by a group of unemployed graduates in 1997. The graduates were faced with challenges emanating from the South African economy’s inability to create adequate job opportunities thereby rendering hordes of graduates unemployed. These young men and women decided to establish SAGDA with an emphasis on assisting graduates find employment and participate in the South African economy.


Mr. Vukile Nkabinde and Mr. Brian Koopedi are the two remaining founding board members. SAGDA has influenced public policy and has well sought after advice to institutions such as the Presidency, National Youth Development Agency, Department of Public Service and Administration and the Department of Trade and Industry. In November 2010, we launched a new organizational strategy and adopted a new vision/mission to navigate the graduate empowerment trajectory through viable partnerships, footprint to rural and remote areas and research

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Highlights

Successfully placed over 1500 graduates in 2013.
SAGDA interns have assisted the Department of Public Works under the auspices of KPMG to save R 34 billion within their property portfolio for the financial year ended March 2014.
Successfully placed over 1500 graduates in 2013.
SAGDA interns have assisted the Department of Public Works under the auspices of KPMG to save R 34 billion within their property portfolio for the financial year ended March 2014.

Our belief

We believe that our service offering and delivery methodologies are unique and innovative thus allowing us to provide a diversity of high impact solutions at a strategic level for numerous organisations. Your solution to graduate employment.

Our Partners
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