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Eskilz College - Top Empowerment Awards finalist

Passionate about education and training in South Africa
In a recent release, Topco Media and Communications named Eskilz College as a finalist in the 18th annual Top Empowerment Awards. Eskilz College has been nominated in the Education and Training category as a transformation leader.

As South Africa’s premier empowerment event, the Top Empowerment Awards recognises companies and individuals who have contributed to accelerating transformation and building an all-inclusive economy.

Eskilz College has remained dedicated to the evolution of training in South Africa, with a focus on providing funded accredited training for previously disadvantaged groups for the past 17 years towards employability and entrepreneurship. Eskilz College continues to empower the corporate landscape by acting as BBBEE Aligned Skills Development transformation partner to businesses in South Africa.

With a history of honouring industry leaders, finalists and winners at the Top Empowerment Awards have been a source of inspiration for sector peers. With its many accomplishments, Eskilz College hopes to do the same.

"I must thank you for the recognising the efforts of Eskilz College, as this is aligned to our business and personal mandate of positive social transformation which is achieved through training and sustained development,” says Mr Kamal P Timmal, CEO of Eskilz College (Proud member of Timmal Holdings).

The Top Empowerment Awards ceremony will take place on 11 April 2019 in Johannesburg. Winners will be those companies and individuals who have demonstrated innovation and leadership in BBBEE.

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Eskilz College
Established in 2002, Eskilz is an accredited training provider that was established to assist levy paying companies to access their skills development levies. Once clients started enquiring about add on services Eskilz then took the opportunity to add to it's offerings.
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