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Repackaging Education Content for all Grades and Subjects in RSA into animations and Developing Virtual Laboratories


  • Provide laboratory where they do not exist
  • Promote remote access to laboratory for various disciplines
  • Provide Space for students to conduct experiments by arousing curiosity in their own environment to learn concepts and conduct experiments remotely
  • Provide complete virtual learning management systems and apparatus
  • Provide a complete virtual learning environment with various tools (can be linked to web resources ,lectures animated demonstration and self- evaluation
  • Cut costs on perishable laboratory material (chemical material)
  • Share costly equipment and resources and make these available to many users any time
  • Work in the convenience of users ( work in the lab anywhere any time )

All fields can benefit in various types of virtual laboratories and apparatus


Medical and Health Animations

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  • Access to medical and health Information and Knowledge
  • Repackaging Medical and Health Animations and Virtual Medical and Biomedical Laboratories
  • Assist in Health and Medical Learning /Education and Training
  • Preserve institutional memory of medical conditions/activities for references
  • Health learning and education for health promotion


Informatics and Knowledge Management services

  • KM strategies and implementation support
  • Training, education and development
  • Platforms and product of knowledge reviews
  • Demonstrations on KM models
  • Web & portal development
  • Managing websites for organizations
  • Providing guidelines for web content & design
  • Monitoring & evaluation strategy development and guidelines
  • Developing both physical and virtual libraries
  • Data & information management training
  • KM standards development
  • KM benchmarking

Knowledge Management and Innovation leadership development programme

Leadership development programmes of organizations follow models that are based on courses.   Some of these  courses are attended by some senior managers and middle managers an organisations. Considering the 70-20-10 % approach to leadership development ( these kind of programmes are perhaps covering the 10% without touching 90% of the process of developing leaders.  

This 70-20-10% model suggests that 70% of learning in developing leadership comes from the job itself, 20% from feedback, observation and role models and only 10% from executive education programmes.  It is not clear as yet whether this programme achieved the 10%,or more or less.   Stock of how many of the managers attended this course should be taken.

Also an evaluation of the impact of this course is necessary to see what else is needed  to cover the remaining 90%. The following framework is developed as a basis for further interrogation and fleshing it out for a comprehensive leadership development programme.

Important Questions to ask

Who should be developed? How do we identify talent? What aspects of development and for whom? How do we develop skills? What programmes?

Categories for Development

Developing senior managers, Developing middle managers, Developing researchers, Developing support staff, Developing general domestic workers

Types of Programmes

Executives : Senior Managers

Executive education/course, Executive Coaching, Leadership behaviour “Acting Out”, Management Competence, Global leadership, Scenario planning and foresight programmes

Developing Leadership Pipeline

Middle Management

S/A Executives, Succession Planning Programmes, Mentorship, Talent identification and Retention Programmes, Knowledge Continuity Programmes

Developing Core Business Leadership Programmes


Same as middle managers  exclude executives, Core competence development programmes, Management development, Advocacy development, Champion development programmes

NB: Support Staff will take the same development as well as general domestic workers

IKME professionalism and professional development

Facilitation of IKME professional standards, Facilitation of IKM professional council & association, Development of IKM professional code of conduct & ethics

IKM regulation and policies

Review of informatics regulation, Review of KM regulation, Review of knowledge regulation, Support for informatics knowledge management & knowledge economy policies

     Services Provided by SANCIKMKE and IKMAC 2007 – Date

  • Conducted a Knowledge and Information Audit for the Office of the Accountant General (National Treasury) 2012
  • DPSA UNDP Innovation and ICT Public Service Reform Study 2012- 2013
  • Assisted CoGTA in Developing its KM Strategy (2012
  • Conducted KM Basic Training for Buffalo City Municipality (220 participants) 2012
  • Assisted IDC (National Treasury ) Developing a KM Strategy 2010
  • Assisted IDC (National Treasury ) in piloting KM activities 2010- 2011
  • Conducted a Knowledge Café for DCoGTA 2011
  • Organized an International Conference on Knowledge Economy 2011.
  • Assisting Department of Public Service Administration in Developing a National KM Framework for Public Service 2010-2011
  • Assisting Buffalo City Municipality, Conducted a Knowledge Audit in Developing a Knowledge Management Strategy 2009
  • Assisted Buffalo City in developing KM strategy 2009
  • Assisting the Small Economic Development Agency (SEDA) Conducted Knowledge Audit in developing its Knowledge Management Strategy April-June 2009.
  • Translated the Demographic and Health survey Instruments for the Medical Research Council 2008-2009
  • SANCIKMKE has organised an International Knowledge Economy Conference in October 2009. Has managed to draw more than 8 countries from all over the world.  
  • Founded the South African Knowledge Management Professional Association (SAKMPA) 2009
  • Ran a course for members from Mnquma and Nelson Mandela Municipalities in conjunction with the Eastern Cape Parks Board Executive members 2009
  • Conducted a Training Course on Monitoring and Evaluation and Research in Knowledge Management for the Medical Research Council of South Africa (MRC) 2009
  • Ran a Knowledge Management short Course for GCIS staff 2008
  • Facilitated a Knowledge Economy Workshop for the Knowledge Economy Forum organized by DST 2008
  • Assisted the Department of Public Works in the development of a Community of Practice for public service mainly and Department of Public Services and Administration partially 2008
  • Conducted an Impact study on HIV and AIDS Education Programme for the Eastern Cape Government 2008



Board members
Mr Bongani Matomela, MA; Advocate Tozie Mbananga, LLB; Mr Lorenzo Raynard, BSc; Dr Norma Tsotsi, BDS, MPH; Mr Mothusi Tsikang, B Admin

Chief Executive Director
Prof Nolwazi Mbananga BA, BAHons, MA, PhD