Training, Development, Consulting International

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Welcome to TDCI's definitive hub for Employment Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Transformation (EEDIT) excellence. TDCI is a business psychology firm that specialises in custom designed interventions that facilitate deep, integrated and sustainable diversity and inclusion-related shifts on individual, team and organisational level. 

For more information on our services or programmes please contact Elizabeth Dhlamini-Kumalo or Marius Pretorius.

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TDCI is excited to welcome Elizabeth Dhlamini-Kumalo as Chairperson and DEIB Portfolio Executive. MaDhlamini, as she is affectionately known, brings her extensive experience as HR Director (companies such as Afrox, Woolworths, Sandvik, SANP, Fedics and SARS), OD Specialist and leading thinking in the space of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging to TDCI's service offerings. MaDhlamini has a Masters degree in Human Resource Management. She is the previous Chairperson of SABPP, has participated in the National Assembly of Women, and was a founding member of Women’s National Coalition. Read more about Elizabeth's portfolio. 

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TDCI, SABPP and the NWU’s Unit for Continuing Education will, from 25 November to 10 December 2021, be hosting a 16 Days of Activism Campaign against Gender-Based Violence. Thematically the campaign advocates a corporate shift from Awareness to Action, Alignment and Accountability. The campaign focusses on the elimination of Gender-based workplace violence and hostility, and the enabling of a culture that embraces diversity and fosters equity, inclusive and belonging.


The structured advocacy programme incorporates two interactive workshops and a 16 GBV Micro-Learning Calendar. The campaign aligns to the government’s Emergency Response Action Plan on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide that was initiated by President Cyril Ramaphosa to mitigate the scourge of Gender-Based violence in the country. 

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