May Employee of the Month – Sne

The bubbly and energetic Sne, won the title of EOTM for the month of March. Sne is seen here at our new offices in Umhlanga which she is thoroughly enjoying. Sne says that the new beautiful scenery helps her stay sane on  crazy days at the office. For those that didn’t visit our new spot as yet…this is our view.

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April Employee of the Month – Melissa John

It was by no surprise when Melissa was announced as the EOTM for February. Melissas’ enthusiasm to the office is exemplary and she enjoys every minute playing a part in keeping this engine running.

May we suggest a day at the beach sipping on cocktails as we soak up the last bit of summer in Durban @ melissa.

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March Employee of the Month – Gerald Pillay

Gerald Pillay won our EOTM competition for January. Just goes to show that our staff were  “all systems go” ready for 2014! Gerald says that he was proud of his achievement and looking forward to securing this title again in the near future.  Congratulations Gerald.

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Feburary Employee of the Month – Yarushka

The lovely Yarushka Chetty won our coveted title of Employee of the Month for December. When interviewed about her win and what strategy she had used , she replied ” It was probably the inspiration from my coffee mug…” Im not Bossy….I just have better ideas ! “

Well done Yarushka , and hope to see you on this wall again.

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January Employee of the Month – Sam Msomi

Cardinal Maritime employee of the month - Sam MsomiOur  November Employee of the Month award goes to Sam Msomi, who won the award for her outstanding teamwork that has seen her team achieve their targets. We have no doubt that Sam will be using her reward spending time with loved ones in this exact order:

1. Shopping for perfume
2. Shopping for clothes
3. Her beautiful daughter Hlelo

(At time of going live, husband was nr 10 on Sams list!)

Thanks Sam for all your hard work, from the team at Cardinal Maritime!

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In memory of Nelson Mandela

Nelson MandelaNelson Mandela became a global symbol for human rights when he successfully fought against the apartheid regime of racial segregation and discrimination in South Africa.

He served 27 years in prison before then President FW de Klerk granted him his freedom in 1990. Both Nelson Mandela and FW De Klerk shared the Nobel Peace Prize as a symbol of their reconciliation in 1993.

South Africa had their first democratic elections in 1994 where Nelson Mandela was elected as the first black president. South Africa erupted in joy as this marked the building of a unified nation.

Mandela served one term before retiring. He contributed his time to AIDS Awareness and various other charities. Unfortunately he became ill over the past few years and South Africans saw very little of him. Having just come out of hospital, Mandela died on Thursday 5th December 2013 surrounded by family and friends of the struggle. He was 95.
Current South African President Jacob Zuma announced Mandela’s death at a news conference, saying, “We’ve lost our greatest son.” Mandela had been in failing health for months.
Mandela worked as a lawyer and political activist to dismantle white minority rule under which blacks were denied political rights and basic freedoms. His methods included emulating the nonviolent approach of Mahatma Ghandi. However he needed to make a stronger statement, and a turn to violence as the leader of the armed wing of the African National Congress that included a bombing campaign at white government locations saw his imprisonment.

Mandela’s stoic optimism and conciliation toward adversaries and oppressors saw him as one of the world’s most recognizable statesmen of the 20th century and a true hero of South African democracy.

“If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy,” Mandela once said. “Then he becomes your partner.”
This week as many dignatories and fellow South Africans make their way to various memorial services around the country, Cardinal Maritime remembers Madiba as the man who changed our nation, a man who taught us how to forgive and become a united country. We remember you for your charm and charisma but more importantly, your graciousness as an inspiring leader.

Hamba Kahle, Tata.

“I have walked that long road to freedom. I have tried not to falter,” he wrote. “I have made missteps along the way. But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds there are many more hills to climb.”

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December Employee of the month – Monica Lobo

Monica LoboMonica Lobo has won the title of Employee of the month for October for her outstanding number-crunching skills displayed as our book-keeper.

Not only does Monica win some time off but she is the lucky winner of the Designated Drivers Award, and we have no doubt that her driving skills will be much needed at the staff year end function.

We are super proud and super grateful. Well done Monica!

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November Employee of the month – Andile Madondo

Andile Madondo - Cardinal Maritime South AfricaThis September our prestigious Employee of the Month award goes to our Import Controller, Andile Madondo. Andile has done us proud in September with his strong work ethic and outstanding dedication to getting the job done.

We’re rewarding his contribution with some hard-earned time off, which we gather he’s going to use to practice his modelling poses as his dream is to one day be featured on the cover of GQ! Thanks Andile for all your hard work, and enjoy your holiday.

We’ll be keeping you up-to-date with the goings-on in the Cardinal offices over the coming months – watch this space for news as and when it happens! And if there’s anything you’d like to know more about, feel free to get in touch by emailing info@cardinalmaritime.co.za.

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October Employee of the month – Glenn McIntosh

Glenn McIntosh - Cardinal MaritimeFor the month of August our prestigious Employee of the Month award goes to our Assistant Manager: Overseas Liason,  Glenn McIntosh. Glenn has shone in August with his dedication to the job, friendly and approachable manner and great contribution to the company strategy.

We’re rewarding his commitment with some time off work (to do all the things he dreams of while he is at work) as we believe that rewarding the effort of our team members is the driving force behind individual achievement and collective strength. We won’t print the details of Glenn’s lengthy acceptance speech here, but needless to say, he was very pleased to have been chosen! We’ll be keeping you up to date with our team news in the months to come – watch this space!

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Market-leading Shanghai Service

Cardinal Maritime is the only NVOCC in South Africa that has two sailings a week out of Shanghai. We have built an exceptional service boasting ever growing volumes by partnering with one of the foremost NVOCCs in Shanghai. Our service offers both LCL and FCL shipments at industry-leading rates. We also offer excellent ex-works and hazardous capabilities. Contact our friendly and professional sales team today for any questions or assistance:

pieter@cardinalmaritime.co.za
Tel: +27 31 312 4339/5885 ext 215 | Fax: +27 31 312 6080 | Mobile : +27 79 510 3300

g.mcintosh@cardinalmaritime.co.za
Tel: +27 31 312 4339/5885 ext 208 | Fax: +27 31 312 6080

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