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pinpoint one human resources was founded by Clive H. Viveiros, Lizelle Pohl (now late) and Florence Thom in 1999, long standing friends, whom after having successful corporate careers, wished to pursue their entrepreneurial desires and established a sustainable, successful South African business delivering quality human resources solutions for our clients.

Clive had a successful career spanning seventeen years within the executive search and recruitment industry which ultimately led to his appointment as Managing Director of the Kelly Group prior to establishing pinpoint one human resources.

Florence pursued a corporate career for eighteen years within both the public and private sectors, gaining experience across a number of industries and finally, as Manager: Human Resources in African Oxygen Limited. She led the human capital function of the business across eleven African countries.

Lucia on successfully completing her Master’s Thesis on small business development, joined the team in 2002.

Nkhabele Marumo, a clinical psychologist, with an established credible career in the labour market, joined the team in 2001.

Lucia, Clive, Florence and Nkhabele still play a leading role in ensuring the success of pinpoint one human resources.

lucia
mabasa

managing director

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I enjoy being
involved in
youth development projects, dancing
and
laughing

clive is
passionate about supporting
emerging young artists
– nelson makamo,
bambo sibiya,
themba khumalo, giggs kgote.

clive
viveiros

founding member &
executive director

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florence
thom

founder & executive
director

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i love
all things
beautiful – art,
flowers, movies, music,
places, positive
people and CATS!

I am very
intrigued by the
interface between
psychology and
African culture.

nkhabele
marumo

non-executive director

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recent
testimonials

 

strategic partnerships

 

APSO
accreditation

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strategic partnerships

"As far as men go, it is not what they are that interests me, but what they can become. Jean-Paul Sartre." Johan has worked in the financial services industry for 13 years in the areas of Mergers, Acquisitions and Turn-around management at executive level. In this capacity he regularly had to strategically re-align companies and executive teams. …  

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Hendrik was a founder and Managing Director of Charles Orbach Corporate Finance and subsequently the CEO and co-founder of Rock Morphus Investments (Pty) Ltd and Pure Pharmacy Holdings (Pty) Ltd.   He is currently the Managing Director of Suez Capital (Pty) Ltd and specialises in corporate advisory services including merger & acquisition…  

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socio-economic &
enterprise development

NPOs and
NGOs

 

sponsored
artists

overview
our artists

 

employee
equity impact

impact
statistics

socio-economic development

NPOs and NGOs

We render professional consulting services to a number of Section 21 not-for-profit organizations pro-bono or at consulting fee rates that are highly discounted.

We have supported the following NGOs and institutions such as:
  • SciBono
  • Legal Resources Centre
  • Lesbian and Gay Equality Project
  • Cancer Association of South Africa
  • Lefika La Phodiso
  • Teddy Bear Clinic
  • Play Africa Planning Office
  • Community Benefit Projects
We support other community benefit projects such as:
  • Mount Zion, ex-offenders rehabilitation centre in Hillbrow
  • The Orange Farm Community Library Book Donation Project
  • Out of the Box Skills Development Centre
  • Room 13 Development of artists at Olifantsvlei Schools
  • Community led animal welfare in Dobsonville – CLAW

Business and Arts South Africa (NPC) is a joint initiative of the Department of Arts and Culture and the corporate sector, a public/private partnership, as part of a strategy to secure greater involvement in the arts from South African businesses operating both in South Africa and internationally. Business and Arts South Africa (NPC) promotes mutually beneficial, equitable and sustainable business-arts partnerships for the benefit of the whole of society. They do this through research and seminars that examine the arts-business relationships. BASA provides a bespoke service to businesses, and celebrates successful business-arts partnerships – all with the aim of ensuring the relevance and sustainability of the arts in South Africa.

The Teddy Bear Clinic for Abused Children (TTBC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting children, families and communities affected by abuse and promoting a society in which “CHILD ABUSE IS NO MORE”. In order to do this; TTBC provides forensic medical examinations, forensic assessments, counseling, psychological testing, legal support, training and a schools awareness programme. TTBC offers a diversion programme for child sexual offenders; the programme has a capacity to break the cycle of abuse.

Lefika La Phodiso ‘The Rock of Holding’ is Africa’s first psychoanalytically informed Community Art Counselling training centre. Through this specialised skills development, they are able to facilitate community outreach projects as practical placement sites for their students. Recognising the universal need and nature of psychosocial health, they have grown from their initial centre based in Gauteng and now reach interprovincial communities across South Africa and abroad. They are currently celebrating over 20 years alongside our country’s two decades of democracy.

Artist Proof Studio (APS) is an innovative and engaged community printmaking centre of excellence.The organisation focuses on all aspects of professional printmaking: creation, sales, training and community engagement. The studio is divided into four business units, which encompass its professional printmaking operations.

CLAW is a welfare organisation, renowned as the pioneer of community based primary animal healthcare in South Africa.

Sci-Bono is a world-class science centre that supports maths, science and technology education and offers innovative, dynamic learning experiences that contribute to building South Africa’s science, engineering and technology capacity.

sponsored artists

overview

pinpoint one human resources has been a Patron to Artist Proof Studio, a community printmaking studio, from 2001 to December 2013. Artist Proof Studio provides a home for Gauteng based artists and develops talented and emerging artists from underserved communities. We awarded scholarships to sponsor the three-year education programme of three artists each year. We sponsored a number of initiatives, such as hosting of art exhibitions to expose the artists and their works to a wider audience with buying potential. We transferred business skills, which ensured the artists’ own economic sustainability.

pinpoint one human resources has over the past twelve years, been awarded three Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) Awards. These are:

  • 1. First Time Sponsor and Sponsorship in 2002 by a small business.
  • 2. Sponsorship by a Small Business of an arts project in 2007.
  • 3. Long Term Sponsorship Award by a small business in 2012 for the sustained sponsorship of the Artist Proof Studio from 2001 to 2012 – ten years

pinpoint one human resources was instrumental in ensuring the career success of the following young, renowned artists:

Bambo Sibiya, Nelson Makamo, Themba Khumalo & Philip Mabote

Bambo Sibiya

Themba Khumalo

employee equity impact

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