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KwaZulu-Natal Master Builders and Allied Industries Association are administrators of the KwaZulu-Natal Retirement Fund and Provident Fund.

We are able to assist you on Employee Benefit products and source a tailor-made solution through our accredited partners. Our aim is a customer who has peace of mind and who knows that informed advice is the key to professional financial planning.

VISHANE PRAMRAJH, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS MANAGER

Vishane Pramrajh joined Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal in 2013 as the Association’s Employee Benefits Manager. He holds a National Certificate in Wealth Management, a RE1 FAIS Representative Certificate and has been in the Financial Services industry since 2000 after having begun his career with the Fedsure Group.

He has since worked for several of the Employee Benefits specialists in the market and in doing so, gained over 13 years of Employee Benefits experience ranging from administration of funds to consulting to a wide spectrum of clients.

In his role as the Employee Benefits Manager, Vishane is responsible for the management and co-ordination of all aspects of the Benefits Office for the Association and for the Association’s Members according to best practices in a safe and secure environment.

MICHAEL CELE, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR

Mike matriculated at Durban Finishing School and in 1993 went onto work in the Benefits Office at Old Mutual, Durban Branch. In May 2001 he joined Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal Benefits Office, as Provident Fund Administrator assistant to Bob Sayers. In 2002 he became the Provident Fund Administrator responsible for Death & Disability claims. He is currently studying Business Administration through Varsity College and holds a certificate of proficiency (C.O.P.) in Retirements Funds through the Insurance Institute of South Africa, which he attained in June 2004.    

GOODMAN NZAMA, FRONT OFFICE SUPERVISOR

Shortly after having matriculated in Durban, Goodman in 1986 commenced employment at Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal. He joined the Employee Benefits Office in 1999 and today fulfills the role of Employee Benefits Front Office Supervisor. Goodman in 2004, also achieved his teachers certificate through UNISA.        

LYN FOLEY

Lyn was born in Lusaka but has lived in Durban North since the age of 3. She matriculated from Northlands Girls High School and went to work for a national tyre company where she spent 13 years in total. She also worked at a large car manufacturer’s head office, the Natal Rugby Union as well as another national manufacturing company for 18 years before joining MBA. She has two daughters with three grandchildren. Lyn joined the Benefits department in November 2009 on contract to help with the administration of the Surplus Apportionment exercise. In August 2010 she took a permanent position in the same department in the Stamp office.        

PETROS MTAMBO, ASSISTANT PROVIDENT FUND ADMINISTRATOR

Petros started out with the association in 1987 as a general cleaner, before joining the Benefits Department. Today he is Assistant Provident Fund Administrator, where he handles the funds withdrawal and retirement.

WINNIE NGUBANE

Natal born, Winnie, has lived in Durban her whole life and after matriculating, did a secretarial course at Inanda Seminary before studying business management at Unischool which was part of Howard College. She began her career working for the Industrial Council for the Building Industry then later for Fedsure when they took over the fund. She then worked at Capital Alliance before joining Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal earlier in the year.

DALEEN VAN VUUREN

Born in Gauteng, yet growing up in Durban, Daleen matriculated from Gelofte High School in 1998 and immediately started her working career with The Spar Group, earning certification in Customer Care Service. From there, Daleen held various positions with companies such as The Heritage Theatre, Glodina and finally Maxprop, spending 5 years within Sectional Title Administration. At home, Daleen is mom to three busy young daughters.

 

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