VISION, MISSION
& COMPANY
VALUES

TABLE MOUNTAIN
AERIAL CABLEWAY
CO (PTY) LTD

FROM OUR
MANAGING
DIRECTOR

HIGHLIGHTS
2017/2018

VISITOR
MILESTONES

CABLEWAY
SPECIALS AND
PROMOTIONS

CABLEWAY
PARTNERSHIPS AND
SPONSORSHIPS

The Cableway participates in a number of partnerships and provides sponsorship to various projects. In 2017/2018, these included:

CAPE TOWN TOURISM

The Cableway is proud to be a long-standing Executive Partner of Cape Town Tourism, the City’s official destination marketing organisation.

In 2017, Wahida Parker, our MD, was elected to serve on the Cape Town Tourism Board.

Wahida Parker

CAPE TOWN BIG 7

The Cableway is a founding partner of this marketing collaboration between the seven iconic attractions of Cape Town. This partnership offers cross marketing opportunities, as well as opportunities to showcase our offerings at local and international travel trade shows and insight sharing. Fazielah Williams, the Cableway’s Content Marketer, represented the Cape Town Big 7 at South African Tourism’s Roadshow in Brazil and Argentina in September 2017. Due to the disbanding of the Cape Town Partnership, the manager of the City Walk, this seventh attraction withdrew from the collective. Consequently, the Cape Town Big 7 has been renamed the Cape Town Big 6.

Fazielah Williams representing the Cape Town Big 7 at the SAT South American Roadshow

CABLEWAY CHARITY CHALLENGE

Saturday 21 April 2018 was a special day, as we hosted the 10th Cableway Charity Challenge. As the title sponsor of this annual event, we entered 15 Cableway team members and placed fourth in the corporate challenge. Competing for charity to complete as many summits of Table Mountain as possible, the competitive spirit was high amongst contestants. With an impressive total of R 1,006,751 raised for the event’s beneficiaries Paedspal, CoolPlay and The Centre for Play and Learning, the Charity Challenge was a roaring success. Additionally, 10% of the funds raised was awarded to Wilderness Search and Rescue (WSAR), which plays such a pivotal role in caring for our mountain.

The 10th Cableway Charity Challenge medal
Team Cableway

ATTRACTIONS AFRICA 2018

TMACC supported the 2018 Attractions Africa Conference at the Gold Reef City Theme Park Hotel on 6 and 7 June 2018. Collette van Aswegen, the Cableway’s Marketing Manager, and Wahida Parker served as speakers and panellists on the conference programme, sharing key crisis communications management learnings and success in the attractions management industry. The conference attracted 100 international and local delegates and was an outstanding event.

Collette Van Aswegen presents at Attractions Africa

CABLEWAY
ONLINE

The Cableway’s social media team focused on producing tactical and viral-sharing worthy videos this past year. These included:

RESPONSIBLE
CABLEWAY

CARBON NEUTRAL
CABLEWAY

CARING
CABLEWAY

TEAM
CABLEWAY

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SURVEY

TMACC conducted an Employee Engagement Survey in April 2018. This provided a platform for TMACC staff to provide feedback about how they experience working at the Cableway. This process has helped the leadership team to gain invaluable information which will be used to identify areas of improvement.

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY COMMITTEE

In terms of the Employment Equity Act, TMACC is obliged to set up an Employment Equity Committee (EEC). This committee is a consultation platform where the employer and employee representatives (and the union) must meet on a regular basis to consult on employment equity matters.

Staff have nominated and elected Employment Equity Committee members. Their duties include, but are not limited to the following:

• Serve as a member of the committee for a period of 1 (one) year.

• Consultations on employment equity related matters.

• Consultation with and feedback to employees on preparation and implementation of employment equity submissions to the Employment Equity Committee in order to achieve reasonable progress towards employment equity in the workplace.

• Identify employment equity barriers and affirmative action measures.

• Make representation and consulting on numerical goals to achieve equitable representation of suitable qualified people from designated groups within each occupational category and level in the workplace.

• Ensure timeous input into employment equity reporting.

All committee members have received Employment Equity and Diversity training

TMACC’s Employment Equity Commitee members from left to right: Tasneem Rajie - Human Resources Department, Nicholaas Kasper - Technical Department, Siphokazi Mahilihili - Retail Department, Rezaan Eze - Operations Department, Siyabonga Setong - Operations Department, Anthea Ferreira - Retail Department, Clinton Maart - Operations Department, Danchwa Cloete - Human Resources Department. Committee members not in picture: Flippie Pieterse - Technical Department, Ndiliswa Ngeni – Food and Beverage Department, Shaun Bentham - Food and Beverage Department.

IMPROVING
THE VISITOR
EXPERIENCE

NUTS
AND BOLTS

OUR PROUD
ACHIEVEMENTS