Ricardo Eksteen

Ricardo started working with House of Print as a causal worker in the Point of Sale department on 13 February 2013. His work tasks were as a general worker. His mentor was Vincent Ntuli in the Die Cutting Section, where he taught him the basics on the Croppers (hand fed die cutting machine) His manager…

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Lizzie Marumolo

Lizzie started working for House of Print as a casual worker, working in the bindery packing boxes. In July 2005 she was offered a permanent position as a tea lady, while still making tea, then House of Print sent her on a Receptionist course, in 2006 she was offered a position as a receptionist, which…

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Andre Bam

There is no doubt that passion has to be the driving force in running a successful printing company. A passion for people, a passion for creativity, quality, and a passion for print. It’s in your blood. The thrill and excitement of printing was something that Andre as a youngster knew he had to experience. He…

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Kenneth Tshabalala

With a constant ambition to improve his career, he realised early on that if he puts in the time he would reap the benefits. He started out at House of Print in 2008 as a Guillotine operator. During his off time Kenneth studied Estimating and once he had passed the course was promoted to this position.…

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Ronel Breedt

A qualified photo Lithographer. With her infectious laugh she has brought irresistible charm to House of Print. With more than 15 years of experience working closely with clients, she is ready to help with even the most demanding jobs. She takes her loyalty to her clients, House of Print and the job at hand very seriously,…

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Susan Allworth

Sue is very proud of the fact that she was the second woman in the history of South Africa to become an apprentice in printing. She started at Perskor in 1975, the company specialised in school books and calendars. “Tannie Sue” as she is affectionately known has been with the group for 35 years. In 1984…

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Verena Yarde

It takes a special kind of person to handle wages for a staff complement as large as ours and Verena Yarde is just the person to do it. Verena joined us in April 1993 in the admin department doing general filing. Not content, she worked hard and in August 1994 she was promoted to handle…

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Angelina Govender

Here at House of Print we pride ourselves on having a wonderfully dedicated and enthusiastic group of staff. Without fail they go out of their way to do their respective jobs to the best of their abilities. They realise that doing their job – whatever that may be – directly impacts the service we are…

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Frans Myburgh

As one would expect, the process of running a printing plant such as ours, can be quite a daunting task. We have a large plant comprising a number of different processes. There is the conventional litho plant, the large-format point of sale department and there is the digital department. Add to this the prepress, the…

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Rose Buthelezi

Paper is the lifeblood of any printing house, it is our biggest consumable and it is also or most valuable consumable. At any time we will have many tonnes of paper in our stock room, either waiting to be printed or being held for future jobs. Managing this expensive commodity is no small feat. Rose…

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