Family. That’s what I’ve discovered here at Diva…It’s basically a family-orientated business. Because we spend most of our time here, we literally feel like a family.
It’s been an amazing experience working here, because you come across a lot of people with a lot of different backgrounds, attitudes, tempers, and having to deal with it on a daily basis it’s actually how we also learn to grow. That’s how I’ve come to see Diva as family and I’ve also seen Diva as a learning experience – it’s helped me become who I am today, how to work with people from different areas, from different color groups. It’s been great.
I feel like I’m part of saving people’s lives, and that’s very important to me. I wanted to at least do something that will help others.
It’s a blessing to work at Diva. I wanted to do something for the country. I found out that Diva is manufacturing products to help children with malnutrition and is exporting to countries that are experiencing war and such things. So working here at Diva I am ensuring that we are producing quality food for those kids who don’t get food.
There are currently no vacancies.
We stay here in the informal settlement, and the shacks burn two or three times a year, it depends how lucky we are, and if our members are involved, Diva helps them to rebuild their shacks. It’s a family company, I feel part of the family.
Here at Diva we have a song, like a national anthem for Diva. It started long time ago when we used to have braais…Our director fell in love with the song, so now even if someone passes away, we sing that song at the funeral. It’s “Never Give Up”, we always sing that song.