Transafrica Management Development Institute (TAMADI) is registered in Zimbabwe as Tamadi Institute of Management. It is a private institution with its core business as Capacity Building, Development and Training zeroing in on Leadership (Management) Training and Development TAMADI is a result of the rebranding in 2012 of TransAfrican Management Consultants (TAMC) to include the human development identity. TransAfrican Management Consultants was registered in 1998. TAMADI was registered to broaden our focus to the capacity development needs of the whole of Africa. Fulfilling the training needs of organisations in Africa.
Tamadi was also registered in South Africa under details: 2011/062797/23 Name: Tamadi institute of Management (Pvt) Limited t/a Transafrica Management Development Institute
Date of Registration: 29 February, 2012
Registration Number: 1618/2012
Country and Registration Office: Zimbabwe, Registrar of Companies. Accreditation: Manpower Planning and Development Act. Chapter 28.02.
The Transafrican Management Development Institute (TAMADI) is a regional (professional service provider) organisation with a mandate to carry out Management Development, Management Training, Management Consultancy, Management Advisory Services and Institutional-building in order to enhance the effectiveness of organisations in the public, parastatal, private and non-governmental sectors in Africa. TAMADI intends to run programmes for the Sub-Sahara Africa
Our client base is made up of Government departments, Parastatals, Municipalities, Non-Governmental Organisations, Civic Society Groups, Private and Public Corporations in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Swaziland, Lesotho, Malawi, Kenya (one institution), Tanzania, Mozambique Angola, Namibia.
The formation and incorporation of TAMADI was out of the genuine desire to see Africa develop and realize its development potential. It is a fact that economic and social development is dependent on prudent management, which is dependent on human capital development and training. Africa has a critical dearth in capacity training. This partly explains why development has been lethargic and unsustainable. Training, research and capacity building becomes the missing link. As a response to these and other problems TAMADI was formed.