Our Company

Ziyana Business Consulting and Training is a fully integrated solutions provider dedicated to consistently providing high customer satisfaction by rendering excellent service, and furnishing an enjoyable atmosphere at an acceptable price/ value relationship. We also maintain a friendly, fair, and creative work environment, which respects diversity, ideas, and hard work.
We are 100% black owned and majority black female owned. We are an accredited training provider with Services SETA being our primary SETA. We are affiliated with the SABPP as well as APSO.

Ziyana Business Consulting and Training is a people management solutions provider. Our business is people centered and solutions driven. As a solutions provider, Ziyana Business Consulting and Training goes beyond the call of duty to gain understanding of our client’s strategies, the markets in which they operate in and the skills they need to achieve their business objectives.

We assist organisations develop their employment value proposition (EVP). For SMMEs and organisations that lack HR capacity, we provide a holistic people management solution. For larger organisations, we assist the HR department with specific interventions whilst transferring skills, knowledge and experience, supported where necessary by formal training programmes.

About our Co-Founder and Managing Director

Nomazibulo Tshanga is a Co- Founder and Managing Director of Ziyana Business Consulting and Training, a consultancy company that assist small, medium and large organizations in building a value-based working environment, values and culture embedding and in designing and implementing the various organizational development interventions to align with the organization’s underlying values and culture. We also assist organizations develop their employment value proposition (EVP).
She’s passionate about gender transformation, accelerating the growth of women in leadership, entrepreneurship, mentorship and youth development. She has played a vital role in corporate by promoting women development and leadership. She co- founded a Non- Profit Organisation called ShePowers SA, which works with strategic partners to advocate women empowerment in Africa. This is by ensuring participation of women in economic structures of the society.
She holds a National Diploma and B Tech in Human Resources Management from the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth. With the passion for business, she furthered her studies through University of Cape Town – Graduate School of Business where she graduated for a Post Graduate in Business Administration. She also holds an Executive Development Programme from the Wits Business School.
She started her HR career 15 years ago. She was fortunate to be appointed at Coca- Cola SABCO as an HR Graduate immediately after she graduated. She later moved to Schaffler South Africa, Bidvest Facilities Management, CSIR and Bidvest Steiner.
She occupied senior HR roles throughout her career and at Bidvest Steiner she was an HR and Transformation Director. Her involvement was in formulation of HR Strategy, Change Management, Diversity Management, Organizational Development, Talent Management, Labour Relations, Recruitment, BBBEE Transformation and Training and Development. Nomazibulo also played an imperative role in building a Bidvest Facilities Management Training Academy. This was the rst of its kind in the Facilities Management Industry where her focus was mainly concentrated on building a pipeline for future leadership. At Bidvest Steiner, she offered strategic HR guidance to EXCO and Board of Directors.

In 2016, Nomazibulo was a nalist for the “HR Director of the year” and “HR Rising Star of the year” through TOPCO and Future of HR sponsored by Careers 24 and South African Board of People Practices (SABPP). She is registered as an HR Professional at South African Board of People Practices (SABPP) and a member of Black Management Forum (BMF) Young Professionals. Nomazibulo Tshanga is also accredited by APSO a professional recruitment body as an ISPr. Nomazibulo sits in the Ethics Committee of the SABPP. She is also a member and registered director by the Institute of Directors Southern Africa ( IODSA).