Our Vision

Awakening Human Resources to realise economic potential through consulting services.

Our Mission Statement

To develop Human Resources by: Facilitating the establishment of collaborative relationships; Developing and applying outcomes based interventions; and, Enhancing the growth and development of client organisations.

We are a South African consultancy committed to the future of our country

Kusile Consulting Services, A 'New South African' Company

Kusile Consulting Services is a labour and management consultancy that is truly a reflection of the New South Africa. Our consultants and associates reflect the spectrum of race and gender in South Africa and are all professionals and highly skilled. Their collective experience spans State, Capital, Labour and Community.

Our team respect each other, operate in an ethical way and have obtained excellent reputations based on the quality of work and integrity of conduct. We operate a quality assurance system that ensures the continual realisation of our high standards

Our aim is to participate in the building of a South African economy that will provide opportunities for our children and their children, through enabling organisations to flourish, grow and create employment.

B Soc Sc.(Hons) B.PROC ALLP

Gavin matriculated while attending the Christian Brothers College in Pretoria. He graduated cum laude with an honours degree in 1988 from the University of Natal. He completed an advanced labour law programme, with distinction, and a law degree at the University of South Africa. He was admitted as an attorney of the High Court in 2000.He gained broad HR/IR experience in the mining industry having worked for Anglo American Gold Division for a number of years. His experience was furthered in the textile industries and years of consulting experience before establishing Povey Mulvenna and Associates.

As the managing director of our company, he heads our Information Services Division and specialises in labour law, industrial relations consulting and legal work. The industries which he has extensively covered are hospitality, chemical, distribution, mining, engineering, healthcare and packaging. Gavin excels in labour legislation interpretation, negotiations, mediation and conflict resolution.

Tanya joined KCS in early 2006 as a legal secretary and has been involved in the Industrial Relations field since her commencement working closely with Gavin Mulvenna.  Tanya became a Consultant in early 2008 and deals with chairing disciplinary enquiries, grievance hearings and appeal hearings.  Tanya also represents clients at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and other Statutory Resolution Bodies though processes like Conciliation's and Arbitration's.  Tanya is a training Facilitator in the Employment Relations field.

Tanya has completed four years of studying Labour and Employment Law and has obtained a Certificate and Diploma in Labour Relations specialising in Industrial Relations and Employment Law. Tanya has further completed an Advanced Labour Law Course though the Department of Mercantile Law at UNISA. Tanya also obtained her LLB Degree ('Legum Baccalaureus') in 2019.

Tanya’s interests outside of working hours are playing netball and she has captained her team for an outstanding seventeen successful seasons.  Tanya has been elected and played for the Super League teams and represented “The Benoni Bats” at a provincial level.

Fellow of ACCA (FCCA) and Fellow of IoDSA

John qualified as a Certified Accountant in 1980. He started his working career in 1969 with a firm of London stockbrokers before taking up professional qualifications whilst working in internal audit and management accounting with the London Transport Executive. Desirous of broadening his experience, he and his wife came to Zambia in 1979 where, as Management Accountant, he revitalised the costing systems and introduced performance management reporting. It was not long before John was brought to South Africa as Financial Accountant and Later Financial Manager to set up the full accounting, administration and personnel functions. In 1984 John moved to Mr Cupboard, where he became Financial Director of the retail division. The following year he joined a group of wholesalers, THUMB Management, as Operations Director. It was here, when negotiating with CAWUSA (now SACCAWU) over recognition of the union, that John acquired his interest in industrial relations and became a consultant in 1986. Since that time John has been involved in servicing the needs of clients in a broad range of industries.

Using his management experiences, John is able to advise clients in broader areas of management, finance and strategic planning. He uses customised wage models to determine the true cost of employment in wage negotiations. He was the architect of the first three year wage agreement of the modern era which has become the foundation of similar agreements in the motor and metal industries.

John adopts a practical approach to managing conflict which has minimised the extent of court action and arbitrations amongst clients. He has assisted with sensitive amalgamation processes in which organisations have successfully coped with the integration of personnel from different organisations. He enjoys training as the most effective medium to internalise skills in clients and to help develop mutual understanding of the perceptions and needs of the respective parties. John provides a variety of remuneration services, strategic planing in both HR and business. He has extensive experience in the design and development of qualifications and unit standards and holds ODETDP, assessor, moderator and verifier qualifications.

Petronella matriculated in 2003 at Tshebetso High School in Johannesburg South. Petronella has a certificate in Training and Development, Service Excellence, Health and Safety, Chairing Disciplinary Enquiries and Leadership Management. Petronella further obtained a Diploma in Human Resources Management with Oxbridge Academy. She has been in the HR and Skills Development industry for over 13 years from a clerical position to an Academy Manager.

Petronella is a product of Kusile’s own people development – she has recently rejoined the company and holds the portfolio for Training and Development. She consults for our HR Division focusing on assisting clients with B-BBEE Accreditation, Employment Equity, Skills Development and Training. She is a Skills Development Facilitator for many clients and manages our Training and Development Division.

Lauren matriculated with a distinction in 2000 from Windsor House Academy; a Business and Finishing School. From Grade 8 she served on the Finesse Committee and eventually became Chairlady of this Committee in Grade 12. This activity trained young ladies in leadership and organisational skills. She also participated in Public Speaking and won awards at the local Eisteddfod for her presentations.

In 1998 she was voted Miss Charisma by her teachers and peers where the main criteria were positive personality traits and leadership.

After matriculating, Lauren studied at Allenby Campus where she completed two years of Economics and also completed courses in Marketing; Business Communication; Business Law and Computer Studies. Her computer courses in Microsoft Word; Excel; Power Point and Publisher were passed with distinction.

During her time as a student, Lauren gained work experience at Truworths from 2001 to 2003. Even though she only worked on a part-time basis, she was promoted to Cash Desk Supervisor.

In 2004 Lauren embarked on her career as an assistant in a book keeping and tax consultancy firm. Then in 2005 she became a wage clerk for a labour broker. One year later she was promoted to Wage Co-Ordinator.

In 2008 Lauren joined Kusile Consulting Services and is now our Payroll Manager. She deals with the wages of approximately 500 weekly employees and an equal number of monthly employees. In addition to this she also holds the position of Quality Manager.