Head Office: Sandton, South AfricaEmail: moc.liamg%40tfigelebul

Head Office: Sandton, South AfricaEmail: moc.liamg%40tfigelebul

Gift Lubele Services

For the past 6 years, Gift has started, failed, and learned from different projects he founded with enriched his knowledge about the circular Economy 

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Research 

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Strategy and action plan development

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Circular business model support

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Stakeholder engagement and report writing

What is Circular Economy

"A circular economy is a systemic approach to economic development designed to benefit businesses, society, and the environment. In contrast to the ‘take-make-waste’ linear model, a circular economy is regenerative by design and aims to gradually decouple growth from the consumption of finite resources. " - Ellen Macarthur foundation

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Gift Lubele's Circular Economy Journey 

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2015: Making clothes out of waste materials 

When I was in High school, my friends and I decided to start making clothes from waste materials found in our communities. The idea won the 2015 TeenPreneur Competition.

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2016: Plastic bag holding device

This is a plastic bag holding device that lessened the pain you get when holding heavy plastic bags. 

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2016: Home furniture from Waste (Tyres) 

I had partnered with amazing entrepreneurs, together we made chairs, tables, and other useful things out of disposed tyres.

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2017: Bags made from recycled billboards (PVC)

Recycling advertising billboards is costly for many brands, in 2017 we made a wide variety of corporate goodies which included bags, Panchos, etc. Through running this business, I managed to pay the first year of tuition fees.

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2018: Bicycles for the informal waste reclaimers 

For the informal waste re-claimers found in different parts of Africa, Asia and even America, logistics is a huge problem. These individuals carry and pull heavy loads of waste hence I tested the concept of creating a recycling bicycle. 

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2019: Kudoti (Building global participation in the circular Economy) 

Kudoti works across the value chain to build a truly circular economy
We work with companies to improve current supply chains for waste materials, from source to endpoint, as well as build new supply chains to ensure the continuous flow of materials, from waste to resource.