About Us
Social Responsibility

About Us

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Come Alive is a Website Development house and ISP (National Internet Service Provider) that focuses on making the internet work for you. We believe that partnering with a strategic company that continually listens, understands your business needs and looks into the best viable way to represent you on the internet is key, and simply what we do best.

"Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive" - Howard Thurman.

Websites and Online Strategies have become a critical business tool. Not only are clients more informed, but have come to expect that you have your brand and/ or company products/ services at the touch of a button.

We run a highly motivated team, and focus our many resources on client support and ongoing research - the success of our business relies on the success of yours!

View our services, check out our portfolio or contact information to find out how we can help you!


Social Responsibility

With every good organisation there is a good heart...

A result from our success has always been the involvement with clients, staff and largely our focus on support.

It is with this involvement that Come Alive has undertaken a few projects and initiatives as part of our social responsibility policy with a focus to enhance, assist, improve and ensure success in the communities, organisations, projects and initiatives we are involved in.

 Nelson Mandela Legacy Project
 VEMA (Voluntary Emergency Medical Assistance)


Come Alive is recognised as a Level 4 B-BBEE rating. Our latest certificate is available below for download.

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Why BEE?

The legacy of apartheid has excluded the majority of South Africans from ownership and/or control of productive assets and resources as well as severely restricting the acquisition of advanced skills and generally the effective participation in the economy. Click the PDF image to download (size: 181kb)

Since the new democracy, Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) has been adopted as an initiative of the South African Government aimed at promoting economic transformation in order to enable meaningful participation of black people in the economy. 

The BEE Act of 2003 outlines the required targeted areas of development within the South African economy. These key development areas have measurable outcomes in ensuring a path to greater broad-based and effective economic participation, the right to equality, increased employment, more equitable income distribution, economic unity of the nation, equal opportunity and access to services and protection of the common market place.

In February 2007 the Codes of Good Practice on B-BBEE were gazetted and released in providing a clear and comprehensive framework for the measurement of broad-based BEE across all sectors of the economy. The Codes specifically set about defining the seven measurable scorecard elements of Ownership , Management, Employment Equity, Skills Development, Preferential Procurement, Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development.

Source: The South African Department of Trade and Industry http://bee.thedti.gov.za/01.htm


Manual prepared in accordance with section 51 of The Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (“the Act”).
The information listed in this manual is available from the Company by means of a request as prescribed in section 53 of the Act. Requests can be addressed to the Information Officer at the address and/or contact details as indicated in Paragraph 1. All request fees (if any), as prescribed in section 54 of the Act, must be paid to the Company before any request is processed.
The Company reserves the right to refuse information where it falls under a specified exemption as set out in Chapter 4 of the Act. (Ss 62-70).
Whilst the Company endeavors to ensure that the published information is accurate, complete and updated on a regular basis, no representation is made regarding the fitness of such information.

Paragraph 1
Section 51(1)(a) Required Information
Name of Body: Come Alive CC

Information Officer: Sheldon Marais
Telephone: +27 861 767 833
Facsimile: +27 866 885 737
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Physical Address:
5A Bristol House
8B Shongweni Road
Hillcrest, 3610
KwaZulu Natal

Postal Address:
PO Box 771
KwaZulu Natal

Telephone: +27 861 767 833
Website www.comealive.co.za

Paragraph 2
Section 51(1)(b) Required Information
A Guide has been compiled as required in terms of Section 10 of the Act by the Human Rights Commission.
The Guide contains information required by a person wishing to exercise any right, contemplated by PAIA. The Guide, in all of the official languages, is available at http://www.sahrc.org.za/home/index.php?ipkContentID=26&ipkMenuID=46.

Paragraph 3
Section 51(1)(c) Required Information
The Company holds the following information, which is available without a person having to request access in terms of the Act:
The Company’s web page http://www.comealive.co.zawhich is accessible to anyone who has access to the Internet, contains information relating to the areas of legal work in which the company specialises.
Paragraph 4
Section 51(1)(d) Required Information
Records are kept in accordance with the following legislation:
  1. Arbitration Act 42 of 1965
  2. Basic Conditions of Employment 75 of 1997
  3. Close Corporations Act 69 of 1984
  4. Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Health Diseases Act 130 of 1993
  5. Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008
  6. Copyright Act 98 of 1978
  7. Debtor Collectors Act 114 of 1998
  8. Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002
  9. Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998
  10. Income Tax Act 95 of 1967
  11. Intellectual Property Laws Amendments Act 38 of 1997
  12. Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995
  13. National Credit Act 34 of 2005
  14. Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993
  15. Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000
  16. Protection of Businesses Act 99 of 1978
  17. Skills Development Act 97 of 1998
  18. Skills Development Levies Act 9 of 1999
  19. Trade Marks Act 194 of 1993
  20. Unemployment Contributions Act 4 of 2002
  21. Unemployment Insurance Act 63 of 2001
  22. Value Added Tax Act 89 of 1991
Paragraph 5
Section 51(1)(e) Required Information
The Company also holds the following information:
  1. Attendance registers
  2. Correspondence
  3. Founding Documents
  4. Licences (categories)
  5. Minutes of Management Meetings
  6. Minutes of Staff Meetings
  7. Statutory Returns
  8. Conditions of Service
  9. Employee Records
  10. Employment Contracts
  11. Employment Equity Records
  12. General Correspondence
  13. Industrial and Labour Relations Records
  14. OBO The Head of Organisation
  15. 28 December 2011 Duly Authorised
  16. Performance Appraisals
  17. Personnel Guidelines, Policies and Procedures
  18. Remuneration Records and Policies
  19. Skills Requirements
  20. Statutory Records
  21. Brochures on Company Information
  22. Client and Customer Registry
  23. Contracts
  24. Information relating to Employee Sales Performance
  25. Information relating to Work-In-Progress
  26. Marketing and Future Strategies
  27. Marketing Records
  28. Production Records
  29. Sales Records
  30. Suppliers Registry
  31. Annual Financial Statements
  32. Asset Register
  33. Banking Records
  34. Budgets
  35. Financial Transactions
  36. Insurance Information
  37. Management Accounts
  38. Purchase and Order Information
  39. Stock Records
  40. Tax Records (company and employee)
  41. IT Policies and Procedures
  42. User Manuals

Manual prepared in accordance with section 51 of The Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (“the Act”). Please download the manual here.

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