The National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa was established as a non-profit institute for education in terms of the Companies Act (1973) and is listed as a schedule 3A public entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act (1999).
NEMISA derives its mandate from the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) which was formed subsequent to the merger of the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS) and the Department of Communication.
A world class innovative skills institute to ensure an empowered South African citizenry with 4IR capabilities
To provide national digital skills training for the proper use of technology, in order to improve the quality of live of all people in South Africa
Agility: NEMISA upholds a principle of flexibility, adapting to accelerating changes without losing our identity.
Collaboration: We believe in the power of working across multiple organisations, individuals and constituencies in order to co-create ideas and innovations that will improve our human capital through partnerships that work.
We espouse values of inter programme collaboration so that we create a united workforce that will sustain the organisation throughout communication as a strong vehicle.
Integrity: NEMISA strives to be the epitome of honesty through sound, moral and ethical principles that all employees will uphold in our dealings with a variety of stakeholders.
Professionalism: In everything we do we strive to maintain a professional etiquette when dealing with our stakeholders.
Commitment to excellence: We are committed to excellence, to always providing value to our customers, partners and stakeholders. We set and achieve ambitious goals, we pursue high expectations, innovate by trying new ways of doing things and model a positive example.