Meet Thobeska. She is from Mangwanani Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom located in uMhlanga, and below is her story. Hi! My name is Thobeka Madolwana, a young black woman who has always wanted nothing but the best in life. I completed matric in 2015, but because of financial issues, I couldn’t further my education. I then heard about Mangwanani − a company that focuses on empowering black women to achieve their dreams. In 2017, I
Meet Nozipho Ntuli, Assistant Trainer working at our training centre. She is an orphan, a single mom, but she does not allow anything to stop her and as with other staff rely on your support. This is her story: “Dear Mangwanani, this is Nozipho speaking. I would like to tell you the story of my life with Mangwanani. In 2014, I began working at Mangwanani as a therapist. I loved being a therapist, especially giving
We want to share the story from Jackina, from Mangwanani River Valley. Here is her story: My name is Jackina Ngwepe (41-years old), a Mangwanani employee. In September 2005, I took employment with Mangwanani when I was 23. Erin (the CEO) took me through my interview. I was nervous because this was my first job, two years after my matric. After the interview, I told Erin that every month I have to attend my hospital