Company Registration: 2005/088788/23
Madzindrwa Construction and Projects is a 100% black and female-owned community-based enterprise. Established in 2005 in the township of Verena in the Nkangala Region of the Mpumalanga province, the company is owned by Ms Clara Skosana, a highly dedicated and motivated woman with vast experience and basic skills in invasive Alien Plant Control and Maintenance.
The company is operating in the Tshwane area and has gained an outstanding reputation for managing small to medium-scale environmental conservation projects. Clara has coupled her skills with the the following certificates: Health and Safety; First Aid and Herbicide applicator. She is full time involved in the operation of the business.
Our benchmark is to take the entire market by storm with our high quality solution for the invasive alien species and plants. With the correct and deep understanding of the market, we have been successful in growing into a sustainable entity within a short period of time. Our solution is rooted in the bottom-up approach derived from the diverse cultures observed in our communities. We are mastering the structural challenges of resources and access by operating in the originally brutally volatile market and proud to be equal players.
The name “MADZINDRWA” refers to a big Elephant. The essence thus is that we are a small enterprise that can take on any challenge to succeed. Backed up by an extremely capable and diligent team with a history of work excellence, we always complete all our projects on time.
The company’s expertise has been recognized widely and it has won the consecutive contracts in the working for water programme, contributing towards social upliftment and sustainable conservation.
Most of our staff have been working for the company since its inception. They are our most valuable and strategic assets. Currently we employ 11 full time employees and 10 more during projects. We strive to source our staff from the communities we operate in. Our staff comprise of 60% women, 40% youth and 2% disabled.