Company Registration: 2011/140865/07
Tivumbeni Construction (Pty) Ltd is a 100% Black community based company. It was established in 2011 by Ms Grace Chauke. The company contributes to the development of areas around its place of operations in Pretoria through social upliftment and environmental awareness programmes which it runs from time to time.
We offer sustainable environmental management solutions specializing in the Terrestrial sector. Our invasive alien plant control methods comply with the health and environmental regulations.
Ms Grace Chauke is a renowned social entrepreneur around her Pretoria. she always had a passion to contribute to natural conservation hence she pounced on the opportunity to participate in the Working for Water programme in late 2012. She then decided to start her own company in which she is preserving the environment and provide job opportunities to the community in particular the most underprivileged. she has gained vast experience in the field. She has a great sense of humour and a touch personality and is highly self-motivated and result-driven. she always invests in team building and hard work to get positive results. she is always an inspiration to the community she lives in.
Ms Grace Chauke increased its capacity with the equipment funded by the Gauteng Enterprise Propeller through the Community Fund programme, making it possible to tap into new opportunities. With the support we get from the agency, our marketing approach is better after receiving the much needed marketing tools and the basic Sales and Marketing and Bookkeeping and Accounting Skills training. She is coupling the skills with her vast experience in the field and also has completed the First Aid and Herbicide Applicator courses. The skills will help the company to deliver and realize its objectives and vision effectively and efficiently.
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.