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South African Business 2019 edition

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The 2019 edition of South African Business is the seventh edition of this annual guide to business and investment in South Africa. Regular pages cover all the main economic sectors of the South African economy and give a snapshot of each of the country’s provincial economies. Feature articles on topical issues such as Special Economic Zones and African trade provide unique insights, together with comprehensive overviews of critical economic sectors. Other special features focus on the exciting new possibilities in renewable energy, airports as engines of regional growth and the maritime sector as an entirely new prospect for South African entrepreneurs and businesses. South African Business is complemented by nine regional publications covering the business and investment environment in each of South Africa’s provinces. The e-book editions can be viewed at

PROFILE Mamli Projects

PROFILE Mamli Projects Experienced staff offer expert construction services. Objectives To expand our business coverage area in terms of rendering services. To render high-quality services, thus maintaining the good reputation of the company. To empower as many communities as possible, especially black communities, taking into consideration the youth in our region. To stimulate local and regional economic growth. Mamli Projects is a BBBEE Level 1 construction company providing services in building construction, renovations, alterations, paving, demolition and refurbishment. Mamli Projects is a broad-based black economic empowerment company, 100% owned by an indigenous woman, Josephine Mamlingaphi Nkosi. It strives to attain success through determination, focus and hard work, giving special attention to training of the unskilled youth, women, disabled people and the previously disadvantaged. Mission Mamli Projects strives to be a leader in providing value-added construction services to our clients by creating a successful partnership with them throughout the construction process. Our pledge is to establish lasting relationships with our clients by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust through exceptional performance. Vision Our goal is to become the preferred company for construction in both the public and private sectors through diligent commitment and to provide self-sustainability to all our employees. Our services The company has extensive experience in providing expert building services on a wide range of demolition, construction and refurbishment projects across all sectors of the industry: • building construction • renovations and alterations • paving. Equipment To enable our experienced workforce to do quality work, good equipment and tools have been acquired over the years. This includes six bakkies, a six-ton Toyota truck, two soil compactors, five generators, two dumpy levels and a V-Tec trailer. We also use a roller, scaffolding, a Bobcat JCB155, a Bomag Single Drum VIB Roller BW55E, Bomag Vibrating Plates BT65/4, a Bomag Double Drum Roller and a Bomag Stroke Tamper BVP18/4. SOUTH AFRICAN BUSINESS 2019 104

PROFILE Completed projects Some of the projects completed by Mamli Projects for the Department of Public Works include the construction of MC Zitha Combined School at Masibekela, the erection of palisade fencing and water supply at Soshanguve High School, the construction of 19 VIP toilets at Mgubho Primary School and the construction of six water-borne toilets at Engwenyameni Primary School. Other projects and clients include the construction of Thembisile Fire Station at Tweetfontein (Nkangala District Municipality), construction of an animal clinic at Casteel Bushbuckridge and the renovation of the Lowveld Agricultural College (Mpumalanga Department of Agriculture) and the renovation of chalets in the Kruger National Park (SANParks). For the National Department of Public Works, Mamli Projects worked for five years on the maintenance and servicing of buildings, civil mechanical, electrical infrastructure and installation at the Lebombo Port of Entry. Current projects Three current projects show Mamli’s versatility: Project Client Value Engineers Construction of Bhambanana campus Department of Higher Education R167.4-million Hector Makgatho of Umfolozi TVET College and Training Installation of generator sets at police station Department of Public Works R4.1-million AES Consulting Installation and upgrade of kitchen equipment at military base Department of Public Works R2.4-million Seabo Consulting Engineers CONTACT DETAILS Contact person: Mamlingaphi Josephine Nkosi Physical address: 189 Schoemansdal, Shongwe Mission 1331 Postal address: PO Box 861, Shongwe Mission 1331 Tel: +27 13 781 0702 | Fax: 27 13 781 0701 Fax 2 email: 086 514 5811 | Email: Website: | Company registration: 2013/175770/07 105 SOUTH AFRICAN BUSINESS 2019

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