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University of Mpumalanga

Team Motto: Great things have small beginnings.

Enactus in one word: Innovation

Active project: 2

The team’s biggest challenge from this year: They had difficulty with interact with project beneficiaries during level 5 Lockdown.

The team’s proudest moment of the year: When their project interventions restore hope in the community.

Social media presence:
Facebook: @Enactus University of Mpumalanga
Twitter: @EnactusUMP
Instagram: @EnactusUMP

Get to know us

Delight Ntsako Khoza is a 2nd year student studying towards a Bachelor of Development Studies. She is open-minded and eager to succeed. She joined Enactus in 2019 and values sowing the seed of change.

Best Enactus moment: She has had a wonderful experience in everything to do with Enactus, from having meetings to going on project site visits. However, she cannot forget how exhilarating the atmosphere at the 2019 EnactusZA National Competition was with all the teams presentations and celebration.

Who inspires me: “My parents are my inspiration, it is because of them that I know – not to give up and to do everything to the best of my abilities.”

In five years, I will be… “an owner of a construction company.”


Charles Ngwenya is currently a 3rd year student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Entomology) at the University of Mpumalanga. He joined Enactus in February 2019.

Best Enactus moment: This was attending his first National Competition in Johannesburg at the Sandton Convention Centre. He got the opportunity to learn more about how student leaders from across the country apply entrepreneurship to change the standard of living of marginalized communities. Furthermore, he networked with different business executives, academic professionals and university students who share the same values.

Who inspires me: He is inspired by the Faculty advisor, Dr Ferdinand Niyimbanira and Co-faculty advisor, Mr Themba Lukhele. They are always willingly to invest their time on students that shows potential to creatively develop solutions that tackle real-world challenges.

In five years, I will be… “a qualified agricultural scientist and an owner of a commercial poultry farm.”


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