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Walter Sisulu University

Team Motto: To develop ourselves while lifting our communities.

Enactus in one word: Development

Active project: 3

The team’s biggest challenge from this year: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the team had to put some of their plans on hold until the lockdown eased.

The team’s proudest moment of the year: It was when they advanced to stage 2 of the 2019-2020 Unilever Enactus Plastic Waste & Packaging Challenge, and selected to compete in the very first Virtual National Competition.

Social media presence:
Facebook: @Enactus Walter Sisulu University
Twitter: @enactus_WSU
Instagram: @enactus_wsu

Get to know us

Phindile Siyasanga Shinga is a postgraduate student studying towards his Masters of Science in Geography. He holds two degrees; Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and Bachelor of Science Honours in Geography. He is a lover of nature, a geographer, and an environmentalist. He joined Enactus as a first year student in 2015. He is the former Secretary of Enactus WSU, Mthatha Campus and the currently serves as the Projects Coordinator.

Best Enactus moment: : This would be the tears of joy that they see each and every year on their project beneficiaries faces, and the second best would be when his team made it to semi-finals of the 2019 EnactusZA National Competition.

Who inspires me: “I am inspired by a lot of people, but if I were to name one person, it would be my very best friend, my brother from another mother, Luvo Gugwana, former Enactus DUT President.”

In five years, I will be… “a PhD student.”


Unathi Brian Nonqondo is a former project officer of Enactus WSU, Mthatha Campus and the currently serves as the Deputy President. He is pursuing his Honours in BCom Business Management. He also joined Enactus during his first year at university which was in 2016.

Best Enactus moment: His best moment was and still is seeing the joy on the faces of all their project beneficiaries.

Who inspires me: “I am inspired the CEO and Country Leader of Enactus South Africa, Letitia de Wet.”

In five years, I will be… “a well-recognized CEO of Branolo Cooprative, a company that I recently initiated through the inspiration of Enactus WSU.”


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