Welcome to Mandlethu

If Africa is to achieve political and economic stability, exercises in infrastructure building are imperative. Only by stimulating economic growth can true improvements to the quality of people's lives be made. Together, business and governments throughout Africa have to focus their attention on:

  • Optimising natural resources
  • Creating opportunities for entrepreneurs
  • Attracting the full spectrum of private sector investment
"African solutions in an African context " This is the field of Endeavour of Mandlethu Africa. Mandlethu Africa Group's operations cover a full range of economic activity in the following sectors:
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Property Development
  • Civil Engineering Construction
  • Mining Exploration
  • Logistics
Within the abovementioned context we strive to build strong and mutually beneficial partnerships and meaningful engagement with local communities and Government in each of the countries in which we operate. In addition, we are committed to fulfilling our economic, environmental and social responsibilities while conducting business. In short we aim to be the preferred company to do business with and to work for.

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    Mandlethu Group
    31 Boston Road
    Austerville
    Durban
    4052

    Telephone: +27 31 461 3609
    Fax: +27 31 461 4456