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Mendrew Moyane was employed to assist the Maintenance Team on 01 April 2010.
Mendrew’s home town is Lillydale Trust, near Hazyview, where he was raised with his four sisters. His parents are now pensioners, his father having retired from the Kruger National Park, where he was employed in the Maintenance Division. Mendrew has two sons, aged 21 and 17.
Nora Ngwenya was employed by Ingwelala on 04 February 1989 and has served the company loyally for the past 28 years.
Gladman Mathebula joined the Conservation Team on 05 July 2010 to assist with driving the tractors and 4-ton truck. Duties include road maintenance, veld rehabilitation, refuse removal to the local recycling plant and relief duty of water provision and care for hides and bomas.
Convey Mashabane was employed to Housekeeping on 01 February 2014. Prior to joining Ingwelala, Convey worked as a brand promoter at the Boxer Super Trade in Bushbuckridge.
Nelson Khoza, I am sure you agree needs no introduction! Nelson joined the Ingwelala Workshop team on 29 April 1996 and currently fills the role of Workshop Foreman. He is the most wanted man when ageing game viewers require mechanical attention and TLC.
Phylis Makhubele joined Ingwelala on 02 October 1992, when she was appointed to assist the grounds and swimming pool staff. A year later Phylis was transferred to Housekeeping where she plays an integral role with bungalow cleans.
Alfret Namane was born on 10 October 1956. His family home was in Bushbuckridge, and is one of six children, having three brothers and two sisters. On 12 November 1997, at 41 years of age, Alfret joined the Ingwelala Team as a tractor driver, a position he still holds today
This month we chat to Sandra Makhubele who was first employed at Ingwelala in February 1987. Sandra has been a loyal employee with 30 years’ service! Congratulations to Sandra, what a wonderful mile stone and achievement. Sandra is married to Solly Hlatswayo (also a sterling contribution of 25 years’ service!).
Moses Mzimba joined the conservation team at Ingwelala in January 1992, his first task was to drive a tractor and trailer in the camp to collect domestic refuse. Subsequently Moses was tasked with the responsibility of cleaning and maintaining the swimming pool and surrounding grounds.
This is Selinah Chiloane, who you will all recognise as the lady who assists you at the fuel forecourt with fuel, oils, spares from the stock room and any firewood/charcoal requirements.