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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.
Moses was born at Ndlopfu in 1967, his home is now in Acornhoek. He and his wife have five children, two boys and three girls. The children birth years are 1988, 1992, 2001, 2005 and 2008. Moses completed Sub B schooling.
When asking Moses what he likes most about Ingwelala, he replied he loves his job, and he enjoys the new swimming pool that was built after the 2012 floods. Moses takes tremendous pride in keeping the swimming pool sparkling with the assistance of work colleague Timothy.
Moses shared that his favourate wild animal is a lion, because when the lions are on Ingwelala, people rush to see the lions, therefore a lion is a special draw card with plenty influence.
Moses holds the opinion that the base salary for General Assistants is too low, and wishes this will improve in future.
by John Llewellyn