• Southern Africa University Faculty of Education

    Swaziland | In action since 2010

Project Highlights:

Team Profile:

Students involved

Past WC appearances

Faculty advisor(s):
Mrs. Busi Shongwe, Mr. David Dlamini and Ms. Busi Simelane

Our proudest moment of the past year:
“Winning the MTN Swaziland Technovation Invention Challenge for our project ‘Find My Child,’ a chip that can be used to locate lost kids from cell phones.”

Biggest challenge from the past year:
“Financial restraints. To solve this challenge, we held fundraisers and operated a tuckshop and created subscriptions for membership.”

Team described in one word:

Get to Know Us:

Through an orientation at her university two years ago, Phendulile found her place on her Enactus team. An education in languages major set to graduate in 2019, she serves as the operations manager. Phendulile created a democratic strategy that can be used during team meetings to help work through differing opinions of her teammates.


More about Phendulile:

  • What I’m reading: “Conversations with God” by Neale Donald Walsch
  • Theme song: “I Was Here” by Beyoncé
  • Who inspires me: Oprah Winfrey
  • Enactus in one word:  Unpredictable.
  • Best Enactus moment: “Winning the National Competition in 2018.”
  • In five years, I will be… “owning my own company.”

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Lindokuhle joined our Enactus Swaziland team two years ago after learning about the program at his university’s orientation. He serves as the Chief Executive officer on his team and prides himself on always being available. “I’m gaining entrepreneurial skills and building a reputation and network,” says Lindokuhle, an education major planning to graduate in 2019.


More about Lindokuhle:

  • What I’m reading: “Positive Thinking” by Norman Vincent Peale
  • Theme song: “Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson
  • Who inspires me: Steve Jobs
  • Enactus in one word: Rollercoaster.
  • Best Enactus moment: “Winning our National Competition in 2018.”
  • In five years, I will be… “a businessman.”

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