My Background

I am a consultant and entrepreneur who is task-oriented and results-driven. I also pay attention to details while working on building sustainable wealth. I'm enthusiastic in finding new innovative solutions using a combination of managerial and technical skills.

I'm also an avid investor in small ideas, keen reader and social activist who is enthusiastic in finding new opportunities. I'm a strategist who is systematic in approaching challenges. This exposure lead me to be interested in human interaction and to appreciate what the human mind is capable of achieving. Through my vast interaction with different people, I am always working on increasing my personal network.

It has became clear to me at an early stage of my life that I have the ability to spot opportunities which made me by nature, an


  1. defined as a person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems or effecting social change.

Favorite Quotes:

“A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other.”
― Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

If you just want to Walk Fast, Walk Alone! But if you want to Walk Far, Walk Together!

As an individual with a positive outlook towards my challenges, I'veembarked on the most interesting journeys in my life which I intend on documenting through my personal blog in order to assist future entrepreneurs. These are the glimpse of my trials and tribulationsbecause I believe that: "You must believe you are the best and then make sure that you are...".. I was once told that: "If you don't have enough money then you haven't helped enough people yet". The road to riches is paved with acquisition of specific knowledge.

My Work:
Entrepreneur, Technician & Consultant

Previous Position(s)

Executive Director | Dihlakanyane Trading (Pty) Ltd.
Cullinan, South Africa | February 2012 - April 2016
Director of Operations | Dithokeng Cleaning Services cc
Cullinan, South Africa | August 2006 - December 2007
Managing Director | Keyamo Management Solutions (Pty) Ltd.
Johannesburg, South Africa | April 2003 - November 2016
Managing Member | Mamphake Office Supplies cc
Rayton, South Africa | July 1999 - February 2017

Proprietor | Documan Consulting
Rayton, South Africa | 2012 - 2017

Current Occupation(s)

MEP Digital Systems (Pty) Ltd. | Executive Director
Rayton, South Africa | 2017 - Present

My company specializes in facility and infrastructure planning as well as implementation using smart technologies, i.e sensors, actuators and other digital instrumentation.

My Skill(s):
  • Managerial:
  • I manage infrastructure projects and provide digital implementation strategies using Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and Building Information Modelling (BIM). I do project estimates and evaluations, prepare bids as well as compile project programs. My consultancy service includes project planning, risk mitigation, evaluations, and presentations. I also prepare costing/estimates and condition reports. I supervise and manage processes as well as allocate resources and schedules. I do marketing, liaise with property developers and owners as well as assist in the development of new projects and improvement of existing products.

  • Technical:
  • I design infrastructure, prepare sketches, detailed drawings, and schematics using computer-aided draughting (CAD). I also design graphics in SketchUp and CoralDraw as well as provide supporting documentation. I program digital embedded systems in Python and Visual Basic. I design, install and configure smart infrastructure such as Fire protection, Security, Air-conditioning, Lighting and other digital control systems. I also design databases for modelling and urban planning using SQL server, including providing other support services. My main focus is in infrastructure planning, development and in providing sustainable solutions.

  • Conclusion - Managing my time is important to me. It is the only resource I can’t do anything to change. No matter who I am or how much money I make, there will still only be 24 hours in a day. For that reason I focus my energy on resources that I can easily reproduce and below you will find........

Saturday, November 7, 2015


 I’ve learned a lot in the years since starting my businesses; truthfully, I’ve learned more than I ever could have imagined. I’ve definitely learned more than I ever learned in university, or any class I’ve taken or at any previous educational institution I’ve attended but the lessons haven’t all just been about business, specifically (though I have learned a great deal about that as well). I’ve also learned a lot about myself – my strengths and weaknesses, my passions, my shortcomings, my ability to deal with failure, stress, pressure, rejection and competitors and even how to lead – and it has been (and will continue to be) a humbling journey.

And while I’m still learning, each and every single day, there’s one thing I know for certain. Connections are everything. EVERYTHING. Seriously, they are everything. If I hadn’t poured my heart and soul into creating a community that I would be proud to be a part of, I would have nothing to show for it. There would be no business. I have always been proud of my ability to put others first, to help others shine and provide opportunities or connections (or just a helping hand) whenever I can. And it’s not something I do for a return. It’s just something I do. It’s innate. It’s part of who I am. And no matter what happens, I’m never letting go of that piece of me.

No matter how many times somebody takes it for granted, insults me, belittles me or takes advantage of me, I’ll still go out of my way to connect people – to provide help, new opportunities, connections or even just to help broaden the network. So whatever you do out there, keep connecting and putting your best self forward. Don’t lash out or insult others, no matter what the circumstance might be. Don’t throw negative comments at somebody just to make them feel small, it doesn’t look good on you. Be kind. Be respectful. And work hard. And the rest will fall in place.....

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