The lives we
have touched

Our success stories

Over our 35 years of existence Ntataise Lowveld had the privilege to play a pivotal role in so many children and young people’s lives across all walks of life.

Through the work we’ve done we have seen and heard so many inspiring stories of the people’s lives we touched. Now we want to give them the platform to share their stories.

Eden Mabila

I have worked for Thembumelusi educare centre for six years, since 13 august 2014...

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Sybil Mthethwa

My name is Sybil Mthethwa, I am 41 years old, and I come from a small village called Mgobodzi...

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Nompumelelo Nkosi

I live at Newskom trust. In 2007 I joined Ntataise Lowveld...

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May Hlatshwayo

Born in 14 May 1965 at a small trust called Langeloop...

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Nompumelelo Maluka

Before I got to know and interact with Ntataise Lowveld, I made a living selling second- hand clothes...

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Tell us your story

At Ntataise Lowveld we strive to develop the skills and develpment of the people around us. If you have a story on how we touched your or someone you knows life please let us know.

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Our humble beginning

Ntataise Lowveld Trust was established in 1986 as a mentee of Ntataise Trust, Viljoenskroon. The initial aim was to alleviate mothers who worked on the farm with babies on their backs. Through greater research, collaboration and partnership with other farm owners such as Ntataise Trust Viljoenskroon, this saw the formation of farm creches and later expanded to include community pre-schools.

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Big or small, your donation helps us to change the lives of others

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Our programmes

We are an Accredited Training Provider, delivering training and support in the field of Early Childhood Development. See the programmes we offer.

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Provide a helping hand

For some, it offers the chance to give back to their community or make a difference in the lives of people around them.

For others, it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing capabilities. Regardless of the motivation, we appreciate each and every helping hand.

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